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    (Original post by Exceptional)
    I have £3.95 per day (post-accommodation) and expect to be more than comfortable
    I think we have different ideas of what comfortable means.


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    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    if you're jewish with ur money u could live off half of that a week
    Pmsl what a legend
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    (Original post by newsunflower)
    So I can make myself attractive to guys.


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    Because your ignorant personality won't do the trick?
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    (Original post by newsunflower)
    So I can make myself attractive to guys.


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    Do you have a pulse?
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    salty people giving OP grief for a legitimate question
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    Depends on your qulity of life expectations. It's enough for food and transport. For going out and enjoying some of the finer things in life you'll end up rather a niggard.
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    (Original post by TrojanH)
    Do you have a pulse?
    Yes, but let's not pretend that all you need is a pulse.
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    Simples, time for HAROLD'S UNIVERSITY PLAN! Okay buy like a box of cereal, which should last a weekish and they cost like a pound so you've got 99 pounds left. I don't know to be honest, buy excessive amounts of bread and a toaster to carry around with you for lunches? Oh, don't forget the spreads, my dude! And for your dinners, well you can figure that out, be diverse you know don't follow a plan completely. Good luck ,do not perish by rationing too much my dude.
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    (Original post by newsunflower)
    Yes, but let's not pretend that all you need is a pulse.
    Well... If you don't have nice tits/ass/face/personality, then sure, your right
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    ITT: OP has enough money to secure his expenses at university and decided to share this piece of trivia with everyone
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    (Original post by Captivated)
    Why do you need to buy clothes every week exactly?
    Kem cho! Saru che! Kapra roj leva padhe!
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    (Original post by TrojanH)
    Well... If you don't have nice tits/ass/face/personality, then sure, your right
    Yeah I get attention but I'm not the prettiest.


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    (Original post by Raees_Sharif)
    if you're jewish with ur money u could live off half of that a week
    This is the most BS and fictitious stereotype ever, South Asians are the most extreme when it comes to being tight fisted.
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    LOL. This is why it's a really bad idea for some people to go to uni right after school. Absolutely no clue about the real world but about to get into £thousands debt and choose a lifelong career. Sounds legit. 100 quid to live off p/w as anything is well enough (after rent/bills) never mind as a student. Wow, just wow.
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    Pot noodle = £1

    Breakfast, lunch, dinner = £3


    easy m8, no problems
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    This is a joke right?
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    With catered halls, all you really need is like £20 a week for going out and then occasional extra for clothes and such. £100 is way more than enough. People comfortably manage with just £50 a week and they use that to buy food too.
 
 
 
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