My friend James showed me this link yesterday. It’s a website of Spam Art cartoons and it is positively hilarious.
Here is what the site owner has to say about his cartoons:
I get hundreds of spam e-mails per day. Rather than let them all go to waste, I figured why not put some of them — the ones with the really goofy subject lines — to good use? Ok, well, maybe not “good” use. Anyway, what follows are hastily-drawn and hopefully amusing interpretations of obscure and sometimes not-so-innocent subject lines of random spam e-mails.
Now that’s cheered me up a little.