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If I won the Lottery and I mean a crazy amount I'd panic. Being hadend that amount of money overnight would scare the living daylights out of me. But once I'd calmed down? The first thing I'd do would be to put enough away so that I could realistically assume that I'd never have to worry about money again. And I wouldn't touch that money unless it was an emergency or I'd somehow managed to spend the rest of it. Then I'd pay off my mortgage.But after that, there's only two things that really spring to mind; gaming and travelling. i wish that I could do more of both of those. If I ever had a big Lottery win, there'd be no more waiting for a game to come down in price; if I was dying to play it, I'd get it on release. And I'd never be without the latest PlayStation. And I'd have more holidays. I'm not interested in five star hotels or luxury cruises but it would be nice to be able to throw some clothes in a backpack and just go, knowing that I could afford to do it. I know that I'd have to continue working though. I couldn't travel all the time and I couldn't play video games all the time, I'd have to have some other commitment. I'd give whatever I earned away to charity, or maybe I'd find voluntary work. It wouldn't matter, so long as I was doing something.To be honest, winning the in the traditional sense probably wouldn't appeal to me that much. It'd be nice not to never have to worry about money but there aren't many people who have that. So long as I have enough and I'm happy enough in what I do, I'm ok. Cliched as it might sound, it really is true that money can't buy you happiness.

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