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So If You Won The Lottery...

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Guest Hayley21

Hmmmm I guess this a fantasy thred LOL, I'm not sure what I'd do

I know take care my parents, pay of bills, Get involved in some

sort of transgender place to help people. crap IDK, I know it

aint never gonna happen, maybe thats why I can't come up with

anything LOL< oh well no serious If I won, I buy a house on the

beach in florida!! I can't think I'm going blank LOL

Hayley

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Guest Doodlen

I'm only 19 and I never went to college or university, so I don't have any debts I can pay off. Yet. :P

I'd move out of my apartment and buy a house close to my work. (I wouldn't quit my job, I love it too much and to be honest I'd get bored out of my mind without it) Not a big house, just big enough for me and maybe two spare rooms (one for guests and one for my guinea pigs <3) and I'd buy 2 more guinea pigs. Or maybe 3. :P

I'd pay off my parent's morgage and I'd pay off my 10 best friend's debts. And buy presents for all my friends and coworkers <3

I'd put the rest in the bank and live off the interest. I don't need much money, I'm cheap. :P

But I'd donate a lot of it. And do random good deeds. For example, usually on my breaks at work I go over to the grocery store nearby and get a sandwhich or something to drink. A lot of people see I'm in uniform and only buying one thing, so if they have a lot of stuff they offer to let me go first. If I was rich and that happened, I'd pay for my stuff, then give the cashier a hundred dollar bill and tell them that's to pay for the nice person behid me and they can keep the change.

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Guest Rachel Leigh

Pay up all my college loans and spend at least a month in the Philippines to see my family members there. But I would love to do a Euro Trip, traveling to: England, France, Spain, Switzerland, Germany (I want to drive down the Autobahn). Maybe even go to Japan.

But I cannot forget these:

My complete HRT and SRS:

- Breast Augmentation

- Vaginoplasty

- Minor Facelift

- Adam's Apple Removal

- Voice Therapy and anything else I haven't mentioned

My full female wardrobe

Identification change (the whole ten yards of it)

What else I want to get with the money:

- Either a BMW M3 or M6 (I love driving and working on cars, especially BMWs)

- Maybe a project car to work on

- Complete my DJ setup and establish my own recording (and photography) studio

And I might donate the rest to my desired charity. It's a lot, but that what I would do if winning the lottery ever happened.

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JenniferB

If I won the lottery for $150mil I'd understand I would received a little over half that.

First I would pay off all my debts. Then I would give 1 mil after taxes to all my siblings and nephews (have no nieces). Then I would give $10,000 to each member I work with. There are only 20 of them. I will quit my job next. After that I will make sure I am secure for the rest of my life. Say $10mil, mostly in gold. Then Laura's would be next. It would be my #1 charity. I would want to set up a trust fund to make sure moderators have the money for GRS and to make sure the money continues to flow in. It probably will be 1/2 to 2/3 of what I have left. Also I would make sure this site has the means to run for the foreseeable future to make sure transgender people who need help get it. Then I monitor my relatives who need help and give them the support they need. Finally I would look at other charities that I believe in to make sure I could make a difference.

Jenny

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