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    GeorgeUK
    How have you been feeling lately?
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    • 5th Feb 10, 11:28 AM
    How have you been feeling lately? 5th Feb 10 at 11:28 AM
    Decided to make this thread and have a little fun with it.
    Post a picture that sums up how you're feeling or coping so we can SEE how you're doing.



    Edit: Didn't give the explanation, did i?
    Been paying off the debt regularly (parachute), but the gambling demons aren't letting go. I'm getting blown off course too easily and although i've not gambled, there's still a chance i'll get wet...

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    Last edited by Former MSE Wendy; 16-02-2010 at 9:02 PM.
    After falling off the gambling wagon (twice): £33,600 (24,000+ 9,600) - Original CC Debt: £7,885.91

    Dad Gift 6k ¦ Savings & Inv Tst: £2,500
    Loan 10k: £0 ¦ Dad 5.5k: £2,270 ¦ LTSB: £0 ¦ RBS: £0 ¦ Virgin £0 ¦ Egg £0

    Total Owed: £2,270 (+6k) 11/08/2011
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