Ever since the economy crumbled I’ve not only lost my house, but my cutlery too. I’ve been fork losed!
What tree is thriving in this depressed economy? The weeping will owe.
The US economy is debt in the water. Nothing can fill its sales.
Hear about the dyslexic watchmaker who was ruined by the tocks market? That’s nothing compared to the horologist who spent all his money on prostitutes.
The recessionary economy follows the laws of soup line and demand.
Hear about the bored economist who went for a lapdance? When asked how he felt, he said “I hope the D pressin’ never ends!”
During the Oceanic financial crisis, the whales wanted baleen out. Others cried to let natural fish-in-the-seas take their course. Many turned to orcanized religion, searching for a higher porpoise.
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.”