If you had a million dollars, what would you spend it on?

Travel around the world
36% (4 votes)
Charity and Investments
9% (1 vote)
Share with family and friends
18% (2 votes)
Pay off my mortgage and buy a new car
9% (1 vote)
Don't tell anyone!
27% (3 votes)
Total votes: 11

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anontoo's picture

I would start by not telling anyone cause from what I've heard people from the past, present and future seem to appear out of thin air to try to befriend you (and the cash). I would then take some time off, give myself a certain amount of $ to spoil myself and think about the opportunities and potential that this new found wealth could offer. (Of course it all depends on how much money is involved). If it's a shit load then I think I'd wonder the beaches in my own fine company and decide first of all what it means to me and how I want to change my life. Whether or not you admit it life would change drastically so probably a good idea to get a grip on what's happening. I like to think my needs are not exagerated so I think I'd focus on being comfortable, doing what I want to do, help those that would benefit from it the most and make sure I don't end up on one of those shows that high light how some people go from rags to riches and then back to rags again!

I think it's a good idea to give back. First of all I would scream with joy and then thank the gods for the good fortune and then I'd give back as a way of saying thanks. And I'd invest so that like the person above mentioned I wouldn't end up on one of those shows. Talk about adding insult to injury sheesh!!

I think releasing the burden that debt creates would make me feel like I could fly. Maybe help out some other close friends so that they could fly too.

I guess it's a statement about where my life is right now but I wouldn't tell anyone, take off and reinvent myself. Nice to even just think about it.

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Are you doing what you want?

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