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Size of income

July 22nd, 2006 at 11:39 pm

I read somewhere that the size of your income is related to that of your friends. Your income will be the average of the five people closest to you. So I totted up my closest friends income, divided by 5 and guess what? That's about how much I recieved last year.

It makes sense i guess. When I was working most of my friends worked and our income was about the same. Now I have mostly friends who are also on disability and our incomes are lower. I guess the way to increase my income is to get me some rich friends!

One of my friends just announced she's having a baby. I have a ton of yarn in my stash but no baby wool. So I will have to buy some to knit her a pair of bootees. I had hoped not to buy any until I'd used up all I had. On second thoughts, maybe I will use my scraps to knit a blanket.

5 Responses to “Size of income”

  1. rusty@saving Says:

    dang....i must hang out with homeless people and teachers........LOL

  2. Ima saver Says:

    My two closest friends are much poorer than I. However, their incomes are about the same as ours, so maybe you are right.

  3. yummy64 Says:

    Or see if another knitter you know with a huge stash of yarn has some odds they'll give you for booties. Booties take that "odd" bit that is left over. If you like I'm sure you could barter something in exchange.

  4. kashi Says:

    That is really weird. I added up my five closest friends' incomes, and viola, my income was the result. I need more rich friends, too. Wink

  5. flinnie Says:

    I know I need some rich friends.My income is way to low.

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