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Do you ever get the urge just to pack up your things and move?
Never look back, never keep in touch with the people you know.
Just start fresh, away from your past - into a new future.
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I literally did this in September, started a new life pretty much.
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(Original post by money-for-all)
Do you ever get the urge just to pack up your things and move?
Never look back, never keep in touch with the people you know.
Just start fresh, away from your past - into a new future.
Yes, 24/7 .Life sucks , can’t explain what I’ve been through these past 3 years…
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Yes, but I would like to keep in touch w a few people.
Alexa play ''Sleep on the Floor'' by The Lumineers :daydreaming:
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What makes you want to move out of the country?
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What makes you want to move out of the country?
im just fed up of everything here.

fed up of the people, fed up of my current situation.
no excitement in life, you get what i mean?
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(Original post by money-for-all)
Do you ever get the urge just to pack up your things and move?
Never look back, never keep in touch with the people you know.
Just start fresh, away from your past - into a new future.
Yep I’ve always thought about it
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im just fed up of everything here.

fed up of the people, fed up of my current situation.
no excitement in life, you get what i mean?
A question out of curiosity ; how old are you ?
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A question out of curiosity ; how old are you ?
24 , why?
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YES literally all the time. But it will never work out. And it won't be possible.
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(Original post by money-for-all)
im just fed up of everything here.

fed up of the people, fed up of my current situation.
no excitement in life, you get what i mean?
Radical concept but if you're a loser in the UK or wherever it is you hail from you'll be a loser in another country because nothing about you has changed except your location.
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Unless I get a Cifas marker, nope.
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Radical concept but if you're a loser in the UK or wherever it is you hail from you'll be a loser in another country because nothing about you has changed except your location.
who said im a loser?

I'm not a loser.
The UK discourages hard work.
If you work hard, you lose all your money in taxes, paying the utlity bills, living in expensive rental flats.

The salary here sucks, they lifestyle here sucks.
people on ****ing benefits are better off..they don't work hard, or they dont work at all, yet they all seem to have the latest Iphone, best car etc
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24 , why?
I was just wondering .Anw I’m sorry that youfeel this way .I am just hoping that things will get better for you so you’ll be to enjoy your life .You can pm me whenever u want to , I also feel that way
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If you work hard, you lose all your money in taxes, paying the utlity bills, living in expensive rental flats.

The salary here sucks, they lifestyle here sucks.
people on ****ing benefits are better off..they don't work hard, or they dont work at all, yet they all seem to have the latest Iphone, best car etc
You mean you actually have to pay to live in this country wow shocking, if rent's a problem there's plenty of cheap places to live in this country.
I know, the gall of people on benefits to be able to afford phone contracts, unbelieveable. Where are you living that such people drive 'the best car'?
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You mean you actually have to pay to live in this country wow shocking, if rent's a problem there's plenty of cheap places to live in this country.
I know, the gall of people on benefits to be able to afford phone contracts, unbelieveable. Where are you living that such people drive 'the best car'?
Perhaps in the *****iest city in the UK .
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Perhaps in the *****iest city in the UK .
No, just anywhere that isn't in London or the Home Counties.
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Perhaps in the *****iest city in the UK .
Oh wait did you mean that's where he's living?
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Oh wait did you mean that's where he's living?
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(Original post by ROTL94)
You mean you actually have to pay to live in this country wow shocking, if rent's a problem there's plenty of cheap places to live in this country.
I know, the gall of people on benefits to be able to afford phone contracts, unbelieveable. Where are you living that such people drive 'the best car'?
you are delusional.

Probably some 13 year old talking about living situations in the UK.

Let me give you some figures:
£25k year graduate salary = £19,911.76 after tax, student loan repayment, 5% pension contribution and national insurance.
Hence, this equates to £1,659.31.

This is nothing.

Rent = £800/month
Council tax = £80/month
Phone bill = £20/month
Broadband bill = £30/month
utilities = £40/month
Car = £240 petrol/month + 80 insurance/month + £20 wear and tear/month
Food = £150/month
socialising = £120/month
Clothes = £50/month
Miscellaneous = £50/month

Total Cost = £1530/month
Remaining = £129.31

So, you're telling me that this country is right? get ****ed pal.
Not everyone has a rich family to support them.

How am I supposed to save up for a house deposit?
LIVE HERE IS ****. UNLESS YOU ARE ON BENEFITS!
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