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    (Original post by Mayhem™)
    Weapons grade Plutonium.
    You do realise that it costs around £2600 per gram, right? Good luck achieving critical mass.
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    (Original post by Cpt. Josh)
    You do realise that it costs around £2600 per gram, right? Good luck achieving critical mass.
    Read my later comments, I'd con the Libyans by giving them a 'deposit'.
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    Dunno; just give me the money and I'll decide later.
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    (Original post by Semaphore)
    What will you spend it on?

    Me:

    1. £1000 Macbook laptop
    2. £1000 HP laptop
    3. £2000 Clothes, Shoes
    4. £700 iPad Pro
    5. £1300 saving
    6. £2000 iMac
    7. £1000 HD TV
    8. 10p to Charity
    9. £1000 2nd hand rolex
    That would cover my 1st year of my postgraduate degree. God my way of spending the £10,000 seems so boring haha !
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    new iphone
    best gaming rig ever!
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    I'd pay a guy to do my uni work for me
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    Invest it then decide?
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    Travelling and save the rest for a flat/house
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    Invest in oil
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    £10,000 into investments of some sort/ pay off student debt with it
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    Stocks!!
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    8k shoved in savings for university paying for stuff like eh ya feel

    2k on... uh... hoes? idk
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    dunno why but whenever I get money, whether its my wages or money from my parents I give some to charity, so I can spend the rest without feeling guilty. yeah so i'd give about £500 to charity. Then with the rest i'd just spend on shopping and buying presents for everyone.
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    1.£3000 on airsoft rifles.
    2.£300 on some more freediving kit
    3.Rest to save
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    £10000 worth of PornHub Subscription
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    i would try to buy the white jacket which Yung Lean wears in the video for Ginseng Strip and I'd pay a reasonable amount to meet Ratboy and Kings of Leon. I haven't figured out fees for these but I'd spend some of it at Cow in Manchester and then just buy loads of clothes from charity shops. OHHHH and that book which i forgot the name of, but it's about finding a formula to solve or end, not sure which one, (all?) paradoxes, summat like that, i know it's like 40 quid on amazon and yh idk. Whatever I have left, probs just give to my mum lol
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    £1500 new PC with all the trimmings (windows ofc)
    £1500 to buy a bunch of miscellaneous items e.g. more calligraphy paper, paints etc.
    £7000 right in the bank as a reserve fund
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    If i HAD to spend it in one day, would rather save it though.
    I would just waste it on crap like giving my room a makeover, clothes I don't need etc.
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    All into a bond/shares portfolio.
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    (Original post by JustJusty)
    £10,000 worth of jewels/gold/etc. so that in under two years I can resell them and use the money for a year at university. It's all I want in life (that and a cat) and at the moment there's pretty much no chance of me going, so that kind of money would make my dreams come true for at least one year.
    Student loan...?
 
 
 
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