Punny Money #13

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#13 Punny Money

 

–  I got a gold filling and put my money where my mouth is.

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— The IRS left a message on my cell phone that I owed them more money. It was a taxed message.

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— Money doesn’t grow on sprees.

 

 

—  A lot of money is tainted. It taint yours and it taint mine.

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Expensive Items Worth the Money

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17 More Expensive Items That Are Totally Worth the Money

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Everyone likes to save a buck. But sometimes in life, being cheap will cost you.

Why put up with an inferior product when you could invest in something high quality that is much less likely to disappoint?

We culled the responses in a Reddit thread asking consumers to list pricey items that they never regret buying. Here are the best of the bunch.

1. A Tempurpedic mattress:

“My girlfriend at the time had chronic back pain. Spent $3,000 on a mattress. I can never go back.”

high heels2. Shoes: “Rule of thumb: don’t skimp on anything that separates you from the ground.”

3. High speed internet:

“Once you have it you can NEVER go back.”

4. Tools: “Bad craftsmen blame their tools. Good craftsmen buy good tools.”

5. Bread: “Can’t possibly buy a loaf of average white bread when it’s only $1 more for the WAY better stuff.”

6. Ballpoint pen:

“Spent $4 on a kickass ballpoint pen. Ridiculously smooth and comfortable. My handwriting speed and neatness improved dramatically. Never going back to the $2 for a pack of 10 again.”

Flickr via wilsonhui7. Cutlery: “Can’t beat a sharp knife when chopping up food.”

8. Bed sheets:

“I slept on 180 thread count for 23 years of my life. Then, a girl I was going out with had 1,000 thread count sheets on her bed. Holy crap. What a difference.”

9. Sushi: “Never, ever, ever, ever eat discount sushi. Ever.”

10. Bras: “After getting myself a properly-fitted $70 bra, I look 10 pounds slimmer, my back doesn’t hurt anymore, and my clothes fit better. There’s no going back from here.”

11. Farm fresh vegetables: “I have been getting most of my vegetables at the farmer’s market lately and I don’t think I can go back to my supermarket. I love to eat my tomatoes raw. They taste different. Sweet, almost spicy.”

Flickr via scottfeldstein12. Shaving cream: “I got one of the fancy kinds as a gift a few years ago, and I can never go back. It doesn’t even feel like I’m shaving. It’s more like being softly nuzzled by a friendly koala.”

13. Jeans: “I may buy the rest of my clothes at Target and Kohl’s, but I have never found a cheap pair of jeans that fit me just right.”

14. Tattoos: “You get exactly what you pay for.”

15. Headphones: “I don’t understand why anyone uses the stock phones that come with their phone, iPod, whatever.”

16. Whiskey/bourbon: “I always drank Maker’s Mark in the past. I recently got a bottle of 9-year Knob Creek. I’d be afraid that trying anything better would force me to spend another $10 a bottle going forward, but I also got a bottle of Johnny Walker Blue, which tastes like floor cleaner, so I should be safe.”

17. Backpack: “A good quality backpack, decently large size with comfortable straps, non-flimsy load distribution clasps, good number of pockets and utility pockets, and (most of all) high quality zippers is easily worth the money.”

Expensive Items Worth the Money

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Thomas Jefferson

“I sincerely believe that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies, and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.”

― Thomas Jefferson

“The money Doc Campbell borrowed for his hospital was eventually his undoing.”

Gwenny (Roots: Alpha Omega Campbell 1951)

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