Yo! I Got A Tennessee Flex Loan!
Yo! It’s your boy Cousin Tony G. with a guest blog from Smashville in the heart of the Volunteer State. That’s Nashville, Tennessee to all yous who don’t know. Today I’m here to talk about how a flex loan from Tennessee Title Loans, Inc. financed the kitchen of my dreams.
As a prep cook at a popular Italian restaurant I’ll simply called The O.G. leave it to Tony G. to tell yous that spending $1,000 on your kitchen can save you $500 eating out at restaurants.
I’m about to sprout some knowledge on how a flex loan can transform your kitchen and turn yous into a legit boss in the kitchen. Relax. Have some vino. And read.
What is a Tennessee Flex Loan?
“Everybody needs money. That’s why they call it money.”David Mamet
You may have heard about payday loans and title loans, but what about flex loans? Let me drop some knowledge on Tennessee flex loans, which are also known as a title line of credit.
Unlike a traditional title loan a title line of credit allows you to be approved for a line of credit up to $4,000, but only charges you interest on the amount you need.
So let’s say yous need to spend about $500, but get approved for $2,500. You only get charged for as if you borrowed $500, but you still have $2,000 in credit in case something else comes up.
If yous get a normal title loan for $2,500 then you’re paying interest on the full amount even if you only spend $500. And if yous get a loan for just the $500 and then need more you end up with limited options because you can’t take out a second title loan on your car.
This is why a flex loan (or title loan of credit) is one of the most popular types of loans in the great state of Tennessee.
A Kitchen to Flex For
Now that you wised up and got yourself a Tennessee flex loan like yours truly Cousin Tony G. then let’s see how you can transform your kitchen. It’s about to be lit.
KitchenAid Stand Mixer
Yo! Let’s be honest. No serious kitchen is complete without a stand mixer from KitchenAid. The wedding gift everyone wants, but whose guests are too cheap to buy, is a great item to pick up with funds from your Tennessee flex loan.
This can be a purchase confusing for some as KitchenAid makes these things in multiple sizes (3.5 qt, 5 qt, etc.), with different bowls (metal, glass, and even ceramic), and in about a billion colors. But remember it’s not just a kitchen appliance — it’s a symbol that you at one point had between $300 and $500 to spend to avoid the inconvenience of having to hand mix for a few minutes.
Take time and find the right size, color, and bowl combination that speaks to you. But don’t open the box because your spouse is sure to have wanted something different.
Next I want to talk about Instant Pot. No! It’s not Uber for weed. Calm down!
Instant Pot is only the greatest culinary invention of the 21st century (that’s the one we’re in right now). It combines a slow cooker and a pressure cooker with five other things you’ve never heard of and will never use.
But don’t worry your 7-in-1 boujie pot has two features that are lit af — slow cook and pressure cook. The designers behind this has made it very efficient and it probably won’t explode like the pressure cooker your nana made everyone leave the house when she put on the stove.
While your family’s timeless pulled pork recipe cooks in the Instant Pot your whole family will be glad you took that Tennessee flex loan to step it up in the kitchen.
Everyone wants to eat more healthy, even your boy Cousin Tony G. And what’s healthier than fresh guac? Probably a lot, but I ain’t got time to be trying other things so let’s just go with what we know. You feel me?
Don’t be buying no processed guac that’s been preserved and sitting in a jar in the supermarket. Make your own. Not only is it easy, but it’s a great way to impress people when they come over to watch the rodeo (yeehaw!) or NASCAR (boogity boogity boogity!)
Cousin Tony G.’s Homemade Guac Recipe
- 2 Haas avocados
- 1 Jalapeno
- 1/2 Onion (red)
- 1/2 bunch Cilantro
- 2 teaspons Lime Juice
- Salt and pepper to taste
Combine above ingredients in a molcajete and Hulk smash.
Wait you don’t have your own molcajete? Well, don’t worry. Now that you have a title line of credit you can easily run to the nearest Williams-Sonoma and grab one.
Molcajete — as you know — is the Spanish word for ‘guacamole smasher’. The legit ones are made of authentic Mexican lava rock. Be sure and explain all of this in your most condescending tone to your guests. Several times of course.
Well. There yous have it. As long as you’ve got a car free and clear you can get yourself a Tennessee flex loan and get busy in the kitchen like me, Tony G. and my cousin, Vinnie B..
Tony G. is the King of the Mountain in the great state of Tennessee. A line cook at The OG he is bringing the taste of Italia to the Volunteer State one mouthwatering plate of eggplant parm at a time.