You’ll Pauperism This Interview, And That’s No Brussels!

May 23, 2012


I’ve been feeling reflective lately as I close in on a note-worthy number for subscribers here, leaving me thinking about the evolution and state of the Byronic Man as a site, and wanting to find ways to show my appreciation.  As part of contemplating this little community, I thought it might be fun to select a subscriber at random and get to know them a little better, and – by extension – let you get to know them.  So, please enjoy my interview here with, um, SxyShoozCheapPharmacy.

First off, I just want you to know how much I appreciate you subscribing.  How, may I ask, did you come across my site?

I’m watching you, Brussels. I don’t know why, but I am.

Hi there, just turned into aware of your blog through Google, and located that it is truly informative. I am going to watch out for Brussels. I will appreciate if you happen to continue this in future. Many folks might be benefited out of your writing.

Oh.  Okay.  Thanks. I think many folks might be benefited out of you, too.  And you’re from Brussels?

Lucky me I found your website accidentally, and I am stunned why this coincidence didn’t came about in advance! I bookmarked it.

We’ll just assume you’re from Brussels.  That’s nice of you to bookmark me – I think subscribing is probably ample, though.  So, tell us a little about yourself.  What do you do for a living?

Thats some nice informationI would like to read more about it. computer repair computer repair computer repair computer repair repair pc web seo services

What was it you said you did? Something with computers? Don’t be shy.

Wow, you seem very enthusiastic about your work!   That’s always nice to see.  You don’t meet a lot of people so excited about work.  What about leisure time?  What kinds of things do you enjoy?

I pauperism to start to all a immense movie. Induct debate about it. Tumble to it on [url=http:/]show site.

“Shopperism”?  “Fopperism”? I don’t see a lot of hip-hop being done about Fops and paupers, though. Not very ‘street.’

You… pauperism?  Is that slang?  I might be getting kind of out of it.  That’s cool, though.  Is it hip-hop?  I don’t know what would rhyme with “pauperism.”  I always thought “Fie” should make a comeback.  You know in Shakespeare when people say “Fie upon you, Iago!” or whatever?  People could say, “Say what?  Have lunch at Arby’s?  Fie on that!”  Wouldn’t that be cool?

Definitely imagine that that you said. Your favourite reason appeared to be at the web the easiest factor to take note of. I say to you, I certainly get irked even as other folks consider worries that they plainly do not know about. You managed to hit the nail upon the highest as smartly as outlined out the whole thing with no need side-effects, folks could take a signal.

If everyone just took five minutes out of their day to take a signal, imagine the difference we could make.

They sure could.  Folks… folks could take a signal.  You’re preaching to the choir on that one.  Ha.  Yep.  So… Have you discovered any other blogs you like through my site?

Aw, this was a very nice post. In thought I want to put in writing like this additionally – taking time and precise effort to make a very good article… but what can I say… I procrastinate alot and not at all seem to get one thing done.
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I’m sorry, I don’t quite follow you.  Uh, what I’m wondering is –

Hello my family member! I want to say that this article is amazing, great written and include approximately all important infos.

Okay, fine, yes, thanks.  But it’s almost like you’re not listening to—

Disgrace! Disgrace on the search engines! Fie on them!

That is the type of info that are meant to be shared around the net. Disgrace on the search engines for not positioning this publish higher! Come on over and consult with my site . Thank you =)

Um. Yes.  Thank you, too.  Let’s call it good there, shall we?

I hope everyone has enjoyed getting to know SxyShoozCheapPharmacy.  Thanks to this wonderful subscriber, but – most of all –  thanks to all of you for making this site what it is, and hopefully what it will be.  I’ve met some amazing people here, and it’s been a lot of fun thus far.


(p.s. Yes, these are all real comments currently sitting in my spam folder)

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34 Comments on “You’ll Pauperism This Interview, And That’s No Brussels!”

  1. Gow Says:

    OK, I’m only on my first cup coffee, but . . . . eerrrr . . . uumm . . . yeah, I think that the good infos are a big shame to the interwebs engine. I think we cal all agree to that, yes? Either that or I’m in desperate need of some computer repair computer repair computer repair computer repair computer repair.


  2. She's a Maineiac Says:

    Damn, you get all the good subscribers. Well fie on you, B-man!

    Will you be throwing a huge party for your 1,000th? Any prizes involved? Free Via$ra?


