When you win 100 mill will you tell your wife/husband :)


ummm  would be nice not to tell em right away and surpise em with a waterfront home somewhere on the ocean  either that or just plain ol dissapearJester


Right away is my answer. I would certainly hope for the same should my wife hit the jackpot.

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Nope. I don't have a wife.

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Yea, right after the divorce is final!  LOL!


Just kidding honey!Boxing


I don't have a wife, but I would have a harem, especially when I'm sipping on hundred dollar a bottle champagne in the middle of the tropics on a 10 million dollar yacht.

God bless Hugh Hefner!

Avatar will be a little hard to hide the fact that I won once my wife sees me pulling into the driveway with my brand new Porsche 911 Turbo.

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I don't see how you could keep it from them, but, a few years ago a woman held a winning ticket for some monrths, then gave it to her husband for Chrstmas, in a Christmas card or wrapped in a very small box, and said, "I'm sorry honey, this is the best I could do this year".



Have thought about this for a while, and it would go off in one of two ways:

1) Hire an attorney, create a blind trust, and have the trust claim the prize and receive the winnings anonymously.  Then, once the cash hits the bank, fly in the in-laws into town on a private jet, without their full knowledge of what was going on, nor my wife having a clue.  Then spring it on them at a great resturant in a private room.

2) Call the wife, and tell her to come down to the attorney's office, stating that I had received papers related to pending suit, and that she needs to come down to be part of the discussion concerning the defense.  Then, when she arrives, spring it on her in a private conference room.

Either way, she will never work again. 

In reflection, I think that I like the first method the best.

Anyone else have greater ambitions/ideas in mind?




"If you want to do something bad enough, you'll find the will, the way, and the means to get the job done, no matter what!"

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I am not married, but I do have a girlfriend and we had a son together! So on a legal standpoint, I don't have to say not one word to her about my winning the jackpot! Of course it would be claimed by a trust, then when the money hits the bank, most of it would be moved offshore. Oh just to let some of you know, the IRS does have agreements with some countries for them to tell them about US citizens with nice size bank accounts, so they can be taxed by the IRS! I'll make sure to use a bank offshore with no such agreement with the IRS! Big Grin

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