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Alert: I Got Held Up At The Bank Today January 30, 2007

Posted by harrison in Crime, Personal Experiences, Religion, Science, Terrorist Hemorrhoids.

I went during my lunch hour and the line was longer than I thought it’d be.       Bad planning, I guess.


1. F.B.I. - January 30, 2007

Mr. Harrison,

Please contact our office immediately. We’d like to discuss your sense of humor.


2. kevlarchick - January 30, 2007

I solved that problem by not going to the bank. I have a big mattress, the money goes under it and stays warm and close to Mama.

3. Feisty - January 30, 2007

I just opened a savings account without ever setting foot inside a bank. Fill out the application online, fax in a signature, transfer money into account from primary acct via Intertubes.

There really is no reason to ever set foot inside a bank unless you’re depositing a shitpile of money for a company or something.

4. daveintexas - January 30, 2007

I love making direct deposits.

I do those with my banking transactions also.

ba dum dum dum

5. sandy burger - January 30, 2007

You have to go to the bank in person in order to do an international wire transfer. I think this is to comply with “know your customer” rules to make money laundering more difficult.

6. Mrs. Peel - January 30, 2007

But there are lollipops at the bank. If you do direct deposit, or mail in your deposit and deposit slip, you don’t get lollipops.

I don’t know how I can make this any clearer.

7. The Bank - January 30, 2007

That’s part of the reason we moved to on-line banking, Mrs. Peel. What, do you think we’re made of money?

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