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banned8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
you can survive for a month with 100 quids ? food and shelter ...

Edit: And if not than what is your average monthly personal expendiute
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banned8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
i can't survive a max of 2 weeks with £100
#2
not unless u live with ur parents, or on a park bench,

or get your rent paid by council.

why??
#3
where do you get that kind of money at your age boro?

yes dell - YMCA
#4
NO!!!!!!!!!!!
#5
if you were homeless, yeah. but not me, no.
#6
loupomm
where do you get that kind of money at your age boro?

yes dell - YMCA


Well just noticed what I said.... normally about £100 when we go weekly shopping and thats for 4 of us........ so i was kinda wrong.
#7
Doubt it, you need more than that.
#8
twinks
You're 13! You could easily survive on your own with that, tent in a field no problems. :roll:


Is that where you think all teenagers should go? :p
banned#9
mummyspam1985
not unless u live with ur parents, or on a park bench,
or get your rent paid by council.
why??


Fail: Park bench, thats not shelter

loupomm
where do you get that kind of money at your age boro?

yes dell - YMCA


Lol the answer I reckon

twinks
You're 13! You could easily survive on your own with that, tent in a field no problems. :roll:


lol :thumbsup:
#10
haha, that's impossible! I pay £35 a week rent which is the cheapest out of everyone I know as I have the smallest room in my flat. then £15 a week on top of that for food... and about £20 a month on nights out, if not more. and another £20 on coffee... :oops: this doesn't even include clothes... we wont go there.... haha... also... my many trips abroad... lol... to think i'm a student! :D
#11
borolad94
i can't survive a max of 2 weeks with £100


blimey i survived on two pund a week when i was 13, thats all my parents gave me. where do you get that sorta money, and what could you possibly need to spend on?? :?
banned#12
calmacuk
Doubt it, you need more than that.


Well depends on your location, I have this friend in Acer, a team lead, plymouth who makes around 800 quids a month unless if pays down south are really low ?
banned#13
Yup bedsit £60pm around the carp areas of leeds inclding bills. £10 per week on food......baked beans on toast gets repetitive, but I love jacket potatoes, and tuna mayonaise, easily buy enough for a week with £10
#14
Don't think it is really possible today! I paid my mortgage earlier a few years ago, so no shelter worries, but for just £100 it would be hard going.
I was taking to an old couple a month or so ago, they were telling me that the husband used to bring home 10 shillings and sixpence (55p) in 1935. That was supposed to pay their mortgage, food and fuel, as well as clothing the kids, for a week.
#15
mummyspam1985
blimey i survived on two pund a week when i was 13, thats all my parents gave me. where do you get that sorta money, and what could you possibly need to spend on?? :?


they mgiht be thinking of the food they eat etc.... plus... kids toys are far more expensive now a days... £30 for a game... ridiculous!
#16
Food, I can do. I used to aim for £100 a month on food expenses when I was in my previous job, actually (Dell, btw - the wages are rubbish). It's not too hard. Just got to budget £3.30 a day for food, which can be quite easily done if you eat a punnet of grapes or strawberries for breakfast (this cost from 50p to £1 at my local fruit and veg shop) and eat a couple of ready meals from Iceland for lunch and dinner. It leaves you 30p extra per day, which works out as about five slices of bread, which is ample to stave off hunger if the ready meals and grapes aren't enough. Lidl's great for cheap food, too. I used to make awesome meals for under a quid courtesy of that place.

Shelter though, it'd be possible if you could invest in a caravan and could find somewhere where it could park long term. Mate of mine nearly did this for uni one year. Apart from that though, council tax alone might take you over the £100 mark.
banned#17
yimmie
haha, that's impossible! I pay £35 a week rent which is the cheapest out of everyone I know as I have the smallest room in my flat. then £15 a week on top of that for food... and about £20 a month on nights out, if not more. and another £20 on coffee... :oops: this doesn't even include clothes... we wont go there.... haha... also... my many trips abroad... lol... to think i'm a student! :D


Clothes hmmm never thought about that, you could spend most of your time around naturist beaches I guess

mummyspam1985
blimey i survived on two pund a week when i was 13, thats all my parents gave me. where do you get that sorta money, and what could you possibly need to spend on?? :?


You joking right ?
#18
Dell_in_the_bed
Fail: Park bench, thats not shelter



Lol the answer I reckon



lol :thumbsup:


ok so bus shed/shelter.

why do u ask anyways. is it for one month? or a way of living? if its a way of living then you on very low income and therefore would be entitleted to benefits.
#19
Dell_in_the_bed
Clothes hmmm never thought about that, you could spend most of your time around naturist beaches I guess



You joking right ?


