Cashing in my contract!

Discussion in 'IWT Archives' started by Star Lord, May 22, 2013.

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  1. *Adam gets up from his chair he has been sitting on in protest*​
    Adam: The world as you know it has ended, This is my moment now. I am cashing in my contract for the European Championship!​

  2. You do realize it's not a money in the bank contract, it's just a contract
  3. Well this is gonna be a dud.
  4. I gave him the briefcase thingy cause he won. I couldn't find a plain one so just used the MITB one.
  5. But that doesn't mean that it works like the MITB contract necessarily. Just that we are using the same graphic.
  6. And you said I can use it at any time.
  7. but logically this cannot work like a legit money in the bank contract. What if the guy you want to cash in on isn't online? would that result in a no contest or the casher in automatically winning?

    It is much easier if the contract being cashed in is used to set up a match in the future at a set date. Easier to organize, easier to prep for and keep track off.
  8. I made sure Sack was online and when I cash in the match wouldnt start until both men are on, I was planning on cashing in now and the match happening whenever everyones ready.
  9. Still much easier for everyone involved if you cash it in in a "press conference" announce it, make a big deal out of it, hype it up. Make it more exciting for us readers instead of someone logging on and finding maybe a 3 page thread and going "huh?".

    The idea of a surprise cash in in a fed like this just seems not suited in my eyes.
  10. Okay, If you are able to just delete this thread, I think Ill do a press conference.
  11. Get the OK from Britanica (I don't want to feel like I am taking control from her) and then make a new thread and I can close this one once the new one is open.
  12. Britanica Is it okay to delete this thread and make a new press conference one to hype up my cash in?
  13. Yeah go a head!
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