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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-23-2011, 08:59 PM Thread Starter
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Mcdonalds monopoly

Anybody here have boardwalk? I have the other piece. Its 1 million dollars for both we can split it.

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lol good luck with that. I have 3 Park Places, I believe there has been one on every iced coffee I have ordered in the last month.

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I think everyone is looking for that one...just like the short line railroad too...I don't think they exist...

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I have the other...how about we meet in the alley a few blocks from my house at about 2 am.

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I read, even if you get all the pieces, they have to raffle your name with the other people that got all the pieces.
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I think I put all my pieces through the wash...every fuckin' October I bother to go to McDonalds, then I run the pieces through the wash.

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1. Read this: http://www.bargaineering.com/article...poly-game.html

2. If you have any of those pieces and need other pieces to complete the prize, go to the nearest McDonalds.

3. Buy McDonalds food items until you get the piece you need.

4. ...

5. Profit!

6. Laugh at these guys:
http://chicago.craigslist.org/search...inAsk=&maxAsk=
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I read, even if you get all the pieces, they have to raffle your name with the other people that got all the pieces.
This is true, at least with the Mountain Dew million thing.

Years ago, I had a friend who spelled out Million with the bottle tops. I think the M was the hard one to find. He got one, but was throwing the L's away like crazy because they were the most common. So he was short one L. We went to a local Mobil and he bought all the Mountain Dew bottles, just to be safe (plus he drank them like water everyday), to find an L.

Anyway, he finds another M. So we go to Jewel and somewhere else and buy all the Mountain Dew we can find. He spells out MILLION twice.

Apparently, you don't just win the million, you are entered into a raffle. There were 9 entries in the whole country, he had 2 (had to put one in his sisters name). He lived in Bolingbrook, and someone from Romeoville won it. What are the odds!!

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