So make best and rich.
Photo courtesy of Mark Schreiber.
Billboard found above Shibuya station Tokyo.
You only money once
Money is everything … including life apparently
You only live twice, but the second time you’re broke.
This billboard came from the game show “Match Game” or perhaps from the Mad Lib game.
You Only Live Twice if you are James Bond
Life is Only Once – Money = Man
Life is Only Once + Money = Woman
YOLO+$. Ask a kid how to pronounce it.
So you get more lives depending on your income? Pay-to-win, much?
It always seemed to me that life just didn’t add up. Now I know why- not enough money.
Could be more if you pay for it
And drive backwards
Warrior is about to die; please insert coins.
Dead broke is forever.
This billboard is offensive to Hindus. (+ poor people)
But I still have anothet fifty bucks, can’t I do it twice?
I’m Only Once and I endorse this message.
If you do it right, both of them will accrue interest.
A warning to anyone contemplating dating a Japanese girl.
He: Is there any good reason why we shouldn’t get married?
She (with cold in head): Dough.
He. I thought you might bring that one up. Goodbye!
Don’t worry boys.
Paying for it, is infinitely cheaper than marriage + divorce = broke + in debt
Money can’t buy you happiness.
However. It can buy whichever misery you prefer.
@DnT Treat Asian ladies right, and you will accrue much more than interest.
‘Japanese mis-translate title of new Bond movie’
click here to buy lavish lifestyle DLC for only $1 million
deep thoughts by notorious B.I.G.
Life is hard to quantify, much less qualify.
I have a ¥ for living. Does that count…once?
I want to live four…ever.
Please early pay before living
For most people, one money is not enough
Life isn’t swimming poor
Life is [ be inserting favorite plaything here] + money
For beautiful human money.
Engrish is Only Many!
You can’t take it with you. So money doesn’t buy happiness, it rents it.
Bitter Sweet + Symphony + Money = Then you die
Actual Jack Benny sketch:
A robber points his gun at Jack Benny and says, “Your money or your life!” When Jack Benny fails to respond, the robber asks why. “I’m thinking!” says Jack Benny.