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Xmac000

Xmac000

Somewhere...
May 23, 2018
102
I'd take the money and get high on weed all day.
 
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Tomasnil

Tomasnil

Mage
Apr 24, 2018
519
Money
 
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Flife

Member
May 21, 2018
18
There is no love. There are only fake promises and lies and lost hope and pain.
 
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Inertia

Member
May 24, 2018
18
I already have a partner who is pretty much everything I could ask for, so I'd take the money. I could pay off my and my partner's debts and leave them in a better place financially.
 
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Santiago

Mage
Mar 25, 2018
588
I would kill myself
 
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Nova

Member
May 26, 2018
82
$1.000.000 is worth nothing these days. You need to add a couple of zero's there.
 
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Pallf

I'm tired
May 27, 2018
356
I'd take the money.
I'm not good with people or relationships so I believe that it's in the best interests of all if I stay away from people.
I'd use the money to buy a small apartment and buy some game consoles and treat myself to some good food.
 
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Ben

Warlock
Sep 12, 2018
784
I've always asked people this question. I figure if I could have the perfect, apple-of-my-eye-and-soul woman, and she loved me like I loved her, everything else would work itself out. So I would take love. We'd be an unstoppable team. The $1 million could buy you a lot of dates and other distractions and pleasures though. What would you do?

Take the money, donate half of it, use the rest partying, and then leave whatever I had left over after I died to my family.
 
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bigj75

bigj75

“From Knowledge springs power."
Sep 1, 2018
2,540
Money
 
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Maravillosa

Maravillosa

Господи помилуй — мир в Україні!
Sep 7, 2018
682
One million dollars is not enough for me :smiling: If about half of the million dollars is to be taken out in taxes and since I want to give to charity and to the Church at least 10% of the gross (~$100,000), that leaves me around $400,000. It is difficult to buy a nice home in Southern California for that price. If I were to pay cash in full for the house or condo (as I would prefer), I would have nothing left to give to family, much less to spend on myself (e.g., travel, books, clothes, jewelry). I have thought about how much money would be worth the trouble, and I think that $200,000,000 is a minimum. With the money that I do not give to charity, the Church or my family, or spend on a nice house and my own desires, I could set up a charitable foundation in my will that could perpetuate my name (perhaps to help promising unpublished middle-aged writers?).
 
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Libido Torpedo

Libido Torpedo

oh um
Sep 18, 2018
34
money = bitches
 
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MAIO

Elementalist
Apr 8, 2018
841
I've always asked people this question. I figure if I could have the perfect, apple-of-my-eye-and-soul woman, and she loved me like I loved her, everything else would work itself out. So I would take love. We'd be an unstoppable team. The $1 million could buy you a lot of dates and other distractions and pleasures though. What would you do?

If she is always going to be your soulmate that I would defiantly take her. However if she is just your soul mate at first than I would take money in a heartbeat.
 
throwaway123

throwaway123

Hell0
Aug 5, 2018
1,446
Love is a lie. Take the money and CTB in style on your own private island. I've never seen true love in my life. It's very rare and even if there was, this world is cruel. Better to leave then suffer with another person.
 
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Libido Torpedo

Libido Torpedo

oh um
Sep 18, 2018
34
Love is a lie. Take the money and CTB in style on your own private island. I've never seen true love in my life. It's very rare and even if there was, this world is cruel. Better to leave then suffer with another person.
love is basically a social construct, but i feel like you're kinda genralising
 
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Ssname

Experienced
Jun 30, 2018
268
Love, I already met my soulmate.
She didn't.

I'm really sorry to hear that. I have too. She also didn't. I don't mean that we haven't met because I was stalking her from a far either. Lived with her most of last year. Best 8 months or so of my life. I would do anything to get that back.
 
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Miss clefable

Enlightened
Aug 23, 2018
1,577
Neither
 
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Kim

Kim

Daydreamer
Sep 18, 2018
155
I already have the perfect partner now. Our love is so strong. I'd never expected that something like that can be real.
The busticket was bought and I thought to myself: Give life a last chance... and there he appaered.

I would never trade that love for money or something else in the world.
 
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worldexploder

worldexploder

Visionary
Sep 19, 2018
2,821
I've been in "love" before...I see it as a form of addiction. When you lose that fix it will send you into mad withdraws. I'd take the money, then use my finances to find a peaceful exit for myself, as well as anyone else who wants to go out with me in style.
 
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worldexploder

worldexploder

Visionary
Sep 19, 2018
2,821
love is basically a social construct, but i feel like you're kinda genralising
It's a romanticized word for an addictive attachment - hence why over half of all marriages end up in divorce. When you're in "love", all those endorphins sort of make you high...like being on drugs. Like drugs, you build up a tolerance to it and poof! The honeymoon period ends and reality begins. I prefer the word "caring". It has a more intellectual connotation to it.
 
