Making a bet is always risky and you don't want it to be so insane it's basically impossible... like, we don't know, making the wager $100,000 on Facebook.
Well, the director of Guardians of the Galaxy didn't seem to think so, because this is exactly what he's done.
Everyone went crazy when the film, led by heartthrob Chris Pratt, graced our cinema screens and now we're all hungry for the second instalment to be released.
During the interviews for the initial film, the director James Gunn said he had embedded an 'Easter egg' (aka. a reference of call-back to some other source) deeply within the film's layers and he challenged his fans to try and find it.
"There's definitely one really big thing that people haven't seen, but they may never see it - we'll see."
Well, this has definitely kept fans very busy... and in a Facebook Q&A session just the other day, a fan decided to call bullsh*t on the director's claims.
Tanin Moores called Gunn "the ultimate troll."
Not the best idea, Tanin... but Gunn is so confident that he bet against the Facebook user.
"If there is no Easter egg I will give you a hundred thousand dollars - copy this post - I will consider it a legally binding contract - signed James Gunn."
We will all have to wait until 2017 to see who wins this bet...
We think Tanin is going to be in for some disappointment.
Image Credit: Marvel Studios / Walt Disney Pictures.