Apparently my email address is so jolly clever it has won me $2,800,000.00 from the 'New York lottery organisation' all by itself!
Can't quite see how the scam works, though, as they aren't asking for money or bank a/c details... if I were daft enough to believe it, I'd have to contact someone by phone or email (premium rate number, perhaps?) and give them:
"Your country of origin and country of residence/work, complete official names, address, amount won, free ticket and lucky numbers, date of draw, contact telephone and mobile numbers. OPTIONAL :- [Sex, age, occupation and job title]."
Guess from that lot they could do some sort of ID theft?
But if you did have the money, maybe weyou could create MumsnetWorld, where we could go for day trips and all dcs are taken off by CRB checked Mary Poppins while we get to pampered in state of the art Spa facilities followed by a gourmet lunch served by buff waiters...and when it was time to go home, limo all the way...
I like your style. But not that bothered about spa days. Would rather have an MN millionaires' library, with coffee and cakes and attentive staff to bring/remove coffee/cakes/books/library lists. (Would keep the Mary Poppins-types, though.)