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.”
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.