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    Give a large proportion to my immediate family, lets say about 90% and then the rest to charity.
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    Pretty surprised at the amount of people saying they'd give a large proportion to charity tbh.
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    do something really badass so i got the police or criminals chasing me. Then go down a crowded street with them following me and throw all the notes in the air behind me. hehehe!
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    (Original post by gunit123)
    Get RvP to sign a contract for the rest of his career at Arsenal
    i dont think it will be enough
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    (Original post by Tokyoround)
    Pretty surprised at the amount of people saying they'd give a large proportion to charity tbh.
    Why? You're family don't need the money. There are much more deserving people who need the money. Plus, 1 million on 4% interest will get you 40,000 per year that's enough to live comfortably around the world renting houses.
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    All of it would go to my family, apart from what I spend in my last week. I wouldnt spend loads anyway, just maybe do a few once in a lifetime things like skydiving etc.
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    Spent some of it on doing stuff with my family/friends, donate a couple of million to charity and then spread the rest between the people that I love.
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    (Original post by Annoying-Mouse)
    Why? You're family don't need the money. There are much more deserving people who need the money. Plus, 1 million on 4% interest will get you 40,000 per year that's enough to live comfortably around the world renting houses.
    I don't know, personally I don't trust charities. I'd rather go use the money to start a hospital, build a well or something so I know for sure my money is making a difference.
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    (Original post by TheCurlyHairedDude)
    With £10,000,000 I'd ****ing pay someone to find a cure for my garunteed disease!
    a week to fund the cure...?
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    I'd spoil the crap out of my family and friends, especially my parents.
    Give my family enough of it to be financially secure for the rest of their lives.
    Then probably give the rest to charity. Also I'd buy a rolex and some nice designer clothes to be buried in because I can.
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    (Original post by Tokyoround)
    I don't know, personally I don't trust charities. I'd rather go use the money to start a hospital, build a well or something so I know for sure my money is making a difference.
    There are many worthy charities that you can see exactly where your money goes and how many goes exactly to the cause and how many goes on administrative stuff/employment salaries.
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    (Original post by Daveandhiswhitevan)
    I'd buy 100kg of pure weed
    And then use some of the money to roll it up
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    Buy a car.
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    Spend it all on expensive hoes :ahee:
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    I'd split money between:

    1) Setting up a research centre for Aplastic Anemia, a rare blood condition
    2) Fund the Anthony Nolan Trust, in getting more people into Bone Marrow Donation and increase amount spent on research of BM conditions.
    3) Split 20% of the money between family making sure they will be comfortable for life.

    What little money I have left (< £1 million), I would live in absolute comfort for the rest of my days (ok probs 2 days but still)!
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    Buy a £10,000,000 car and drive it off a cliff in a fit of rage.
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    (Original post by Blackshadow)
    Spend it all on expensive hoes :ahee:
    Blush and uzzy. They're very expensive, blush £0.01/hour and uzzy £0.001/hour

    But i told you in another thread, your 10,000,000 monies is ready, all i need is your pin
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    I'd give most of it to my family, especially my parents (probably £7 million) and then give some to my friends, as my closest friend I've known since I was 3 so I'd like to say thanks
    I'd like to go and visit as many places as I could within 7 days, all around Europe maybe and do skydiving and hold a massive party!
    Then I'd give the rest to charity, not sure which ones though. Also would donate some to my old schools, local places I always visit and local businesses and hospitals to help them out as they'd been part of my life.
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    1. Buy a decent Fake I.D
    2. Go to a decent casino (don't know any right now)
    3. Roulette Wheel 'til I'm dead
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    (Original post by ak137)
    Blush and uzzy. They're very expensive, blush £0.01/hour and uzzy £0.001/hour

    But i told you in another thread, your 10,000,000 monies is ready, all i need is your pin
    Lmfao, they're not hoes, they're princesses! Especially Uzzy :ahee:

    I want some nice curvy lasses chilling with me in the Bahamas :sexface:

    You ain't getting no pin, I have something else you might like though :perv:
 
 
 
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