These tweets about being broke will surely make us laugh and cry over our dwindling bank balance in this harsh economy.
Everything is expensive these days and once you start paying your own bills, you realize that adulting isn't a joke. Most of us face some sort of financial trouble and recovering from it might not be the easiest thing ever but at least we can hold onto our sense of humor to get through.
We have stumbled upon a bunch of tweets by people who are having a hearty laugh over being broke. Because the economy might screw us over, we might run out of money and that dream vacation might always remain a distant dream but the least we can do is laugh at the relatable misery. So check out the most hilarious tweets about money problems and being broke which just might bring a smile to your face and at the same time, inspire you to start saving more.
[buying book on how to save money and stops in the middle of purchase] wait a second— Cat Damon (@CornOnTheGoblin) December 23, 2015
For my next trick I will be stretching $20 till the end of January.— Uzuri🍃 (@flydenzxx) December 26, 2021
The cool thing about talking to “therapy is the solution” folks while you’re poor is that no matter what you say, they say “you should go to therapy!” and when you say you can’t afford it, they just blink at you— Carissa Will Survive (@CarissasNewLife) January 26, 2023
Don’t be afraid of SUCCESS. I was down to my last $100 in my bank account and did I use it to buy food? Pay rent? NO! I INVESTED it and now I have $63.47.— jon drake (@DrakeGatsby) October 1, 2020
Just checked my bank account.— Aye_its_lesly1 (@aye_its_lesly1) June 13, 2019
That mf said $LMA0.00
Y'all Ever Put a $7.02 Pack of Chicken Back and GOT a Pack That was $6.98???😭— ✨Pretty.Tee✨ (@Tee_dabratt_) December 17, 2018
Cost of living crisis is hitting everyone hard. Our 5 year old cat that moved out over a year ago just came back home full time like nothing happened. Ma’am— Chipo (@BeingChipo) January 16, 2023
The bank says I can’t afford a $950 mortgage so I pay $1400 a month in rent instead.— Kat 🖤 (@KatMeanJean) February 15, 2021
Being poor is cool cause you’ll be saving up for something you really want and you’ll almost be there and ready to buy it and then your check engine light comes on.— Atom Yango (@atomdatcom) March 18, 2019
I cant wait until i’m financially stable to afford who i really am— 🖤 (@aanaiTTianaa) March 24, 2019
ive been thinking about it and ive realized it is in my financial best interest to pass away— alex (@uhhdamn) July 28, 2019
One day I hope to be wealthy enough to not do a double take every time I see abandoned furniture on the side of the road.— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) May 31, 2017
Me: I wanna travel more— College Student (@ColIegeStudent) November 16, 2021
My bank account: like around the block?
All these high school seniors are like "can't wait to see what the next chapter holds"— College Student (@ColIegeStudent) May 17, 2022
Gaining 15 lbs & spending $200 on a textbook, that's what it holds
I've been asking my boyfriend to join me in the shower recently. Poor fucker thinks I can't resist him. The truth is it's saving us nearly £10 a week in electricity.— Fesshole 🧻 (@fesshole) January 26, 2023
when I get MARRIED my WIFE will be in THE KITCHEN where she STAYS and I WILL ALSO be there BECAUSE it’s ALSO our BED ROOM. we live in a VERY SMALL studio apartment because we are POOR— Joey⚡️ (@joeygllghr) June 18, 2019
My goal was to have $10,000 saved by the end of 2022. I'm already at $8.32.— 𝒥𝒶𝓂𝑒𝒸𝒶 𝒥𝒶𝓃𝓃𝑒𝓈𝑒 💛 (@Jameca2011) October 30, 2022
paid my rent so don’t ask me to go out because i’m in the crib getting my moneys worth.— chy (@politicallychy) October 1, 2018
I remember when I was young I used to say that once I grow up I would help poor people,now I grew up and I’m the poor people 😭😭😭😭— Agent 007 🔫 (@Jay4Jesse) March 4, 2022
I forgot how expensive outside was.— Victoria M. Walker (@vikkie) May 25, 2021
Part of being an adult is "We got food at the house"-ing yourself— lil oat lady (@KendaddyDoe) April 10, 2017
I wish my bank account refilled as fast as my laundry basket— Vic (@vic_moser) September 18, 2018
My superpower is blowing $150 in two days and then making $7.43 last a whole week— College Student (@ColIegeStudent) October 13, 2021
Me: I shouldn’t really eat out today; I have to save money— Jimmy John’s (@jimmyjohns) October 25, 2018
Me: if you buy food with cash, it’ll look like you’re not spending money bc the number in your bank account will be the same
Me: can’t argue with that logic, let's eat!
i have the soul of a poet and unfortunately, also the wallet of a poet— Mike Ginn (@shutupmikeginn) May 9, 2016