Western Colorado Residents Spend Theoretical Hundred Dollar Bills
Have you ever been folding a freshly washed load of laundry, only to discover a $20 bill that you left in one of your pockets? There's nothing quite like discovering money that you didn't know that you had, and the bigger the payout is, the more pleasant the surprise is as well.
Let's say you're walking down the street, maybe with a laundry basket in your hands. You've just completed a load of laundry and a strange man hands you a crisp, new, hundred-dollar bill out of nowhere and keeps on his way.
We've all dreamed of discovering a large amount of money and keeping it with no consequences, and this scenario also begs the question of what you would buy with your newfound cash.
Curious, I posted a question on Facebook asking residents of Western Colorado what they would do if they were given a hundred-dollar bill out of nowhere. Keep scrolling to check out the responses.
What Western Colorado Residents Would Buy with a Theoretical Hundred-Dollar Bill
Let's face it, some of the biggest headaches with the current cost of living in Colorado, and most of the country as well, are gas prices and grocery prices. Because of this, it should come as no surprise that responses citing these examples as immediate purchases were aplenty.
However, there were also some very unselfish responses that were nice to see. For example, one person said that they'd spend it on their dog, another on cat food, and another said that they'd help with a friend's surgery.
Keep scrolling to see all of the responses to this very hypothetical question: