What if All the Spam Mail You Received was Actually Hilariously True?

By Casey Chan on at

You're an internet veteran, you know what's real and what's not. Anything with Western Union automatically raises your eyebrow. An e-mail promising more length and/or hot girls gets trashed without a thought. You're too seasoned for these tricks. But what if all that email spam was actually true? How different would your life look? Would you become a money making, big twig swinging, Nigerian prince relatin' party animal? Oh yes.

Cyanide & Happiness riffed off the idea of junk mail actually delivering whatever it promised and it's a laughing riot to see. But here's the thing about if that actually happened: you have to respond to every form of it or you'll pay the consequence.