If this guy is anything to go buy, stop sitting at home moaning about how “poor” you are and go buy a lottery ticket. You never know what you might wake up to.
This Wednesday sees a lottery of epic proportions take place, and we wouldn’t be your besties if we didn’t give you a chance to get your hands on a whole lot of dosh.
Apparently saving is cool, which makes this guy something of a legend. The fact that he was a janitor should give hope to us all.
So some of you arrived at work last Monday, and the pain is sinking in. The rest of you arrived today for the first day at work and you feel nauseous. You are aware that it doesn’t have to be this way, right?
I know a lot of you rely on us to let you know when the jackpots rollover enough to make you get our of bed. So here it is, the Megamillions jackpot is sitting on $102 Million. Click to get tickets.
I reckon I would sit in court for two years to get R5 billion. Seriously. What would you do for that kind of money? I’m sure a lot of you would go to “redical” extremes…
A father bought his daughter some lottery tickets for her birthday, which ended up being WAY better than that silly pony…
This kid doesn’t quite get the concept of independence. But it’s cute that he’s trying. Check out the story after the jump…
Just go and buy a lottery ticket. You never know. You could be as lucky as these six guys. Also, play the EuroMillions tomorrow.
Dreaming of cruising around town in a gorgeous supercar? Acquiring that dream vehicle is not as difficult as you may think.
Everyone dreams of winning the lottery, but the chances are pretty small. This dad won though, and decided to be a rad dad when he told his children.
Road sweeper Joseph Whiting has scooped the big pot in the UK lottery, winning himself a handsome amount of R83 Million.
You moan about how much you’re being paid and you spend your Saturdays looking at the property section, at houses you know you’ll never afford. The last thing you want to do is become a billionaire.
The around-the-water-cooler discussion is always “what would you do if you won the lottery?”, and while everyone comes up with ludicrous spending ideas, it’s good to have the best of both worlds and spend wisely. Right?
A French lottery winner has proven that money isn’t everything and done something pretty damn selfless with his winnings. Take a bow, unnamed French guy. If you won €75 million, how would you choose to spend your money?
If you lost the lottery would you plan a mass slaughter?
The guy who won the sixth largest lotto jackpot in US history on 19 February sat on the ticket until 1 April. Why? Because the guy has a sense of humour, and also because he spent that time planning for something – not what the average lotto winner would do with his windfall.
The odds of winning the lottery is staggering on its own, but calling it the day before is statistically close to impossible. Neil Trotter became Britain’s fourth biggest national lottery winner when his winning ticket won him close to R2 billion in the EuroMillions lottery.
Fast cars, lavish property, booze and parties would be most lottery winners’ first priorities, but not László Andraschek’s. The formerly homeless man vows to support addicts and abused women, after winning R31 Million in the Hungarian lottery.
The Mega Millions jackpot never fails to live up to its name, but chances are that it just might supercede its own mega ambitions by racking up a billion-dollar jackpot before Christmas.
Moments like these only come along once in a blue moon. The result of many weeks of impossible rollovers have ballooned the US Mega Million lottery to it’s second largest jackpot ever – $400 million. It’s happening tomorrow and you can get tickets here.
An unemployed woman from Northern Ireland bought a Euromillions lottery ticket “on the spur of the moment”. She just won over R450 million rand. HALF A BILLION.
Shame, and there you were stressing about how you are going to afford to buy awesome gifts for all your family and friends. They’re also doubling any non-credit card deposits you make!
It was just last week that we posted a story about how a lotto-winning couple’s relationship was destroyed – and now yet another couple is finding it hard to be happy after winning the lotto.
Adrian and Gillian Bayford had lived a relatively pain-free life in the English countryside town of Suffolk, until the day they won just over two billion rand. Now their lives are a mess.
Aah the lottery. It’s a bit of a gamble – but every now and then some shmuck out in the middle of nowhere wins the whole shebang. Like this guy, who won over a hundred million rand, spent it, and became a binman. Now, the Florida Lottery says 67-year-old James Bozeman has claimed a R29863500.00 Florida Lotto jackpot just last month.