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I need to make £100 quickly (job not an option at the minute), any suggestions? Not a troll and please offer proper advice!!
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Come over to mine tonight, I have a couple of "chores" that need doing. You will need to do a real good job for the full £100 though... You will be all sore in the morning from all the hard work.
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*In before mention of prostitut... oh, too late.
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Car boot sale on sunday
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Watch real hustle
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Go to a uni halls and offer blowjobs for a fiver. Suck 20 dicks. Done.

Higher price = less sucking, so be prepared to haggle.

Alternatively: assuming you're using your own/your family's computer, sell it.
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How about doing some chores for neighbours/parents etc? Washing cars for a fiver or taking dogs out for walks? Ok maybe not a quick fix but...
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prostitution, whoring etc.

OR a quick bit of matched betting, depending on how much time you have.
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the only possible option is to cell.
dvd collection comes to mind.
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You must have things you can sell. Put them on eBay as buy it now.
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Or you can go to the mafia, just make sure you pay them back.
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Gambling? Not neccessarily on sports-related stuff. I made a couple of hundred from betting on the Brits winners the other day.
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Car boot sale on sunday
Not likely, those things cost a bundle just to take part in. I had one years ago and ended up barely breaking even, and that was with lots of nice items up for sale.
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Provided you've got a bit of money in the bank, it's easy to make £100 matched betting (no risk) at http://www.fixtheodds.com
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You must have things you can sell. Put them on eBay as buy it now.
What sort of things sell on ebay? I've got loads of things I could sell but I don't know if it would be worth it due to ebay fees.

As for most of the other comments, I'm not about to sell myself or give bj's for cash...
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Provided you've got a bit of money in the bank, it's easy to make £100 matched betting (no risk) at http://www.fixtheodds.com
I've got £11 in my account lol
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WONGA
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www.envirophone.com

www.musicmagpie.co.uk

www.ebay.com
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(Original post by Seasick Steve)
Not likely, those things cost a bundle just to take part in. I had one years ago and ended up barely breaking even, and that was with lots of nice items up for sale.
Really? My mum once became a seller at a car boot sale, and she only had to pay £10. I can't remember how much she made though.

OP, if all else fails, can't you borrow the money from someone?
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