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Lol 😉

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like citizen watches n rotary

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Tescos is calm
Asdas is better
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Agreed. I'd say I'm quite frugal in general but I don't mind splashing out on Supreme, North Face, Ralph Lauren, Lacoste, etc.
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Asdas alrite you should try marks and Spencer's
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Asdas is better
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(Original post by struggler07)
Adidas alrite you should try marks and Spencer's
Nooo that's like middle aged women clothing
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Not good/bad within itself. Depends on individual; if you're poor, then it's difficult for you as you can't afford it, but if you have the money then it's neither good/bad, just a choice you pursue.
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Sorry meant to say asda btw I thought adidas was for younger heads
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Nooo that's like middle aged women clothing
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That's true you know my aim is to get rich F chasing girls
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Not good/bad within itself. Depends on individual; if you're poor, then it's difficult for you as you can't afford it, but if you have the money then it's neither good/bad, just a choice you pursue.
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Sorry meant to say asda btw I thought adidas was for younger heads
'younger heads' lol
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Lol what supermarket is best value for money
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'younger heads' lol
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Lol what supermarket is best value for money
i honestly wouldn't know
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Oh ok
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i honestly wouldn't know
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(Original post by struggler07)
If you like buying expensive clothes, foods watches etc
Price is what you pay, Value is what you get.

If something's more expensive than an alternative, look at what you're getting out of it. Are they using better quality materials? Is the premium for something tangible? Do they last longer? If not, then you're shelling out your money for no reason. If they are, is the premium they're asking greater than the value you attach on the extra things it provides?

You don't have to cheap out on absolutely everything, but you don't need to spend tons of money for no reason either. Just get stuff which is decent value for money.
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Yeah your completely right you know a brand like Jack and Jones is calm they do good quality clothes they aint expensive aswell
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Price is what you pay, Value is what you get.

If something's more expensive than an alternative, look at what you're getting out of it. Are they using better quality materials? Is the premium for something tangible? Do they last longer? If not, then you're shelling out your money for no reason. If they are, is the premium they're asking greater than the value you attach on the extra things it provides?

You don't have to cheap out on absolutely everything, but you don't need to spend tons of money for no reason either. Just get stuff which is decent value for money.
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I wanna move out of London
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i honestly wouldn't know
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I wanna move out of London
Um okay?
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Lol yeah
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Um okay?
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Asdas is better
But the staff there treated me less than they could have done. :unimpressed:

Osły go there now for their strawberry tarts in the bakery section. :coma:
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But the staff there treated me less than they could have done. :unimpressed:

Osły go there now for their strawberry tarts in the bakery section. :coma:
It may just be that one branch, tescos annoys me like they make their workers dress smart like dude you're working at tescos not the bloody airport
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