My most recent hobby is talking with my friends about money. Maybe I think life will be better if we were more open about it, but also maybe I like breaking taboos in the nerdiest way possible. Like how honest are we being here?
I live in an expensive city, but I have also spent the last eight years being terrible at money (also love, productivity, and getting six-pack abs, etc. etc.). I don’t plan to blog about money often, but I just want to let everyone that I have a savings account now and I have the foresight to not want to die penniless while wasting every second of my life yelling into the eVoid on Twitter. NOT GONNA DO IT.
p.s. I am terrible at arm wrestling
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Dying penniless is the whole point. If you have any left when you’re dead you wasted it.
I guess it depends on whether you want to pay for your own funeral expenses and give money to the next generation of your family or to charity or whatevs
I guess there’s that. This is reminding me of that line in the movie, Monster.
“So, I was gonna do it, and the only reason I didn’t was a 5 dollar bill, I knew I’d probably given some asshole a blowjob for it, so, it really started to piss me off that if I killed myself without spending it, well then I basically sucked him off for free!”
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