Quoting from IMGUR below:
I'm very happily dating a wonderful woman that is the love of my life. However even though I mention that I'm not single, or perhaps because I'm not single, sometimes women will keep hitting on me even though I have specifically said I'm not on the market and not interested. So I decided to start playing a game I call "Rich but Evil". I could of course just leave instead, but where is the fun in that? The idea is to drop hints in the conversation that I'm rich, but Evil. As we talk I'll gradually create a character that is more and more wealthy but more and more likely to be the spawn of Satan himself. So I might say that I work at a pharmaceutical company, but we're holding off on releasing a life saving drug because the less effective version we already make is more profitable. Or I'll say that I inherited land in Africa including the rights to a diamond mine, but my family has a deal with the local government and we love to kill endangered species. Or that I own a mega yacht, but I think that Hitler did nothing wrong. You get the drift. Rich, but Evil. The goal is to see just how Evil a character I can create before they call it quits. I've found that as long as I keep ramping up the Evil and wealth proportionally they keep playing along. It's both amusing and horrible.