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    If your bank manager likes you, maybe...
    But seriously, you've maxed out your overdraft already? :O
    Maybe you could start being a bit more careful with your money...
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    Its been 3 months and you've spent £1250 + student loan? :eek:
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    Jesus christ, I was thought I was bad while at Uni. If you have spent that much money that quickly the bank will probably refuse, sorry to say
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    i was in the same situation this time last year, on an average night out i wud spent £60, and we went out atleast 3x a week..
    i came to uni with 1.5k, killd that and my overdraft by christmas...
    then i got a weekend job, and started goin out less...
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    hahaha, this makes me laugh, im in exactly the same situation!
 
 
 
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