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TODAY WAS A GOOD DAY

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SO WORKING FROM THE AGE OF 16 AND HAVING A EXCELLENT CREDIT RATING WAS A BAD LOOK FOR ME.

GOT A CREDIT CARD AND SPUNKED UNTOLD AMOUNTS ON FRIVOLOUS sh*t LIKE CLOTHES, TRAINERS AND WEED.

TODAY I FINALLY PAID THE LAST SUM OFF.

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NOW I CAN START TO SPEND ON FRIVOLOUS sh*t LIKE STRIPPERS, COCAINE AND CRISTAL.

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JOKING BUT IN THESE HARD TIMES IT TAUGHT ME HOW TO BUDGET AND HOW TO KEEP A CAP ON MY SPENDING, NOW I CAN START SAVING FOR THAT SIRROCO B.

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ARRIGHT AARRIGHT ARRIGGGGHTTT

YOU GON LEARN TODAY!!!!

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POS I still cant budget Cant belive from end of april to start of June I spent 4.5k On literally absoulutly nothing (Tax rebate and nice win on a few horses)

my credit rating was fucked from 18 as soon as I turnt 18 brought a contrac phone, pc and Ps2 on HP still aint paid it off bare letters get sent to my mums house and this was end of 2001. Allot of my stuff like my sky, phone etc is in my brothers name.

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lol im terrible with money at times

if im hypomanic and i have money then i aint seeing that after a day

>>> that feeling of regret when you buy something useless that cant be returned cause its ben used or whatever

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keep the card in the freezer, or just learn never to use it or ask them to cap it to like £300

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its peak when your outgoings are more then your incomings

them statements are pain

i need to go back to 07/08 times

so much P i didnt know what to do

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in 09 i remember using some budget planner from money saving expert

found out my actual income to keep after all expenses etc was about £250! big shock

swear JSA is more than that?

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Never had a credit card, prefer to be able to have the money to purchase stuff straight up. I know they have their benefits but I'm not involved.

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