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she could sell up.

she could, sell the car.

she could seek help with the mortgage.

but, that would lead to social embarrassment.

or she could bleat to the BBC.

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she could sell up.

she could, sell the car.

she could seek help with the mortgage.

but, that would lead to social embarrassment.

I say, let her starve until she does sell the car, sell the house and start admitting she's living beyond her means.

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she could sell up.

she could, sell the car.

she could seek help with the mortgage.

but, that would lead to social embarrassment.

or she could bleat to the BBC.

O I see, she is in the process of doing all these things.

Good on her....

a non story about people helping each other then.

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O I see, she is in the process of doing all these things.

Good on her....

a non story about people helping each other then.

Doesn't sound like she made much effort to sell the car. "Nobody wanted to buy it" - since she declared it was a "luxury car", I'm guessing the reason nobody wanted to buy it was the price she was expecting.

Still going on holiday using "Vouchers from the local paper", but can't afford to eat? Do me a favour.

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Doesn't sound like she made much effort to sell the car. "Nobody wanted to buy it" - since she declared it was a "luxury car", I'm guessing the reason nobody wanted to buy it was the price she was expecting.

Still going on holiday using "Vouchers from the local paper", but can't afford to eat? Do me a favour.

this story has the ring of WMD desperation.

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Doesn't sound like she made much effort to sell the car. "Nobody wanted to buy it" - since she declared it was a "luxury car", I'm guessing the reason nobody wanted to buy it was the price she was expecting.

Still going on holiday using "Vouchers from the local paper", but can't afford to eat? Do me a favour.

We cut back on as many things as we could. Our first plan was to sell the car, as it's worth a fair bit, but we couldn't. Nobody wanted to buy it."

I think that answes your question...sounds familiar doesn't it. "our house has been on the market for six months, it's worth a hundred squillion pounds, but no one has been round to even look at it yet."

There are a lot of uneducated middle class twonks who have been eating property porn for breakfast who are about to have a very rude awakening.

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One for a brisk milking of the old indignation gland . . . My link

At least 'Sarah' had the grace to sell up and rent.

Sounds bogus to me. In fact, if memory serves, I think this might be a rehash of an older story that appeared on the BBC website. <_<

Help me out here: she drove to the food bank in a luxury car, right? How can you be completely broke and at the same time keep a luxury car on the road? Instead of cashing in her tax disc and insurance and getting that sucker off the road, she hits up a charity.

No, I'm not understanding this at all.

She should have put some of her crap on eBay. Or gone on the ho stroll. :lol:

Who really cares, anyway.

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I feel sorry for the poor sods that donated these things thinking they were going to a good cause, and not affluent people clinging onto their valuables.

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I feel sorry for the poor sods that donated these things thinking they were going to a good cause, and not affluent people clinging onto their valuables.

Agreed - if I give to charity it's on the basis that I'm helping someone who has no other option but to resort to charity, not some middle-class idiots who want to keep up appearances of living a lifestyle beyond their means.

Couldn't sell the car which is worth 'a fair bit'? Then lower the price to something the market will pay, it's not rocket science.

They claim they live a modest lifestyle yet somehow managed to max out their cards and take on a huge mortgage? Puh-lease.

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a non story about people helping each other then.

Gotta love the BBC. Scroll down and I found:

"What price of a pint says about a pub The price of beer varies considerably across the UK, a survey indicates"

Amazing!

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I volunteer for a foodbank - not a Tressel Trust one, and we don't discriminate on "social status"...If people are in need, we help...simple as..

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I say, let her starve until she does sell the car, sell the house and start admitting she's living beyond her means.

Yep

totally agree

I have always had to adjust to my income and never been too proud to tell people how it really is for me, in the 90's recession i stacked shelves in Tesco and have always believed you make your own way in this world, when i came back from New Jersey (1992) i dragged my Ass through IT Course after IT course and have been in almost full employment ever since.

My income has been poor and good and good and then poor again, i spent 6 months on JSA and survived and ended up being a better person for it.

Whats this Bints excuse?

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Agreed - if I give to charity it's on the basis that I'm helping someone who has no other option but to resort to charity, not some middle-class idiots who want to keep up appearances of living a lifestyle beyond their means.

Well stop giving to the ones in the UK who have lots of paid staff on cushy wages.

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May not be possible to sell the car! Might be a lease thingy! :huh:

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this has the stink of rosie millard about it.

next week she will be talking of her amazing rise from the brink and getting a btl porfolio.

a nonsense article for a nonsense generation.

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Silly cow wants to live within her means. Walk to supermarket before closing time, buy the reduced items, cheap bread and beans. Reduce use of water, gas and electric, only have the heating on if its below freezing and you have a young child or elderly person in the house. Sell possessions and get rid off insurance. Even if you live in a high crime area you can leave your door open, you have nothing worth nicking!

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Stupid middle class bint - Salisbury is full of them.

By 'nice' she means expensive, which drinks petrol and p*sses it away.

The Trussell trust site is up on Bemmy Heath (about 2 miles from the 'nice' bits of Salisbury).

She probably used 1/2 gallon in the car to get there.

Well, they won;t be getting my tin of tapioca this year.

On one level I think the 'no prejiduce' things is good. On another level I think they should hire someone to give her an all mighty slap - cars, holiday - SHE NEEDS TO DOWNSIZE!!!!

Wierdly Salisbury has a couple of organisations like this - Trussell Trust and Alabare.

Both replicating services already provuded by the council.

Its just a bunch Christians making up jobs for themselves and living of the charity donations.

I had anargument about this with one ofthe, who was panhandling for money to buy a homeless shelter.

My argument was why buy the house? Why not just provide a deposit gurantee and check-up service?

Beacuse the volunteers would have to get a job, thatswhy,

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May not be possible to sell the car! Might be a lease thingy! :huh:

My thoughts too or drove it off the forecourt new and now can't get enough to cover the loan.

Lovely character / exec house, MEWed up to the eyeballs.

Etc.

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