All it takes it $1,400 to feel like a high roller.
Americans rejoiced on social media Wednesday as the third round of coronavirus stimulus checks made millions of taxpayers suddenly flush with cash.
“Stimmy” — Twitter’s favorite word for what the feds like to call “economic impact payments” — became a trending topic on the platform as users found the money had landed in their bank accounts.
“got the stimmy & got paid this morning. talk to me nicely. i’m new money now!!” @MsSueDenimKim tweeted.
The money rolled in less than a week after President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, which authorized the checks to help struggling families pay bills or keep food on the table as the COVID-19 pandemic drags on.
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