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Peppa Pig

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  1. Far worse than tesco vouchers. Tesco vouchers are an iou from tesco. This bristol pound is like bktcoin in that there is no obligation on anyone to redeem it. Be careful. What you said is mathematically equivalent to saying tecsco vouchers are no better than these bristol pounds. If i were a major shareholder in tesco, i would report this!
  2. Here is what you should have said. "Renting has its downsides, but at least we can shag in private" What this means is twofold. 1. I am ******ing this girl - who you obviously fancy 2. I am not sharing a house with a bunch of strangers because I made an investment ****** up. "I
  3. The core issue with all this is simple. It is full of shit on all levels. So much so that can't be arsed to go through it. I'll leave it to in in who is a great orator.
  4. yes. and this is only their basic wage. remember that politics is commission based work.
  5. We truly live in an idiocracy. no. we live in a Kleptocracy. the means of the wealth distribution - to the political elites - is via fiat money. and the problems you outline in your post are just some of the symptoms. people are not behaving irrationally, they are behaving perfectly normally.
  6. it's kinda tacky to use absolute nos. %s please in future.
  7. You're darn right. Next time I see King browsing in George, I'll mark him good and proper - 'I know your game mister! Pssst, check out the faux amber pendants over there by the knickers.
  8. It is no great conundrum when you consider that his job is not in reality what you think it is. the remit is for public consumption only.
  9. Well, yes. But it cuts both ways, at least while ever the government continues propping it up, then if you need to buy then you have to pay the fantasy price.
  10. Pay as you go debit cards solve all privacy issues and are the way forward in my opion.
  11. Or you could be a man and just admit that you do not know any maths.
  12. Very sober analysis of the situation. The government is doing all it can to prevent falls in house prices and to prevent any depositor losses. It has certainly succeeded in this aim, but at what price?
  13. Certainly, the first two are idiots. All we know about the third person is that he or she has made a cash profit recently. The forth appears in every way to be a very modest person and nearly undoubtedly this will hold him or her in good stead I think. You have to remember that anyone who has not bought in the last five years are bathing in equity and any potential falls in house prices - given the extremene inflationary environment we are forced to live in - will barely make a dent in their portfolio. If you are not particularly savvy, financially, I would not recomend cashing up ANY asset i
  14. In a word NO. Except milk which has been £2.00 for 2 x 4 pint cartons - but I suspect it is tactical. ie heavy loss leading. PS What on earth is the deal with poppadoms, the ones that are ready to fry. They disappeared from the shelves for about two weeks and then reappeared at twice the previous price. I am not joking around.
  15. So it was you was it eh? I only turned round to open the boot!
  16. They are, that is why precious metals are rising. There is no use in wailing, politicians do not represent and are not answerable to the population and so there is no point in using those channels. The only course of action that remains to those not speculatively inclined is to leave the game with your winnings - if you are fortunate enough to still have any!
  17. Oh well, so long as they're not hard working families then I suppose it's okay.
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