Nobody won the Powerball last week, so that $800 million prize has now jumped to $1.5 billion. The odds of winning are slim but that doesn’t mean we aren’t all freaking out over the chance to be millionaires.
Some people are offering some pretty solid and level-headed advice on what to do with your winnings.
Por eso digo que el que se gane el POWERBALL tiene la vida hecha. Sólo es saber administrar la plata y ella se multiplica sola. Algún día
— Steeven. (@orozcosteeven) January 13, 2016
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But, just like your probability of actually winning, the number of level-headed people talking about the lottery are very slim.
Most people are already blowing the money they
don’t have a chance of winning.
— Chencha Martínez (@SoyLaChencha) January 13, 2016
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And they are thinking BIG!
Si me saco el Powerball me compro una isla y desaparezco como los de Lost JAJAJAJAJA
— St. Lucifer ☽ (@unnombreahi_17) January 13, 2016
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Why wait? If you are soo confident, just buy the stuff now and pay when you win. #simplelogic
While a few are planning some good community service with their winnings.
— Gabriel Peláez (@gabrielpelaez) January 13, 2016
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That’s soooo sweet. PM me so I can send you my address. I’ll be waiting for my check. ¡Gracias, Gabriel!
And some of the potential charity recipients are already being notified.
— Keith Stubbs (@thekeithstubbs) January 13, 2016
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No te preocupes, El Chapo. Keith is on a mission to get you a new tank top.
There is some serious dough being thrown at the Powerball right now.
63$ en el powerball mas vale que gane! 🙄
— Gabriel Solís (@soliss__23) January 13, 2016
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“Look. I know I don’t have a chance to win this, but just take all my money before I change my mind.” – Every Latino ever.
Some folks are finally coming to terms with the reality that they will never win.
Voy a jugar el powerball pq me gusta botar dinero en cosas imposibles
— Frida Nipol (@_DoctorQuien) January 13, 2016
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And reality really bites.
pretty sure El Chapo has better odds to escape prison again than me winning the power ball
— Simon Kuntz (@SimonKuntz) January 13, 2016
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Others have lost touch with reality completely.
estaba hablando con Dios y me dijo q el powerball me lo sacaba yo
— silicaria (@fucksili) January 13, 2016
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You know, because dealing with famines and disasters is just too mainstream for God to handle nowadays.
It wouldn’t be a Powerball story without a Puerto Rico buzzkill.
A ti boricua q juegas hoy el PowerBall…Espero tengas suerte ,pero si quieres la estabilidad politica y bonanza economica para PR:Estadidad
— Eric (@Ericpr40) January 13, 2016
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Your statehood talk has no business here, buddy!
There’s speculation about where the jackpot money is really coming from.
That powerball money is some of El Chapos money Im tellin ya! 😁
— Navpreet Jaspal (@Navpretzel) January 13, 2016
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Seriously, though. I don’t think El Chapo cares about the money.
People are already planning there celebrations. 🎊 🎉
La cancion si me pego el PowerBall 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/nXhrB7woEk
— Luis (@_mesientojevi) January 13, 2016
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You’d be the king, for sure.
But mostly, people just want the chance to prove that money is not going to change them.
— Angel Baby (@AngelBbyDJ) January 13, 2016
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Like me. I swear, I will still come to work and coupon like it’s my religion.