You Are Never Going To Win The Lottery

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Let’s just face it. You are most likely NEVER going to get that Ferrari, buy your parents a house or move to somewhere tropical.

Those magic numbers aren’t going to come up. Just quit buying the Powerball tickets and scratch-offs. You may win $20 bucks here and there and justify it as “breaking even” but we both know that isn’t true. At least you’re getting something from the cigarettes you buy at the same time when you’re done filling up at Quik Trip.

Quit waiting for the weekly drawing to solve all your problems (Most of which you’ve probable caused yourself). Pay your bills, quit buying shit that you can’t afford and most likely don’t need.

Here’s a staggering statistic: 70% of all lottery winners will squander away their winning in just a few years. I hear what your saying to yourself, “Not me, I’m smart. I’ll invest and save.”
Who are you kidding? You’ll blow your money on retarded shit and then you’ll see your relationships with your friends and family deteriorate. That is what happens in most cases of lottery winners.

Here’s an idea: Instead of spending that money every week on Powerball, why don’t you work on paying something off, or socking some money away?
Crazy idea, huh?
Quit trying to keep up with the Kardashians and all the douchebags on tv that are convincing you you’re just not worth anything if your not driving this, living in that or wearing this.

The lottery is just yet another way to tax the poor and uneducated.
1:195 million.
That’s your chances. One in One Hundred Ninety Five MILLION.
I think you’re more likely to be abducted by aliens and be anally probed.
Guess there’s not much difference. But at least the aliens usually wipe your memory after you’ve been fucked in the ass!

-Darth

  1 comment for “You Are Never Going To Win The Lottery

  1. Dustin
    September 10, 2010 at 11:39 pm

    Your right. Id spend it all. I would have a Maserati
    with squeaky breaks and bald ass tires.

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