Let’s Learn Slang
To cost an arm and a leg
Meaning: to cost a lot of money
It costs an arm and a leg to buy all these Christmas presents.
To be loaded
Meaning: to be rich
He works in the city and he is loaded.
To be broke
Meaning: to be poor
She’s always broke at the end of the month.
Bread and Honey
Let's drink with him - he's got bread. [This one has enjoyed very common usage]
To be skint:
Meaning: British slang to have no money
Can you lend me some money? I’m skint.
Dosh: British. Money
Peanuts: Informal. Very little money
Megabucks: Plural noun a large amount of money.
Peggy Pink: some people just don't deserve to be loved (because they don't know it's worth.)