On Monday, I was scrolling through my spam box to make sure I didn’t lose anyone’s comment during D-Blog Check day. I didn’t, thankfully, but I did spot this absolutely amazing spam comment that I just had to share. It’s not often that I get a spam comment that is hilariously ridiculous yet full of truth. But occasionally it does happen. When I saw this comment, I just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share it with all of you. The imagery is priceless.
The comment was in response to Desperately Seeking Diabetics:
“I can’t wait for the book to come out. I struggle with insurance claim issues on a regular basis. A little help would be appreciated.
First, I have discovered that neither myself or my doctor is in charge of my health. Who is in charge? So far, it seems there is an infinitely large pack of hamsters who live in my blackberry and they change their names often and deny responsibility when they say no. No this, no that, it is not my fault, you must deal with it alone. It all becomes too predictable when insurance adjusters have the final say.
Well, enough of that. I truly want to brighten my day and pick up a few new tips and tricks. Any suggestions?”
I don’t think I could have chosen a better description for insurance companies than “a large pack of hamster” who “change their names often and deny responsibility when they say no.” It’s rather brilliant and real for being a totally fake comment.