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Andy’s friends regret their own fathers lack foresight, risk-taking mentality

Posted on 14 July 2014

Guess Argentina aren’t the only biggest losers around.


Andy’s football friends have spoken out against their own fathers now that the World Cup 2014 has officially ended and they found out Andy’s father made $270 million betting on Germany.

Bala, one of Andy’s friends, said: “I think it is a pity my father does not have the derring-do that Andy’s father has. If he did, I wouldn’t be poor.”

“I think this World Cup taught me a valuable lesson: When other people see risks and threats, we must open our eyes wider and look for opportunity.”

“I guess I’d have to grow up normally and go to school, get good grades and hopefully be able to find a decent 9-to-5 job in the future that pays $3,000 a month.”

“I wish my father was more like Andy’s father, a go-getter.”








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