"1) Understand that no matter what you do, Young Spender, there will be occasions upon which your bank balance will slide into the negatives: a. Understand that whether you, Young Spender, spend like a sailor or like a housewife from a ravaged country, there will be at least one occasion in which your bank account will overdraft. Reasons for this include: i. Bills posting earlier or later than predicted, i.e., unexpectedly. ii. An excess of purchased goods, services, or products as such to exceed available funds; i.e., overspending. iii. The friend to whom you loan your debit card to buy himself a lunch turning out to be less trustworthy than your two years together at the community college would have led you to believe; i.e., Fraud."
John Fram kills it. A+ work right here.
10:37 am • 12 April 2012 • 1 note