Every time the lottery gets high enough, people start to freak out and will willingly stand in line for extend time to try their hand.

Around the country, people tried their attempt for the $685 million Powerball jackpot. This always leads to different news station heading to a random convenience store to ask the same question everybody wants to know: "What would you do with $685 million?"

A reporter from KSLA in Shreveport, Louisiana went up to a random guy and asked, "What are you going to do with that money if you win?"

With a straight face, the guy turned to the camera and said "Well, I'm definitely going to get a new Supercharged Mustang with dual exhaust, and about five kilos of cocaine and I'll be good to go."

The reporter responds with, "Okay, so you like cars? You like cars," before turning to the camera with a shocked look on her face.

This is similar to an instance back in 2016, when a reporter in Las Vegas asked a guy if he knew his odds, to which he replied "Slim to none."

When the reporter asked him a follow up of "What would you do with the money?" and he replied "Buncha hookers and cocaine."

"Okay, that's not good," the reporter says while laughing, "We were hoping for a different answer."

So, if you ever get asked by the news what you're going to do with ANY amount of money, the response should always involve cocaine in some fashion.

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