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Euro Lottery Tonight

edited September 2008 in Not Sports Related
What would you do if you won the jackpot tonight???

Me - I would fly the whole family and close friends to a private island somewhere hot and chill for a few weeks before deciding what to do next.........

:o)
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  • i would become the 50th board member at Charlton ;-)
  • I would have the Biggest Pardew Party ever & everyone is invited :-)
  • I can't even think straight at the thought of winning so feck knows what I'd do if it actually happened!!!
  • Buy sh1thurst park and Senegal Fields and turn them into rubbish dumps....
  • [cite]Posted By: C_f_W[/cite]I can't even think straight at the thought of winning so feck knows what I'd do if it actually happened!!!

    Same here. Where do you start? New house, new car(s), holiday?
  • [cite]Posted By: SE10Addick[/cite]Buy sh1thurst park and Senegal Fields and turn them into rubbish dumps....

    Someone's already beat you to that one mate
  • Holiday for starters
  • [cite]Posted By: Medders[/cite]
    [cite]Posted By: SE10Addick[/cite]Buy sh1thurst park and Senegal Fields and turn them into rubbish dumps....

    Someone's already beat you to that one mate
    LMFAO
  • Apparently our office syndicate is now at 40 members for this draw, so even if we won the jackpot it'd only be 2.5m each. I suspect this means there'd be a race to see who could get to the boss's office to put their resignation in first.
  • £2.5 mill is nothing...

    my mate Simon has that in cash in his back pocket. for tips and the like....
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  • I'd buy Newcastle

    HAHAHAHAHA
  • [cite]Posted By: MariaCAFC[/cite]What would you do if you won the jackpot tonight???

    Me - I would fly the whole family and close friends to a private island somewhere hot and chill for a few weeks before deciding what to do next.........

    :o)

    Sounds good hun :0)
  • I'd up and leave with a backpack and a credit card and travel for the next year. Probably take my best pal out of work for the year to come with me. But that'd be pretty much it, i'd work out what I wanted to do once i'm back!
  • Easy, coke and tarts!!!
  • I'll buy that house there using in the Resturant programme on BBC2.
  • I'll tell you on Monday
  • [cite]Posted By: Chunes[/cite]I'd buy Newcastle

    HAHAHAHAHA

    Not for 90 million you wouldn't.....clown.
  • do they sell 'em in in the same places they sell National Lottery tickets?
  • [cite]Posted By: Salad[/cite]do they sell 'em in in the same places they sell National Lottery tickets?

    No, you need to ask in any shop run by mainland Europeans such as an Italian Deli or Polish supermarket. Ikea do them as well.
  • edited September 2008
    [cite]Posted By: Fishnets[/cite]
    [cite]Posted By: Chunes[/cite]I'd buy Newcastle

    HAHAHAHAHA

    Not for 90 million you wouldn't.....clown.
    100 Million wouldn't even do it(the actual figure quoted on the tv!)

    I'd probably pass out and have someone steal my ticket from my hand as i lay unconscious.... It would be karma's way!
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  • There is no way I'd need that much money so the first thing I'd look at is making a list of important people in my life and put a smile on every one of their faces.

    Then I'd buy the Oak and put Off_It in charge...
  • [cite]Posted By: Sco[/cite]Then I'd buy the Oak and put Off_It in charge...
    that isn't being generous though, that is a guaranteed growth investment
  • [cite]Posted By: Salad[/cite]that isn't being generous though, that is a guaranteed growth investment

    Not of his liver it isn't.
  • Invest the £100 mil in different banks - if there are still banks safe enough.

    Now on that sort of figure, you'd probably get 7-10% interest

    7% = £14,285,714 per year.

    Split that up and dole it out to everyone you want - now you can make all your friends happy this year and every year.
    And your well would never run dry.

    ;o)
  • edited September 2008
    [cite]Posted By: Sco[/cite]
    [cite]Posted By: Salad[/cite]that isn't being generous though, that is a guaranteed growth investment

    Not of his liver it isn't.
    Still guaranteed growth ... link: hepatitis
  • [cite]Posted By: Oggy Red[/cite]Invest the £100 mil in different banks - if there are still banks safe enough.

    Now on that sort of figure, you'd probably get 7-10% interest

    7% = £14,285,714 per year.

    Split that up and dole it out to everyone you want - now you can make all your friends happy this year and every year.
    And your well would never run dry.

    ;o)


    doesn't 7% of 100 = 7? Or is this some sort of wierd hedge fund/lehman bros compound interest thingy I don't understand?
  • [cite]Posted By: Henry Irving[/cite]
    [cite]Posted By: Oggy Red[/cite]Invest the £100 mil in different banks - if there are still banks safe enough.

    Now on that sort of figure, you'd probably get 7-10% interest

    7% = £14,285,714 per year.

    Split that up and dole it out to everyone you want - now you can make all your friends happy this year and every year.
    And your well would never run dry.

    ;o)


    doesn't 7% of 100 = 7? Or is this some sort of wierd hedge fund/lehman bros compound interest thingy I don't understand?

    DOESN'T MATTER IT'S MINE ANYWAY!
  • edited September 2008
    [cite]Posted By: Fishnets[/cite]
    [cite]Posted By: Chunes[/cite]I'd buy Newcastle

    HAHAHAHAHA

    Not for 90 million you wouldn't.....clown.

    Scratch that. I'd actually buy Fishnets a siren that operated as a 'Sarcasm Alert' tool, just incase anything else whooshes over his head.
  • [cite]Posted By: Dazzler21[/cite]
    [cite]Posted By: Henry Irving[/cite]
    [cite]Posted By: Oggy Red[/cite]Invest the £100 mil in different banks - if there are still banks safe enough.

    Now on that sort of figure, you'd probably get 7-10% interest

    7% = £14,285,714 per year.

    Split that up and dole it out to everyone you want - now you can make all your friends happy this year and every year.
    And your well would never run dry.

    ;o)


    doesn't 7% of 100 = 7? Or is this some sort of wierd hedge fund/lehman bros compound interest thingy I don't understand?

    DOESN'T MATTER IT'S MINE ANYWAY!

    Erm ....... arithmatic isn't my specialst subject.

    Anyone needing specialist financial advice .....? - I'll be glad to help!

    ;o)
  • edited September 2008
    [cite]Posted By: Oggy Red[/cite]arithmatic isn't my specialst subject.
    Nor, it appears, is English.

    PS You did one-seventh instead of 7% :-)
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