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Mind you, have you googled the bilge that Lisa Brinkworth writes?

Sounds like another thick blonde times properdie journo

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"I set myself a deadline. If, by my 38th birthday, I hadn’t at least embarked on a relationship that promised to result in marriage and procreation, then I was off to Brazil to devote my life to street kids, with whom I’d forged a bond when filming for a BBC documentary.

I’d already volunteered my services to a Christian charity working with slum orphans and had found a small apartment overlooking Sugarloaf Mountain."

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"I set myself a deadline. If, by my 38th birthday, I hadn’t at least embarked on a relationship that promised to result in marriage and procreation, then I was off to Brazil to devote my life to street kids, with whom I’d forged a bond when filming for a BBC documentary.

I’d already volunteered my services to a Christian charity working with slum orphans and had found a small apartment overlooking Sugarloaf Mountain."

God, I want to puke.

Luckily, Mr Right came along just in time, so the Brazilain kids can go **** themselves. It s still feels good to parade your dubious charidee intentions in a national newspaper to look good, eh Lisa?

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God, I want to puke.

Luckily, Mr Right came along just in time, so the Brazilain kids can go **** themselves. It s still feels good to parade your dubious charidee intentions in a national newspaper to look good, eh Lisa?

The main thing is her husband earns enough money for her, wouldn't want to be a poor person now :-)

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People in their twenties are not the first generation to be worse off than their parents it is true for people in the 30s and even early 40s as well.

Although we are lucky compared to generation rent. Sadly unless things improved generation rent will be lucky compared to teenagers today and etc etc.

I can't see any politician trying to get things to change because high house prices are good (in most people's minds, not mine I know they are not).

Edited by iamnumerate

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  • 406 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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