    • The Byronic Man Says:

      I’m not sure what to do for it. I thought about doing the random interview (which got me worrying about where that could end up… which ended up here). Maybe something with prizes. Probably no viagra. I might be able to hook you up with an exiled Nigerian prince in need of assistance, though.


  3. Elyse Says:

    I don’t understand why you’ve given this guy special treatment B. I mean, isn’t there a little of him in all our comments? Especially in the evening after the second bottle.


  4. becomingcliche Says:

    You definitely hit the nail upon the highest.

    I’m sure pauperism is covered by Urban Dictionary. I am equally sure that, like 99% of the other entries, it has something to do with sex. Or lack thereof.

    I’m not getting email notifications from WordPress, so I’m missing posts from lots of blogs that I follow. Trying to catch up.


    • The Byronic Man Says:

      There definitely seem to be some glitches in the system at the moment. WordPress does so many things well I’m trying not to get too irked about it… but it’s not easy. I still think WP is totally pauperism, though.


  5. Michael Says:

    I am relieved to know that I’m not the only one who gets irked as other folks consider worries that they plainly do not know about. It’s a problem.


  6. Michelle Gillies Says:

    You’ve got to love the spam folder. I may not get many readers but I get good spam.


  7. MJ, Nonstepmom Says:

    Brilliant, Only you are capable of putting together an interview with Sapmalot !
    In the future, please put a “3 cup of coffee minimum required” disclaimer at the beginning of this type of post…..I was almost half through it thinking “wow, talk about typos…..” before I figured it out …..


  8. Life in the Boomer Lane Says:

    Seriously brilliant. Freshly Pressed material. Pulitzer Prize, even. You have taken the drivel we all get and turned it into high art. I am genuflecting in your direction, Sir.


  9. Valentine Logar Says:

    Well I don’t know, that whole Via$ra thing looks pretty interesting, maybe we could send it to Rush?


    • The Byronic Man Says:

      I always wonder what the dollar sign is supposed to accomplish. Is the idea that people will think that as soon as that erectile dysfunction is under control the cash is going to real start rolling in? Because their understanding of economics might be wobbly.


  10. Roshni Says:

    I get the same comments, too. From a different ‘person’, though. 😛 Loved your post, anyway. Hilarious!


    • The Byronic Man Says:

      It’s weird how many people find my blog by accident and love my material, but have sage advice on how I might make my blog easier to find. The internet: full of do-gooders.


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  12. they still let me vote Says:

    Another excellent post BUT…looks like it IS just me that gets the “penis enlargement” e-mails…I had REALLY hoped they WERE random….


  13. crubin Says:

    Great way to spoof the spam. Loved it! And I believe I’ve got Brussels man following me too. 🙂


  14. susielindau Says:

    SxyShoozCheapPharmacy is one of my subscribers too! He must have clicked on my avatar! Too funny! Are you getting close to 1000?


  15. Audrey Says:

    Sounds like you’ve made a friend for life now! Or at the very least you now have a dealer for Cialis and Viagra.


  16. Howlin' Mad Heather Says:

    How’d you manage to steal away one of my favorite subscribers? Either that or he/she has Multiple Personality Disorder. Hmm….


  17. gojulesgo Says:

    Ha! I’ve been keeping an eye on your impressive subscriber number so that I could be the FIRST to congratulate you on a thousand followers. And then you could congratulate me on being the first to congratulate you and see? I had the whole thing planned out.

    It seems like the most common spam comment includes something about ‘how informative the article’ is, right? I’m always like, “There’s your FIRST clue. Calling anything *I* write an ‘article.'” I’ll be sure to keep a closer eye on Brussels from now on.


  18. Lenore Diane Says:

    See?! Spam makes everything better!


  19. Nicole Says:

    This inspired me to check my spam and see nothing noteworthy there… I’m glad that you can make something enjoyable out of your spam ads for Viagra.


  20. mj monaghan Says:

    B-Man, that had me rolling. I’ve read those spam comments – look just like the ones in my folder – and thought very similar things as you wrote. Even had the same fictitious type convos in my head.

    This was really funny, my friend.


  21. pegoleg Says:

    Bravo! This post hit the nail upon the highest for sure, and I don’t often say that – smartly or otherwise.

    Congrats on the approaching milestone. It just shows the blogosphere is finally getting jiggy with the wonders of The Byronic Man (if you get my pauperism.)


  22. Maggie O'C Says:

    this should be Freshly Pressed. Was this Freshly Pressed? It should be.


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