Two British scientists decided to one more time check up whether aphorism associating money and happiness is true. It turned out that it is really so. Even a small lottery prize or inheritance causes satisfaction in a human being. According to Andrew Osland and Johnatan Gardener, there is a connection between money and happiness. A person feels happy if he suddenly receives even a small sum. The more the sum is, the harder the feeling of happiness is. Therefore, happiness really can be bought for money. Though, of course, there could be exclusions. For example, a tramp gained two million pounds in lottery, but he drank the money away and died. He probably also wanted to understand, whether happiness is in money or in wine.