Sunday, March 02, 2008

How sub-prime is affecting the Japanese banks

And now... in business news...

It seems that the USA sub-prime problem has rippled over to
Japan. And the consequences are set to be disastrous...

The Origami Bank has folded...

The Karaoke Bank is up for sale – and going for a song...

Shares in Kamikaze Bank has nose-dived...

Sumo Bank has gone belly-up...

The Bonzai Bank are cutting their branches...

Samurai Bank are forecasting a sharp cutback...

1,000 staff at Karate Bank have got the chop...

And... rumour has it that something fishy is happening at
Sushi Bank and staff are predicted to get a raw deal..

6 comments:

angryharry said...

LOL!

Good one!

AH

Henry said...

WTF!? I don't get the point of your comment. Where you making fun of Japanese banks? They actually are doing better than most European and American banks. Japan still has the 2nd highest GDP you know...

Darren said...

Its a J O K E.

(The hint was in the 'humour' tag)

TBA said...

lol.

I was so damn confused, I was going to comment on what it's labeled as "Humour"- but you obviously made a comment that it was meant as a joke.

HAR-DEE-HAR-HAR.

tba said...

oh snap.

ROTFL.

oK, I re-read teh post. NOW I see the jokes.

Henry said...

I think you could have done a lot better. It's actually Bonsai not Bonzai... unless you meant to say Banzai. If you want Japanese humor just post some game shows, they're 1000 times better than TV shows here.