PF Comic #3 – Mo’ Money featuring J. Money from Budgets are Sexy

Posted December 16th, 2009 and last modified October 3rd, 2014

Our PF Comics launch was really successful – thanks for all your support. Check out our latest comic featuring J. Money from Budgets are Sexy.

We’re inspired by the personal finance blogging community, the support we’ve received for our PF Comics has been nothing short of fantastic! We are motivated to keep on delivering more Personal Finance comics, and have brainstormed a completely new character in a new series called Mo’ Money.

Find the secrets and you could appear in our next comic

There are 3 easter eggs throughout this comic that belong to other pf bloggers, find them and be the first to comment your answer to win.

PF Comic #3 – Mo’ Money featuring J. Money from Budgets are Sexy

J. Money decides to try his luck with some lottery tickets…

PF Comic #3 - Mo' Money featuring J. Money from Budgets are Sexy

Let us know what you thought and if you can find the secret easter eggs

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14 Responses to PF Comic #3 – Mo’ Money featuring J. Money from Budgets are Sexy

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    Imo | June 15, 2011

    Wouldn’t the lesson of this comic depend on whether J$ is doing this as an attempt at making money or just a matter of personal entertainment?

    If he’s doing it to make money, then, yes, it’s a bad idea. But let’s say that he’s doing it to entertain himself. So, we have 100 scratch-off lottery tickets. He could possibly take like 90 seconds per lottery ticket. Times 100, that’s about 2 1/2 hours of entertainment time, right? He’s getting $38 back, so his net cost is $62. While spending $62 for 2.5 hours of entertainment might not be the best bang for the buck, it’s also not as bad as it might seem at first glimpse. Right?

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    Jeremy | June 2, 2010

    Part 2 of PF Comic #5 is now live!: http://www.creditcardfinder.com.au/credit-card-rewards-or-credit-card-regrets-pf-comic-5-part-2-of-2.html

    Thanks for your support everyone! :)

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    Kelly | December 17, 2009

    Oh man, everyone beat me to the Easter eggs! I saw 2 easily, and finally found the turtle. Oh well.

    Funny I never knew being a PF blog geek would ever come in handy!

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    Jeremy | December 17, 2009

    @Jeff – Welcome! I LOVED G.I. Joe :) I’ve been a bit hesitant to go and watch the new movie they made – have you seen it?

    @J. Money – Cheers ;) You’ll have to wait for the next episode to find out!

    @Craig – I’m keen for your ideas! I’ve sent you an e-mail

    @Brad – that is a wicked idea – Thanks for sharing!

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    Craig | December 17, 2009

    So cool and love the mohawk you gave him. Would love to be part of the series. I have a story you could use for it if interested.

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    Money | December 17, 2009

    I hope I recover okay….I look pretty strung out ;) at least the hawk is nice and cut! haha…

    You made my week gentlemen.

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    Jeff | December 17, 2009

    First time stopping by here. Awesome! I’d love to be a comic book character. Something like G.I. Joe- favorite growing up.

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    Jeremy | December 16, 2009

    Everyone is on their toes today – but who answered correctly?? We’ll let you know soon :)

    Thanks for all your comments guys!

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    Peter | December 16, 2009

    Of course everyone beat me to it! Free From Broke, Moolanomy and get rich slowly!

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    FFB | December 16, 2009

    Oh man, J looks all beat after the ticket scratching! I think I met him at a concert years ago! Ha!

    Another great job! These comics are fun. And thanks for the easter egg inclusion!

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    PT | December 16, 2009

    Very cool. J Money looks just like I imagined. Okay. I think the Easter eggs are:

    free from broke
    get rich slowly (turtle)
    moolanomy (m)

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    Money | December 16, 2009

    And I see Get Rich Slowly…

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    Money | December 16, 2009

    Nice job once again! J. Money beaten by lottery tickets. LOL.

    I do see Free From Broke on the screen…Hmmm….

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    Simon | December 16, 2009

    Nice job!

    Caught FreeFromBroke on the PC screen and Moolanomy “M”/GRS turtle on the lottery tickets.

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