Today I saw the following tweet:
Amazon Web Services terms and conditions now include a zombie clause. pic.twitter.com/7D6gAKeDLu
— Software Tools (@softwareverify) February 9, 2016
That might have been the motivation behind the Amazon Web Services zombie clause, but I suspect that it was as much a matter of having some fun with a kind of writing that begs not to be read by anyone.
A more extreme example of that sort of irreverence is the “heist clause” contained in the notorious contract between Wu-Tang Clan and Martin Shkreli. (Go here for the Verge’s account.)
There’s no reason why, within limits, you can’t use your contracts to build your, um, brand.