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Most spam headlines are pretty easy to spot at 100 yards. Usually they involve a grotesque and physically improbable offer about penis extension. But there’s a new trend in spam that might be tougher to catch on first glance. “False headline” spam uses almost-believable subject lines to lure you in, and some are pretty good.

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