This has nothing to do with Polaroid especially, and it will be old news to those of you who have your own blogs. It is, however, an interesting discovery I’ve made since Polaroidland opened for business at the beginning of this year: the sheer number of robot-generated spam comments that get posted to this site every day. (I dispose of them before they appear on the site.) At least some of them are wonderful in the way that only Google Translate can make them. (Especially the weird anti-compliments: “You actually understand what you’re speaking approximately!“) A little found poetry, assembled from a list I’ve been keeping:
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