Author of contemporary urban thrillers, freelance editor, mentor and creative writing tutor.
When you google them they all come up in a blog post by that mad author Debi Alper called 'A Pointless Question'.
Nothing at all.
... they were all in that Bar scene in Star Wars??
They are all anagrams - what of, I have no idea.
The bar scene in Star Wars. That has to be it...
Not even close.Here's a clue:They've all taken a recent unhealthy (though inaccurate) interest in my love life recently.
You have a lover called Bounthiang? Doesn't exactly roll of the tongue!
They would all be a points extravaganza if they were to be used in a game os Scrabble?
Ooh, are they all fake names that appear in your email inbox?(that's my guess based on your hint)
damn, moontopples beat me to it!
So they still might be anagrams:Talk at clover...(This one's Irish obviously)
Are they brand names for flavoured condoms... Anagrams of stalkers...Gutter press looking for a hot story on hot writer Debi Alper...I give up!
Moon Topples - you da man!Thanks to these people my penis is now at it's maximum ...Anyone know how they come up with these names?
How cool - a large penis. I am being spammed by some medical firms at the moment - they are getting desperate and going through every name that was ever dreamt.I also enjoy the google ads that appear beside my mails - taken from random words in a mail. Maybe we should write a book?Have you slept with Bounthiang yet?
Man, that Bounthiang is HOT!Hey guys, can you advise me please? How do I keep from tripping over this thing? So far all I've managed is to to throw it over one shoulder but it keeps slipping ...
Debi, I guess you must have got the "Soon, You'll Be So Big, You'll Make Every Girl Scream" message. :-DOh well, perhaps I can use the winnings from all the lotteries I've won to help you out. ;-)As for the names, I think they have software that grabs names, from any country, or whatever it thinks might be names, then mixes and matches them.
haha.spam is hilarious. i don't see how they think writing a story involving both spinach and gentitalia is goign to get anyone to buy their products.
Tuck it in yer sock.
they're not so very clever are they, though. cos none of them really sounds like a real name and you'd probably delete a message from them in your inbox (oo-er missus) even without the promise of penis enlargement. (mind you, an editor called 'thalia proctor' emailed me out of the blue about page proofs or something, and i nearly deleted her too. and i understand there's a woman called 'olivia graham' who's messages go straight into most people's spam) x
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