I have a separate email account for this blog, one through which I receive the odd offer of samples, and on the rare occasion some fan mail (very rare). Not much other activity is present on this email account, save for the periodic message I get from a company that specialises in log cabins. It's not a constant influx, I'd say I get one every two weeks, but each one is imploring me to buy their log cabins, with the latest touting me as a potential dealer in log cabins, being the middle man between manufacturer and end user.
I haven't signed up for log cabin related emails, but someone must have. Apparently having a blog where I review more food than I should probably be eating translates to me being a potentially great log cabin salesman. I mean, they could be right, I might be fantastic at building and selling log cabins, I don't know, I've never tried. But it's a bit of a stretch of the imagination.
Still, it's probably just some spam resulting from my email address being found and sold, that's the way the internet works. But hey, log cabins are a lot better than niche dating websites and performance enhancement pills. So the log cabins are still allowed in my inbox, and I chuckle to myself as I delete them. It's wholesome spam.
My rating: 3/5