ANYONE who can’t get a mortgage may as well kill themselves, according to a new survey.
According to new government statistics, anyone still renting their home past the age of about 39 is going to die alone and unloved, in the knowledge that they have failed on the most fundamental level.
Estate agent Tom Logan said: “Mortgage lending is soaring, basically everyone owns a house now apart from complete social pariahs.
“Every day I’m selling houses to confident, fertile young couples who are going to make all the rooms delightful and then fill them with happy, obedient children.
“Eventually they will buy another, larger house. Their friends will come over for high quality food and wine, and they will discuss each others’ houses.
“Obviously their social group won’t include people who rent. What would they talk about? How the landlord has consistently failed to fix their broken cooker because he doesn’t consider them fully human?
“Not to be unkind, but you don’t really want renters in your house because the stench of abject failure really gets in the back of your throat.”
36-year-old Emma Bradford said: “I’d never worried that much about buying a house. We rent a flat, which means getting to live in a place and be broke, same as if we’d bought it.
“But as I grow older and more mentally vulnerable, I realise I was wrong. I do hope the bank or government will lend us more money than we could ever hope to pay back.
“Then we will be happy, because happiness is not being different.”