I like dime pieces.

Two dorks, one jar. Oh my gosh!

Literally. I like picking up dimes, and saving them. They say a penny saved…Then I usually walk away. Fluck a penny! 10 cents at a time is the bare minimum I roll with. Nickels are always good to have around; If only so you can flip them at people whom you don’t value and tell them “go buy yourself somethin’ nice!”

It only takes 10 dimes to make a dollar. Simple math. 100 dimes is 10 bucks. If you keep an Altoids tin, a jar or whatever else to collect change in, you’ll soon find yourself with instant disposable income. I probably shouldn’t call it instant though. Potatoes are never instant. You still need milk, a microwave, butter and salt before it’s close enough to being real food. It’s  kinda lucrative marketing  stupid to call THAT instant.

So yeah, it’s as instant as legally allowed, apparently.

In this case, the effort it takes to pick up a dime, or quarters(whatever the heck makes your boat float, sweetheart), represents the potato flakes. The container that holds your money is the bowl. repetition and time are the water and microwave, respectively.

This guy….gets bishes, I’m sure.

I guess you could put on a big tacky gold chain, listen to William Hung, then do the running man, and have that be the butter in you please. I’m not here to judge. I’m just kicking that sweet science for ya’ ass! Do whatever it takes to get your rocks off… You sick, uncoordinated freak, you!

How long it takes to accumulate this disposable jackpot depends. Do you have friends who like to ask you to do stuff all the time(that sweet girl you like, who turned into an ungrateful wench when she put you in the friendzone)? Well, You can tell them you are trying an experiment, and need all the loose change they can gather in order to help Will Smith save the world from aliens.

Or, tell them you like shiny things, and you want any extra coins they’re willing to spare. That’s the boring way to do it. Choose whatever way fits your personality.

if you have trouble keeping that hand of yours out of the currency cookie jar, you could put a note on it with a reminder of what you’re saving up for. this would mostly likely be a rainy day fund. that’s always a useful thing to have. Or, you could be saving for something specific, and long term. maybe you want to take a trip to Vegas, and catch all types of STD’s from the loose women who hang out in front of Barry Manilow’s dressing room.


Again, I ain’t judging shit.


Just be sure to have a  reason for this self maintained saving account of yours, or you’ll have many reasons to bleed your funds dry before they can grow into big strong sums like they’ve always dreamed of.

Allow me to shamelessly jack the closing line from every Hodge Twins Youtube video by saying….



…It’s just advice….That’s all it is….do whatever F&$# YOU WANNA DEW!





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