I've always enjoyed naughty stuff like this; it's useful to me in most cases because I set my timer up on a 10 second interval, that way when I tell people in chat's that I'll be right back, it sends that message every 10 seconds (so not to annoy them) until I get back and press stop. :D

private void Spam(String messageToSpam)
// Using the SendKeys class (located in System.Windows.Forms) we will send our string.

// Using the same class we will send the enter key as a string.

Now just set up a timer and create a timer tick event; call the Spam method using whatever string you're going to spam and done. :D

private void timer1_Tick(object sender, EventArgs e)
// Send whatever the user types into the textbox.

I've made quite a few methods related to this that I won't be releasing, but can give you the DLL I've created that contains the chat methods I've been working on. :)

If you did that to me, you would quickly become "not a friend"... :-(
It would be better that if you are off-line and someone sends a message, that the system auto-reply that you are not available, and then cache their message for you to reply to when you return. IM tools like Pidgin do that.