go on a world cruise.
hire a contruction company to build my dream home and have it finished within six months.
take a weekly shopping trip to a different European city every week and buy what that city is most famous for.
hire a nanny and just have to deal with my kids when I choose to - let the nanny put up with the noise, sibling rivalry and nonsence!
have a heated, indoor swimming pool built for my dream home (see above) with a jacuzzi big enough to fit at least ten people.
get a satelite internet connection instead of this awful dial-up I'm stuck with now.
buy a different pair of glasses for every day of the week. (I only have 2 pair now)
hire a cook since I hate cooking so much.
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