So, you've just won £148m...

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by cloggsy, 14 Aug 2012.

  1. I like Skol

    I like Skol Hold my beer and watch this....

    We put on extra in the 100 millionaires draw in the syndicate I am in at work. I think we doubled the entry?
  2. Leedsbusdriver

    Leedsbusdriver Neither a vice president or executive member

    Well they say the lottery is a tax on the stupid:laugh:
    (That was a joke BTW)
    Mad Doug Biker likes this.
  3. I like Skol

    I like Skol Hold my beer and watch this....

    Taken as such :thumbsup:
  4. You could credit card tour for nearly 3,000 years with that (ignoring inflation and interest).

    Alternatively you could tour with all of your friends for the rest of your life. That'd do me. :biggrin:
    Dayvo likes this.
  5. OP

    cloggsy Boardmanist

    North Yorkshire
  6. Nearly there

    Nearly there Über Member

    With that kind of money you could hire someone to ride your bike for you :laugh:
    Mad Doug Biker likes this.
  7. Archie_tect

    Archie_tect De Skieven Architek... aka Penfold

    First thing Mrs Bayford wants to do is buy an Audi Q7.... local cyclists better watch out!
    User14044 likes this.
  8. Red Light

    Red Light Guest

    I think we need a 99.5% tax band to redistribute it to the poor. Isn't that the solution usually proposed here to deal with people with money? Interesting that given the thought of having so much money, nearly everyone is talking about how they would horde it away from others, when as someone pointed out, even 0.5% of it would be a life changing amount. But all those good principles seem to have hypothetically gone out the window.
  9. Archie_tect

    Archie_tect De Skieven Architek... aka Penfold

    How much money is too much money?
  10. marinyork

    marinyork Resting in suspended Animation

    I'm acquainted with/know of (I don't 'know' well or am friends with them) someone who won £150k on the lottery. They seemed pretty level headed from what I could tell and that that was somewhere in the right ball park if you get what I mean (for where they were in their life, for others it might be +/-).
  11. Theseus

    Theseus .

    I thought that 99.5% of it was given to them by the poor in the first place.

    I wish people would make thier minds up.
    Glow worm, summerdays and Night Train like this.
  12. Night Train

    Night Train Maker of Things

    Greater Manchester
    I don't think the quantity of money is the issue, more the emotional stability of the person who has it.
  13. PpPete

    PpPete Guru

    Chandler's Ford
    Be nice to have somewhere to store all the family's bikes...
    4 children x (n+1) makes for a very crowded garage.
  14. Drago

    Drago Flouncing Nobber

    If I won 148 mill I'd go to work, crap on the bosses desk, chuck a fistful of fifties in his face and never work again.

    Other than not working, driving a Bentley, wearing panda fur Y fronts and riding a Plutonium plated bike it wouldn't change me one bit.

    Seriously though, I'd give to charity, family, friends etc. I'd probably live much as I am now. No castles or Ferraris for me, though a lot more bike riding.
    Mad Doug Biker likes this.
  15. yello

    yello Legendary Member

    I don't think I could spend that amount of money. I reckon I'd run out of ideas well before I got to the half million mark.
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