The Results of Me Giving Chris $5 to Gamble With, While in Vegas
This was one of those other times.
On returning, Chris handed me a voucher for 15 cents. This is all that remains of my $5, which according to him disappeared rather quickly. His game of choice? The Sex and the City slot machine, of course.
Funny story: as Chris started to play the machine, a woman sat down next to him and said This is my favorite game! She then apparently popped in $200 dollars on the other Sex and the City slot machine, nearby.
Chris explained to me that he was a little baffled at the game, and before he knew what was happening… all he had left was 15 cents. I called foul on this, as… how complex could this game be?
So this video might show multiple games simultaneously on one screen, but man… I stand corrected. It looks like a chaotic swirl of shoes and Mr. Bigs and fabulousness. I’m pretty familiar with the show, and even I couldn’t make much sense of the gameplay video.
After all’s said and done, the kicker is that I actually don’t have 15 cents. I have a paper voucher for that amount. And technically it’s a voucher that expires in
60 55 days.
Now all I have to do is convince my wife that us going to Las Vegas to retrieve this money makes good, financial sense. After all, I can’t be expected to just let the 15 cent voucher expire.
That… that would just be throwing money away.
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