21 Experiences That Every Twentysomething Has With Money
You use contactless because you're not brave enough to take out anything more than £10 at the cash machine.
Your wallet is full of this 99% of the time.
But if you need a specific receipt for some reason, it's not there.
You know you're going up in life when you've upgraded from something like this...
And you know you've really gone up in life when you've gone from something like this...
You still have no shame queuing for free or discounted things though, like free Waitrose coffee.
When you get your first big job in your twenties your income and spending is something like this.
Then a couple of years later you earn a bit more money and that bar graph looks like this.
Still...could be worse. It could be Christmas.
But no matter how much you earn, you do this every single time you go to the cinema.
You also wonder this: "Has anyone gone to a Pizza Express without using a voucher?"
You love paying on contactless.
You always get excited when you get paid and you manage to jump out of your overdraft.
Even though all the money you have is this.
You're also starting to get a bit confused about why you're receiving phone calls from your uni.
Every email you get from them looks like this.
You learn there is one thing that divides us all.
But whether you are renting or buying a house there is STILL one thing that unites us and always will:
And we're all morally outraged, insulted, and distressed at how expensive a FREDDO IS THESE DAYS.
How much should it cost?
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