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What's this obsession with trolls?

I find your attitude and superiority complex irritating to the extreme. You push for a reaction and try to pick a fight.

Some might consider that you behave like a jealous child.

trolls are a pain

you are a pain. your view changes every page.

first you are surprised at your relative panicking to "get into" BTL. then hes a schroedingers fat cat. then you are seriously rich. then you are a hero paying the kids school fees.

thats it.

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trolls are a pain

you are a pain. your view changes every page.

first you are surprised at your relative panicking to "get into" BTL. then hes a schroedingers fat cat. then you are seriously rich. then you are a hero paying the kids school fees.

thats it.

Give it a rest Bloo Loo!

You're starting to look ridiculous now.

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It's not in my nature to gloat.

I don't see myself as particularly wealthy and have no particular desire to hang on to it, or increase it's value.

I intend to hand it over to my kids, and hopefully, they can go through life less neurotic than me. I will sell up in the next 3 years, buy a small place and give each kiddly a big handout. They're lucky and I'm soft. So be it.

I'm then going to spend 6 months each year abroad. So long as I've got enough to rent a place and buy local food and drink what more could one want?

I don't want unhealthy attachments anymore.

£2000000 in the bank and still can't grasp the possessive;)

To be fair, you're trolling well with 11 pages thus far.

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This thread is still going is it. OK. Should houses be affordable, well no, of course not, no-one should be able to buy a house and we should all be forced to live in the streets. It's just crazy to base any sort of market on the ability of people to be able to buy the item in question.

So who is going to buy your house oh BibleThumper when it comes time to sell? It's a good job no-one can afford it, oh wait, you did want to sell didn't you?

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£2000000 in the bank and still can't grasp the possessive;)

To be fair, you're trolling well with 11 pages thus far.

What is this? A conspiracy to shut out alternative points of view by the accusation of TROLL?

I always stood up to bullies at school.

You and some of your henchmen come across as forum bullies.

(Ps - not sure what a possesive is!)

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This thread is still going is it. OK. Should houses be affordable, well no, of course not, no-one should be able to buy a house and we should all be forced to live in the streets. It's just crazy to base any sort of market on the ability of people to be able to buy the item in question.

So who is going to buy your house oh BibleThumper when it comes time to sell? It's a good job no-one can afford it, oh wait, you did want to sell didn't you?

WTF are you going on about now?

Another demented soul.

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What is this? A conspiracy to shut out alternative points of view by the accusation of TROLL?

I always stood up to bullies at school.

You and some of your henchmen come across as forum bullies.

(Ps - not sure what a possesive is!)

Henchmen?

:lol::lol:

The use of it's and its. It's means it is, no more.

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