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Anyone See The Front Page Of The Times Today?

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Yea the story is all over the papers today, the ones I scanned quickly anyway.

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Anyone else see the front page of THE TIMES today?

I would post a link but you now have to pay a £1 to view THE TIMES online.

Anyway, it's very nice Bear Food.

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Yes, what is the point of pilates... apart from allowing men to watch women in various sexual positions without the sex...

Similar to marriage. Except you don't have to give her your house at the end of it.

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Yes, what is the point of pilates... apart from allowing men to watch women in various sexual positions without the sex...

It is because you never lift more weight than that of your own body therefore you don't get women who look like this

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The BBC .... 'prices are easing'  ..... or 'prices are softening'. Someone said the f word ... 'prices may stagnate or even f ' ..... and got a very black look, won't be using the f word in future. :blink:

"Negative growth" ahoy! Prices only go up...in a downward manner.

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Yes, what is the point of pilates... apart from allowing men to watch women in various sexual positions without the sex...

...and more farting.

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WOW, E.A. just called me, vendor just took £50,000 off their asking price.

Forget bear food, forget bear feast, it's a bear banquet. B)

What area d00d?

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The BBC .... 'prices are easing'  ..... or 'prices are softening'. Someone said the f word ... 'prices may stagnate or even f ' ..... and got a very black look, won't be using the f word in future. :blink:

 Expect lots of references to "equity compaction" over the next couple of years.

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  • 145 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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