Discussion in 'Waffle' started by rysk, Feb 10, 2012.
"i hate drum and bass"
cunning tho .. aiming the advert to benefit dnb listening spongers that need to borrow money off to pay their dealer back for ticking half oz and 50 beans ... there like, what sort of reprobates are deff gunna need money ... ahhh ... chavs into that drum, and bass music they play where people get intoxicated on alcohol and illegal substances... lets put dnb in the advert and suck them in further...
working though,for a minute i thought "hmmm payday loan..." then i realised i don;t have a job
so get one and then you too can be a leech on society.
edit: i mean an even bigger one.
(inb4 shut-up you student cunt.)
earls a bad boy! haha!!
what tune is that ?
THE RIDDLER - AT THE TIME
Got trapped by wonga a few months back and ended up being heavily skint for a month to pay the fucker off. If you can avoid using it do so, worse than credit cards in my opinion. Especially if you have absolutely no self control after a few beers like me.
Literally just got a 150 quid wonga loan about 20 minutes ago.
Gonna pay it back on the 28th (day after payday). Im still in my first month of my new job, so im still skint.
It wasnt a good decision, seeing as i already owe 500 quid on my credit card and maxed it out (set my own credit limit at 500 so i didnt go mad).
But i wanna get the girlfriend shit for valentines day, get tickets to go see her at uni and i dont want to have to worry about money too much. I'll easily be able to pay off my credit card and my wonga loan on payday, and then i can just be frugal (sp?) next month, but i'll still have money.
Theyre a good idea, as ive instantly stopped worrying about money. But definitely no substitution for being sensible with money.
i object to adverts that offer me loans or easy access money, they all over the place, TV, papers, they fucking pop up on the net and the radio. and they have like 10000000% APR rates on them, FUCK OFF!!!!
Yeah man, wouldnt have done it if i didnt have to lol.
so how much you gotta pay back to borrow 150 for a month dedbult ?
Ive gotta pay like £24 interest i think.
disclaimer: i, in no way, support loan companies, they are the devils spawn and temptresses of the poor and vulnerable.....the ad just made me lol.
It took me years to crawl out of the credit cess pool...fucking hate them.
What's job you got now Dedbult? Is it in't sticks?
Yeah man, i agree, theyre terrible. But its helped me out, and i know i can pay it back on pay day so im not bothered if it helps me out right now. I know they take advantage of people, but its called a payday loan for a reason, short term loans can ber life savers. Like over christmas and, like my example, valentines day lol.
Dave, network analyst up town.
They are good for emergencies but it would have to be a real big one for me to take a loan I think, and yeah the marketing team got it spot on with that one
Thats the thing, its not really a proper loan, its not like you'd get a wonga loan to buy a car or be able to pay your mortgage, its literally for if your a bit short that month.
Well, personally i like wonga, theyve let me buy train tickets to see the gf, and left me with enough cash for cigs and food and a new shirt for work. But its not something id rely on. Once the cash flow picks up after my first paycheck i'll hopefully never have to use it again lol.
They already have you trapped mate
The thing is I agree, but next month you'll fall short of cash and do the same thing if you are like me. Then they just keep taking that £25 a month. Month by month, leaching your soul.
Haha, thats the thing, im gonna get paid around £1,300 after tax, 500 pays my credit card off, 170ish pays wonga off. I get the rest, im just careful for a month, then can resume as normal from the month after lol.
The different between this month and next month is i started this month with no money, thats why i took the wonga loan lol.
i hate these cringe adverts! They obviously have a good idea how simple minded young society is.
im guessing they're aiming for youngsters who have the IQ of a jeremy kyle contestant. Other ones like "quick cover" and "webuyanycar", embarrassingly childish adverts considering they are selling insurance and loans and such.
also this is just another terrible stigma of drum and bass provided
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