It has been quite sometime since I’ve posted a Friday frugal funny. I decided it was high time I started getting back into it, but after this week there will be a slight twist. Occasionally you will still find a budgeting, frugal living or saving money joke thrown in here and there, but you will also start to see personal stories. Not mine, well maybe some of mine, but others personal trials and tribulations with frugal living. Everyone who has experimented with frugal living and is still learning the ropes is well aware that there are mishaps that happen. Most of them warrant a good laugh even if they are embarrassing.
If you have any stories to share that revolve around your quest to save money, shopping mishaps, frugal disasters, and any other stories relating to frugal living and you don’t mind sharing with the families.com community, send me a private message and you’ll see it appear one Friday in the near future!
Now for the giggles:
Teacher: Johnny, If you had 5$ and you asked your father for 3$ more, how many dollars would you have?
Johnny: I would have five dollars…
Teacher: You don’t know your arithmetic, Johnny…
Johnny: You don’t know my father, Mrs. Mutch…
Son: Dad, would you like to save some money?
Father: I certainly would, son. Any suggestions?
Son: Sure. Why not buy me a bike, then I won’t wear my shoes out so fast.
The best things in life are free – plus tax, of course.
Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth – less 40 percent inheritance tax.
When the time comes for the meek to inherit the earth, taxes will most likely be so high that they won’t want it.
The meek may inherit the earth just in time to see it sold for taxes.
A tour guide was showing a tourist around Washington, D. C. The guide pointed out the place where George Washington supposedly threw a dollar across the Potomac River. “That’s impossible,” said the tourist. “No one could throw a coin that far!” “You have to remember,” answered the guide. “A dollar went a lot farther in those days.”
God’s Time And Money
A preacher went into his church and he was praying to God. While he was praying, he asked God, “How long is 10 million years to you?” God replied, “1 second.” The next day the preacher asked God, “God, how much is 10 million dollars to you?” And God replied, “A penny.” Then finally the next day the preacher asked God, “God, can I have one of your pennies?” And God replied, “Just wait a sec.”