Saving Money Isn’t Sexy – Until Now!

saving money isn't sexy

This post has already gotten me in trouble with my wife, but I swear it was necessary research!

Big Mike was kind enough to inform me that:

“The problem with this (simple investing) plan is that it’s boring, and if it’s too boring people would rather spend their money on a new car than the investment plan, and they’ll never get to that $100,000.”

Boring?!? Hmmm, obviously there are people who visit here that don’t think that my writing is sexy enough and I wasn’t going to sit around and do nothing about it. Research – I needed to do lots of in depth research (yes, you can now see why this post got me in trouble with my wife 😉 ). What I foun


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9 Responses to Saving Money Isn’t Sexy – Until Now!

  1. ~Dawn says:

    This is definately not work safe…. hehe

  2. How To Be Poor says:

    During his first couple of years in high school, my kid brother used to come home from farm work covered in cow manure. Ten munites wouldn’t go by and two-three always different upperclassman girls would drive up, cuddle with him, and watch a movie, cow manure and all. They didn’t care, the guy was so-o-o sexy, they said. Moral: it’s the people who make things sexy or not.

  3. pfadvice says:

    I don’t think photos of cow manure would help my sexiness in this particular case – and would not have been near as much fun to search for 😉

  4. Caitlin says:

    sexxxxxxy indeed! I thought it was kinda sexy when LaLa put $900 into our emergency fund…is there something wrong with me?

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  6. Madame X says:

    Yes! Sexiness is the answer. And if anyone finds this too vanilla, there’s always the dominatrix approach

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  8. ahmd says:

    blas Iwent film sex now blassssssssssss

  9. Erica says:

    Saving money is sexy – scantily clad men or not 😉

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