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My biggest takeaway from this absurd in every sense of the word scenario, is what the hell is one to do with a Skype balance? For real though. How do you go about allocating that shit? Can you convert it--is there some strange sort of Skype currency we're dealing with here? Either way, this dude's probably best to opt for the cash-out route. Take the money and run, broheme.

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Sometimes when you have a car that’s worth more than $150,000, you have to show the world that you don’t give an F about S. 

This is even better than one of those screamer mufflers becasue it turns out 20 rubber chickens shoved in a tailpipe sounds like a thousand cats crying for food. 

Icing on the cake? This license plate:


Seems like this would be a good time to post this clip from Beverly Hills Cop. Hey, it involves tailpipes.

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Next time you buy a lottery ticket, maybe let the machine pick your numbers.

According to TIME, Dante Castillo from NJ swears by his lucky numbers, but it was when a clerk accidentally allowed the machine to generate his ticket that he hit it big. So ask yourself, are your lucky numbers worth $1-million, because his weren't.

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It seems like everyone won in this scenerio. Well, almost. Castillo won the Cash4Life lottery, but he and his wife chose the lump sum of a cool million. The convenient store will get $10,000 bonus from the lottery officials for selling the ticket. And the machine who generated the ticket, nothing. Again, we're just digging our own grave when it comes time for the Great War between man and machine.

So what does this prove? Does luck exist? Why do we hold on to superstitions when it's clear the universe is left up to chance and coincidence? Oh, whatever. This guy lucked out.

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