Not to be overly-theoretical about this, but there must be some sort of reason why spam email is written the way it is. A couple of posts ago I discussed a bit some perspectives for which the central notion of pragmatics is that of choice – and how this might turn pragmatic analysis into a rhetorical one. In that sense, the text below exhibits some remarkable choices as to topic, shared info and lexicon.
hmm... Who are you? My name is Angelina, beautiful and young 25 years girl.
I have received the letter with yours email and I want to learn what for
I receive it. Probably it is an error or someone's joke, I do not know...
If you are interested in acquaintance, write to me on email. Now I single
and not against to meet the gallant man.
My email: firstname.lastname@example.org