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    1) Food
    2) School books
    3) Shoes
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    1) Rent
    2) Food
    3) Transport
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    AS Student so...

    1. Overpriced food/ lots of meal deals haha
    2. PC games
    3. Clothing
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    1. Travelling (into London/work)
    2. DSLR camera/accessories/printing
    3. Food - being an A-level student has made me 48329058 more hungry for some reason?
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    atm

    1 Holiday, going to Mexico but its skinning me £1128
    2 Petrol I need to out in around £120ish a month and thats a 1.2!
    3 Car insurance which is £103 a month
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    1) Technology (computers, accessories, hardware etc.)
    2) Books
    3) Clothes/shoes/coats

    In year 11 so obviously don't pay for rent/food/transport, but I actually can't wait
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    1) Books
    2) Food
    3) Random online purchases (usually clothing or cookware, I'm a kitchen dork)
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    1.Rent
    2.Alcohol
    3.Food
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    1-Travel
    2-Clothes
    3-Alcohol/going out

    soooo predectable
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    Trains
    Food
    Travelling
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    1. Baby items
    2. Bills
    3. Food

    Exciting life
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    I'm at college at the moment,so clothes,travel and books.
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    Premium Bonds- I WILL WIN THAT DAMN JACKPOT!
    Rent
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    My top three expenses are:

    1) Housing - rent, bills, council tax
    2) Petrol and transport
    3) Food and household items

    Aside from these essentials, it's probably:

    1) Animal care (essential for the animals but not essential to have the animals)
    2) Entry into events and clubs (£40 a month or so)
    3) Phone bill (could have a cheap phone, opted for a smart phone)

    I rarely by clothes, DVDs, music or games. I don't drink much and don't buy gadgets.
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    Food, rent and bills. Wondrously exciting, although I spend similar amounts on cinema tickets a month to bills.
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    1. Make up
    2. Cinema
    3. Alcohol?
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    1) Books!
    2) Video games (and similar)
    3) Investing?
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    1. Car (paying it off, petrol, insurance, tax, parking etc...in that order)
    2. Rent (plus bills)
    3. Food (I can't believe I spend an average of £230 a month on this when I get lunch free at work! Must stop eating out so much!)
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    (Original post by unicornsoncrack)
    1-Travel
    2-Clothes
    3-Alcohol/going out

    soooo predectable
    Perhaps you ought to spend some of that money on a spelling tutor..
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    1. food
    2. alcohol
    3. nothing else

    *edit

    3. haircuts
 
 
 
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