Posts Tagged ‘modern epigrams about cash’

A cash cow is full of chips.

There is no cold, hard cash; cash is lukewarm, limp and floppy.

We go toe-to-toe for the rhino.

We all know the truth: Love can buy you some really big money.

Eight or nine million dollars is overrated; the real money is in 0’s and 1’s.

Cash may buy a stash or just perhaps a long eyelash.

You can take some cash out, but it won’t bring the love back in.

All it takes to tangle the world are thin, paper rectangles with numbers on their corners.

It takes some dough to get some golden, crunchy crust.

Dough may be a smushy beginning, but it’s the way to a firm ending.