If I were a millionaire, then my life would take a dramatic turn from what it is now. Iwould adopt the lifestyle of the rich and famous. The first thing that I would do, if I were a millionaire, is to help my parents. My parentsare poor and live in a small house. It would be a dream come true if I could buy them a bigger,better and more spacious house. They would also be able to live a life of luxury, as I would beable to hire servants to help my mother with her domestic chores. My father would finally gethis well-earned break. He has been selling vegetables in the market all his life and has workedhard.
If I become a millionaire, I would ask him to stop working, as he is old and needs to rest. Iwould not want him to die in harness. Money is definitely a boon and can be a friend. My life would change too. I would finallybe able to afford to buy better clothes and would even be able to afford some designer labelslike Gucci or Channel. Furthermore, I would no longer be seen riding my motorcycle, as Iwould be driving a fancy car.
To maintain this image would mean that I would not be able tosocialize with some of my friends at the teh tarik tall. I would now have to dine at the bestclubs in town and rub shoulders with only very special people. With more money, I would definitely be able to go on holidays and see the rest of theworld. I would finally be able to fulfil a long cherished dream of helping the poor. I would beable to donate to charitable organisations, not only in Malaysia but also in other countries. Being a millionaire definitely means having more fun. It also means having a better lifeand seeing many of my dreams come true.