A Frog Gets a Loan

A frog walks in to a bank and gets in line for one of the loan officers. When he gets called back, he says that he needs a loan.

"Hi, I'm Patrick Whack. What kind of loan are we talking about?" says the loan officer.

"I want to start a business, Mr. Whack," the frog replies.

"Please, call me Patty," Patrick says, "How much are you hoping to borrow?"

"I figure I'll need two million to get started," says the frog.

"Two million?! We're going to need some collateral for a loan like that. What do you have?"

"Well, I've got this small plastic statue of the Empire State Building."

Patrick is flustered, and decides to go check with the bank manager. They come back several minutes later. The manager takes one look at the frog and says, "Say, weren't you that frog that was adopted by Mick Jagger a few years back?"

The frog nods, "Yeah! Life has been great ever since, but now I want to get out and do something on my own. I figure a business is just the thing to --"

Patrick interrupts, "But all he has for collateral on a two million dollar loan is this cheap plastic statue! I mean what even is it?!"

The bank manager turns to Patrick and says, "It's a knick-knack, Patty Whack. Give the frog a loan. His old man's a Rolling Stone."

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