In Macauley Culkin’s latest film, Home Loan: everyone know which villains are at default. There’s a celebration for Wall Street bankers, and they catch the bad guys at a subprime party.
Is there a Greece fire? I see bill owing smoke.
The government is bailing out hog farms, claiming they are “too pig to fail.”
Korean bankers of late have a very won appearance.
You should invest in nudity, during the current bare market.
Have a low paying job? Could be a case of gross income pittance.
To reduce the numbers of hours people waste watching award shows, many governments are imposing Oscarity measures.
We all get stung, after the stock market has piqued.
I can’t trust those capitalist pigs because of the Lie boar scandal.
Any plans to float a common currency are eurozoneous.