Sheffield buying a lottery ticket by any chance?click here
What does the link show?
somebody bought lotto ticket and won £5 million - hasn't come forward to claim it yet.let it be me :)
Same as what I got when clicked on the link.Funnily enough some forum members refuse to click on links so I thought I'd be as aloof.Boring innit.Never near the place at the time.Blast it..
No need to click it. Just hover your mouse over it and the URL will appear at the bottom of your browser.I fully undertand people asking what tinyurl and other obscure links are but you should check it as I described before asking.
Sorry for typos... wife is nagging, I mean talking and I must anwser....
" rdave13No need to click it. Just hover your mouse over it and the URL will appear at the bottom of your browser." "I fully undertand people asking what tinyurl and other obscure links are but you should check it as I described before asking."I did. Don't know 'yahoo' so nay likely to click on a link YOU say is safe. Savvy?
You don't know what Yahoo is?I don't believe you.
'I don't believe you.'Yahoo calling me a liar sir?Twenty paces at dawn!The gauntlet is thrown..
In 2005 someone in Doncaster won £9.4 million, but didn't claim the money. In 2008 a Devon ticket holder had the lucky numbers in the EuroMillions lottery. He or she never claimed the £6.9 million prize.Every week approximately £2 million goes unclaimed.All of that pales into insignificance when compared to the person who, in 2007, won a New York lottery prize of $31 million, and didn't claim it.
I think 'tactical fibber' fits more than 'cold liar'. That's normally used in serious offences... you just denied knowing one of the biggest company names on the internet.
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