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    (Original post by liquity)
    It wouldn't necessarily be life changing but I would definitely take it because it's still a good bit of money. Could buy a decent car with it or go on a pretty nice holiday or just have one massive TREAT YO SELF day
    Not really. £10K?
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    I'd probably be forced to save most of it, I mean it'd be nice to have but it wouldn't be life changing in the slightest. Would make me more comfortable at uni though which would be good.


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    Not really. It'd only get me through 1/5 years of uni
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    Definitely, id give half to my family and the rest would go towards university
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    Right now it would be handy for me and life changing as in it would get me out of a few holes at the mo but it wouldn't be life changing where it would buy me a better house which would be the ultimate for me. It would certainly help my current situation though.

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    Wouldn't turn my nose up at it.
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    Yes £10,000 is a lot of money to me, but then I grew up dirt poor.
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    (Original post by FauxIntellectual)
    Not really. £10K?
    My idea of a decent car is probably different from yours. I'm not thinking lambo I'm thinking fairly small but nice Audi or something
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    For me, £10,000 is a nice to have but it's not really life-changing or anything like that. It's like 1/4 of a housing deposit.

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    It wouldn't be life changing but it'd make me very happy.
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    I only have that much to show for my 4-5 years of saving, so wouldn't turn down a chance to instantly double it! It's a lot of money for me, though only life-changing insofar as (when combined with existing savings) it would allow me to move somewhere else and live in relative comfort for a year or more, even if I failed to find work there.
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    (Original post by liquity)
    My idea of a decent car is probably different from yours. I'm not thinking lambo I'm thinking fairly small but nice Audi or something
    I'm not interested in cars and wouldn't mind driving a bucket. But I don' think you get a "nice" Audi for £10K.
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    Yes, £10k is an awful lot of money. It's enough for a deposit on a decent sized house up where I live.

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    (Original post by FauxIntellectual)
    I'm not interested in cars and wouldn't mind driving a bucket. But I don' think you get a "nice" Audi for £10K.
    Well at the moment I drive a 2001 Ford Fiesta so yes I could probably get a nicer car than mine for £10k don't you think? And you're forgetting I don't have to buy a brand new one like damn what's the point
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    um.....not that much. if you had a house and htat was all u had u wouldnt last it even if u brought tesco everyday value stuff
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    No.

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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    £10,000 is a lot of money to some people, but to others it is merely the price of a meal at an expensive restaurant.

    How would £10,000 change your life?

    How rich do you need to be for £10,000 to be like pocket change?
    £10 is alot to me lol
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    £10 is alot to me lol
    Oh yeah, you owe me £1.50
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    Oh yeah, you owe me £1.50
    You're really close to getting blocked
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    Doesn't make you un-owe me
 
 
 
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