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    Yes. It's slowly killing me anyway.
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    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    can I boycott it, make other people eat it, kill them and then scoop it out of their insides?
    Lmao WHAT. That went down a dark path.

    (Original post by A Mysterious Lord)
    No because that would mean going without all seafood, I won't do that for any amount of money.
    Seafood :five: The thought of never eating prawns again...Couldn't do it OP.
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    Yes. I would give up Nachos.
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    (Original post by Precious Illusions)
    Lmao WHAT. That went down a dark path.



    Seafood :five: The thought of never eating prawns again...Couldn't do it OP.
    no act is too evil when it comes to getting my biryani
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    No, I'm a baller, £15k is like what I'd spend on an average night out.
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    (Original post by welcometoib)
    you didnt specify age or type of job, so yes its absurd when you nonchalantly, assuming youre a teenager, say 15k NET, not gross, is piss easy in 3 months. so, what age and what job would you be looking at to earn 60k net profit?
    Didn't say it would be easy, I said it would include hard work. At 19, I'm barely a teenager btw

    After training years, 60k would be something of a benchmark. Age 25/26, perhaps? Lets just say, I chose my degree tactfully (Not even going into the financial sector- that's where the real money is)
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    (Original post by MutlohJ)
    No, I'm a baller, £15k is like what I'd spend on an average night out.
    i bet it is pal
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    (Original post by Another)
    Didn't say it would be easy, I said it would include hard work. At 19, I'm barely a teenager btw

    After training years, 60k would be something of a benchmark. Age 25/26, perhaps? Lets just say, I chose my degree tactfully (Not even going into the financial sector- that's where the real money is)
    medicine, dentistry, vet med? 19 is still too young to know the true value of 60k truly imo. yeah i know where the money is, look at my username
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    I'd suspect the person giving me the money has an ulterior motive to put that particular food industry out of business and would pry as to why. I mean, why else would they give me so much to boycott a food? How many other people have they signed up to this? And how do they expect to enforce it? I could just take my money abroad and start eating whatever I like again, what could they do? Or are they more gangster than that? What kind of shady contract is this?

    EDIT: Or I could just lie about what my favourite food is, and say I'm giving up whipped cream and pretend I love whipped cream. In reality I can't stand it.
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    (Original post by Powpowpowpowpow)
    I'd suspect the person giving me the money has an ulterior motive to put that particular food industry out of business and would pry as to why. I mean, why else would they give me so much to boycott a food? How many other people have they signed up to this? And how do they expect to enforce it? I could just take my money abroad and start eating whatever I like again, what could they do? Or are they more gangster than that? What kind of shady contract is this?

    EDIT: Or I could just lie about what my favourite food is, and say I'm giving up whipped cream and pretend I love whipped cream. In reality I can't stand it.
    there is no lying.
 
 
 
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