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0390: A Penny Saved
20th Mar, 2017 in Unchaptered

0390: A Penny Saved
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Mel Cormac edit delete
Mel Cormac
Seth, your laptop clashes with your outfit quite badly. Who dressed you? Me? Okay, that makes sense.
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ProfEtheric edit delete reply
Fiscal responsibility? What's that?


(Kidding... it's actually been a while since I had that attitude.)
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
I wish I could say the same, but every time I look at my savings account it seems to speak to me... "think of how many shiny things you could buy with meee!" XD
anonymous coward (Guest) edit delete reply
<sarcasm> Meh, having enough money to do boring things is the start of becoming boring. Isn't it better to die in a ditch of a paint-huffing OD, homeless, penniless and under 40? </sarcasm>
MST3KFan edit delete reply
I'm the type that would probably burn extra money if I got it too...but on things I like such as toys or video games. >_>
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
It may not have occurred to him that he can spend that large sum of money in small amounts on things he actually wants lol
JC Webcomics edit delete reply
JC Webcomics
Now I'm just wondering what sort of small business Seth would start. I'm guessing 'put it into savings until you figure out what you want to spend it on' isn't his style.
JammyTheBirb edit delete reply
Heheheh. Jon's attitude to money here really reminds me of me. I do know the feeling of wanting to buy something random, awesome and unnecessary though, I can just never think of something that's worth it. ^w^'
Artorigus edit delete reply
Relax, Seth. Just put it on a debit card and carry it around. It'll all be gone in a couple of weeks and you'll be hitting yourself for all the impulse purchases.
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
Yeah, that's what I normally do! Put contactless payment on it, to make the money really fly out!