Sorry, other than the cardboard GameBoy none of this is true, not even the names or the picture of the kid.
I didn’t even have to go to Snopes to know that was a bogus story. Jon, why didn’t you check it out before reposting it?
I’m sorry, did I click into Real True Bits & Pieces, or is this the humor site I’m used too?
Why would I go to Snopes to check out a joke? The tag ‘Funny’ might have been a clue.
Holy shit Jon, has it really gotten to the point you have to tell people it’s a joke?
Well, I got a chuckle.
Anyone who believed this to be true (or believed that anyone reading believed it to be true) needs to recalibrate their sense of humor.
I mean the whole point of a surprise/funny twist is that you start reading, thinking it may be true, then you get to the punchline and realize that it’s a joke.
With the crap that was going on the last couple of years that shouldn’t have been true but was, it’s an easy mistake to make.
Now I’m not a lawyer or anything, but I’m betting that this family doesn’t have $200 million dollars.
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