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I have millions but pretend to be homeless

“Jeeves, could you get me some soda?” I demanded from my butler. His name wasn’t really Jeeves – I just called him that for fun.

“Yes sir.” he replied.

“Make me a sandwich while you’re at it.” I said.

He nodded and left.

Having people refer to me as ‘sir’ made me feel quite important – especially since I was only in my last year of middle school. My parents owned several luxury hotels in the South Pacific and in addition to that, my mom was the heir to a massive family fortune. If you want to have a massive fortune as well let’s get this video to 50,000 likes and everyone watching this video will be rich. Really! So I guess you could say I grew up like a prince. Servants pampered me and I had to do nothing for myself.

My bedroom was the size of a middle class family’s house and I’m not exaggerating. It had everything you could imagine! I had my own arcade, two televisions, a cotton candy machine, basketball court, Jacuzzi, and a section I liked to call ‘the zoo’. It wasn’t a real zoo of course, but it was where I kept my exotic pets; a squirrel monkey, royal python, komodo dragon and an ordinary poodle I called Frank. But apart from that I was a regular kid. I liked video games, hanging out with my other rich friends and playing sports – especially football.

The best part of my life was that my parents weren’t overbearing or controlling. They wanted me to grow up into a self-sufficient, independent person. That meant they pretty much let me do whatever I wanted. So I got to hang out with my friends and do whatever I felt like doing.

One Saturday afternoon after football practice, I was walking around town with my friend Andy. We were feeling really hungry after a pretty intense practice session so we decided to stop at a 7-11 to grab a snack. As I left the building with a Slurpee the size of my head, an old man bumped into my shoulder and half of my drink spilled onto the pavement.

“Hey watch it!” I said angrily.

“I’m sorry.” he replied.

I took a good look at him and realized that he was wearing dirty clothes and he looked like he hadn’t showered in months.

“I haven’t eaten all day. Do you have five dollars to spare?” he asked.

“Sure.” I said while digging into my pocket. I handed him the money.


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