I just received fan mail from a girl who said she is looking for a soul mate to spend the rest of her life with. I don't know if this is spam or an actual person, could even be a male - who knows - it is the internet...
What I find strange is that she is following people on HubPages with the name "David."
What do you guys make of this?
I've received several like that over the months. If it is a new hubber (it always is) I report it as spam and the account goes away.
Apparently she also likes the color pink.
yeah, that is weird. I would think it was spam. Myspace is also terrible for spam.
I received a weird email like that too,and have adjusted my email preferences. However seems like some nutty ones are still getting through.
Yesterday I also recieved an email titled Hubpages Notifications except the email was blank?..never had that before either.
Perhaps the importance of being David is great to this woman, as Earnest was for Gwendolen.
Yep! I know for sure she has worked her way down to E.
Just saw UW's post, so it looks like she is almost finished with the alphabet.
This girl is fast! and possibly bi-sexual it seems.
I've been proposed to. Weird. It was a joke though....I hope. Did you follow her back? .......or was it just a reader and not another author?
I have met several of my soul mates here on Hub Pages.
It's such a versatile site.
Writing, dating -- it's all just one big happy hubfest!
Dang! I'm nearly feeling left out!
I have no soul-mates, no stalkers, no psycho-mail .... whatever am I doing wrong???
Im gutted I had to turn down two (not one ,but two) young camels in March.
What was I thinking!
by Nathan Bernardo 2 days ago
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by Dennis L. Page 7 years ago
Why do people write personal fan mail notes, but yet haven't commented on an article?Am I the only one who sits in utter amazement at people who send personal fan mail notes telling you how wonderful, inspiring, creative and informative your writing is, only to find out they have NEVER even written...
by positivelysimple 7 years ago
When someone sends you fan mail there is no way of knowing. Why isn't there an alert?
by Daisy Mariposa 8 years ago
Have you ever denied giving approval to Fan Mail you received?Does it reflect negatively upon you if you don't approve someone's Fan Mail?
by Susan Reid 8 years ago
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by Marie Flint 6 years ago
I do a fair amount of suggesting editorial changes to hubbers when I feel these may be helpful. I despise the challenge prompts testing whether or not I'm a person. First of all, my vision isn't exactly eagle acute. Second, if one letter or number is wrong, the mail won't send.I appreciate that I...
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