I have a superb email spam-filter which I quickly scan every morning--just in case it caught something that it shouldn't. It rarely happens. These days most spammers identify themselves with their absurd subject lines.
Many are good for a giggle:
-Come, come, Lord Mortimer
-For two months of the year preparations are carried out for the grandiose military parades, and the roar of tank engines can be heard on the airfield.
-The man came soon after Ivan's breakfast
-Matter is woven with motion
-A vast, splendid embassy behind high walls
-The wagons aren't as much work, because you can only load it, and then when you get to where it's going, you unload it.
-We stayed at first in ranch house and would drive in in the morning.
-Wolf Larsen was apprehensive.
-You can delete it, but theres no need to.
-Nonsensical or hysterical responses will be either ignored or publically displayed.
Who crafts these literary gems designed so artfully to entice the recipient into opening them?
I picture Borat on acid.
If you have any good ones please share.