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Posted on Wed, Apr 24, 2013 16:20

Quoting Hoping4Love2000:

LIVVY!! 

 

SO GOOD TO SEE YOU GIRL!! 

 

I prefer martini's myself... and I never pay for them anyway! LOLOL... 

 

MISS YOU TREMENDOUSLY GF!! 

 

Hope the family is doing great!

 

XOXOX


Hi Princess,

 

Good to see you! I miss you loads too. The family is doing great! And yours?

 

Good to see you all again. I was a little apprehensive that place may have shut down or repopulated itself with the Pharaohs that knew not Joseph..... but I can see this our famous online family is well and good!

 

Liv.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 24, 2013 16:17

Quoting MissMonteCarlo:

Yeah the system is very unfair at times. I remember whilst at university a friend of mine used to get a £4000 bursary per year. That was money she did not have to pay back. She got that as her parents lived in a council house. However, as my parents owned their house I got nothing. So I worked my weekends away whilst she partied her weekends away as she had no need to work.She wasn't paying her parents bills nor was I paying bills as we were both at uni but the government saw it fit to waste money like that. I made more money working and gained valuable skills to add to my C.V. so thats the plus side.

 

Sarah :-)



Sarah,

 

I totally agree with you. For all you know she may still be partying away rather than getting a proper job after graduation! At least, let's give her credit for going to uni! Most council estate kids don't go to university, you know. They just follow in the footsteps of their parents, and get knocked up at 16 to get a council house of their own. The rest of us work very hard to keep them in warm cozy accommodation.

 

Liv.



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Posted on Wed, Apr 24, 2013 12:59

Yeah the system is very unfair at times. I remember whilst at university a friend of mine used to get a £4000 bursary per year. That was money she did not have to pay back. She got that as her parents lived in a council house. However, as my parents owned their house I got nothing. So I worked my weekends away whilst she partied her weekends away as she had no need to work.She wasn't paying her parents bills nor was I paying bills as we were both at uni but the government saw it fit to waste money like that. I made more money working and gained valuable skills to add to my C.V. so thats the plus side.

 

Sarah :-)



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Posted on Wed, Apr 24, 2013 07:29

Quoting Dakota35:

Looks like there is quite the reward for being poor.  So if the tax system rewards people for being poor, then why work and be ambitious?  Here's to everyone being poor and a easier life...a life of free beer!!!  Come on, everyone drink the coolaid with me while we sing Kumbaya.


I know Dak!  When I was a little girl I always dreamed of being poor....so I could live in a shack, eat fried Bologna everyday and suffer bad health/quality of life.  If only I hadn't lived in a progressive area with good schools, teachers and role models....my dreams could have come true!!



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Posted on Wed, Apr 24, 2013 07:18

LIVVY!! 

 

SO GOOD TO SEE YOU GIRL!! 

 

I prefer martini's myself... and I never pay for them anyway! LOLOL... 

 

MISS YOU TREMENDOUSLY GF!! 

 

Hope the family is doing great!

 

XOXOX



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Posted on Tue, Apr 23, 2013 21:01

Quoting Dakota35:

Looks like there is quite the reward for being poor.  So if the tax system rewards people for being poor, then why work and be ambitious?  Here's to everyone being poor and a easier life...a life of free beer!!!  Come on, everyone drink the coolaid with me while we sing Kumbaya.


DAK! That is precisely how we roll in the UK! Care to join us? LOL!

 

On a serious note, though, it is sad that people exploit the system. It was designed to help people having a spot of misfortune, whilst they get out of it, but then some people figured they would over-turned what was meant to be a transition to their destination!!

 

Liv.



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