Hello! Here is a story about something that, I am sure, you have thought about at least once in your life. (By reading this story I am assuming you have been on the internet before.)
Clicked on Spam
by Dan Schwartz
I wanted to live in the land of bad decisions. In order to live in the land of bad decisions, you have to make some bad decisions.
I got an email today. It was a series of random letters and numbers and symbols, with a link at the end. And you know what? I said fuck it. I clicked on it. It assisted me in deleting most of the things on my computer.
There were more emails, promising me 80% off something, I don't even know what. I clicked on that too. It was refreshing not to worry about handing over my personal information. It was joy. I clicked on every spam email I had in my folder. Yes, I am interested in your money. Yes, I do want prescription Viagra. Yes, you can do whatever you want with me. I am yours.
I went to the seediest websites I could find. I was the 1,000,000th viewer on all of them, and I made sure they knew. I won the lottery over and over again. There were girls from my hometown who, I was promised, wanted nothing more than to fuck me that night. I was available. I wanted everything they could sell me, and more.
It was good to do this, to make a fresh start. To give everything away. I didn't want my own life anyway. Let someone else become me. Then I'll become someone else too.