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What are you doing at uni?
Biology

You still becoming a car mechanic pal?
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i really dont want a menu at all.

i want customers to just say 'food' and for an order to come.

economies of scale, and efficiencies through just having one menu item, with sides of salads and fries.

now the real money maker is the alcohol. let's face it who wouldn't want to drink in a speakeasy with dimmed lighting, and slow jazz in the background.

call it something like the Franklin and Mortgage Investment Company (the name of a front that laundered millions of dollars in the prohibition for Al Capone). dont advertise its a restaurant/ bar at all. keep it having that real hush hush feel. People would work right past its drawn curtains and not even realise its a restaurant. Genius. No?
There was a bar in Bristol a while back, not sure if it is still there, but it was in an unmarked door, up a staircase, and at the top was a big fella who you had to give a password too, to let you in....
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Biology

You still becoming a car mechanic pal?
No but I will try to get a placement at Aston Martin or Rolls Royce/Land rover

You gonna be cleaning animal faeces at a zoo?
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There was a bar in Bristol a while back, not sure if it is still there, but it was in an unmarked door, up a staircase, and at the top was a big fella who you had to give a password too, to let you in....
Definitely a brothel
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There was a bar in Bristol a while back, not sure if it is still there, but it was in an unmarked door, up a staircase, and at the top was a big fella who you had to give a password too, to let you in....
Soooo you think I'm onto something?

PM and I can let you in on the first round of seed funding for generous terms, pre revenue.

£10,000 buy in at first round.
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No but I will try to get a placement at Aston Martin or Rolls Royce/Land rover

You gonna be cleaning animal faeces at a zoo?
something like that
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something like that
You could learn biology in a dance studio
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Soooo you think I'm onto something?

PM and I can let you in on the first round of seed funding for generous terms, pre revenue.

£10,000 buy in at first round.
Nah. The only fitting way to repay my stunning business advice and guidance is with a lifetime of free lobster
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You could learn biology in a dance studio
you could learn dentistry in a Qatari sweatshop
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Nah. The only fitting way to repay my stunning business advice and guidance is with a lifetime of free lobster
even better. the classic licensing agreement.

investment in exchange for a licence granting unlimited lobster for a period of definite years, subject to terms and conditions set to change.

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also, an uber like app for limousines, that also deliver food from non-delivery establishments (e.g. KFC) in their down time. thoughts.

im just spit balling. one of these will be the one.
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even better. the classic licensing agreement.

investment in exchange for a licence granting unlimited lobster for a period of definite years, subject to terms and conditions set to change.

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also, an uber like app for limousines, that also deliver food from non-delivery establishments (e.g. KFC) in their down time. thoughts.

im just spit balling. one of these will be the one.
I have a lot of trust in random people from the internet, send me a contract, il sign it blind and then sit back and wait for my lobster, flat in Toronto and chinese furniture
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I have a lot of trust in random people from the internet, send me a contract, il sign it blind and then sit back and wait for my lobster, flat in Toronto and chinese furniture
you think im joking but I have it on good authority that the real estate market in Toronto is currently the hottest in the world.

Qatar comes in a close second (and this will be regardless of the world cup, which will only have a nominal effect on its real estate market).

invest in Swirly and you are investing in your childrens' future.
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you think im joking but I have it on good authority that the real estate market in Toronto is currently the hottest in the world.

Qatar comes in a close second (and this will be regardless of the world cup, which will only have a nominal effect on its real estate market).

invest in Swirly and you are investing in your childrens' future.
you can be their trust fund. 10k now.. will have kids in 2 years time, so thats 20 years until they are 18.

what are your predictions for my 10k in 20 years?
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you could learn dentistry in a Qatari sweatshop
You could learn psychology in a bakery is still goat tbh
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you can be their trust fund. 10k now.. will have kids in 2 years time, so thats 20 years until they are 18.

what are your predictions for my 10k in 20 years?
actual figures from the Steve Jobs documentary I watched yesterday:

Steve Jobs net worth aged 21: $1 million
Steve Jobs net worth aged 22: $10 million
Steve Jobs net worth aged 23: $100 million

at this kind of growth over a 20 year period, you would be the worlds richest man. guaranteed.

that shows what kind of growth is possible. first round seed funding always get in at the best terms. And Jobs didnt even graduate college, I did, showing I can be even better than him.
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You could learn psychology in a bakery is still goat tbh
Who came up with it
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Who came up with it
Cannot remember so we will assume it was me
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Cannot remember so we will assume it was me
it was me 100% srs
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it was me 100% srs
Lurkers don't come up with things m8
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Lurkers don't come up with things m8
i haven't professionally since november 2014

it was on kik btw not tsr. thx
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