Could anyone tell me what this says?
Oh, I am sure someone can, but I don’t know that it is necessary.
This was not in my spam folder on WordPress. It was one of many emails I received that I chose to read on my way to the ocean. The others were in English, and though I don’t know if I could find them, I do know the general gist. Either a woman has money she wants to bestow upon me in order that I can help the poor, or someone wants to come live in my house and they will pay me as long as I give them shelter in the good old USA.
Because of the wonderful Google I can translate this on my own. Let’s see what wonderful offer I am getting. Maybe someone wants to send me a boat full of gold and gems. I would keep it on the river and it wouldn’t mess up my already hoarder filled house.
First thing I learned was it is Chinese. I wasn’t sure because it could have been Japanese. It’s all Asian to me. *I knew it wasn’t Greek so I didn’t use the old adage, it’s all Greek to me.
I know it starts with Please fill out form. What form? Probably some attachment that will send me a virus or somehow gather all my pertinent information that is best kept in my lingerie drawer. Don’t even think about peaking into my lingerie drawer, my dear reader – (you know who you are), it isn’t that exciting.
Yep, the next part is actually a link to a form. I know because the translation says google docs/ but I am not going to open it. Of course I am not, I have already deleted it after copying it – no virus copied, not even zika.
The content area is translated as:
You can try your old customers are searching on the Internet , you can search to find. Faced with millions of customers on google , you knowing where to start , manual search volume, mixed too much data , manual screening workload and low efficiency .
Our system can automatically filter your unwanted information and automatically extract mailbox to automatically send one development of the letter .
Increase your 200% efficiency, it can be said to be a complete smart customers to develop robots.
I wonder if this new tool would help keep me from getting messages from the person/computer/alien that sent this message to me. Highly doubtful.
Also, I wonder why I want my customers to develop robots. I thought I just wanted people to read my book. What was I thinking? I must figure out what kind of robots my customers most prefer to develop. Probably reading robots, but one can never be too sure with these things.
It actually ends with:
Now you are invited to experience your product does not have the same way of customer development Penguin No. Q 343086184
Huh? I think something was lost in translation. Maybe if I develop a reading robot, I also need a thinking robot. That will be quite a task. Oh, wait, my customers are developing these robots, I don’t need to stress about it.
Now, back to the day I first read this. I think it would be more accurate to say first saw this as I could not read it in the car…..
I know the easiest thing to do would be to delete these messages, but because I was in the confines of our car with just my human, I decided to read them to him. I thought they were all hysterical, with the obvious exception of the one pictured because I had no idea what it says. Well, yes, it is quite comical as I was sure it requested a response of some kind.
What was simply me laughing at the requests made of me as a random person, became a tear jerking hysteria of laughter. You see, my human is quite comical and he came up with all kinds of responses that I can’t really remember, and probably shouldn’t share in the interest of staying G rated.
When I told him about this email, he couldn’t look at it as his eyes were on the road and he is a careful driver, he told me what he thought it might say. No, I don’t remember, but trust me it was funny.
Now that I have translated it, I am quite disappointed. Oh well, maybe my next foreign language spam will be more interesting. I’ll let you know.