I’m Not Sure This Being Nice Is Working

I’m not sure this being nice is going to work.

Every time I think I am making progress something comes along to kick me in the bollocks and send me into a grumpy mood again.

I woke up this morning and went to the cash machine to get some money out and discovered that I have no money. That could not be right, I had saved two weeks wages. What is more I am actually overdrawn by a couple of quid.

When I got home I found out the reason.

T-Mobile had been taking their bill at the same time of the month since I started but for some reason this month they changed it and tried to take it at the middle of the month. Obviously there was no money as I did not know about this change.

The bank I use happily charges me £45 for every failed direct debit. Instead of contacting me T-Mobile tried to take it again this time there was money but it was a couple of pounds short of the bill amount so it failed and the bank charged me another £45.

Still not learning T-Mobile tried a third time and by this time I had money in there to cover the bill.

The bank is not finished, at the start of next month they will issue me with more charges of around £50 for going overdrawn on my account by a couple of pounds. The filthy money-grabbing cunts!

So I have no money for the long weekend, I have no money to go to Wembley on Sunday and I have no money to get to and from work next week so I have to walk from Bethnal Green to Walthamstow and back every day. (or until Thursday when I get paid again)

I think I’m going to go back to bed.

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