They seem to fall into three groups
anonymous 1 – who isn’t, but is a friend [like Lynne] who doesn’t blog, and posts [signed]comments.
fine, publish, thank you friend!
anonymous 2 – the trolls who take delight in negative remarks
delete, forget, move on
anonymous 3 – the apparently pleasant comment, but really it is a spammy link to some other spurious website
delete immediately, move on
And just lately anon 3 really seems to have gone into overdrive. I really do not want to send links to rattan furniture, plastic jewellery, or bizarre political groups.
As far as I am concerned, Spam is best consigned to the bin. Unless you are using it to make fritters that is.
But in my opinion, at £1.59 a can, it is no longer a cheap meal option [and it needs too much ‘tarting up’ to make it palateable]
Here’s a Spam song for you…