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sydneyking
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5113 posts since 26/9/09

21 Apr 2012 16:53
R wrote: just want a good life.

Awwww bless
R
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13315 posts since 17/5/03

21 Apr 2012 16:53
JustinCredible wrote: I have two young'uns and wouldn't want the missus to work Oops

She looks after the bairns & house meaning I do fuck all outside of work which is fine by me and all I do is pay her amex off every month. That make me a bubble boy?

yes. fuck you for wanting to support your family. prick.
Crackajack
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8056 posts since 21/4/05

21 Apr 2012 17:06
R wrote:
Crackajack wrote: We all buy into the illusion that money = happiness (e.g. buying expensive clothes etc) but just some far more than others.

i love it when people talk in cliches.

Guilty there to an extent, but I think M = H sums up pretty succinctly what your about.

P.S Your a living cliche Eye-wink

R
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13315 posts since 17/5/03

21 Apr 2012 17:10
if more money = better lifestyle, surely to some extent its true? doing more of the things you enjoy. not bringing love/family into this cos too many (obvious) variables.
breck
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939 posts since 5/3/09

21 Apr 2012 17:13
THIS THREAD MAKES MY HEAD HURT
Crackajack
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8056 posts since 21/4/05

21 Apr 2012 17:30
Its embarrassing to engage with you in this sort of discussion R so Im going to bow out now, no offence intended.
DY
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9619 posts since 9/6/11

21 Apr 2012 17:33
R wrote: if more money = better lifestyle, surely to some extent its true? doing more of the things you enjoy. not bringing love/family into this cos too many (obvious) variables.

Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud
R
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13315 posts since 17/5/03

21 Apr 2012 17:34
doomedyouth wrote:
R wrote: if more money = better lifestyle, surely to some extent its true? doing more of the things you enjoy. not bringing love/family into this cos too many (obvious) variables.

Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud

didnt know how to put it. but talking about happiness obviously thats an element for most people.
Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

21 Apr 2012 17:53
JustinCredible wrote: I have two young'uns and wouldn't want the missus to work Oops

She looks after the bairns & house meaning I do fuck all outside of work which is fine by me and all I do is pay her amex off every month. That make me a bubble boy?

I can't understand people not wanting their missus to have a career. You're gonna get home from work everyday, tell her about your day, then she's gonna have fuck all to tell you aside from the lasagne she made and what happened on Jeremy Kyle.

A woman with no aspirations to work must be a boring, dry cunt. No offence to your missus Im sure shes interesting as fuck.
breck
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939 posts since 5/3/09

21 Apr 2012 17:53
when i read threads like this it makes me proud to be from the hood Ubercool

R
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13315 posts since 17/5/03

21 Apr 2012 17:56
Commander_Venus wrote:
JustinCredible wrote: I have two young'uns and wouldn't want the missus to work Oops

She looks after the bairns & house meaning I do fuck all outside of work which is fine by me and all I do is pay her amex off every month. That make me a bubble boy?

I can't understand people not wanting their missus to have a career. You're gonna get home from work everyday, tell her about your day, then she's gonna have fuck all to tell you aside from the lasagne she made and what happened on Jeremy Kyle.

A woman with no aspirations to work must be a boring, dry cunt. No offence to your missus Im sure shes interesting as fuck.

agree with this to some extent. comes a point where not really viable though imo.
JustinCredible
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2720 posts since 11/6/08

21 Apr 2012 18:15
Guessing neither of you have kids so not surprised you've missed the point, my youngest is a toddler and I'd much rather my missus look after her than some minimum wage cunt in a nursery who doesnt want to be there. It's nice to have the choice without worrying about money with the added bonus of the missus looking after kids and house.

Not sure how you made the leap from missus looking after kids to not wanting a career and being a dry, boring cunt tho Laughing out loud She gets to spend time with the bairns while they're young which is far more interesting than any job I've ever done
R
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13315 posts since 17/5/03

21 Apr 2012 18:22
me? im with you!
DY
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9619 posts since 9/6/11

21 Apr 2012 18:23
you turkish justincredible?
eent
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9015 posts since 25/2/05

21 Apr 2012 18:28
R you should be ashamed. Aspiring to get a good job with a good salary so you can earn your money and enjoy it, is appalling. How dare you. What you should be doing is working a dead-end job, just making ends meet, eating a takeaway on Friday and watching X factor on the weekend. Why should you ever want more?
R
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13315 posts since 17/5/03

21 Apr 2012 18:30
eent wrote: R you should be ashamed. Aspiring to get a good job with a good salary so you can earn your money and enjoy it, is appalling. How dare you. What you should be doing is working a dead-end job, just making ends meet, eating a takeaway on Friday and watching X factor on the weekend. Why should you ever want more?

i dont really get what other people are arguing on here? that is the other side.
Razorlight123
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5043 posts since 13/1/10

21 Apr 2012 18:35
LOL my question has caused a stir.
eent
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9015 posts since 25/2/05

21 Apr 2012 18:35
I honestly thought that aspiring to a good career and not have money problems was a good thing.

A lot of people are taking it to the extreme. Not everybody who wants to earn a good wage, is obsessed by just material things, and will not stop until they have everything. Some people want a couple of good holidays a year, ride first class, have a nice motor, and be able to eat out and enjoy themselves.

I guarentee there's a fair few on here who earn over 50k, who are not driven purely by money and material things.
R
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13315 posts since 17/5/03

21 Apr 2012 18:37
whatever i say on here will be ridiculed cos was a prick in the past. have said nothing illogical.
breck
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939 posts since 5/3/09

21 Apr 2012 18:42
R wrote: whatever i say on here will be ridiculed cos was a prick in the past. have said nothing illogical.

this is untrue mate

i could gather loads of quotes if i wanted