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akana­mali @bikoblack­lick

In­vest­ment twit­ter: Where can I in­vest R0 and get R20 000 in re­turn by De­cem­ber?

j’dan @Jes­si­caSax­ena

My favourite bud­get quote: “The prob­lem with most fi­nan­cial ad­vice is that it as­sumes you have money.”

Karin Richards @Richard­s_Karin

For cry­ing in a bucket. Can we not go one full month without “MTN” and “law­suit” ap­pear­ing in the same head­line?

sha­monix @mixed­dank

I’m at that age where you don’t even go to bed in py­ja­mas; you wear free T-shirts that say “Eskom” or “Pam Gold­ing” on them.

Michael Ooster­ha­gen @MOoster­ha­gen

Will some­one please give #Car­lNiehaus an Arthur Mur­ray voucher for Christ­mas?

Prince Charles* @Charles_HRH

One can con­firm that the last per­son to en­ter Par­lia­ment with hon­est in­ten­tions was Guy Fawkes.

VeryBri­tishProb­lems @SoVeryBri­tish The seven lev­els of hang­over: “Bit tired.”

“Bit rough, ac­tu­ally.”

“I’ve felt bet­ter, to be hon­est.” “I can’t see.”

“Never again.”

“Kill me.”

Si­lence.

“When your work speaks for it­self, don’t in­ter­rupt.”

− Henry J. Kaiser, Amer­i­can in­dus­tri­al­ist who be­came known as the fa­ther of mod­ern Amer­i­can ship­build­ing (1882-1967)

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