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I am missing meals, wine and entertainment due to insolvency. Any suggestions – depressed 55yr?

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7 Responses to "I am missing meals, wine and entertainment due to insolvency. Any suggestions – depressed 55yr?"

  1. alsmithjpsnet says:
    Sounds like you need to find a way to become a distinguished food critic for the newspaper or local tv or radio.
  2. woodwinman says:
    Hook up with a sugar-momma/-daddy
  3. buscemibabe says:
    Poor you, maybe you’d like to try and live on my £80 a week, I usually have about 50p left after paying all the bills and sometimes if I’m lucky I get to live on toast for a whole week. Welcome to the world of NHS nursing.
  4. eehco says:
    Watch foodtv.com and try to recreate these things at home. Trader Joe’s has an awesome selection of gourmet foods and wines to fit almost any budget. I’m a single parent of two teenagers and manage to afford good ole TJ’s quite often. Limit yourself to one or two semi-splurge outings a month. Do the rest at home. Don’t be depressed, it’s only a temporary situation. If you play your cards right, you’ll be in the black again in no time.
  5. cool dude says:
    big age
  6. mimi@sbcglobal.net says:
    PRAY about it.
  7. dellajoy2000 says:
    Listen to the radio and try to be the correct caller through for free food. Save up some money by eating cheap foods such as hot dogs and Kraft Dinner. Go to the Food bank for more. Find something to sell. Good luck.

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