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    BAM! You win the Tui catch! What do you spend the $100,000 on?

    I would pay off all my debts (sigh, student loan...), invest half of it and have a big party Oh, and buy a grand piano!

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    Would save it to use on a house deposit, I guess. Maybe a bit of travel first.

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    Travel. lots of travel. Then hopefully pay off my current student loan....or fund a master's degree overseas somewhere
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    God knows. Pay a good chunk of the mortgage off, I guess.
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    Would save it to use on a house deposit, I guess. Maybe a bit of travel first.

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    I'd spend it on a really good divorce lawyer
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    I'd be boring and use it to pay off my mortgage.
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    I'd invest in in land, which I would harvest to grow fruits and vegetables. I would then sell those to the supermarket chains and make money. With that money I would open a grocery shop, which would eventually grow to a super market. I would then go national and have chains, after which I would offer other products like insurance, prescription drugs, opticians, credit card, etc. I would name my company Tisco. Eventually I would grow so big that everyone would become sick of me. And the next day I will wake up to find that all this was a dream.

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    Buy one third of a decent flat...or maybe join an Australian suburban cricket club's 5th XI for a season
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    Buy a home and get out of the rented place I live in currently
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    Where do you live?

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