Dec 28, 2018
This week’s theme is wise words, quotes, and jokes about investing and retirement. You probably have kids or grandkids who like to text or email you in abbreviations:
LMK - let me know
ROFL - rolling on the floor laughing
ILY - I love you
The one I use all the time is IDK - I don’t know. I put this little abbreviation in an email to my father in law the other day. He’s 70, and I’m pretty sure he had no idea what I was saying.
So to get back at those little technologically savvy buggers, I have some texting abbreviations you baby boomers can start throwing around to thoroughly confuse the younger generations:
FWBB - Friend with Beta Blockers
CBM - Covered by Medicare
IMHO - Is My Hearing-Aid On?
WAITT - Who Am I Talking To?
And my personal favorite:
WTP - Where're the Prunes?
That’s it for today. Thanks for listening.
Tomorrow we’re going to talk about why you’re never too young, or never too old to go after what you want in life.
My name is Ashley Micciche and this is the One Minute Retirement Tip.
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