The Funniest Tweets About Money Problems (Part 2)

A good sense of humor is a valuable trait. Not only is it entertaining for the people around you, it can also alleviate the sadness when it comes to money problems you’re probably dealing with in your life. Scroll down for the best examples and don’t forget to check out Part 1.

As a therapist I can say confidently, that while therapy is helpful, what most people really need is money

When I was young I was poor. But after decades of hard work, I'm no longer young.

Got stuck in a convo with some wealthy people and a guy asked me how my investments were doing. Told him both avocados should be ripe by tomorrow.

just checked my bank account and figured out I can live comfortably without working for the rest of my life as long as I die on Saturday

why is being alive so expensive. im not even having a good time

Working your whole life just to 'enjoy' a few years when you're close to death is one of the biggest scams

been making coffee at home instead of getting starbucks for two months which according to economists should’ve made me a billionaire by now so what is happening

I've analyzed my spending and it turns out my most expensive habit is “having a place to live”

Buying a house is like "we have no way of knowing you'll pay back this mortgage of £500 a month" "I've been paying my landlord £1000 a month" "Why can't you save up £25000 to reassure us you can afford £500" "Because I've been paying my landlord £1000 a month"

if robbers ever broke into my house and searched for money, i'd just laugh and search with them

Me: I wanna travel more My bank account: like around the block?

Money can't buy happiness but poverty can't buy anything. #mondaythoughts

Love living in end stage capitalism where a parking spot makes more an hour than I do as an EMT

Someone should make a food app that connects to your bank account and only lists restaurants you can afford, could call it Welp

College students will say they’re broke and then pay $30 for delivery from a place half a mile away...what’s broke? Your legs?

Cost of living crisis is hitting everyone hard. Our 5 year old cat that moved out over a year ago just came back home full time like nothing happened. Ma’am

If your "tips on saving money" starts with assuming I pay $5 for coffee everyday you already think I have more money than I do.

Don’t be afraid of SUCCESS. I was down to my last $100 in my bank account and did I use it to buy food? Pay rent? NO! I INVESTED it and now I have $63.47.

So I’m @ the bank waiting in line & the guy in front of me is spitting game to the teller, she’s laughing & he’s attractive so I can tell she’s digging it, he asks her if he can take her out and she says “with what? The whole $11.96 you got in your account?” SON, my chest

For my next trick I will be stretching $20 till the end of January.

I've been asking my boyfriend to join me in the shower recently. Poor fucker thinks I can't resist him. The truth is it's saving us nearly £10 a week in electricity.

ive been thinking about it and ive realized it is in my financial best interest to pass away

i have the soul of a poet and unfortunately, also the wallet of a poet

Me on Zillow with $14.27 in my bank account: “Only one bathroom??? No thank you, next.”

If you enjoyed these tweets, also check out Part 1.

5 thoughts on “The Funniest Tweets About Money Problems (Part 2)”

  1. Wife: “Why do you leave your wallet in your car door?!”
    Me: “So I don’t forget it when I need it.”
    Wife: “But it could get stolen!”
    Me: “Jokes on them. Have you seen our bank statement?”

  2. Many years ago, I was out at a Manhattan restaurant with my wife and came up with a new proverb for our young bohemian lifestyle: “Money is no object in our bank account.”

    I didn’t realize at the time just how durable that pithy little epigram would prove over the years.

  3. It’s not about having more money, it’s about setting your expectations correctly.
    There is really no need in eating in a restaurant once a week, going out on vacation twice a year or taking a shower every second month.

  4. The first one is so true that it hurts. But growing up in an abusive family I have to say that if people with money would invest more in their own therapy, it could change everything.

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