Two cousins took a moment before a recent Sunday dinner to scratch off a couple of lottery tickets.
The cousin who handed out the tickets lost, but the one on the receiving end won $100,000 in the S.C. Education Lottery's "Black Pearls" game.
According to lottery officials, there were no hard feelings in the family, but the ticket got more attention by the Camden family than dinner that night.
It really hasnt hit me yet, said the winner, who is remaining anonymous. He said all he knows about what he'll do with the money is to help his family.
He doesnt put himself first, hes just a good guy, his sister told the lottery.