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 vaporized 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.