The following is probably one of the funniest web sites I've found since The Onion.
Since I started publishing my email address on this blog, I've started getting occasional scam emails (as I'm sure you have too) that basically say there's $10 million in a Nigerian bank account that's mine if I just assist in the logistics of the transfer.
These are obviously scams, so I would just ignore them, but I recently read about a group of dedicated individuals who are methodically scamming the scammers. They call themselves scambaiters. Basically these guys respond to the Nigerian scammers and attempt to make the scammers jump through all kinds of hoops and do embarrasing things in order to participate in the scam.
Anyhow, if you're into practical jokes and pranks, you'll probably really laugh hard at some of the scambaiting stories found above. My favorite scambaiting episode was the one where the scambaiters convinced a hapless scammer that they (the scambaiters) were in fact members of a religious order called The Holy Church of The Order of The Red Breast. Long story short, the scammer enthusiastically becomes a member before being led on a long wild goose chase.
contact me / spam me / scam me: firstname.lastname@example.org