Spam of the month

Running a website brings special joys, such as a large amount of spam, and email from psychos across the globe. Today, your correspondent received this from a person identifying himself as Nhut Nguyen:


You are actually a jankee male whore.

You should go home as soon as possible.

Any questions?

No, no questions.

There are currently 10 Comments for Spam of the month.

Comments on Spam of the month

What a nice chap.

However, you must agree, Jeremy, that the guy has a point.

When Naughty meets Naive...

I think he means Yankee male whore. I also have no questions, apart from the typo, it's pretty clear!

Whoa, I got that same e-mail! Except I don't think I was called "Jery." No joke.


Are you sure "Jankee Male Whore" isn't a brand of Chinese toothpaste?

Doesn't "Yankee" supposedly derive from the Dutch "Jan Kees"?

Hang on a minute!

I am the only Jankee Male Whore in this village...

I sense that I am missing a joke here Anon, but I heard "Yankee" derived from a Native American pronunciation of "the English" as something like "Yingees."

Not sure if it means a new trend is afoot, but after 8+ years of having a China-related site online, it received its first China-hating type Contact page message just today, which reads:

Name: The KKK (
How you found us: None Of Yo Damn bisiness
Country: America Bitch
Message: Fuck dis website yall are sum asses and fuck the chinese

And who says Amur'kuns aren't passionate about world affairs anymore?...(though for some reason I picture a 13-year old in Arkansas some such personage on the other end of the communique).

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