The British tradition of the Christmas Cracker is something I plan on continuing. Today, we will celebrate the horrible puns found in the Crackers, with these Terrible Financial Crackers.
Inside Christmas Crackers, there was a toy, a paper crown and usually a bad joke, pun or sage advice. These ideas for some sage financial advice are supposed to make you groan and wince when you read them.
I used to be a banker, but I lost interest.
I once got into so much debt that I couldn’t even afford my electricity bills, they were the darkest times of my life.
I had an account with a bank in the North Pole, but they froze all my assets.
Cracker for Uncle Stan
A bank manager without anyone around may find themselves a-loan.
Some Other Bad Financial Puns
You get the idea, the Financial Christmas Cracker needs a financial pun (or worse a groaner) as its message.
Cost of living balloons due to high inflation!
Two banks with different rates have a conflict of interest.
Irresponsible financiers must be discredited.
During an earthquake in California a bank went into default.
Always borrow money from a pessimist. He won’t expect it back.
OK One More
There was an extra one in the box:
Money talks …but all mine ever says is good-bye.