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Wilfredo1882

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So with the Powerball Lottery hitting $110 million. I was thinking, "How much would it cost to have a full time women(most likely a pro dominatrix) keep me diapered and change me 24/7?". Pretty much let her do whatever she wants to me but keep me diapered the whole time.

I know there have been guys who have duped nurses and care takers into doing this because they fake injuries or what not. This would be 100% consensual.

I was thinking $70k and full time room and board with 2 days off each week.

Like I said random thought.
 

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if I won/came across a substantial amount of money I wouldn't be hiring a nanny or anything like that. I'd just go about daily life and not worry about much anything financially (financial planer) would be must.

Plus your be inviting a dominatrix who doesn't care about you into having some control over you knowing your super rich. This doesn't sound like one of the better ideas I've heard.
 

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Obviously I would have a financial planner. Besides winning my High School fake stock game in my business class, I know next to nothing about investing. I would even more than likely have a contract with the dom. I am sure there are lawyers and other people with kinks out there that can provide these sort of securities and contracts. Worse comes to worse, I think I would just visit someone in the area a few times a week maybe.
 

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Doesn't seem like a safe situation to me. Although we don't have to worry about it because you will not win the lottery. Statistically speaking you just have no chance.

If I were very rich I probably wouldn't be hiring a dominatrix unless I was into BDSM, which I'm not. I might consider hiring someone that would fill more of a nanny role (with full disclosure of course) when I really needed it. More likely I would just search for a mate that I was compatible with.

The reality is that when someone has money they become incredibly susceptible to all sorts if efforts aimed at separating himself from his money. So I would likely continue to indulge in my baby side alone, maybe go on the occasional baby camp or use one of the equitable AB nurseries that are out there.
 

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AB-related things I would spend massive lottery winnings on:

  1. 3 bedroom house: One room for me and my partner, one room as a nursery/guest room, one as a playroom. Also, a big garden with playground equipment...and tall fences!
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  2. Uh, diapers, obviously: In fact I might well decide to become a UK distributor for cushies or bambino...I'd certainly make sure we had a big stash of all the major brands.
  3. Adult babbeh furniture: a crib, playpen, highchair, etc.
  4. Littles' clothing: I'd like to have the same kind of wardrobe a real little girl might have, with as much selection.
  5. Possibly a trip to an AB nursery: I'd like to experience something like that, just to see what it's like. :~
 
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if I won one hundred million dollars ($ 100,000,000.00) I would put it in an insured account (or if I had to, into multiple accounts). I would then quit my job and live off the interest the rest of my life, and never touch the principle (original amount)

Here is my reasoning:
if I deposit 100,000,000.00 in an account.
If the account earns 2% a year,
that equals TWO MILLION ($2,000,000.00) in interest.

Or even if it earned a measly .2% that still equates to $200,000 a year!

I don't know about anyone else, but I don't currently make two million dollars a year, nor two hundred thousand. I think I could live quite happily off either of those incomes! I would be more than able to buy nearly anything I wanted (within reason of course), So long as I didn't go over my earned interest income each year.
 

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I'd simply deposit all of it into a bank account except for maybe two grand each month, so I may pay for things and get by. I'd prefer to save up money for other people, in case something happens to me, or I have children. There's no sense in wasting all of it on vices when I can ensure my family will have a great financial future. Of course, I would spend some on diapers and the occasional AB item, but that certainly would be far from what I primarily spend my money on.
 

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Hmm, I'd probably spend about $3M on setting myself up nicely with a small ranch, and set up an AB camp!
I'd lkely have to splurge a little bit, but put most of it away first and live mostly off the interest

another thing I'd do is take it on the 25 year payout, that way, if worse comes to worse, i'd have to go back to work for a year. at my age, the 25 year payout, (~$4M/year) i'm sure I could sock some away to carry on my 'Golden' years till well past 100 if I should live so long
 

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Here's how much it would cost you. I think 70K annually is about right for the first year, and then 10,000,000. in blackmail the second year. If your okay with being outed, then 70K the second year...haha.

If I won 100 million, I'd buy a boat marina and live life large, especially in my Victorian beach house. I'd invite all of you guys to a big party.
 

