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£20m Lotto Winner & probable anominity.....

Or a fortune of £100m plus and being a world famous sports star who has spent at least 10 years at the top of their sport?!

As big as that gap is, the coward in me would want my kids to be safe, so I would take the ‘wimp out’ option of £20m and hope It went unnoticed.

If I was single and without children, the £100m and the opportunity to have a different page 3 wannabe in my boudoir, on a regular basis would be appealing even at my age. Hell especially at my age. But if I was given the choice today, I’d go for the more ‘safe’ option.

Which would you choose?

posted on 15/2/17

I get wanting to earn your own money, it does feel so much more satisfying using it but if I thought £50k was my earning cap I'd take the winnings!

posted on 15/2/17

I'd love to be famous and recpgnisable in public.
Kids acting for selfies, girls' panties dropping etc.

posted on 15/2/17

comment by Terminator1 (U1863)
posted 4 hours, 58 minutes ago
comment by Everywhere you go always take Lamela with you. Mopo's #1 fan. (U7905)
posted 48 minutes ago
Although I am sure the attention is annoying, I'm sure 99.999% of the public reaction when they see a top player is praise. Then, the places they will go out will be top end places used to celebs so they probably don't get harassed too much.

I'm sure they must enjoy it when they do a charity day or go to schools and get mobbed by kids who look up to them as some kind of God.

I think if a player is sensible and doesn't seek attention, ie Kane/Bale etc they must live a fantastic life.
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The only reason Kane stays out the limelight is that he's so ugly he terrifies the kids
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Ooh, and to think how narky you got when I mentioned Klopp's Dortmund-yellow teeth

"No need to get personal "

posted on 15/2/17

Not enough money for the lifestyle I deserve.

posted on 15/2/17

comment by HRH King Ledley (U20095)
posted 2 hours, 43 minutes ago
comment by Terminator1 (U1863)
posted 4 hours, 58 minutes ago
comment by Everywhere you go always take Lamela with you. Mopo's #1 fan. (U7905)
posted 48 minutes ago
Although I am sure the attention is annoying, I'm sure 99.999% of the public reaction when they see a top player is praise. Then, the places they will go out will be top end places used to celebs so they probably don't get harassed too much.

I'm sure they must enjoy it when they do a charity day or go to schools and get mobbed by kids who look up to them as some kind of God.

I think if a player is sensible and doesn't seek attention, ie Kane/Bale etc they must live a fantastic life.
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The only reason Kane stays out the limelight is that he's so ugly he terrifies the kids
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Ooh, and to think how narky you got when I mentioned Klopp's Dortmund-yellow teeth

"No need to get personal "

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posted on 16/2/17

I would just grow a beard, they would never recognize me.

comment by KLS (U1695)

posted on 16/2/17

it depends on your situation upon winning 20m!

you can sit there saying in your current situation 20m is quality.

simple fact is you have no idea what it feels like to win a life changing amount of money and that in it's self brings an amount of stress you couldn't imagine.

posted on 16/2/17

I have a little insight into what it would feel like to be honest, living in the midwest with a british accent and being stopped on a daily basis in stores, on jobs, at drive through's etc and i found it very tiresome in the end.

comment by KLS (U1695)

posted on 16/2/17

having first hand experience of winning the lottery, i'll tell you that you couldn't imagine what it's like. the public scrutiny is unimaginable.

posted on 16/2/17

comment by KLS- Jesus! I was expecting a bowl of cornflakes and a quick w@nk, instead I've got some geezer in a stone island jumper with a blade in my face.... (U1695)
posted 8 minutes ago
having first hand experience of winning the lottery, i'll tell you that you couldn't imagine what it's like. the public scrutiny is unimaginable.
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Yeah, the only difference between you and me then is that they wanted to feck me for my looks and accent whereas for you it was just the money.......

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