With the talk of recession, you may be worried about how you can buy things like groceries, gas, clothes, college education…
Well, I’m not. My credit is so good that I just got an email from someone in another country who trusts me so much he’s going to send me his entire inheritance. All I have to do is put it in my bank and wait for directions from him and he and I are going to be rich!
Yeah right. If you believe that one, you probably have more credit issues than you can handle, which by credit I mean mental.
Of course, he is going to let me invest in some business in my country. I will be helping the economy with this huge investment of his inheritance.
Yeah right. Who does he think he’s kidding. If he wants to help the US economy, I have heard you can donate money straight to the IRS. Why go through me, a simple mother of three teenagers. I doubt my purchasing large amounts of Webkins is going to help the economy any time soon. If it could, I assure you there’d be no recession.
Yeah, as soon as he “reads from me” he’s going to make me the deal of a lifetime. Yeah, that’s going to happen. I don’t need deals of a lifetime. I need a back rub, a hot shower and a three hour nap. I need dinner for two in a quiet restaurant. I need some ideas of what to fix for supper, because I am not in the mood for what’s on the schedule (see previous comment).
What I don’t need is some con artists idea of a get rich quick scheme. Thanks, but no thanks. I will spend my own inheritance (all three dollars, if mom has her way) on breakfast. You keep yours. I don’t think I can afford it.