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Dante2004
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do u over spend at christmas
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DEFINATELY. But the damn shops aren't open 'til Saturday. Gr. :mad:
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do u over spend at christmas
About 30-40 pounds on other people, not too much imho.
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Yes, especially this year. I'm going to avoid looking at my bank balance for a while. I didn't get too much Christmas money either (and only £5 was real money) so their goes my hopes of regaining what was spent. And then there's the coming sales spending to consider...*sigh*

Ah well, I enjoy it.
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around £11. i like to make my pounds work for me. yeah baby!!!!
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Yes, especially this year. I'm going to avoid looking at my bank balance for a while. And then there's the coming sales spending to consider...*sigh*
You think too much. Just go out and spend it all. Even if you can't think of anything to buy! (Well...actually, that's probably why I have so much useless crap...)
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About 30-40 pounds on other people, not too much imho.
About that much on other people at the pub last night... was good to see everyone after about a year. Most have done very well for themselves - one guy who teachers thought was a no-hoper is now an international DJ who's had a set with Judge Jules, another's a nationally ranked boxer...
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You think too much. Just go out and spend it all. Even if you can't think of anything to buy! (Well...actually, that's probably why I have so much useless crap...)
Perhaps the reason I like buying presents so much- it's an excuse to pick up bargains/cheapo stuff. I certainly get a lot out of what I spend.

And I contest that anyone has as much crap as me.
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About that much on other people at the pub last night... was good to see everyone after about a year. Most have done very well for themselves - one guy who teachers thought was a no-hoper is now an international DJ who's had a set with Judge Jules, another's a nationally ranked boxer...
yeah but he's achieved nothing academically so the teachers were right. grades are more important than fame and money. they are everything.
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yeah but he's achieved nothing academically so the teachers were right. grades are more important than fame and money. they are everything.
Oh dear.
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1840 NOK - about £154

and I still haven't bought anything for my boyfriend...
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yeah but he's achieved nothing academically so the teachers were right. grades are more important than fame and money. they are everything.
:rolleyes:
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1840 NOK - about £154

and I still haven't bought anything for my boyfriend...
you are the best present a boy cud ever want.
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(Original post by Linda)
1840 NOK - about £154

and I still haven't bought anything for my boyfriend...
lol
when is he coming back? he told me that u're going to give him his present around new year. betta hurry

((what r u going to buy for him?))
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:rolleyes:
dont roll ur eyes at me boy!
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dont roll ur eyes at me boy!
Lol. I'm just really hoping you're not being serious in thinking grades are more important than anything else. You sound like me age 14.
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lol
when is he coming back? he told me that u're going to give him his present around new year. betta hurry

((what r u going to buy for him?))
Well the stores don't open for a while...
We'll be seeing you at Sofie's? he's coming home the last day of December - I miss him terribly
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Lol. I'm just really hoping you're not being serious in thinking grades are more important than anything else. You sound like me age 14.
well no doubt like me you got a good set of excellent grades.
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well no doubt like me you got a good set of excellent grades.
Yes, but realised that that means very little regarding happiness in life.
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Just over £400 (I have a very large family, you see).
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