the delightful spammer

In the past few months, I’ve been receiving quite a number of email forwards from a certain person. I don’t recognize the name nor the email address of the sender, and I have no idea how he managed to scrounge up my email address, but one day the email forwards just started coming and never stopped since. MYSTERIOUSNESS!

Like most everyone else, I usually don’t like forwarded emails without substance – I especially abhor the superficial ones with ‘U R MY FREN SEND DIS BACK 2 ME AND WE R FRENS FOREVAH!!11’ swamped with animated sparkly teddy bear gif hell. Honestly, whoever actually rates friendship strength on replies after sending these beastly things out deserves to get smacked upside the head.

Fortunately though, this fellow is different. His emails have really entertaining content. This enigma has sent many a funny forward, and thus he shall be dubbed ‘The Delightful Spammer.”

Like this one gem, Proper Baby Care! A pictorial guide on how to handle your pride and joy.


More baby-caring goodness below!


Dad’s bountiful chest hair provides for padding.


When in doubt, use tongue.


But Bali-style massages are so good!


“And then ah, Aunty Tan ah, said this..”


Hahaha baby’s like.. “WTF!


I like how in the bad example, mum’s just nonchalantly chucking groceries on top of baby.


“No need lah, just use finger lah..”


To hell with puppets!

I don’t know who came up with these, but hats off to them! Safety instruction parodies are love, as are humourous forwarded emails. Thank you, TDS. Many stitches at sides, your quirky attachments have caused.


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