Send an encrypted email, and whoever sees it whistle past their eyes knows you're trying to hide something. So why not hide your most secret messages in plain sight, hidden in otherwise innocuous looking spam?
Spam Mimmic takes your message and hides it in a stream of spam-style text. It's really just an internet-savvy form of steganography, that you've probably heard of—hell, even used—in the past. So this message:
I love you!
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Before you get too fired up, this is largely just for fun. Obviously it's not really a sensible idea to send incredibly important messages in this way. And at any rate it's both incredibly inefficient—just look how much longer that message got!—and it would be easy to spot as not being real spam, given it would be sent from a single real person to another.