I said, "Because I am allergic to peanuts."
It’s not much, but it’s an honest living.
I said, "It's the amount of money I make."
they'd wouldn't have to rely on tips
To be honest, I think he’s milking it.
But I don’t like the bitter taste of de-feet
It was a real pair of dimes shift for me.
Those guys really make bank.
I hate being a teacher.
He said that his wage was so low he couldn't afford a car.
The wages weren't great but the tips were huge.
Cause she was on mini-mum wage
Farmers pay them a competitive wage.
Which is a pretty good deal for those on a poultry wage.
They don't need a living wage.
It's some time in the second world war and Hitlers top scientists have built a time machine. Eager to use it, but fearing an accident, the fuhrer instead sends one of his henchman forward to 1985, hoping to gain knowledge of the future to use against his enemies.
Much to Hitlers chagrin however, the henchman quickly returns to the present with only a Casio Keyboard in hand. Breathless with excitement, he declares "Mein Fuhrer! With this device we shall wage sonic warfare on our enemies!"... He hits the demo button and the room is filled with sound.
"So... what do you think?" says the henchman.
Hitler, aghast at this otherworldly device says
"You must be mad Schultz! There's no place in this world for a Nazi Synthesizer!"
does that mean they can garnish his wages? -George Carlin
Lohn is German for wages.
I was talking to my dad about my brothers new wage, when out of nowhere:
Dad: £50 a day, 3 days a week he's being paid.
Me: So he's currently earning just under £8000 a year?
Dad: Yes, but that's gross. ...
Me: I'd say its pretty great actually!
16 years has built up to this.
He signed an email:
"Love from Lost Wages,
Dad: So tomorrow I am going to lost wages Me: What? Dad: Las Vegas, get it? -5 minutes later- Dad: We need to go shopping to whole paycheck Me: ? Dad: Sorry I meant whole foods, get it? cause it takes a whole paycheck to buy food there!