Blog entry published on 28 June 2010
Millionaires Club Slots, Polar Bears and Maple Syrup
Author: Anton Johan
Millionaires Club Slots, polar bears and maple syrup strings are a few of my favourite things (with apologies to Mary Poppins). I feel the need to share with you some of the things that are most important to me this week. I say 'this week' because I'm sure by next week I'll have a completely new list of favourite things.
But as usual I digress. At the top of my favourites this week is Millionaires Club slots, an online video slots game that you can play at all online casinos powered by Cryptologic online gambling software. As its name suggests, Millionaires Club slots is a 'instant millionaire maker.' As a progressive jackpot slot game, it's linked to all Cryptologic online casinos, which means that a percentage of every bet wagered on the game is added to the jackpot. Hence why the jackpot grows so big, and why so many players from all over world (including right here in Canada) play it so regularly.
In fact, as I type these words, the jackpot is nearing the $1-million mark which means it could literally pay out any minute now. Just think about that for a second. One minute you're spinning the reels on Millionaires Club slots on a maximum bet, and the next you're rich, and formulating the letter of resignation you're going to write to your pig of a boss. It's for this reason that Millionaires Club slots is one of my favourite things and why I spend up to $50 a day (which I have budgeted for and can afford) on trying to become the next instant online millionaire. Watch this space - it could just be me!
My next favourite thing is polar bears because they are white and fluffy and look so cute. And if it wasn't for the fact that they eat people if given half a chance, I'd have one as a pet. I'd call him Trevor and scratch his belly if he'd let me. I'd teach him how to gamble online and make pancakes and he'd teach me how to hunt seals and embrace the cold.
And last but by no means least of my favourite things this week is maple syrup strings. Instead of pouring syrup over my pancakes with a thick gloopy flow, I like to limit the flow so that it comes out in the smallest and thinnest trickle, which I then zig and zag all over my pancakes. Just like - wait for it - a piece of string I'm trying to unwind onto my pancakes.
|Posted by Anton Johan at 10:52 on 28 June 2010|