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  • Haha nice one! :laugh_at: Although saying that, most things on there would be absolute hell for me! I could never ever be a hippy! 😉

    I like that :laugh_at:

    Thats really really funny :weee: – love it raaa

    Q: What’s the difference between a Lehman’s trader and a pigeon?
    A: A pigeon can still leave a deposit on a Ferrari.

    Q: What is the definition of optimism?
    A: An investment banker ironing five shirts on a Sunday night

    Q: What is the one thing Wall St and the Olympics have in common?
    A: Synchronised diving

    Q: How many commodities traders does it take to change a light bulb?
    A: None, they don’t change bulbs; but the trading price of darkness plummets due to oversupply


    A joke based on the fear of Iceland’s economy going bankrupt:

    Q: What’s the capital of Iceland?

    A: $15


    tee hee…


    Although the veggie suggestion is a good one. When my husband went veggie our food bill dropped dramatically!

    I realllly wish I could understand this credit crunch mumbo jumbo. All i know is that alot of people have been made redundant and aload of polish people have gone home.

    Does someone want to explain to me what its all about?

    This made me laugh…

    @Dr Bunsen 269361 wrote:

    This made me laugh…

    looks like our kitchen at 7am any weekday 🙂

    Hmmm, maybe I should suggest Tesco rename their dried catfood as Credit Crunchies ??


    Its truly amazing how many cats there will be in a room 2 secs after you start to open a tin [catfood or not] when you have none in line of sight as you start :laugh_at: Credit crunchies would be very funny






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