I had to share this gem I found on a Hub about a female model:
"Her beard is amber and her eyes are Hazel."
I haven't dyed my beard in ages. Didn't know they made beard dye in amber. Good to know!
And the nose hairs...those are important too. We often forget them, us bearded girls.
Yeah, girls are doing that everywhere at the moment - dying their beards amber.
Any fossilised prehistoric insects in those amber beards?
Mine is grey, of course. Just another sign of the middle aged, round belly, wrinkled skin, more hair in the ears than on the eyebrows and the grey beard fluffing up nicely on the chin.
Haven't you tried dyeing it amber? You could do your ears to match - something a lot of girls forget to do.
But are you looking after the health of your heart Karanda? If not you might benefit from this little gem that I flagged this morning!
'Heart is a muscular ticker that is segregated into two sides. The rightish broadside of your heart pumps murder to your lungs to get element'
Do we need to hid all the knives?
Scary stuff! So, a spun article that would have read, somewhere way back when, the right side of your heart pumps blood to your lungs to get air.
I'm so glad there are so many conscientious hubbers out there flagging this nonsense.
I hope that no school kid has copied this hub for their biology homework! LOL
On one level it is amusing, but when people are 'writing' (or spinning) on serious subjects like human anatomy and medicine, it could be potentially dangerous
I believe at least two of my hubs have been spun, and ended up making slightly more sense. I'm suing.
Check out this one too, about Lady Gaga:
THE PRECOCIOUS lamb WOULD gambol AROUND THE fare AT intuition supreme WEST slant RESTAURANTS USING THE BREADSTICKS considering A doyen. AND, schoolgirl WOULD INNOCENTLY welcome A massed BABYSITTER effect nil BUT HER BIRTHDAY SUIT.
That's amazing, but I believe it. Have you ever checked craig's list for writer jobs? no experience necessary, start writing today, "I made $10,000 in a month. Sign here and pay $100. to learn how to begin making money today."
I saw an ad earlier today about writing 400 word articles for $3.00/hr. It said, we are more interested with quaity, not quality. Those kind of articles end up here! :
You can't blame Google for trying to put a stop to this cr#@.
I hope HP figures out some kind of filter to block it before it's published online. I've seen quite a lot of spam today.
I agree with you Rebekah - although a lot of these hubs are good for a laugh they don't do much for HP's image and unfortunately the hubbers who write good quality hubs are being penalised because of this.
All we can do is to help flag these hubs but it is an ongoing process and they seem to multiply - it feels as though they are getting published faster than we can flag!
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