“I hope it don't change me a lot. I'm still going to wear my jeans. Maybe newer ones.”
And definitely don't leave it out while you're sleeping.
Claiming a massive jackpot right away isn't always a smart move, but what is this person waiting for?
The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver was seen buying over $100 worth of Mega Millions tickets so he could use (part of?) the $1.5 billion jackpot to pay Bell.
By Tuesday night, officials estimate roughly 75 percent of all the possible Mega Millions combinations will have been purchased.
Martin isn’t the first person to cash in thanks to the psychic abilities of a cellophane-wrapped cookie.
Turns out this aunt really did sue her nephew.
"I once asked a winner what he'd do with the win. And he said, 'Oh, I’m going to the dentist.'”
Once the $1 million check was split in half, things got ugly.
“It was like this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience to pay tribute as a commoner, so to speak.”
That would be a bummer.