have you ever bought a lottery?

@Canteen (595)
China
April 18, 2008 12:48am CST
do you think you can win a lottery? and have ever bought a lottery? have you ever won?
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12 responses
@idowrite72 (2214)
• United States
18 Apr 08
I occasionally buy mega lottery tickets and would probably faint if I actually won it but I buy scratch offs all the time and win quite often. I usually take them back and exchange them for the same kind of ticket I won from. My favorite is a $2 bingo and I also like a $2 crossword and I usually win at least $2 a week, but I buy another ticket with it, so really haven't won a thing!!
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
18 Apr 08
I never had a luck at lottery. REcently my state government banned sale of lottery tickets and conducting lottery draw by private and government agencies and therefore for the timebeing I cannot think of winning a lottery, though in the romte corner of my mind I have a inkling that I would one day win a lottery and all my problems be solved.
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
15 Jun 08
Dear Friend, Thank you very much for having awarded BR to my response. Good day.
@atv818 (1988)
• United Arab Emirates
5 Feb 10
Sigh! Buy them every now and then but haven't won anything major. They say that there'a way to predict the winning set of numbers. Does anyone know how?
• India
20 Jun 08
I have tried some times buying a lottery ticket and expected to be a winner. BUt I won only once an amount of 500 bucks and nothing else. I never trusted these Lotteries and that to me winning them.
@Sir_bobby88 (8245)
• Singapore
21 Apr 08
Well lots of people always say got buy lottery means got hope can win if never buy lottery means you have no hope of winning yea .I brought a lot of time but did not get it yea .
• Philippines
20 Apr 08
we do... my husband and i occasionally buy lottery tickets because we believe that one cannot win unless one tries... it may be a waste of money for some, but then those who win milions and millions probably never thought that buying lottery tickets is a waste of time and money...
• Vietnam
20 Apr 08
I'm not a gambler .I ready to take the risk when I invest in stock or forex ,but I don't like lotery . I've never bought any lotery and I don't think I am lucky enough to win a prize
19 Apr 08
If I won that kind of money I would pay off all my debts and buy a house and a new car. I would invest a great deal of the money into secure investments to provide an income and probably treat my family and friends. However, in order to win it, you have to be in it. I buy a lottery ticket once in a while, often in the hope of a big win, but realistically the best I have done is winning £50
@subha12 (18453)
• India
18 Apr 08
never. i think i am an unlucky person. so i never buy lottery. I know i can never win.it will just be waste of money.
• China
18 Apr 08
I have never bought any lottery. It is too hard to gain for me. Maybe i am not so lucky. No pay no gain. This word is to me.
@Gesusdid (1681)
• United States
18 Apr 08
i never buy those tickets like their the biggest scheme right against fake emails of you winning money , i hate them , cause its always some couple or old guy or random person outta your state or if in state , it someone from a small little town that no one knows about lol like Mamby villie ..like you hear Mamby villie in your state and you say " Where's that at ? " "Never heard that place before " its always that place thats like 100 miles west or north somewhere , it always happens down here , dont get suckerd into the lottery people
@mari61960 (4895)
• United States
18 Apr 08
I don't play the lottery or buy scratch tickets very often. When I do I never seem to win more than a dollar or two. I did win 40.00 about 20 years ago. And I have a 2.00 winner sitting here to be cashed in that I bought over a month ago..lol I keep forgetting to go turn it in..then there is the issue of weather I should just take the 2 bucks of buy another ticket...and should I buy one dollar or two dollar tickets.... Who knew it could be so involved. Well thanks for the reminder. I better turn it in before it is too late. Blessed be, Mari