Friday, April 10, 2009

The Hitchhiker's Guide To Insanity

A new illness is plaguing the United Kingdom called Denial. Denial have resulted in a national personal debt of almost £1.1 trillion (source Credit Action). Symptoms include:

* Refusal to open up bank statements
* Tons of scratching of head, saying “how did it get to this?”
* Paying by plastic most, or all of the time
* Perspiration at the checkout

Denial is now the most common unwellness in the United Kingdom and it is spreading. Scientists are not certain how the unwellness reached such as epidemic proportions, but they are concerned about how the disease is mutating.

Take, for example, the horrid lawsuit of Karyn Bosnak, a self-confessed shopaholic. The American light-haired ran up a monolithic $20,000 of debt. Unable to contemplate the idea of actually working to pay it off, Karenic put up a website pleading with fleeceable surfboarders all over the human race to direct donations. And they did. And Karenic have now written tons of books about this venture and no longer needs to borrow such as huge amounts of cash. Karen, according to the website, lives happily ever after, but still endures from serious turns of Denial.

But most people don’t unrecorded happily ever after.

The most distressing side-effect of Denial is that most people are aware that they could make something about their debt and research appropriate credit options. However, most world don’t make this, most stick their fingers in their ears, stopping point their eyes and prevarication back and believe of England. They could, if they desired, expression on the internet for a financial information site. There are tons of them around. Available for consumer perusal is the compact and fair comparison land site Oregon the larger option … and those are only two of the more than popular choices. And if you’re Associate in Nursing American, you have got astatine your disposal.

What is most fantastic about Denial, in terms of consumer debt, is the bad name that banks are getting for seducing guiltless consumers into complex credit contracts. If fat McDonalds’ clients have got got to take duty for their actions, then poor borrowers should acknowledge the full effects of excessive shopping.


Further information:

‘What £1.1 one million million million of debt actually means', by Cashzilla
Consumers have already been given comparisons of debt and 3rd human race countries’ GDP. At Cashzilla, we don’t believe the message is setting in. We asked Jamie, a local expert, to make a small scientific experiment, which involved going to the store and purchasing a tubing of smarties. The tubing of smarties cost 40p and there were 42 smarties in the tubing (a very important number). Some charming computations later, Jamie worked out that £1.1 trillion would amount to coating the human race in smarties five million modern times over!

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