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    I love money!
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    You got your rupees mixed up in there to make it look like more lol. They aren't even worth anything
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    (Original post by UnknownRoyalist)
    You got your rupees mixed up in there to make it look like more lol. They aren't even worth anything
    yeah ik, when i went to india when i was ten and someone gave me 1000 rupees, i thought it was 1000pounds but it wasnt :cry2:
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    (Original post by UnknownRoyalist)
    You got your rupees mixed up in there to make it look like more lol. They aren't even worth anything
    The rupee notes are 500 and 1000(red) rupee notes, worth £5 and £10 respectively
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    Hmmmm
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    Good job
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    Not complimenting you, just saying your job is good
    You have I think (just looking roughly)

    5x£10
    16x£20
    9x500rupees
    3x1000 rupees

    that makes £370+7500rupees

    assuming as you said 100 rupee is £1 you have 370+75=around £445

    Nice

    Thats enough for (half-my maths game was bad the first time) a ford puma...is that an upgrade for you>

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    To be fair the laptop is probably worth more.
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)


    I love money!
    Only £20 bills .. ?
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    Why would you throw your bank account on your laptop?
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    Good job
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    Not complimenting you, just saying your job is good
    You have I think (just looking roughly)

    5x£10
    16x£20
    9x500rupees
    3x1000 rupees

    that makes £370+7500rupees

    assuming as you said 100 rupee is £1 you have 750+350=around £1100

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    Lol your maths is so bad towards the end there. Your own calculation should have concluded that I have £445 there.

    Anyway

    I have £620 GBP and 11,200 Rupees
    Which is around £732.

    Do you have £732 in cash?

    No. So shh. And go learn some maths.
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    Good job
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    Not complimenting you, just saying your job is good
    You have I think (just looking roughly)

    5x£10
    16x£20
    9x500rupees
    3x1000 rupees

    that makes £370+7500rupees

    assuming as you said 100 rupee is £1 you have 750+350=around £1100

    Nice

    Thats enough for a ford puma...is that an upgrade for you>

    Your maths is really off
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    To be fair the laptop is probably worth more.
    lol probably:rolleyes:
    dont worry your time will come
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    (Original post by UnknownRoyalist)
    Your maths is really off
    wow you actually bothered to work it out
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    (Original post by Dodgypirate)
    Why would you throw your bank account on your laptop?
    I have around £3200 in my current account currently. I am in India at the moment where you can't withdraw pounds easily. I just carry this money around me so I can make it rain.
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    OP has roughly £400 in savings, clearly benefits in this country are still too high.
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    (Original post by Ishea16)
    wow you actually bothered to work it out
    No he just spotted that 750 and 75 aren't the same thing.

    Easily done, when one has a brain.
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    (Original post by Ishea16)
    wow you actually bothered to work it out
    No I didn't. Your maths isn't up to scratch either if you thought his calculations were right based on what he said
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    Lol your maths is so bad towards the end there. Your own calculation should have concluded that I have £445 there.

    Anyway

    I have £620 GBP and 11,200 Rupees
    Which is around £732.

    Do you have £732 in cash?

    No. So shh. And go learn some maths.
    Ok

    1) its 9:41 in the morning on the first day of Easter holidays, I havent had a good drink yet and Im tired from a tournament yesterday and stayed up a lil late so go easy on me please (also Im not a genuis like you so lower your standards on the academic side please )


    2) I do have over £732 in cash right now, I also bought some gold 5 years ago in Asia, quite high carat too so my money game is relatively strong. Last I counted (last week) I had £1125 in cash...excluding me gold investment.
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    No he just spotted that 750 and 75 aren't the same thing.

    Easily done, when one has a brain.
    or when one has an awesome brain
    youve got a worthy competitor now :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Awesome Genius)
    I have around £3200 in my current account currently. I am in India at the moment where you can't withdraw pounds easily. I just carry this money around me so I can make it rain.
    Incredible.
 
 
 
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