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candygirl wrote: »
We were literally having chazzers withdrawals :rotfl:
cherryblossomzel wrote: »
I've been away for a bit, but I'm glad to see this thread is still going strong. My (sort of) champagne moment(s) recently has been that, since things appear to be moving forward on my flat purchase, I get to start thinking about renovating and decorating, which, for a long-time renter, feels incredibly luxurious - I'll be able to paint the walls and put up shelves and hang pictures anywhere I want!!!
If anyone has any tips on choosing flooring, (wood-effect, I'm thinking about a warmish colour...or a coolish colour with some rugs?, aarrgg), please pipe up
sugarbaby125 wrote: »
My Champagne moment is that I have signed up for at least 12 months with Odeon Limitless including central London for £19.99 a month. I love going to the cinema, and now I will be able to go and watch every film that takes my fancy for at least a year. :j:D
humptydumptybits wrote: »
Congratulations, such an exciting thing to buy your first place. Hope it all goes well. Just a tip, I know two young couples who bought their first places in the last year, both said when they got the keys and went into their property for the first time they felt a terrible sense of anticlimax and panic at what they'd done. They all said by the time they woke up the next morning they were excited and happy so if you don't get a feeling of euphoria straightaway don't panic.
lantanna wrote: »
That’s a good deal
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