20.3.16

New Mantra

My new mantra is: “I want stuff. I’ll never have enough.”

Though somewhat late, I’m now getting in on the action. I’m planning to purchase a new white BMW convertible and can envision myself appearing really special as I tool around town with the wind blowing through my hair. Guess who will pay for it? That will be you. This car will be my first purchase since becoming a member of the Free Stuff Movement. Warning: You are the supporter of all of my excesses.

Soon I will start the application process for enrollment in the Harvard University Master of Writing program. While more expensive than many similar programs, it is my dream to be Harvard educated and I’m asking you to pay. A prestigious degree in writing, along with the massive marketing campaign I will launch (with your funding, of course), will make my novel a best seller and, in turn, make me famous. Maybe even a movie or TV show will be based on my story. Oh, and don’t forget transportation and housing expenses in Cambridge. Those things will also need your support. I promise to make you very proud of the way your money is being spent.

Eventually, I will be pressured to write a sequel to my novel and then my busy schedule as a BMW driving, newly degreed, famous author who participates in protests on weekends will requite me to hire a housekeeper and a cook. Of course, your taxes will pay for this new lifestyle. Maybe even a beach house. Oh, and don’t forget the iPhone upgrades and “in” wardrobe. The slogan for our organization is, “Just relax, they’ve got your backs.”

I’m worth every dime you will spend on me and I’m certain you agree that deciding to become an oldster taking advantage of my rights along with the youngsters in the Free Stuff Movement of America is a good thing. Someday you will even cease to mourn your low bank account balance and be more than happy you supported my extravagances.

Thank you very much! Merci beaucoup!

 
Did I mention that I’m also enrolling in a French class? Just a little icing on the cake. 




Cool, huh?

Image: Cliker



 

7 comments:

  1. My comment is...NO comment. 😉

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  2. You lost me at "with the wind blowing through my hair," because I know that is something you would never let happen!! Though I do think you should write that sequel. :)

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    1. Funny, Ilene. You know I would make a great convertible gal.

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  3. Political? Aw, I think not a whit.
    (Don't forget your all expenses paid, by us, to the Riviera.)

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    1. Vanilla, I overlooked that one.

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  4. I take great comfort in knowing that you will be well taken care of by the best government that money can buy.

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    1. You are so compassionate, Secondary Roads.

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