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MRSMCAWBER wrote: »
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Glad you like it, hope you have loads of fun with your new [strike]toy[/strike] -extremely important piece of kitchen equipment :rotfl:
Hi Milliemonster and welcome on board... I will go and put you on the list
fizzel81 wrote: »
sorry to do this, can i b taken off the challenge, got home tuesday and around 7pm found a warm fridge and a defroasted freezer, the damm thing was making all the right noises but its 6 months old broken and awaiting someone to come and look at the ruddy thing to see whats broken if its reparable or if i get a replacement
i have no idea what were going to do till its fixed, im so cheesed off as i cannot even keep milk cold
eveie189 wrote: »
I am over budget for the month already and we still have 11 days to go. I was considering dropping out but after thinking about the posts that have been written when otherh people wanted to drop out I decided to keep with it for 2 reasons.
1. If I can stick to my new unofficial target of £350 then at least it will be £65 less than i spent last month and a couple of hundred less than what I was spending before the challenge.
2. I would only be cheating myself by not getting a full picture of what I spend. Escpecially because I have to spend a lot on the chickens I have just got and if I hadn't got them I would be under target still.
Sorry for the long post
puss14 wrote: »
Well I am officially $30 over my monthly budget and we are only 17 days in. I am seriously hopeless and feel a little depressed at my dismal budgeting attempts:(
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