Spam: You gotta be kidding me!

Do you think someone thought that I’d be interested in an e-mail with this subject line? “My peenis is always hard and is able to move without interruption!” Obviously, the sender figured that by cleverly adding an e to penis my spam catcher would be fooled. But since part of my spam-catching is done with my own two eyes, I wasn’t fooled. I was about to dump the e-mail in the trash, but I was at least compelled to read it. The product “is ready to contribute to your durability, confidence and happiness.” And it will “[keep] her satisfied tonight and any night in the future. She’ll love it!” I don’t even know what it is. And, based on the subject line, I’m not sure what the problem is. Is my penis always hard? I’m not sure that’s exactly a problem. Well, I suppose that would be a problem. Or is this guy telling me that his penis is always hard? In which case, I don’t think I care. I can’t believe that someone thought this would entice me to visit what is most likely a virus- or spyware-laced website.