A bit of surreal spam:

You have recieved A Hallmark E-Card.


You have recieved an eBay.

To see it, click here,

There's something special about that eBay feeling. We invite you to make a friend's day and send one.

From collectibles to cars, buy and sell all kinds of items on eBay.

Hope to see you soon,
Your friends at eBay

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I've received AN eBay!

I've wanted an eBay for so damn long... And finally, I've got one!

What really cracks me up about this one is a) the concept of someone getting "an" eBay, and b) the fact that, aside from how utterly wrong the entire context of the offer truly is, they still paid enough attention to make sure to use "an" instead of "a." I suppose being grammatically correct is a higher priority to spammers than actually, like, researching whatever it is you're pretending to be.

A Hallmark eBay. Novel. And they even have a Store Locator. That is just plain rad.