Monday, December 10th, 2012

Being a Famous Tennis Player Is Like Winning the Lottery (Your Life Is Ruined)

Poor lottery winners! And poor tennis players. They are the same in that you get a lot of money and then it all leaves you as promptly as possible, because you make a lot of terrible decisions really fast, including "buying up the world's supply of an expensive cheese made from donkeys… which can cost over $500 per pound." Congratulations Novak Djokovic, you have discovered, like so many before you, exactly what not to do.

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deepomega (#1,720)

To be fair, a lot of financial advisors were telling you that donkey cheese was an investment, until the big donkey cheese market collapse of 2012.

@deepomega There was no way to tell. We all thought the morbidly depressed mascot was a clever ironic thing.

Smitros (#5,315)

Camel is the next big cheese anyway.

@Smitros You joke but I have been to a conference on the subject.

Smitros (#5,315)

@My Number Is My Address By no means was I joking. I think there's been some coverage of it in Culture. As you probably know, camel milk is an improbable but actual source of Vitamin C.

@Smitros Indeed! And low in lactose so foreigners can drink it.

dado (#102)

Monterey Jackass?

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