I know "no-one ever reads the EULA", but a few years ago I had cause to read the Virgin Digital EULA. Virgin Digital was the now-defunct subscription music streaming service that Virgin launched in 2006, then spectacularly screwed up less than a year later with version 2, which never worked properly and eventually drove the Virgin Digital arm out of business through lost custom.
But I digress; the EULA for this service had quite clearly been modified by some immature muppet on the staff after it had come back from the lawyers. In many ways it could be amusing - though oddly not so when you're an extremely annoyed customer who is being ripped off, as I was at the time of my first reading. Anyway, since I was reminded of it today, I went and hunted down a copy for your enjoyment. I've linked to a copy since it was too long to post directly.
Virgin Digital EULA
The moron additions are in red, with the extra-moronic (and slightly inappropriate) parts in bold. Can anyone beat this, I wonder?