More credit crunch jokes

With public holidays in many parts of the world this weekend, my colleague Andy Gibbins has kindly collated a new selection of credit crunch jokes:

You know it’s a credit crunch when…
• The cashpoint (ATM) asks if you can spare any change.
• There’s a ‘buy one, get one free’ offer – on banks.
• The Inland Revenue is offering a 25 per cent discount to anyone who can pay their taxes.
• Your builder asks to be paid in Zimbabwean dollars
• Prince Charles’ home, Highgrove, has been repossessed.
• Victoria Beckham is photographed shopping in Primark and Wal-Mart.

The credit crunch has helped me get back on my feet. The car’s been repossessed.

A reporter on his way home is stuck in traffic. A policeman tells him: ‘It’s the Prime Minister. He’s so depressed, he’s stopped his motorcade and is trying to set himself on fire, because so many people blame him for the credit crunch. All the other drivers have stopped, and are taking up a collection for him.’
The reporter asks: ‘How much have you got?’
The officer replies: ‘About 40 gallons of gasoline, so far, but a lot of people are still siphoning from their tanks.’

Earlier selections of jokes, and the original sub-prime jokes, can be found by clicking here.

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Paul Hodges is Chairman of International eChem, trusted commercial advisers to the global chemical industry. He also serves as a Global Expert for the World Economic Forum. The aim of this blog is to share ideas about the influences that may shape the chemical industry and the global economy over the next 12 – 18 months. It looks behind today’s headlines, to understand what may happen next in critical areas such as oil prices, China and Emerging Markets, currencies, autos, housing, economic growth and the environment. Please do join me and share your thoughts. Between us, we will hopefully develop useful insights into the key factors that will drive the industry's future performance.

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