Usually people say “A fool and his money are soon parted” after you lose all your life savings investing in a failed steak fajita flavored personal lubricant venture. This saying is ultimately worthless because it’s just something you can say to someone to kick them when they’re down. This is something you say to someone after they’ve just lost everything. They’re already feeling bad about being broke, but you’ve gotta call them a moron on top of it? Look, I get it! I screwed up! The world isn’t ready for fajita lube!
|"I spent my life savings on this|
tea fueled rocket pack."
How many morons do you know who have a lot of money? A lot of dumb people probably have more money than you. If a fool and his money are soon parted then what’s the hold up? If this saying was actually true then George W. Bush wouldn’t have his own ranch. Not only is this saying not true, but a lot of people actually make money by doing dumb stuff. (See: MTV’s “Jackass” and Fox News). The only time this saying could be true is if it’s referring to parting temporarily with your money, like when you buy an celebrity entertainment magazine or a bottle of fajita flavored lube…