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I feel like if I won I would buy a house and make a secret room that's just for my babyish habits :p
 

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if I won one hundred million dollars ($ 100,000,000.00) I would put it in an insured account (or if I had to, into multiple accounts). I would then quit my job and live off the interest the rest of my life, and never touch the principle (original amount)

Here is my reasoning:
if I deposit 100,000,000.00 in an account.
If the account earns 2% a year,
that equals TWO MILLION ($2,000,000.00) in interest.

Or even if it earned a measly .2% that still equates to $200,000 a year!

I don't know about anyone else, but I don't currently make two million dollars a year, nor two hundred thousand. I think I could live quite happily off either of those incomes! I would be more than able to buy nearly anything I wanted (within reason of course), So long as I didn't go over my earned interest income each year.

I hate to break this to you but if you won and took the lump sum it would be a considerably smaller amount, they don't just give you the $100 million. Then the government takes its share which is quite a significant portion.

The good news is that you could safely invest it and expect an annual return much closer to 12%. So essentially you would do pretty well.
 

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I'd build a huge yacht and have it outfitted as a cruise ship for AB/DL's
,furries, etc. you can see the deck plans in my artwork album....
 

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Hmm, I'd probably spend about $3M on setting myself up nicely with a small ranch, and set up an AB camp!
I'd lkely have to splurge a little bit, but put most of it away first and live mostly off the interest

another thing I'd do is take it on the 25 year payout, that way, if worse comes to worse, i'd have to go back to work for a year. at my age, the 25 year payout, (~$4M/year) i'm sure I could sock some away to carry on my 'Golden' years till well past 100 if I should live so long

I vote for you to win, it would be nice to have an AB Camp closer to where I live.

We have actually run the numbers several times and it is better to take the lump sum payout, especially if someone were to win at an early age. Essentially, if you were to only take a small amount off the top for bills, etc, then you carefully invested the remainder (most of the money) you would grow that investment into a nest egg that would be much larger than the original winnings. This is even possible while living off of the money.

It really wouldn't take that much money to net a perpetual return that someone could live on, and do so very well. With a meager $10 million it is not unreasonable to see a 10% return annually, which would be $1,000,000 a year. Even at a lower rate a person could grow the principal and live well forever. The interesting thing is that most wealthy people really get there money working hard for them, so it is possible to see much higher returns. So if I had $30 million I would invest $10 million pretty conservatively then I would spread $20 million around from moderate to slightly higher risk investments. I would actively manage the entire pool to maximize the return while limiting risks to an acceptable level. Given this strategy I could parlay $30 million into a couple hundred million in 25 years with absolutely no problem.
 

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Doesn't seem like a safe situation to me. Although we don't have to worry about it because you will not win the lottery. Statistically speaking you just have no chance.

Statistically speaking no one has a chance, but yet someone wins.
 
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i don't normally engage in what-if sort of speculation....
and i am not sure that i would want to win a big jack-pot as a big bunch of money like that all at once can easily mess-up a persons life and relationships with others.... my SO (Karen) is too important to me to have or risk money coming between U/us....

but.... it would be fun.... just maybe...

i think first of all, She and i both have a couple of unfortunate/ill friends/family that W/we would want to help/set-right.... not just dump money onto, but to help in responsible ways. decent living conditions; schooling.... health care for one i can think of....

then too, there are a couple of "causes" that W/we both would want to champion....

after that, maybe move to a warm dry place in the southwest like Lake Mead or Scottsdale, Az..... or even back to Oahu... i would love that, but Karen may not.... (sad eyes)
a nice home. nothing fancy though, just new, roomy and with no allergens....

and then of course, W/we would criss-cross the US and Candia by train just for the fun of it. then do the same thing by RV too!

regardless, the bulk of the funds would go in investments to keep us and our "causes" funded....

Oh, and i almost forgot.
Karen and i would probably get a "cabana-boy" to keep around the house..... you know, just to take care of stuff.... lol
 

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part of the reason i'd take tha annuity, at my age, even winning a couple million on an annuity would be nice.. almost perfect actually, enough money to be comfortable, not enough to twist my life to much
 

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part of the reason i'd take tha annuity, at my age, even winning a couple million on an annuity would be nice.. almost perfect actually, enough money to be comfortable, not enough to twist my life to much

Yea, I would suspect that at about 60 the annuity is a better option, but then the chances of seeing a full payout are very slim at that point. At 50 or younger there is is question that the one time payout is the better option.
 
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