anonymous
  • anonymous
If you was walking down the street and happen to find a lottory ticket and you see that it is a winner for 40 million dollars you are about to turn it in but someone said that they lost there ticket and you have it would you give it back? And if you said no you would keep it and you was filthy rich and walk by that SAME person and they are on the streets poor would you give them some of your money?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I was just wondering about what other people would say.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes , I'm not that mean
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm good answer but me personally would keep the cash but I would give that person 50% of the cash.

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javalos01
  • javalos01
i would give him 75% or more i would tell him can i have a lil if he says no than its no cuz its his not mine
javalos01
  • javalos01
@puppylovers is i keep it i would be livin in guilt

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