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Woman Spent All Her Money on Powerball Tickets, Then Sets Up a GoFundMe To Get it Back

Would you donate to this woman who spent all her life savings on lotto tickets?

Mika Castro





Hitting the lotto jackpot worth millions, is something we try our luck with from time to time. You may have tried and bought a ticket just for the heck of experiencing it, and then kinda hoping that you were lucky enough to win right?

However, some people take their lotto very very seriously. How serious? Well a woman named Cinnamon Nicole from Cordova, Tennessee allegedly spent all her family’s money to buy Powerball Lotto tickets. The jackpot of almost $1.6 billion was indeed tempting. And eventually, one of the three winners came from Tennessee, but unfortunately it was not Nicole.

So what to do when you just blew all your cash on losing tickets? You can try to ask the internet for some charity. So our lotto-spending heroine setup her Gofundme page asking people for donations to help her and her family get back from their loss.

A screenshot of Nicole's GoFundme page that has since been taken down:

A screenshot of Nicole's GoFundme page that has since been taken down

And this is what she actually wrote on her Gofundme page description,

Please help me and my family as we have exausted all of our funds. We spent all of our money on lottery tickets (expecting to win the 1.5 billion) and are now in dire need of cash. With your small donation of at least $1.00, a like and one share, I’m certain that we will be able to pick ourselves up from the trenches of this lost and spend another fortune trying to hit it big again! PLEASE, won’t you help a family in need. DONATE NOW.

Okaaaay a couple of you might be doing eye rolls at her ridiculous expectation that she will win the jackpot. But well she’s been pretty innovative and forward thinking on how to get back some money right? I don’t know which is more bothersome though, the fact that she is ready to spend all her fortune again trying to hit the jackpot; or the fact that a few people actually donated some money for her “lost cause”.

Well what do you think of this story?

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This Cheating Girlfriend Experiment Proves That Most Men Are Scumbags

Social Experiment revealed how men would react when a woman in a relationship asked to “hook up”.

Kat Lozada



Asian viral video creator, Josh Paler Lin teamed up with Lauren Caster and came up with a social experiment on cheating. Lauren plays the part of Josh’ girlfriend as she goes around the city of San Francisco asking guys to hang with her or go out with her, knowing she has a boyfriend.

We were surprised at the reaction of the guys Lauren asked because it says a lot on how people view relationships and cheating these days. These two pranksters upped the ante when Lauren mentioned she was engaged. We found the last guy’s reaction totally insane.

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Woman Has Her Miniskirt Stolen While Walking in China

A guy just stole a miniskirt from a woman while she was walking and this is what happened.

Kat Lozada



A woman was walking in broad daylight when her miniskirt was stolen by a man people are saying could be a pervert. The girl was in a short skirt and heels with a hand bag on her left shoulder. In the 40-second video, the guy could be seen trailing the woman.

The video showed the guy holding a mobile phone, walking at a fast pace while looking over his shoulder from time to time. In just a matter of a few seconds, the guy ran behind the woman, crouches down, pushes the girl to the floor and pulls off her skirt straight down to her ankles.

People saw what had happened but did not bother to help the girl or catch the skirt thief.


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Guy Buys Cheap Hoverboard Online. It Explodes Before He Can Use It!

Exploding hoverboard caught on video!

Mark Andrew



Although hoverboards have become very popular as of late, many people still reject its name because they have wheels and, you know, they do not hover at all – pretty much unlike what Marty McFly used in the Back to the Future movies.

A bigger issue about these hoverboards, however, is that several news reports have confirmed that some of these two-wheeled boards explode.

Besides, some enterprising manufacturers (mostly from China) created their own low-cost versions and sold them to the public for a much cheaper price. What’s the catch here, you ask? Well, the products are obviously substandard and so user safety can be a problem.

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