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Mumbai. Young blogger Manish was confused how to react to a rather flattering comment that he got on his blog post earlier today.

Awesome blog! I’ll be bookmarking it and checking back often! Not many people can write this way!” read a comment left by someone named “buy viagra online” on a post about diversity of India authored by Manish.

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Manish had not deleted the suspect comment till reports last came in

“Well, I was really happy that someone liked what I was writing, but somehow the name didn’t sound convincing,” said the 27-year-old avid blogger who has written 3 posts since he started his blog yesterday.

Manish shared the links of every post that he had written as well as mailed them to his friends for feedback, but “buy viagra online” was the only one who got back.

Sources tell that Manish almost replied “thank you” to the comment but soon realized that something was amiss.

“I thought maybe a friend had misspelled the name so I looked up the email, and it was w85423135431@hotmail.com,” said an amazed Manish, who tried to contact 85423135431 but realized that it was not a telephone number.

“Don’t know…” Manish told Faking News when asked if he could consider the comment as work of a spammer.

“But the comment made so much sense!” said the author of the blog post “Why Indians must wear same colored shirt at least once a month,” on which the comment was received.

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