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The jist of the small article was how the average wallet 'contains' £14k. And yes, you guessed it, this being available credit on a variety of credit cards/store cards etc. WTF :angry: With this kind of 'you've never had it so good' subliminal messaging, no wonder the debt levels in this country are not just so high, but not given a flying F**K about. Rant over. <_<

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i heard a similar thing on the local radio - the lady presenter was getting quite aroused about adding up the amount of credit available on her cards - and how she might go out on a spending spree- :(

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i heard a similar thing on the local radio - the lady presenter was getting quite aroused about adding up the amount of credit available on her cards - and how she might go out on a spending spree- :(

How long before people realise you have to pay it back??

If I spend beyond my means now then I am spending future money and losing on interest.

When will sheeple wake up to fact that they are going to have to pay it all back against a background of globalisation, wage deflation and recession?

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i think we can press here for guilty by association.....

how did you first become aware of this ann summers offer ?

cupidstunt may well be a sexually frustrated female

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