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My (former) People.

Hi-ho plebs! Welcome back to another fascinating installment here at ChipIn Millionaire. I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you that we’re not a dating site, we’re a relationship giving me seemingly inconsequential sums of money site. So please, encourage your friends to give me seemingly inconsequential sums of money. All of them. As often as you can.

Today we’ll be discussing my interactions with the lesser folk. You see, once I become a Millionaire, the people I associate with now will (obviously) not be attending the same parties as I am. I will be attending Millionaire parties with my Millionaire pals.

Some gentlemen at a Millionaire Party

A spontaneous hotel room Millionaire party

While my current associates will, of course, be left associating amongst themselves and attending the current parties that I myself am obliged to attend, if only because I am not yet able to attend true Millionaire parties. I do manage to compensate for this somewhat by occasionally holding Millionaire Parties at my house and inviting a wide range of cardboard cutouts of Millionaires.

So, this begs the obvious question. What becomes of these people once I am living the good life, attending Millionaire parties and driving cars more expensive than their houses? Of course, I will need to strive to keep in touch with these people. They are, after all, an invaluable source of manual labour, no doubt willing to clean my house for what will be, by that time, mere pocket change. Plus, if I ensure I remain on good terms with these people even though the inner Millionaire in me strives to break free, they might apply a discount for these services, allowing me to conserve more of my money. This is clearly the best way to deal with these non-Millionaires.

Of course, I’m joking. I’ve known some of these people a very long time. In a few cases since High School. I’m talking about some of my nearest and dearest friends. I couldn’t maintain contact just so I could use them as a mere workforce.

There’s not a chance in hell I’ll be talking to them when I’m a Millionaire.

(unless they get a Million dollars and come to Millionaire Parties)

– The Millionaire.

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