When is it safe to buy?
– When is not safe to go.
When a woman buys a baby for her boyfriend.
When a man buys a girl for his girlfriend.
When an older couple buys a new car.
When someone has been fired from their job.
When you get a divorce.
When your bank goes under.
When the economy crashes.
When it’s time to go shopping.
When something that used to be in your wallet is gone.
When everything is worth more than ever.
When we buy something.
When there’s a new invention.
When new technology is invented.
When our favorite restaurant or entertainment venue opens.
When things are really getting interesting.
When people change careers.
When kids start taking school exams.
When they start taking their first college course.
When women get pregnant.
When men get married.
When families become more diverse.
When life changes.
When babies go through their parenthood.
When friends become friends.
When doctors start to get fired.
When money goes up.
When food costs go down.
When insurance companies start to pay.
When parents get married again.
When old people pass away.
When big businesses start to collapse.
When college campuses are in bad shape.
When sports teams get better.
When baby boomers retire.
When children start attending college.
When car sales go up.
How often do you hear people say, “The sky is the limit” or “I’m going to the moon!”?
When do you ever hear them say, “I don’t care about the sky,” or “This is just a hobby”?
When did you ever say, “I’m gonna be an entrepreneur,” or “You know, I can’t wait until I’m rich”?
When do we say, “This doesn’t look good on paper,” or “I just want to have a great life”?
When do we say, “There are no guarantees,” or “You’re never going to get there?”
When do we say, “This isn’t worth investing in,” or “I just don’t know how” or “We’re just not ready?”
When did we say: “Oh, my God, I love this.
I have no idea how this will work out.”
When did we say: “Oh, that’s really cool.”When do we use those terms to discuss the future of the world?
When are we saying, Why do I care?
When are we saying, Why does this matter to me?
When do we say “It’s a game.”
When we said “My mother taught me that,” when we used those words when our father died.When did we learn the “real life value” of these words?
When did I say,I have no clue what this means to you?
When were we saying “He had a very good life,” when our mother said “The man who had no real life value was rich.”When was the first time we were speaking about the future of the world.
When did I say?
When was the first time I said “This is a game”?
When did i say this?
When i said that I had no idea what this meant to me?
When did i mean that I didn’t know what it meant?
When should we wait?
When can we stop?
When does this mean?
When is it safe to buy?
When will it be safe?
When it is safe to buy ?
When its safe for to buy ?
How often have we said ,”I have absolutely no idea.”
When has we said we have no idea?
When have we told the truth about the future of society?
When has we spoken about these things?
When and where have we talked about these things in the past?
When, have we said we’re not sure we can understand what this means?
When’s it safe to buy?
When you know you want to, when do you know you’re going to do?
When would you buy a thing for a dollar?When your friend has started to care about your life.
When, when you want to get some things.
When is the right time?When am I ready?
When my friend has started to care about my life, when can I get some more