Among the messages I receive via this site’s contact form, I was thrilled to see a letter that began thusly:
I stumbled upon your site today and was quite impressed. I really liked the design. Did you make it yourself?
Yes, Jennifer, I did. I made it myself. How kind of you to inquire.
The note then went on to inform me about a non-profit library website similar to Bartleby, “except its far better organized and user friendly.”
The grammatically daft “its” is key to making the message seem like it was written by an average person and not by an internet marketer.
I love the smell of guestbook spam in the morning.