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So you buy your castle

say you have packed a fair few ton of raw cash and piled it into a 'lucrertive property'.

Say you find a bijiou home for you and your offspring, but you get paid £1500 a month after tax and the mortgage repayments are £500 pa, pick bones in that, is it a doom struck scenario? Bear in mind that the 'woman' can contribute once she feels that she has done the clucking in order to dispatche the kid to school which means a period of say 3 years, is that bad? This is now my revised action on the present day.

I think the govt put a guide around which stated that one person requires 100 pounds per week to justify an existence before being deemed as 'poor'. Well help me please because I want to manifest the best army mankind has been since the f@ckin Jackson 5 or something like that.

EDIT: Sorry cant be ar$ed correcting those grammatical errors you see the sause gets to me!

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So you buy your castle

say you have packed a fair few ton of raw cash and piled it into a 'lucrertive property'.

Say you find a bijiou home for you and your offspring, but you get paid £1500 a month after tax and the mortgage repayments are £500 pa, pick bones in that, is it a doom struck scenario? Bear in mind that the 'woman' can contribute once she feels that she has done the clucking in order to dispatche the kid to school which means a period of say 3 years, is that bad? This is now my revised action on the present day.

I think the govt put a guide around which stated that one person requires 100 pounds per week to justify an existence before being deemed as 'poor'. Well help me please because I want to manifest the best army mankind has been since the f@ckin Jackson 5 or something like that.

EDIT: Sorry cant be ar$ed correcting those grammatical errors you see the sause gets to me!

In other words you are getting broody and want your own house? :rolleyes:

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    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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