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Was it yoooou?
marymary100 - 8-11-2009 at 10:23

And where do I send the begging letter?

Seriously, would you like to win £45m?

What would you do with it if you were the winner?

John_Little - 8-11-2009 at 11:04


It wasn't me. As Giron might say.

giron - 8-11-2009 at 12:17

I've got no idea what you are talking about. :angel

crikey - 8-11-2009 at 14:01

If it had been me, I would have given it to all those MPs now struggling to pay back their expenses claims.

It wasn't - so I won't.

victor - 8-11-2009 at 14:30

If it was me I would have treated all current members of KF to brand new P/C of there choice but sorry it was not.

giron - 8-11-2009 at 16:52

Perhaps it was you, but you're pretending it wasn't, in order to avoid getting deluged by our begging letters? :D

victor - 8-11-2009 at 23:46

Mrs V. asked what we would do about the begging letters and I said we would keep sending them. ;):D

Swish Checkley - 9-11-2009 at 08:47

Originally posted by marymary100
Seriously, would you like to win £45m?

In all honesty, no I wouldn't. I've got a nice life that doesn't want changing and I certainly wouldn't want the attention of people knowing I had all that money.

What would you do with it if you were the winner?

I have no idea. That's not to say there aren't lot of things I'd spend money on - new kitchen, new bathroom, new car, nice holidays etc etc and I'd definitely give at least some of it to charity but that sort of amount is pretty much beyond my comprehension.

LSemmens - 9-11-2009 at 12:33

I could certainly use it, there is only so much you can do on half a pension.

Quaver - 9-11-2009 at 12:44

I'd keep it a secret, but probably spend some and save somekewl_glasses

Mary2 - 9-11-2009 at 13:09

I asked the teen and after all the usual car and house she said she'd fund a wing at the hospital or fund research into allergies and their cures which I thought was quite good for someone her age.

For me it would be a nicer house with more than two bedrooms and I would give up paid work to set up a small school for people with dyslexia offering scholarships to attend based on the amount of potential the student had to succeed in life academically if their dyslexia could be removed from the equation.

giron - 9-11-2009 at 13:37

I think I'd donate money to the American Red Cross in order that they can provide food and medical care to all the needy people over there. :angel

marymary100 - 9-11-2009 at 16:41

Rejoice! Praise the Lord and pass the bandaids.

marymary100 - 10-11-2009 at 20:21



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