You know me, I love a good spam message. Let’s look at today’s entry:

My name is Emma, I was referred over to your company by a blogger that wrote a Book review about one of your books. Does your company offer books to many bloggers to review?

I am just blown away by the research you did before contacting me, Emma. I started swooning when you referred to it as “your company” but then when you busted out such amazing specifics as “a blogger” and “one of your books” I knew I was dealing with a true professional.

But as endearing as Emma’s vague pitch was, I was going to pass when I accidentally clicked on the link and saw this.

Mommy?

Mommy?

The categories seem so normal apart from one entry that really sort of jumps out at you. I refer, of course, to the one where they are selling Mommy. As you can tell from the other products below, it’s a train wreck of a site, but I will confess to having been totally freaked out when I saw that item on the list. I felt like the site was talking to me or something, pleading for it’s mother. Or maybe I’m just slowly descending into madness. Your call.

I think someone should probably buy me some of that “You Are Talented” tea because it would really help me give me the confidence to get through the final stretch of┬áthis play revision I’m in the middle of…