Sherry Taylor

Would You Do This For a Million $$??
Would You Do This For a Million $$??

There Is a great book by John Peak, that is all hypothetical questions as to what you would and would not do for a million dollars. With the Powerball at $400 million, what would you do for the money?

— Using a circular saw, you must cut off the finger of your choice.

— Spend one year in the general population at a maximum security prison.

— You may never watch another television program for the rest of your life.

— You can only use public restrooms for the rest of your life… and you must always sit right down without looking at the bowl first.

— Wear headphones blaring “Don’t Worry Be Happy” day and night, non-stop, continually for six months.

— Eat a bowl of other people’s scabs.

— Wear your hair exactly like Don King’s, every day, for two years.

— Take any domestic compact car to 70 mph on the highway. You must turn the wheel sharply and flip the car at least once to get the money.

— You can never have another alcoholic beverage for the rest of your life.

— Wear excessive amounts of fart spray, as cologne, every day, for the next five years.

— You must live in a home without any power for 5 years.

— Hold your breath and stick your head in an elephant’s butt for 30 seconds.

— Clean the entire bathroom of the areas dirtiest gas station bathroom, using nothing more than your tongue.

 

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