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"If debt is a measure of consumer confidence, we have become very confident indeed."
"Oh, Honey - our first bankruptcy!"
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"Why do we have separate accounts, anyway? It's like our money has intimacy issues."
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"Sometimes I wonder if it's right to bring a child into this income."
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'Well, that's us FINALLY paid off all the bills from Christmas last year.'
'Our family budget is a system of checks and bounces.'
"Think we could get anyone to buy our vote?"
Little Investment on the Praire
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'I'm paying the hidden fees with hidden payments.'
"We made savings of £10,000 by abandoning one of our children."
"No matter what one says, a safe remains a good way to keep your money safe."
"Once again, zero income from endorsements."
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'We're not only living beyond our means, but beyond our wildest dreams too.'
'I've just had a terrible nightmare that we were living sensibly, within our budget!'
'They're having money problems. Better hide your piggy bank.'
"It was amazing that you made our money disappear. Now make it reappear."
'My parents are out bonding at an annuities seminar. Would you like to leave a message?'
'Any annuity we can afford wouldn't pay the MILK BILL!'
She figures the best way to get her husband to support the family is a Kickstarter program."
'It's our 10 year plan.'
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"With finances the way they are we had to give up the idea of a family holiday this year."
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"When do you think the upturn in the economy will have an input in my allowance?"
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'You've got no money. . . that'll be £45,000 please!'
'So, from now on, due to economic conditions, you'll be our son on a contract basis, renewable every year. Any questions?'
'What do you mean when you say we're going to have to start economizing on groceries, Lance?'