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Kev

Kev

Student
Aug 18, 2018
124
Love, absolutely.

I have always had a deep longing for a real and loving relationship. For years, I tried improving myself in order to attract somebody. My complete failure at my paramount evolutionary imperative is the biggest reason I want to CTB. I come from a rich family, and let me tell you: money does not make you happy.

A million dollars doesn't even get you that far nowadays (in a rich country at least). It could fund a few months of wild, awesome experiences, and then you'd be back to square one. If you're smart with it and continue to work for consistent income, a million bucks could set you up to be financially comfortable for the rest of your life, but it is far from crazy riches.
 
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Firefly1

Member
Aug 30, 2018
42
I've always asked people this question. I figure if I could have the perfect, apple-of-my-eye-and-soul woman, and she loved me like I loved her, everything else would work itself out. So I would take love. We'd be an unstoppable team. The $1 million could buy you a lot of dates and other distractions and pleasures though. What would you do?
Love without question. Having the perfect guy who loves me like I love him has always been a dream. If we're together we could get over the obstacles of money
 
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Sayo

Sayo

Not 2B
Aug 22, 2018
520
I'm satisfied in love, which I realise makes me very lucky, and am suicidal anyway. Some issues in the self can not really be overcome except through very committed distraction. I don't think a better partner would make up for my unhappiness inside myself. Maybe I'm just rationalising away what I could and couldn't live with. Bargaining etc

I agree with the posters who pointed out a million wouldn't do much in the medium term. In the short term I could burn through it and then die. In the long term it could have been invested I guess. It doesn't really improve things.

Love is one of the reasons I wish things were different. I think love could make things worth it if I were just not so fucked in the head, if I had less of a diminished capacity to feel it. I went hungry for years and years even as a kid, I just wanted love, perfect love. I made myself so miserable trying to find even the barest hint of it I think it killed some of my ability to internalise affection.

If I had a million I think I'd like to rent a boat and overdose on the water and leave the rest for my family. But there are river cops and I wouldn't be able to operate the boat by myself so...
 
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mattwitt

mattwitt

# 978
Jun 28, 2018
2,307
I'd take the money and then buy me a new dog every 10 - 15 years who will love me unconditionally.
 
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Ryukil93

Member
Aug 13, 2018
96
I would say love. $1,000,000 while a lot, isn't really that much. Not that I wouldn't take it if someone offered it to me for nothing, but finding a perfect partner I think would actually save my life. Finding a person who is perfectly compatible is rare and if one just materialized worth more than $1,000,000 to me. Having a perfect partner to live and grow with would help me a lot. Unfortunately, though I used to be very good looking and girls and sometimes guys flirted with me all the time, I have social anxiety and so missed out on tons of experiences.
 
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Sayo

Sayo

Not 2B
Aug 22, 2018
520
I'd take the money and then buy me a new dog every 10 - 15 years who will love me unconditionally.
Ha, I like this.

The problem is grieving for the dog. My dog is dying and it's gonna fuck up my ability to connect with new animals for a while. The perfect lover only dies once. But I guess people have many attendant problems too.

I was reading dog grief stuff recently and there was a quote by some asshole Sir Walter Scott to the effect of - But if he [dog] lived for fifty years then died, what would become of me? I was like are you kidding, you could spend the best parts of your life with the dog. Perfect partnership.
 
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mattwitt

mattwitt

# 978
Jun 28, 2018
2,307
Ha, I like this.

The problem is grieving for the dog. My dog is dying and it's gonna fuck up my ability to connect with new animals for a while. The perfect lover only dies once. But I guess people have many attendant problems too.

I was reading dog grief stuff recently and there was a quote by some asshole Sir Walter Scott to the effect of - But if he [dog] lived for fifty years then died, what would become of me? I was like are you kidding, you could spend the best parts of your life with the dog. Perfect partnership.

They can clone dogs nowadays : )
 
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Brokenanddeadinside

Brokenanddeadinside

Specialist
Aug 8, 2018
396
I'd take the love over any amount of money.
 
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Deleted_9cKnXB34QG

Mage
Jun 26, 2018
501
I'll take the money and buy myself a Caucasian Shepherd and a Siberian cat. We'll live in a small hut somewhere in Scandinavia.
That way I'll be rich and have a loving, fluffy family ^_^

I don't believe in human love.
 
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mattwitt

mattwitt

# 978
Jun 28, 2018
2,307
I'll take the money and buy myself a Caucasian Shepherd and a Siberian cat. We'll live in a small hut somewhere in Scandinavia.
That way I'll be rich and have a loving, fluffy family ^_^

I don't believe in human love.
Sounds perfect !
 
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couldntthinkofaname

couldntthinkofaname

Mage
Aug 31, 2018
565
its scientifical proven that love is more important for the happiness of human than money given that you dont live under the existencial minimum
 
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