These tweets sum up the realities of our lives. And well, the joke's on you!
In recent times, prices of things have been shooting up, but unfortunately the same cannot be said about our pay. While some people are constantly on the brink of running out of money, others are flat out broke. It would be a lie if you denied being in such a situation at some point in life unless you're insanely rich. Although it is a tense situation to be in, we often tend to lighten our mood by joking about it. It's the only coping mechanism that these Twitterati know as well!
Me: I'm going to travel a lot this year.— Mollyyy (@heymolz) February 3, 2016
Bank account & work schedule: pic.twitter.com/69VntIAV0K
Even our bank account calls us out on our bluff!
My "15 minutes of fame" are when I get my paycheck and everyone I owe money comes to collect— Jermz (@BlackJerms) January 6, 2016
And it goes away in the blink of an eye.
Good news, according to my bank account I'm just a cool $1,000,021.87 away from being a millionaire— Tal (@TMWanish) August 27, 2018
The most important thing is that I'm Alive.— Damss (@Damii_Dtee) March 15, 2016
"@SubDeliveryMan: At this very moment, how much is in your bank account?""
Isn't it painful?
as a kid, I used to think $1,000 was a lot of money. But now that I'm an adult, I think it's a tremendous amount of money— Laura O.G. (@lgbk44) March 20, 2016
Nothing has changed!
"Hello darkness my old friend."— Jessie (@NicCageMatch) November 22, 2015
Darkness: I'm not lending you any money.
Even darkness has given up on him!
Best to ignore such gossip!
[on quiz show]— k e i t h🐤🥔 (@KeetPotato) October 14, 2014
"and if you won some money today keith, what would you do with it?"
*leans way too close into the microphone*
spend it alex
Wasn't that obvious Alex?
a guy next to me on the subway just opened his bank app, saw he had $27 in his checking account, shook his head all pissed off, then immediately went to spotify and turned on the mood booster playlist— Bob Vulfov (@bobvulfov) April 2, 2018
Let's ease it together!
[restaurant]— Jon (@ArfMeasures) September 7, 2017
DATE: Tell me something naughty about you
ME [loudly chewing lobster] I haven't brought any money
That's a really nasty thing!
So in 2016 I've decided to leave all the negative people behind. So im sorry if i owe you money because im moving on from that now.— Liam Wilson (@justliamwilson) December 30, 2015
That's a good plan, though!
Avoiding checking my bank account because what I don't know can't hurt me— Igwe 2pac (@Igwe_2pac_) October 20, 2016
Nothing can hurt me!
me on payday vs me a day after payday pic.twitter.com/5lXXmdyvA4— Chris Sotto (@chrismsotto) August 28, 2018
We're back to being broke on the very next day.
Daughter: Daddy, why is the moon following us around?— Tim (@Playing_Dad) August 28, 2015
Me: I probably owe it money like everyone else on the planet
And now it's celestial!
Hold on I'm about to count my money. Alright I'm done.— Bob (@fadethepublic77) September 14, 2013
That's the way we roll!
A lot has changed since high school. For instance, somehow I have even less money.— Spence (@SpenceDen) July 20, 2018
We weren't looking forward to this!
It's OK, funds.— Daz? (@HomeProbably) May 1, 2016
I'm insufficient too.
They never do!
Cashier: do you want to buy a bottle of water for $1? The money goes to charity— David Hughes (@david8hughes) May 12, 2017
Me [pretty thirsty]: I already had some water a few days ago
I wish I could help.
I can't afford an electric toothbrush, so I just roll a baby hedgehog in some toothpaste and hold in it my mouth for 15 minutes.— 🇺🇸Frank Whitehouse 🇺🇸 (@WheelTod) August 15, 2014
How broke is he?
My safe word is "insufficient funds".— GrossHopper (@AGStr8upNinja) April 21, 2013
This guy is too damn funny!
so glad i worked all summer, now i have $18 in my bank account instead of $8— college student (@collegeprobIem) August 24, 2018
Mo' money mo' problems might be true, but I'd still like to find out for myself.— OneFunnyMummy (@OneFunnyMummy) October 9, 2015
Let us see for ourselves!
A tough decision to make!
Just called the bank for my account info and a voice whispered 'If you break the pack in half, Ramen noodles can last you two days.'— Spanky McDutcherson 🔸 (@thatdutchperson) November 23, 2013
This is just sad!