Sheila wants to buy shampoo in a shop. She takes a bottle of shampoo. She does not like it. She puts it back and takes another one. She likes it. She goes to give the money. She stands in the line with 10 people. She looks at her watch. She must go to pick up her children from school. She hopes the line will move fast. There are only 3 people before her. A man comes and asks Sheila if he could stand before her. Sheila says sorry, but the man stands in front of her. She is angry with the man. He doesn’t look kind. She has to wait.
When it is her turn, the music starts to play. Everybody turns to Sheila and cries out. She doesn’t understand why. People tell her she is now a millionaire. She is surprised. People tell her that she is the millionth buyer in the shop. They are all here because they wanted to be millionaires. Sheila thinks of the man. If the man is polite, she doesn’t become a millionaire. She is here to buy shampoo but now she is a millionaire. She cannot wait to tell her children all of this.