Take her to the photo shoot.
IF she’s selling them, even the undies are “never worn” now.
A hippie who married well!
If $25k is all you have to live on, it is serious money, I’ll agree. And if you don’t have much or any disposable income, it is a very handy sum. I still bend over to pick up pennies, by the way, but I bend faster for quarters. ;)
From your lips to god’s ear (or to Greg’s, which is the same in Luann-world)
The Hippies’ kids were the yuppies, Plumbob. You’re getting your generations confused. “Crew-cuts” (those in the 60s who did not accept the hippie ethos) turned into rednecks. “Hippie-lites”, those who accepted the ideas but who still went to work every day may have evolved into DINKS (dual income no kids) or their kids may have become yuppies. Been there, done that, and have the grandkids to prove it. ;)
I’m retired. And I worked till I was 67, and worked hard. $1mil is worth about $25,000 in annual income. Looked at like that, it is not a lot of money. IF you are still working, pay yourself FIRST (by that I mean set aside as much money every payday as you can). IF you’re young, time is on your side; I started saving and investing in 1972.
yes and NO
From the point of view of Strip Production, not having to decide a new character’s face and features makes it much quicker, and much quicker to draw too.
Back when $1,000,000 was a LOT of money! Now it is chicken feed.