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'So, how much can you lend me?'
'Now you've signed all your assets over to the bank, I'm happy to lend you your bus fare home.'
"And we will absolutely start lending again as soon as we finish building our debtors' prison."
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'He says its a subprime fruit we can have at an adjustable rate, what's the worst that could happen?'
With bank loans hard to secure, Nan liked to have some fun at the applicant's expense.
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"Your credit rating is fine, Mr. Deadbeat. It's something else that's making lending institutions wary."
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'Put all your money in a savings account.'
"Sure we have mortgage money. It's just that you can't have any."
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We need to put more money into Lithuanian sardine futures...I think that warrants bonuses all around!
'I'm sorry, son, but I'm not in the bad debt business anymore.'
"It creates the illusion of risk but you know you're perfectly safe."
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'Your credit score is a bit low but we can still offer you a loan. Do you have a problem being fitted for an electronic ankle cuff.'
'You're part of the 6% we won't be lending money to...'
'We're worried about your ability to lend us money.'
'Borrow 50p? Sorry, I'm staying out of the sub-prime lending market.'
"No, I don't have a scanner you can borrow."
'How much do you want?' - 'How much have you got?'
'So, how's life among those dark, satanic light industrial units?'
"Apparently you have to pay bankers HUGE bonuses or else there'e a danger that the people who've dragged the economy to the edge of an ABYSS and wrecked the lives of TENS OF THOUSANDS may go and work somewhere else!"
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LOAN - just say 'No'
'Boy, for a trust company, you're not very trusting!'
"Neither a borrower nor a lender be." "Hey! I'm a beggar!"
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Your library book is overdue.
Those who fail to learn from the past will be forced to relive it...mortgages through the ages.