I {Heart} Justification Spam

Over the past few months, I've noticed a fascinating new breed of spam. From what I can see of the message contents in Gmail's preview line (which is, blessedly, not a lot), all of these messages are for Viagra knock-offs of some sort. It's the subject lines that fascinate me, though.

Consider today's collection:
  • I wanted to see what all the fuss is about
  • I wanted to get a promotion
  • It was an initiation rite to a club or organization
  • I wanted to breakup another's relationship
  • I wanted to get rid of aggression
  • I wanted to gain access to that person's friend
  • I was under the influence of drugs
  • I was drunk
  • [And my favorite:] I wanted to see what it was like to have sex while stoned (e.g., on marijuana or some other drug) [Important clarification. Thanks for that.]
It's Justification Spam! Surely you've received an e-mail offer for sexual performance-enhancing products and considered using them if only you had a passable reason (or excuse) to. Well, look no more! There are so very many. So very, very many.