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I Would Pay £3,000 For A House

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Kids in Ipswich discuss the cost of housing on the BBC


How much does a house cost?

V: £1,256.

E: £20,000.

K: £50,000.

C: I would pay £3,000 for a big house, £2,000 for a middle-size house, and £1,000 for a bungalow.

G: I would spend £55,365.01.

E: The 1p is vital

B: It is about £2,500 for a house.

Rep: Do you know an average house costs about £150,000?

G: Now I know why my mum keeps on saying that we are poor!

...one young child is exposed to the reality of a debt based monetary system at an early age.

Now we all know kids don't have much of a concept of how much things cost, but it looks like logic develops early on.

The conversation may continue something like:

G: "But I'd have to work for an entire lifetime on the average wage to live in the average house, how will I pay for bringing up my own children and save for my old age".

Rep: "Now children, lets discuss mortgage interest, and the chances of earning the average wage in Ipswich"

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My personal favourite...... and I'm a Royalist mind.

If you had £1m, what would you do with it?

B: I would buy a new house in a hot country.

C: I would drive to London, earn another £1m, then I would pay the Queen for her house. She can live in my old house.

K: I would spend it on a house and some pet snakes for my worst enemies.

E: I'd spread it around 10 different churches and give £10,000 to the local hospital... Then I would buy a mansion.

V: I would buy Tescos, or I might buy Sainsbury's instead.


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