The History Of Spam (Not The Kind You Eat)

Submitted by: groverfan 4 years ago in Entertainment

Glove and Boots explains the history of internet spam using a canned spam puppet.
There are 11 comments:
Male 7,378
Keep it until the Apocalypse. You can thank me later.
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Male 5
@Angelmassb, @huskernut97: Is that why they had a picture of Terry Jones on the back wall, complete with caption link that takes you to the Monty Python Spam sketch?
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Male 406
so is this spam..?
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Male 38,502

Spam is delicious, fried with eggs for breakfast.
Chopped cold & put in a salad.
Quick lunch sandwich meat... {or meat-like anyway}
And great grilled with Pineapple! nom nom nom nom
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Male 15,510
Same here huskernut97. They need to do some proper research before coming up with stuff like that.

" it is named for Spam luncheon meat by way of a Monty Python sketch in which Spam is depicted as ubiquitous and unavoidable."

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Male 757
I love fried Spam. Just nicely browned on the outside. Yum.
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Male 65
I don`t mind Spam it`s better than Soylent Green. But not by much. "Spam, Spam, Spam, Baked Beans, Spam"-Terry Jones
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Male 270
I hate spam, both kinds.
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Male 16
Morons, the name doesn`t come from "Spam being everywhere and no one wanting it" it comes from Monty Python www.youtube.com/watch?v=anwy2MPT5RE
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Male 260
Sorry SPAM is delicious whether Fried or not.
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Male 18
Link: The History Of Spam (Not The Kind You Eat) [Rate Link] - Glove and Boots explains the history of internet spam using a canned spam puppet.
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