I would actually struggle to live on £100 a week let alone a month... :oops: I only spend about £50 a month on clothes though. I don't buy brands... so nobody can judge me on which brands I wear. :) plus i'm not a chav.
#20
joking, no. i got two pound a week pocket money. what does a thirteen year old need money for?? was only ten years ago, surely things couldnthave changed that much in this amoount of time.

im feeling very old all of a sudden
banned#21
Foosball Chum
Yup bedsit £60pm around the carp areas of leeds inclding bills. £10 per week on food......baked beans on toast gets repetitive, but I love jacket potatoes, and tuna mayonaise, easily buy enough for a week with £10




Covering for medical might pose a problem
banned#22
Predikuesi
Don't think it is really possible today! I paid my mortgage earlier a few years ago, so no shelter worries, but for just £100 it would be hard going.
I was taking to an old couple a month or so ago, they were telling me that the husband used to bring home 10 shillings and sixpence (55p) in 1935. That was supposed to pay their mortgage, food and fuel, as well as clothing the kids for a week.



Wow so the prices have really hiked up .... I know someone who used to earn around 2 pounds back in 1930 and that never failed to surprise me
#23
your an it consultant?? how can u possibly only spare 100 a month to live on??
banned#24
mummyspam1985
joking, no. i got two pound a week pocket money. what does a thirteen year old need money for?? was only ten years ago, surely things couldnthave changed that much in this amoount of time.

im feeling very old all of a sudden



You are younger than me darling :thumbsup:
banned#25
mummyspam1985
your an it consultant?? how can u possibly only spare 100 a month to live on??


I dont but just wondering
#26
mummyspam1985
joking, no. i got two pound a week pocket money. what does a thirteen year old need money for?? was only ten years ago, surely things couldnthave changed that much in this amoount of time.

im feeling very old all of a sudden


dunno bout others

I Give my 13 year old £5 a week, my 11yr £4 my 8yr £2.50

they manage :-D

mind you nan does give them money on and off, but they get no more from me :giggle:
banned#27
dxx
Food, I can do. I used to aim for £100 a month on food expenses when I was in my previous job, actually (Dell, btw - the wages are rubbish). It's not too hard. Just got to budget £3.30 a day for food, which can be quite easily done if you eat a punnet of grapes or strawberries for breakfast (this cost from 50p to £1 at my local fruit and veg shop) and eat a couple of ready meals from Iceland for lunch and dinner. It leaves you 30p extra per day, which works out as about five slices of bread, which is ample to stave off hunger if the ready meals and grapes aren't enough. Lidl's great for cheap food, too. I used to make awesome meals for under a quid courtesy of that place.

Shelter though, it'd be possible if you could invest in a caravan and could find somewhere where it could park long term. Mate of mine nearly did this for uni one year. Apart from that though, council tax alone might take you over the £100 mark.


Damn this is a nice answer

I would if I could, but some odd reason I am not allowed to give rep to the same person twice in one day :-(
#28
Dell_in_the_bed
Well depends on your location, I have this friend in Acer, a team lead, plymouth who makes around 800 quids a month unless if pays down south are really low ?


Team leader sounds like an important job, then you see his pay and its not much better than minimum wage, would prob make more than that working full time in Tesco :giggle:
#29
Dell_in_the_bed
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You are younger than me darling :thumbsup:


yeah but that 13 year old is ten years younger tha me and needs 50quid a week, thats just mad. wish i had that much disposable income.

so this is just a random thought you had. oo er. well it certainly got alot of people talking :p
banned#30
biff
Team leader sounds like an important job, then you see his pay and its not much better than minimum wage, would prob make more than that working full time in Tesco :giggle:



I am not sure Tesco down South would even pay that much, I had asked him to join our team instead at least the pays are better


mummyspam1985
yeah but that 13 year old is ten years younger tha me and needs 50quid a week, thats just mad. wish i had that much disposable income.
so this is just a random thought you had. oo er. well it certainly got alot of people talking :p


I think the kid (I am not sure which post you are talking about) sponsors his studies as well ?

oh well to be honest 100 quids will be enough to survive down here in Pakistan, I know I can live like a king (if I am spending on myself and parties alone) with around 300 quids
#31
biff
Team leader sounds like an important job, then you see his pay and its not much better than minimum wage, would prob make more than that working full time in Tesco :giggle:


yeah when i last worked (FT mum) i was on minimum wage as receptionist and came close to that, round our way it would barley cover the rent on a house.

my old flat was 520pcm, two bed. nice location, in bad place (medway towns)
friend pays 630pcm for two bed house in nasty area too (white rd estate if any one knows it-chatham)

not to mention council tax 80pound a month give or take
banned#32
mummyspam1985
yeah when i last worked (FT mum) i was on minimum wage as receptionist and came close to that, round our way it would barley cover the rent on a house.

my old flat was 520pcm, two bed. nice location, in bad place (medway towns)
friend pays 630pcm for two bed house in nasty area too (white rd estate if any one knows it-chatham)

not to mention council tax 80pound a month give or take




Thats expensive is'nt it, but still better than what I had to pay when I was in central london for a while, even though shared flat with a couple of mates
#33
yeah london costs lots but then pay is better there. to get to london to work it cost my other half over 250 amonth on the train from medway, though we have mortgage now so no worries on the renatl prices.
[mod]#34
No way. A week I would struggle...

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