I KILLED DISCOVER – Discover’s Viking Funeral

In May, I KILLED DISCOVER after many months. I planned to KILL DISCOVER in a viking funeral. I did it. Here is the video.

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  1. says

    This is by FAR the best thing I’ve ever seen of yours. I am impressed like a mother over here, girl!!! Haha… you crack me up!! :) Perfect way to use your time too, A+!!!

  2. says

    That is absolutely hysterical!

    Congrats on paying off the debt, thats a huge accomplishment. I had a similar balance (also with Discover) that I paid off a few years ago… what a sense of relief that was… such a great feeling!

  3. Bret @ Hope to Prosper says

    I loved the video Danielle. I feel the same way about my Citibank card.

  4. says

    I think Valkyries are now chasing me. You are very artsy and craftsy. I’m sure it was a happy feeling. Where can I pick up an application for Bank of Grandpa?

  5. says

    Yay for you on winning against the credit card! I’ve had some mild compulsive shopping and am trying, at all costs, to avoid spending more until I pay down my balance.

    I stopped in from SITS, by the way.

  6. says

    Oh my gosh! This CRACKED me UP! Way to go, girl!

    Congratulations on your SITS day!

    (By the way, I am performing that piece (O Fortuna) with my professional choir next month.)

  7. says

    O Fortuna is so perfect and symbolic. I never noticed it SOUNDS like they are singing “Discover” in there. Maybe they are. But I’m not sure I’d call Carmina Burana (sp?) techno? :)

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