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The Khan Bank

Growing up, my sisters and brother decided to start our own bank: The Khan Bank. Members of the bank were aged 2-10. A beautiful logo depicting a feather with an ink bottle was created and pasted on our bedroom door (Yes, we were fond of ‘classy’ things at that age).  All money was deposited in a ‘drawer’ of our dressing table. From what I recall, the total amount was below 20 Riyals.  The sole borrower was “the brother”. The bank was bankrupt within 7 days of opening. Nobody ever got their money back.

Lesson Learned then: None. Money Saving is not an attitude at that age, we didn’t really need a bank. I doubt my older sibling’s intention with that bank in the first place. What were they thinking?

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3 thoughts on “The Khan Bank

  1. lmaoooooo….I think i was lik 3 actually….I ball so hard at that age.

    Posted by Anam | February 10, 2012, 12:43 pm
  2. Bahahaha, that’s awesome. At least you had money to even start a bank, our money was extorted by the mafia (parents).

    Posted by dehahs | February 10, 2012, 12:57 pm
  3. hahahaha I laughed so hard on this one….

    Posted by tweetytab | September 25, 2012, 5:55 pm

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