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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    That is spoilt.If i get an a or a* i don't get rewards or anything its whats expected of me.I get no allowance or anything also,if I want something big then i am not going to get it regardless of what I do.
    well no, then in your case its extreme... how tf are you supposed to get anything then, if you won't get it regardless of what you do? that's dumb
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    (Original post by NX172)
    That's pretty much how my gf lived after her father won the lottery. Twice. Ferraris were bought and many expensive apartments were bought amongst other things.

    Sadly, that life was short lived and was quickly spent and the family broke down. By the time she was 16, the father had such debts that he couldn't even afford to help her with studies. (no such government study aid in Spain) The father divorced and the family ended up living in poverty for a while (had to go to food banks and such).

    For this reason, wealth is a double edged sword. Hope everything works out for you and your family, just don't take anything for granted, before you know it, it could be all gone.
    Wowwwww :\ yeah i know. my parents were poor when they were kids and had to work hard for their money, so i know the value of it
 
 
 
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