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    (Original post by Irrumabo)
    I would give £1000 of it to OP so he can buy his momma a house
    Then i'd give £4000 so you can buy your whole family houses
    Then i'd give £2000 so you can put this money in your savings account.
    Then i'd give £3000 so you can spend some money for no reason.
    Lold. I got the DJ Khaled reference
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    I would buy iEthan ALL OF THE CATZ.
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    I would buy iEthan ALL OF THE CATZ.
    Please do :cry2: I want so many catZ
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    Please do :cry2: I want so many catZ
    Only if you get me all of the bunnieZ :cry:
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    (Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
    Only if you get me all of the bunnieZ :cry:
    It's a deal :emog:
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    Travelling around the world
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    Personally, I'd help my mum with her debt and then save up the rest for uni :yep: — what would you do with £10,000? I'm interested to know :beard:
    Just got me thinking as I saw this competition on TSR...sounds like a good deal to me! :yay:
    1) Give £1000 each to the charities Time to Change, b-eat and Autism West Midlands.
    2) Spend £1000 on a gaming PC and some games.
    3) Put £5000 away for uni.
    4) Spend £1000 on friends and family.
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    IKEA shopping spree of course
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    charity or various equipment e.g microphone, camera, half decent editing software, guitar lessons for youtube and launching a musical career as well as uni debt
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    Invest half and go travelling with the rest.
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    Put it towards my Masters/Phd.
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    Save it for a rainy day
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    Car and holiday probs
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    Straight into a bank
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    Pay for the second year of uni, have already saved up enough for the first. Then would probably use the excess to treat myself and my family.
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    Take my family on holiday abroad Help my mother with fixing her teeth and finally fix my own, help my other sister with a mortgage and put what's left away
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    Drugs and such.
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    Enjoy for a whole year and give huge treats!
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    Eat it.
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    i would treat my mum to a holiday as she has done everything to help me to get to this point in my life an make university possible for me i would also put down a deposit for a flat near where i can do my LPC exams and pay for them as well.
 
 
 
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