Sure unless it was the one they had in Idaho, USA last year of $528M.(Then it would be mine!) I did a trip up there last year and I would be damned the one time I did not buy a lottery ticket, would have been the one I won! LMAO!
I said yes but not in the perspective of them winning a million dollars. More as in the act of actually giving the gift. To those that said no, I feel like they lost the definition of a gift somewhere along the lines of reading this question maybe?
why so many people callin it a worthless piece of trash? i never receive birthday gifts from my friends, so if they gave me that wel... it's better than nothing. and its a humorous and original gift imo. dont be materialists -.-
i dunno, we never had that habit of giving gifts on our birthdays. i mean, this one time, i bought a teddy seal for a friend but it only costed 1 dollar, from a vending toy machine, you know. but we never spend much more than that to buy birthday gifts. its always something cheap but symbolic, rather than expensive and materialist. may be an "unspoken cultural influence" (lol) or simply because we're poor ahah
I've given the scratch offs to people that I didn't know what to get them. They always won at least a few bucks lol I think it really depends on the type of person the friend is. Some thinks it's cool and others don't. Kinda like a birthday card... some people keep them and others throw away it away after reading it or finding no money which in turn makes its a worthless piece of paper.
perhaps several of them, not just one. spend as much as you'd spend on a regular gift, you know? and plus more chances that one of them are a winner. but idk, its still just trash if none of them win. its fun for a minute, but i guess i'd prefer a gift that seems like it has more thought put into it.