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Fake Lottery Tickets

Updated on November 17, 2012

Everyone wants to win the Lottery - Right?

Are you feeling a little Evil? Are you looking to play a good joke on a Loved One, a Friend, a Coworker or Boss? Do you know someone who is always buying Lottery Tickets, but never wins? Well how about playing a joke by giving them a Fake Lottery Ticket. Now keep in mind these Fake Lottery Tickets will bring a large range of emotions from the one scratching them - so you may want to give this gift with Caution.

What is a Fake Lottery Ticket?

Well it is just that - "A Fake Lottery Ticket". Everyone is a winner - well not really, but when it is scratched off it appears as though you are. It is an Evil Joke you can play on someone to make them think they just one thousands of dollars only to find out when they read the back on how they claim their prize it was all just a cruel Joke on them. Evil - YES - Cruel - YES - but isn't any joke?

Here is where the range of emotions will come in:

The one who scratches the Fake Lottery Ticket will be shocked they just won such a large amount of cash.

The excitement overwhelms them and they jump around thinking what they can buy with this money and all the bills they can pay off.

They may even cry and hug everyone around them. Maybe they call someone to tell them the news - it will be a very happy moment for the winner.

You let them have their moment to take it all in as you are laughing inside to what is yet to come. When you feel it is time you have them read the back of the ticket asking them how and where they claim the money.

So they turn the Fake Lottery Ticket over to read something like - To claim your prize Go to Yo Momma's House or Visit Santa Claus. Each Ticket says something different.

Now comes the laughing from everyone else in the room, but the former winner. The excitement they just felt turns into a state of shock and confusion.

Once they realize the joke was one them a few things could happen:

They laugh too

They cry

They run to you with the intent to kill - if this is the one that takes place - RUN RUN RUN.

Photo Credit - TheInsider

Lets take a look at one in Action

People NOT to give a Fake Lottery Ticket to: - Use Caution when

  • They may have a Heart Condition
  • They own a Gun
  • a Sharp object is close by
  • They may be unstable Mentally

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    • cjbmeb14 lm profile image

      cjbmeb14 lm 

      5 years ago

      I could never do this to someone else. One minute you have won a fortune and the next it is taken away.

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      anonymous 

      8 years ago

      This is one of those lenses that I will give 5* to because it is so well laid out, but I must confess I hate the whole concept.Giving a fake lottery ticket has to be one of the most cruel jokes anyone can play on someone. There's a lot of people really struggling for money at the moment, some are in debt but dont tell anyone about it. Some people see winning the lottery as the only way out of the predicament they are in and many people are in desperate financial trouble not because of anything they did to get there.As Bambi says, to give someone hope like that and then take it away....OK, I'll stop now....

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      Barkely 

      8 years ago

      I've heard stories about fake lottery tickets, but I've never given or received one. My father in law gets us real lottery tickets every year, but I never seem to win anything:-P Sounds like a fun gift idea!

    • thepartyanimal2 profile imageAUTHOR

      thepartyanimal2 

      8 years ago

      @mysticmama lm: That is why when I wrote this I added that you have to take caution and know the emotions one will go through. I have never used them myself on anyone. I hope hubby has since recovered. I guess you just never know how one will react - just as you saw in the last video - that was devastating and why it is there..

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      Bambi Watson 

      8 years ago

      I'm glad you added that last video... to show how funny these fake lottery tickets are not... I was dumb enough to give my hubby one once...and it ended up breaking my heart to tell him it was fake... then he wouldn't talk to me for hours & I had thought he would get a kick out of it, because he has a wicked & twisted sense of humor... but as he explained to me...giving someone hope & then taking it away like that... isn't funny... it's just hurtful.

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