Luck O’ the Oirish?

   It’s a biggie tonight with the Irish Lottery. An estimated 12.5 million Euro is up and I’m going to do it. I won 13 euro once, well it would have been 13 punts, it was early on, in fact I think it was right at the start when the lotto had just come out.

How would you spend this amount of money?

Would it change my life? —————————————————————————>!!!

 What would I do if I won? Faint….

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  1. 1
    beccy Says:

    Mamma Mia, brilliant.

    I’ve only done the Irish lottery a few times and never won. I’ve only done the UK lottery a few times and won a few tenners, it’s much easier.

    Must get me off to the shops I fancy a new house, a skiing holiday and a trip to Florida.

    ~Mamma Mia? It’s ‘Money, Money, Money!’ 😆

  2. 2
    Sue Says:

    Just for the record, if you win, I think you are a really great person. 🙂

    ~Do I know you?

  3. 3
    distybug Says:

    I don’t really know how much that is in US dollars, but here goes…

    I’d pay off mine and my sisters houses.
    I’d pay off the rest of my credit card (not a lot, but enough to bug me)
    I’d take my whole family on a vacation to remember
    I’d use some to help sponsor missionaries through my church.

    It really makes you think, doesn’t it?

    ~It does, and it’s easy to get carried away and spend the lot!

  4. 4
    Michelle Says:

    good luck!

    I’d pay off my parents’ and inlaws’ mortgages – that would be something to free them of!

    Then we’d take a wonderful, long vacation somewhere!

  5. 5
    Lisa Says:

    Oh, I’d buy a house!! My own house!!!
    Love the Mamma Mia – that musical was fantastic. Saw it 3 times.

  6. 6
    Akelamalu Says:

    I’m not greedy I just need to win the equivalent of 2 years salary so I don’t have to go back to work in September. Please God if you’re listening…..

  7. 7
    beccy Says:

    I meant money, money, money, duh I’ve s88t for brains!

  8. 8
    beccy Says:

    I meant s**t, I think I should go back to bed!


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