Imagine if you won the Lottery???
Posted Mon May 02, 2011 07:50 PM
Posted Mon May 02, 2011 07:55 PM
I did I hit 1 mil it didn't change anything cause the pay out is 50 k 4. 20 years
Posted Mon May 02, 2011 08:26 PM
Posted Mon May 02, 2011 08:55 PM
10k can be turned into another 50k-90k each year with almost no effort, the reason everyone isn't doing it is because your avg person doesn't have 10k to just let sit for 3-5 months.
Anyway, I think he was probably talking more like the $190 million lotto jackpots they have now.
I'm thinking when I hit the jackpot a nice ranch with plenty of homes on the acreage so friends can come and stay as long as they like, with the main house serving 3 meals a day. Maybe an open-area warehouse that has snooker and billard tables, internet stations, video game systems in a lounge area, a separate area with a full liquor bar with a dance floor and a stage for bands. The kind of place you could open up to private parties and people would rush to it.
Posted Mon May 02, 2011 11:19 PM
Well, winning is still better than not winning
Posted Mon May 02, 2011 11:26 PM
Posted Tue May 03, 2011 11:36 AM
If i ever did win i would buy a house around 2500 sq feet with land and maybe a guest house for my mother to come stay and play nanny for my son and a reliable vehicle like a nissan armada. Start up a non profit program that extends art education to kids and elderly and homeless, giving them opportunity to express themselves and feel that they have worth and can accomplish something. I would start some scholarship funds for single parents majoring in art, and then another scholarship fund for single parents majoring in whatever. Purchase a private studio for me to work in or build one on my property something like that. Join the peace core or travel to other countries and volunteer my time and energy to helping others.
Posted Tue May 03, 2011 08:41 PM
We've had more than enough money, not enough money, and everywhere in between, and the only thing that makes the sex better is a good night's sleep the night before.
Posted Tue May 03, 2011 08:55 PM
Posted Tue May 03, 2011 09:46 PM
Posted Wed May 04, 2011 01:45 AM
Posted Wed May 04, 2011 01:12 PM
If I were single I'd start each day on my porch looking over the mediterranean and getting my wake up blowjob from one of 10 goldiggers I string along.
I heard a joke recently:
A guy runs in the door smiling ear to ear and says to his wife, "Honey! I had the winning loterry ticket! Start packing for a long trip!" Wife says "Great! Where are we going?" Guy says, " I don't care, just get the fuck out!!"
Posted Wed May 04, 2011 03:39 PM
Extreme wealth generally makes life more stressful, not less.
I've known far too many miserable millionaires and billionaires to envy their lifestyle.
Hubby and I are more than comfortable, and we spent the entire month of August last summer doing nothing other than having sex all day (often outside), eating great food, and drinking great wine, champagne, and cider.
Sure, a certain level of wealth allows you to do things like take a month off, and own a secluded enough cottage to have as much noisy outdoor sex as you'd like, but that level of wealth doesn't have to approach even close to millions.
We don't have kids, adventure, indulgence, and rampant sex-fests are easy to come by, at least in the summer. I admit, med school takes the wind out of my sails when it comes to sexual adventure, but that's workload, not money stress.
If you live well within your means and don't have kids, then money has very little power to compromise your sex life.
Sure, there are some people who can barely even afford the basics in life, but the average middle class, childless person is more than capable of affording opportunities for sexual adventure with their spouse, it's just a matter of priorities. I've had the same rust bucket car for 10 years because I would rather spend my money on trips with my Hubby.
Now, if we're talking about single people, especially men, yes, it's a lot easier to get some tail with 100 million dollars...
Posted Thu May 05, 2011 02:26 AM