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for me, it's prom dress 623 pounds
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Clothing wise or in general?
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Clothing wise or in general?
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Oof, in that case, it has to be my Les Paul guitar. Spent £1.8k on it, took a good while to save for it. :lol:
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Macbook pro. I'm hoping to buy a car in a few months, so that will top it

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Oof, in that case, it has to be my Les Paul guitar. Spent £1.8k on it, took a good while to save for it. :lol:
You have great taste. Those are legendary and I have always dreamed of buying one
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For myself? Probably like, well I’ve never had a job. And I don’t get ‘pocket money’ as my parents just buy me the necessities and stuff so probably like some McDonald’s
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3,500 quid amp
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You have great taste. Those are legendary and I have always dreamed of buying one
Thank you! It's definitely my pride and joy, plays like a beaut and looks wonderful

Good luck getting your car!
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Canada Goose £650, absolutely no regrets.
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Macbook pro. I'm hoping to buy a car in a few months, so that will top it



You have great taste. Those are legendary and I have always dreamed of buying one
save your money, nothing can beat a good ole strat
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My hamster was £10 so not my most expensive purchase however all the subsequent bedding etc over a year and a half has probably made him overall my most expensive purchase (except my guinea pigs but they are a bit different as i got them and their bedding/food etc instead of pocket money when i was living at home) that i have made myself.
Absolutely no regrets he keeps me sane and safe
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University

In terms of items though definetly my laptop. Literally spent almost all my 18th birthday money on it so I could use UE4 for work on the go. (and play video games but shhh)
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I made a gaming laptop that cost me £1.3k. One of the best purchases ever. That said, I was it was more durable but that's my fault for travelling with it so much...
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My pc parts cost me over £1,000.
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My hamster was £10 so not my most expensive purchase however all the subsequent bedding etc over a year and a half has probably made him overall my most expensive purchase (except my guinea pigs but they are a bit different as i got them and their bedding/food etc instead of pocket money when i was living at home) that i have made myself.
Absolutely no regrets he keeps me sane and safe
Wow, legit didn't know people payed for rescues.:eek:
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Wow, legit didn't know people payed for rescues.:eek:
Oh he's not a rescue my guinea pigs are :yep:
There is an adoption charge/donation if you go through the RSPCA, think it's like £15 for each or something. I don't know if you *have* to pay it (for small rodents anyway) but yeh
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Oh he's not a rescue my guinea pigs are :yep:
There is an adoption charge/donation if you go through the RSPCA, think it's like £15 for each or something. I don't know if you *have* to pay it (for small rodents anyway) but yeh
Oh, sorry
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An Audi TT - beautiful car
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for me, it's prom dress 623 pounds
MacBook Pro £1750
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New phone.
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