Wednesday, 1 October 2014

More madness

So what do you do when you've spent all you money on trainers & makeup & you can't afford to eat without borrowing money, of course, silly question, you spend £200 on a fecking tattoo. At the same time telling people that it's not fair & some people are really lucky 'cos they have a freezer full of meat & they  can afford to eat!
And what do you do if you don't work/have never worked & you are depressed? Spend £450 on a fecking puppy! I'm all for people having a pet to cheer them up, but do you have to spend £450, especially when you already have 4 fecking dogs!

11 comments:

kate steeper said...

Here here .....got to love some folks

Scarlet said...

Did they borrow the money for the tattoo aswell? If they did, more fool the person who lent it to them.

Anonymous said...

Nowt as queer as folk!
Maggie.

Frugal Queen said...

Some people are so stupid it's a wonder they can wipe their own backsides!

Eeek said...

Lordy.. I know of a family who claim benefits but could afford to buy two pedigree dogs for 500 each....then please poverty. The lights plast all day, they have sky ty etc and no intention of working. I am related to said family. Yes madness. Instant gratification.

When someone asked to borrow money ( not the above family) for food I bought them a bag of shopping including eggs, beans, potatoes, pasta etc Not like I would get hte cash back if I had given them money.. £50. The shopping bad cost less. Similarly I watched a clever lady give a beggar who had a sign up saying they were hungry give said person some rolls, jar of spread. Clearly they were very hungry so much so they put the rolls in the bin. Meh! Some people are mad, Atttention??? Do they think we are stupid??

lah2563 said...

Some people beggar belief!!

kathy said...

You couldn't make it up, - could you?

Jangly Jack said...

Why would anybody spend money they don't have on a puppy, when there are hundreds in animal shelters who would love to have a new home in return for a tiny outlay????
As for everything else, there seems to be a mindset amongst some people of " I want this now, but who will pay for it for me?", which I completely can't understand. It makes me sad, but I am also pleased to say that I appreciate everything I have because I've worked/saved for it, and my daughter is learning the same values as well.

The Saver Of Suburbia said...

We live in a 'because I am worth it' culture. It's the whinging and whining that really irritates; 'poor me, it's not fair, everyone else has them why can't I?'

kelley said...

complete madness...

Irene Holland said...

Tell these people what you think of them and then stop associating with them.