Here’s How To Bring Vegas Into Your Living Room And Make Money In Your Underwear This Weekend


Quick question: what percentage of your income is generated while wearing pants? I’d guess a lion’s share of it. Hell, if I were a betting man–which I most certainly am–I would wager that you were wearing pants right this second. Correct? You owe me 50 bucks, bro. I got Venmo. And a crypto wallet. No big deal.

What if I told you that this weekend you can break from the suffocating, ball-hugging confines of the modern day pant and make money in your favorite pair of underoos? Are you salivating yet?

All that’s required of you is the following:

1.) A working computer or mobile device
2.) A rudimental knowledge of casino games (i.e. blackjack, roulette, slots, etc.)
3.) A slither of disposable income that would otherwise be spent irresponsibly
4.) A functional hippocampus — the section of the brain responsible for excitement
5.) A MYB Casino Account

MYB Casino is a top-tier online casino that allows you to bring Vegas into your living room without requiring you to get a face tattoo. The site offers a vast selection of games such as Featured Games, New Live Casino, Video Poker, 3D Slots, and Table Games, but the real draw is its bonuses and promotions.

With your first deposit, MYB Casino will gift you a 200% sign-up bonus using PROMO CODE: BRO200 

So, for those who don’t dabble in advanced calculus, lets assume you deposit $100 into your account. The casino will throw in $200, tripling your bankroll to $300.

Free money is my favorite money.

If you have some trepidation about the trustworthiness of online gambling, don’t fret good friend, MYB is licensed and based on industry standards to ensure the games are 100% fair. The site also won’t make you jump through hoops to cash out on your winnings. You win, they pay. As our forefathers would have wanted it.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to take off my pants and throw some paper on black and let it ride. Please don’t leave me alone at the table like Stephen Glansberg.



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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.