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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    Chill out peeps

    I hate to enlighten you about the realities of the world but 200k isn't really a lot of money. It's enough to live in a 1 bedroom flat in C. London
    That's not reality, that's you with your head up your ass.
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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    That's not reality, that's you with your head up your ass.
    No that is reality. Just do a search on rightmove.
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    Just curious, does your dad fit the orthopod stereotype? :holmes:

    And is your mother a very good looking younger woman? (be honest)

    edit: if this is all true that is and not fantasy :lol:
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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    Hmm that sounds dodgy. My friend recently bought a three bedroom flat in SW1E - Buckingham Gate / Westminster - it cost them £1.4m. So you should really consider selling your apartment and buying a mansion somewhere suburban like Rickmansworth - you can get some nice houses there!
    interesting~
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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    That's not reality, that's you with your head up your ass.
    This thread is pure bait, don't acknowledge the pure bait response.
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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    Hmm that sounds dodgy. My friend recently bought a three bedroom flat in SW1E - Buckingham Gate / Westminster - it cost them £1.4m. So you should really consider selling your apartment and buying a mansion somewhere suburban like Rickmansworth - you can get some nice houses there!
    we rent.
    However our property is worth 1.3 million according to landlords and housing solicitors.I think that BS. We live in a flat not a mansion? wtf!
    My friend lives in bayswater paddington (property wirth 2million). She doesn't consider herself rich tho
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    (Original post by abcde3237)
    Just curious, does your dad fit the orthopod stereotype? :holmes:

    And is your mother a very good looking younger woman? (be honest)
    Yes he does. He's very outgoing, very loud and brash and kinda a cool guy.

    My mum is only 8 years younger than he is - so they are of similar age - both in their fifties. My mum is just a dependable house wife sort.
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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    Yes he does. He's very outgoing, very loud and brash and kinda a cool guy.

    My mum is only 8 years younger than he is - so they are of similar age - both in their fifties. My mum is just a dependable house wife sort.
    Personally I'm glad to see that the UK voted to leave the European Union. ~~~
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    Personally I'm glad to see that the UK voted to leave the European Union. ~~~
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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    Yes he does. He's very outgoing, very loud and brash and kinda a cool guy.

    My mum is only 8 years younger than he is - so they are of similar age - both in their fifties. My mum is just a dependable house wife sort.
    I thought as much, orthopaedic surgeons are cool but they intimidate me if I'm honest :lol:
    8 years is still a pretty largish age gap! Did they meet in their later years or something?
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    Atm just my mom looking after 5 of us with her PhD stipend and part time job

    ~ £14-16k (she probably gets some more from rental income that idk about)

    6 years ago when dad was alive and mom was in a professional job

    ~£140k dad; VP of Engineering at an oil and gas company

    ~£35k mom; HR Manager at the council

    £175k combined.



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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
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    The UK voted to leave the EU, it was a fair example of democracy in action, and any action to cancel or dismiss the referendum result should not be considered.
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Atm just my mom looking after 5 of us with her PhD stipend and part time job

    ~ £14-16k (she probably gets some more from rental income that idk about)

    6 years ago when dad was alive and mom was in a professional job

    ~£140k dad; VP of Engineering at an oil and gas company

    ~£35k mom; HR Manager at the council

    £175k combined.



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    Just think that in the second year of your job as a buy side analyst you'll already be earning more than that
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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Atm just my mom looking after 5 of us with her PhD stipend and part time job

    ~ £14-16k (she probably gets some more from rental income that idk about)

    6 years ago when dad was alive and mom was in a professional job

    ~£140k dad; VP of Engineering at an oil and gas company

    ~£35k mom; HR Manager at the council

    £175k combined.



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    cool
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    (Original post by MnWhCntBMvd)
    Just think that in the second year of your job as a buy side analyst you'll already be earning more than that
    Ahaha, if the time comes!

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    Oh so this is what kids with wealthy parents do, come on a students forum and brag about their income :teehee: My income is so high that I even allow myself a luxury and go out once in a month or two Beat that!
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    It's £none of your ****ing business.
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    ~£25000 before tax. I don't really know why you want to know this...?
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    Not particularly sure why there are such harsh responses to this thread. OP isn't/hasn't boasted as far as I'm aware. Like he/she says, 200k is not an immense amount of money, even though it's a very decent amount to earn? My household income is about 22k after tax.
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    (Original post by ivybridge)
    That's not reality, that's you with your head up your ass.
    You're back!
 
 
 
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