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JUST FOR FUN: Describe late payment using a film title

24/10/2016 / Comments 0

Late payment films

Usually when we talk about late payment it’s with frustration. So, we’ve decided to try and lighten the mood by playing a game.

All you have to do is describe late payment using the name of a film. For example:

We’ve already had some great responses via our social networks:

Unforgiven via Ian Ellis

Psycho via Kelvin Thomas

Taken (1, 2 and 3 – extra months?!?)  via Paul North

28 Days Later! via Tom Fox

9½ Weeks via Rob Derry

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly via Paul Lally

The Hustler via James Abramson

Liar, Liar via Mike Andrew

As Good As It Gets via Bookkeeping Barnsley

12 Angry Men (1957) via Martin Clark

Bed of Lies via Leanne Dawson

Titanic via Colin Millar

Pinocchio via James Abramson

Can you come up with anything better? Please share your ideas in the comments below.

We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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