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Onion Boy

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  1. Onion Boy

    A House Fit For Cherubs

    Great house if with appropriate decor! I think it would seem slightly overpriced at half. What do I know though?
  2. You can do it in a car too, propel the vehicle by turning the starter motor in gear. Only a matter of time until the battery runs flat.
  3. Onion Boy

    Correction In Property Values 'on Way'

    It's most certainly an illusion, always more or less has been. I'm not being personal here, DWS (I've enjoyed your posts and the posts of others for years before joining in the chat) but there are monstrous - seemingly impermeable - jungle regions beyond the HPC trees. You may or may not be conscious, it wasn't clear from your reply to me earlier. I don't think prices falling 50% in my area is out of the question when the can falls down the manhole.
  4. Onion Boy

    How The Young Are Reacting To Hpi

    Anything you desire will be yours to behold, if you sell yourself to me, son.
  5. Onion Boy

    How The Young Are Reacting To Hpi

    Exactly. Keep studying that scene.
  6. Onion Boy

    How The Young Are Reacting To Hpi

    http://youtu.be/xMG2oNqBy-Y Cool video, huh? Check yourself before you wreck yourself.
  7. O rly? It'll be the main reason stopping British sheeple from buying there now, the ferry costs. I'm starting to realise that I might have to go live tribal in a jungle to escape this madness longer term.
  8. When supermarkets first became common in the UK, they were heralded as a positive evolution of the grocery industry. As the years have went on and companies swallowed others, only a few big hitters remain. They set the prices in order to attempt to exceed last year's gross profit each year. Until people can't feed themselves, making those who can still afford surplus buy for others, in some kind of way.
  9. Onion Boy

    The Big Food Banks thread

    That the lumpen proletariat aka "the middle classes downwards" are best case one trick ponies or, at worst, thick as a 16.5 ton confluence of baby wipes and solidified fat. That, despite your winning the frugality competition against Wayne Slob, you think that a £1.86 pack of meats is "very expensive". That I live nothing like a slob (okay, I sit learning shite online every night). That there's a middle ground between frugality and gluttony (and also between RDA and "die today"). I'm a simple man in hankerings and happiness. I have a habit of disregarding perfect written prose as a pre-requisite to posting on here or any other forum. Basically, don't mistake my linguistic laziness for lack of vocabulary or intelligence. Don't even mention the word "class". Unless you're a one, you're a slave like me.
  10. Onion Boy

    I'm Not Buying It...

    It's a battle of good versus evil all over the world. Sam is winning. Young aspiring financial independents who need a wee bit of space in the UK are losing. For now.
  11. Onion Boy

    The Big Food Banks thread

    Thanks! Show off
  12. Just rob tramps. Works for the government.
  13. Onion Boy

    The Big Food Banks thread

    I am kind of hoping you'll do a breakdown of your meals @ £2 per day, please. When am I allowed to edit posts or, if I'm being silly and I can, how do I?
  14. Onion Boy

    The Big Food Banks thread

    I'm already dead, mate. In any case, as a father of four who love equally both Scottish/British and French/Mediterranean home cooked meals, I'm perfectly aware of these things. You clearly don't get stuff. ;-)
  15. Onion Boy

    More Trouble In Store For Uk Banks

    That's it. As a member of the great unwashed, I fully intend to withdraw everything I have from these crooked institutions. One small problem... How exactly DO you withdraw a negative balance?
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