Hello! I am bored tonight. I am nice girl that would like to chat with you. Email me at ************ only, because I am using my friend’s email to write this. I will show you some of my private pictures
I have never understood this line of spam. The subject is typically "I saw your picture," and the content is as above with an email address. I haven’t been sufficiently curious — or bored — to click the link and respond. I get emails like this often enough that I have to assume they are successful in getting people to respond/click/pay.
The last two sentences seem pretty straightforward, and the middle sentence too. The exclamatory "Hello!" is also unsurprising.
It’s that second sentence that puzzles me. "I am bored tonight." Here are the options that I see:
- People find bored girls appealing in some way.
- People think that bored girls are more likely than interested girls to take off their clothes and folic, due to their boredom.
Neither option makes sense to me. Bored people are boring; they’re disaffected and disengaged from what’s around them. And surely interested girls would be more likely to try to entertain than bored girls would.
Obviously, I’m missing the point. Can anyone explain, please?