Lottery Ticket versus CHEESEBURGER … A “Smoking Hot” Lottery Tip !
Some time ago, while I was waiting in line to validate my lottery tickets at my local lottery store …
… a middle aged man with a bad breath who was lined up just in front of me called me “STUPID” for playing the lottery.
When it was his turn at the counter, I noticed he was buying a pack of cigarettes.
When we were face-to-face again, I couldn’t resist telling him what I though was right:
“I guarantee you that my lottery tickets won’t kill me, but your “STUPID” tobacco addiction will eventually get you.”.
Honestly, I am not pointing my finger to smokers. I am an ex-smoker myself who gave up cigarettes 12 years ago. But the above event inspired me to write this post, so I hope you will enjoy my newest ‘Smoking Hot’ Lottery Tip.
I love to play lottery ball games, no doubt about that.
But I love to eat food as well.
The price of a quality cheeseburger in the USA is about the same as the price of a lottery ticket:
around $2 bucks
Here’s my Free “YUMMIE” Tip …
The next time you spend money on tickets, think in terms of how many cheeseburgers you can buy with that kind of money.
It’s food for thought (literally) and a good trick to AVOID overspending.
There are, however, even more similarities between lottery tickets and cheeseburgers.
Good cheeseburgers are juicy and tender … while bad burgers are dry and overcooked.
Likewise with lottery tickets!
Good tickets offer you a best chance to win … while bad tickets offer you a best chance to lose.
It all depends on the number distribution footprint of each individual ticket.
As I told you in some of my previous posts, nearly all jackpot winning tickets are marked by a typical number distribution footprint.
FULL documented proof about this winning footprint has been published on Winslips’ blog pages, and this twice per week since 2011 (till TODAY):
Honestly, do yourself a favor and play ONLY tickets that have that winning footprint.
Here’s the world’s ONLY tool that guarantees you to play footprinted tickets (and nothing else):
To your awesome success in 2018,