Bank statement handled like unexploded bomb
A MAN is approaching his bank statement as if he were attempting to deactivate a bomb.
Nathan Muir heard the letter drop through the door, aware that the only post he ever receives is either bank statements or menus for a local takeaway called Chick’n’ Shack. Muir then left it for an hour before approaching it slowly with no sudden movements.
He said: “Carefully reading the statement and understanding its implications is the responsible thing to do, but I also know that last month I spunked £86 on a pair of nunchuks.
“It will now sit menacingly on the kitchen table for a week until I open it when I’m pissed. Then I’ll come downstairs the next day and be forced to look at how much money I haven’t got, but with a massive hangover. It’ll be fine.
“Maybe I should go paperless. It won’t stop me pissing my money up the wall but it’s easy to ‘forget’ to check online.
“I’ll just cross my fingers that my house won’t be repossessed instead.”