I weak at economics, also economically backward. what does that make a wife?
shouldn't the first question be about figuring out whether 'wife' belongs to assets or..... :D
I didn't even see 1! :) Tell me something, you get up in the middle on the night to write this? Or?
How about deprecating asset?
an asset(?) that you learn to appreciate as everything around you depreciates?
A long term Bond?
ermm a liability na...or is this a trick question?
austro - uhm..lets say that makes her NOT risk averse?manu - so its an open question no. is she an asset or a expense?nandini - i was tempted to. but laziness prevailed. naren- deprecates WHo? hehesandy - so speaketh the bachelorMo - yus i like that one. bond with a penalty clause if you bail out before the maturity. pays rich dividents if you dont. epiphany - its one of those kaleidoscope questions - everyone can have a different view no
wife is a wife yaar. so easy no? if a man can have a mistress, can his wife have a mister? haha, i got a new post. I am going to my blog.
ones an off the balance sheet asset, other one stays on the balance sheet
arunima - yus mister it is. but valid point. sud - ah but still an asset you think?
...a potential liability, in that case? :Pg
A stakeholder ... more like a stakeowner ... oh well, face it ... wives own you
normally appreciating bank balance and deprecating wife results in finding appreciative mistress. depreciating mistress in such a case means a possibility of premature encashment and replacement much before 'use until' date.
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