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'I have reason to believe that my sister is getting a bigger allowance than me. I think you and mom should be more forthcoming and transparent.'
'If you'll give me an advance on my allowance, I'll show you how to get the little circle around the 'a' on all your email addresses.'
'I'm done with school because all I need to make a living is to know how to persuade my dad to give me money!'
'He's so spoilt, he has his pocket money paid into a Swiss bank account.'
'They're having money problems. Better hide your piggy bank.'
"You get $5 for an allowance, is that after taxes?"
"Can I start getting my allowance in Lottery tickets?"
"Sure I know the value of a dollar. Every time I ask for one you remind me."
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'How much allowance do you get?'
"If you're going to the bank, would you bring me something?"
'But Dad, all the other kids get a roth IRA as part of their allowance package.'
"Why do I need more allowance? Because if you cut me off at 21, these are my prime spending years!"
'Is my allowance a form of income redistribution?'
'I can't get by on my allowance. You're forcing me to borrow from China.'
'Is my allowance an unfunded liability?'
'Thank's mom, parents don't get enough appreciation.'
'She won't budge on the allowance, but she did present me an 800 page handbook detailing the perks.'
'See, Robert, the kids do look up to you for something!'
'Not a good time to ask for more allowance. They're discussing the national debt.'
'Instead of giving me an allowance, how about letting me run a tab?'
'Dad's saying he controls my allowance because of something called the Commerce Clause.'
'He spends 90 per cent of his pocket money on sweets.'
'I've just undergone a very painful operation. I had my pocket money cut.'
'I worked out I have enough money to last the rest of my life,'
'I'm about to say my prayers, Dad. Do you want more pocket money too?'