5 Signs You Should Invest in Godzilla

I couldn’t think of a post for today because I’m lame, so I did one of those random blog idea generators, which are also usually lame, unless you put in a word like Godzilla, who is never lame (unless it’s an American production, then it’s twice lame).

So anyway, when should you invest in Godzilla?

1. Buildings are no longer valuable.

godzilla 1

There’s no faster way to destroy a city than Godzilla. Everyone knows that.

2. Godzilla dividends always pay well because the fundamentals never change.

When is Godzilla not Godzilla, am I right?

3. There’s an invasion of giant moths.

godzilla 2Or maybe tiny moths. I’m not sure if it matters.

4. If the market gets bad, Godzilla can just crush it.

I mean, probably?

5. Buy what you know.

Godzilla has been a trusted product for centuries and may even be the oldest reptile ever. Maybe.

So, I guess go invest in Godzilla? Because when has a random blog idea generator been wrong!

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11 Responses to 5 Signs You Should Invest in Godzilla

  1. Phil Taylor says:

    Wait? What? There’s blog idea generators? I’ve been stressing every week for nine years to come up with my own thoughts.


  2. Don’t forget about the advances in science and technology once Mechagodzilla is developed.


  3. sj says:

    I just used that generator (put in books and zombies) and got What Will Zombies Be Like in 100 Years?



  4. Thank you! I just invested my Enron dividends in Godzilla. Great tip!


  5. There could be a Godzilla Bubble. Hey, it could happen. Or BigFoot could cause the market to become “Bearish.” Sorry, I’m going now. (Love your blog!)


  6. jenzzie says:

    Reblogged this on Hi, I'm random. and commented:
    Haha, Awesome!!!! I think I might have to invest 😉


  7. neillbarry says:

    Random generator gets it right some times.
    Drop by at my blog.


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