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I got your luckbox right here
So, our office did one of those Christmas exchanges where you chose something at random from under the tree, or you could take a present someone already opened. The first present was 10 lottery scratch-offs. I was the second-to-last to choose, and I grabbed it instead of picking the beers-of-the-world left under the tree.
Then, to torture the rest of my work-mates, I scratched them off at the rate of one ticket every 2 hours. After cashing in the free tickets I’d won, I wound up $18 ahead.
How sick is it that I was more excited about that $18 than any other Christmas present?