What would you do if you were a millionaire?
September 10, 2008 5:34am CST
For me, I will share my blessings to my family, friends and relatives. I will donate some of it to some charitable institutions and to our church. Also, I will buy some medicines and donate it to our hospitals so that I can help other people who are sick and dying. It's my happines to share my blessings to everyone especially the needy one eventhough through simple ways only. How about you?
10 Sep 08
I would donate some to the charity I think deserves my money, give some to my family and friends. The rest I would buy myself a huge house with a big pool, jacuzzi, steam room. Have a big BBQ with chillout area. A lamborgini, ferrari, hummer. An indoor and outdoor basketball court. Every single computer game and dvd ever released. And so on.....as you can see I would be pretty greedy with my money but I would have a great time spending it!
• United States
6 Feb 12
If I had a 6-figure income, I would get a second home in New Jersey but keep my home in Florida. New Jersey nickels and dimes me to the bone with taxes and tolls (i. e., New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, and Atlantic City Expressway) and I have that burning desire to go back during fall, summer and spring. The major contributing factor for this is scoliodentosaurophobia. I'm so flutin' sick and tired of freaking out over at least ONE lizard being indoors. Speaking of New Jersey, I'd donate to my "alma mater," The Forum School in Waldwick, each month. (It's a school for those with special needs.) Those are things I desire to do if I have a 6-figure income besides buying hotfix/flatback crystals without worry and going on cruises!
10 Sep 08
Hi there Dan's Robe. If I become a millionaire, first, I will save money for my son's future college education and some that will be enough for him to start a small business with, then I will put up another business, maybe another branch of our existing internet cafe, and then give some to my immediate family members and a part of it for charity. All that will be left, if ever there will be some money left will go to our savings and some for recreation.