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Nicest Guy Ever Dumped By Girlfriend, Hours Later He Wins $35 Mil Lottery

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Feel good great stories like these make us feel warm inside!!

The nicest guy ever, or Sandeep "Sunny" Singh as it reads on his Massachusetts birth certificate, has worked multiple jobs since his Dad died at 14 just so he could help his Mom pay her mortgage!

Only a few days ago, he was dumped by his girlfriend!! Sadface!!

In an amazingly improbable coincidence, the 22 year-old community college student won the $35 million Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday only hours after she ripped out his heart!!

Uh oh, we think someone's been cut out of his philanthropy!!

Ch-ch-check out the incredible press conference (above)!

We're extremely happy his ex-girlfriend showed her true colors before Sunny moved up to the one percent!

Maybe you should send her a "THANK YOU" card once a year on the anniversary of the day she dumped you? LOLz!!

Now that's KARMA!

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19 comments to “Nicest Guy Ever Dumped By Girlfriend, Hours Later He Wins $35 Mil Lottery”

  1. nationalenquirer says – reply to this


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    No wonder your seeing a therapist. Vindictive much Perez ?



  2. 2

    Justice has been served. :D

  3. Claire says – reply to this


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    I'm sorry but this post is ridiculous. She may have had a very legitimate reason for dumping him, and her true colors would only be shown if she went crawling back AFTER he won. So maybe the karma train is going to run YOU over Perez.

  4. Chelly says – reply to this


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    Thank goodness she's gone.

    Now she is part of the invisible 47 percent.

  5. farrah says – reply to this


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    wow! this person seems really deserving of this because he work half his life to help his family. good for him.



  6. 6

    Gosh God bless him. I hope he is careful with who he becomes involved with from here on in. People may flock just for the money.

  7. Lori says – reply to this


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    Wow, a bit of trashing on the ex….people break up all the time, why does she need to be negitively portrayed just because he won the lottery? What does Karma have to do with anything in this situation??

  8. Jen says – reply to this


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    You need to brush up on your vocabulary before spewing random words out of your mouth. Do you even know what karma means?

  9. Alliestp says – reply to this


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    So let me see if I understand this….You, the Queen of all queers (who is the female in a relationship, by your own admission), says that the only reason women date men is because of their money….Right? You so give Gays a bad name.

  10. pirateparrot says – reply to this


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    You say of the 22-year-old lottery winner that "his Dad died at 14." Wow. Talk about babies having babies.

  11. KIKI says – reply to this


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    wow he jut told the reporters his life story in intimate details…now someone can steal his identlty, his sister bought the ticket, I wonder if she will sue for half.



  12. 12

    Congrats to Apu………..

  13. the1percent says – reply to this


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    Congrats on everyone treating you better than they did at best buy. His gf probably dropped him because she saw sex and the city and knew samantha wouldnt date any1 who worked at best buy so shes banging some douchebag with a tatoo who treats her like crap but samantha approves

  14. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    Congrats to him on his win.
    Most I ever won was %60 and a couple of $5 and $3 wins, but keep hoping :)

  15. Brennan Newfield says – reply to this


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    They always say that the lottery is totally random and not even worth playing, but I have won small to moderate amounts several times (some of my friends even ask me to purchase tickets for them, because they think I'm "lucky," lol) The odds are still very small, but as I have shown, you can increase your chances. For example, you can increase your odds of winning by purchasing your tickets at the beginning of the "cycle"; when the new lots of tickets are placed in the machines, shipped out to shops, etc. because there are more winning tickets in the system. This "Lottery Method" book I bought online explains how to do a lot of that in great detail. Here's a review of it if you're interested:



  16. 16

    So if you win the lotto, is it a requirement to answer all of these stupid ass questions? All of my answers would be, "None of your damn business."



  17. 17

    Disgusting queers bashing free loading immigrants. Gotta love America.

  18. Charlene says – reply to this


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    Too bad his dad died at fourteen….ahem…

  19. BP says – reply to this


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    Dad died at 14…..poor boy! (pssst….can I adopt him?)