Lottery Winner Gives Up Mansion In Florida And Moves To The Midwest To Fulfill Life-Long Dream Of Working In A Library

Written by Wesley Janson

Saturday, 23 February 2019

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Claiming that he was "sick and tired" of gorgeous, scantily-clad women surrounding him all the time, beer, expensive wine, outstanding restaurant food, open bars with cool ocean breezes flowing through them, and endless romantic evenings on the beach, 39-year-old David Meyer left his mansion in Florida behind, so that he could fulfill his life-long dream of working in a library in the Midwest.

"It's something I've been wanting to do my whole life," he told reporters. "But I just never really took the 'leap of faith' that was necessary in order to achieve my dream," he added.

With the realization that his 40th birthday was fast-approaching and that he will only live once, Meyer knew it was time to be brave and accomplish his truest desire.

After letting strangers take over his 4-story house, and giving away all of his fancy vehicles, David took a plane ride to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and immediately constructed a resumé that was shortly accepted by Karman Library in Jackson County, Wisconsin.

As a part-time, overwhelmed assistant with property taxes he can't afford, a used 2004 Buick Skylark that breaks down repeatedly, bone-chilling weather, and snow blowing in his face, Meyer confessed that he simply couldn't be happier.

Finding himself absolutely stunned and amazed with the fascinating culture of the Midwest, David now plans to find a girlfriend with three jobs who will eventually cheat on him.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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