So It Begins
Heather begins to understand why so many folks who win the Lottery end up worse off. It’s like Gary Larson’s clown; you never can tell what your friends really think of you.
Next week is a three comic week starting Monday. I better get started. In the meantime here’s the new voicemail video.
8 thoughts on “So It Begins”
ah the burden of being filthy rich. paying for everything you do with your not-rich friends
Yep. I’m not sure Heather would even know how to handle it. She apparently agrees.
personally i think it’s not a big deal so long as you are rich enough and your friends don’t start asking for cars or something. if i was a billionaire you wouldn’t really know it looking at me since i would be living in an apartment typical of people in their twenties who have minimum wage jobs and would just use the money i have to buy food and pay bills (and video games, that’s a must). I’m reclusive enough that i rarely go out to socialize and when i do i can seem generous by paying for whatever i do with whatever friends i have. i am pretty sure Heather is not a social recluse, but she can keep her wealth quiet by just living as if nothing happened, no outstanding purchases just paying for food and bills
I’m with you. If I were wealthy you wouldn’t know it either. I would spend the majority of my money quietly investing in creative or entrepreneurial people.
Hell… I took Molly’s reply sarcastically! She’s drug herself up in a very similar way to her friend, that pizza comment is a “fuck you” between friends, and ‘so it begins’ is a “fuck you too 🙂 “. Maybe I’m just simple that way.
That’s exactly what it is. Two friends yanking each other’s chains. 🙂 Heather has nothing to fear from Molly.
As long as her money is still fictional/etherium, her wealth could drop to zero again at any moment.
This is indeed so.