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247 pages. "Follow Deepak Tailor on a journey to discover how to live for free. For three years Deepak travelled to the distant corners of the world, found a growing global movement and interviewed hundreds of inspiring people. From the founder of LatestFreeStuff.co.uk, the UK's largest freebie website, learn how to turn your life around, reach your goals and make any part of it free. Packed full of tips, action lists and resources, How To Live For Free will make the biggest change to your life, more than any other book.

As featured in The Sunday Telegraph, Daily Mirror, Forbes Magazine, The Sun and more...

#1 Amazon Bestseller in Business and Finance
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The Royal Family must have read this
euro22/09/2020 16:19

Easy... Move in with your parents


You made the mistake of moving out?!
Step 1: Be easy on the eyes...
Easy... Move in with your parents
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The Royal Family must have read this
Easy... Move in with your parents
euro22/09/2020 16:19

Easy... Move in with your parents


You made the mistake of moving out?!
Thanks.
Step 1: Be easy on the eyes...
h82think22/09/2020 16:56

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Yeeeesh that is a thought that comes from a certain mind
stafo22/09/2020 16:21

You made the mistake of moving out?!


I haven't even left the womb yet.
buliztik22/09/2020 16:57

Yeeeesh that is a thought that comes from a certain mind


I've been married for over ten years. I've learnt a trick or two along the way
Live of the benefit system
Step one of living for free:

1. Get money to buy Amazon product to get book.

2. At the very least buy an item from a store with free wi-fi

3. Download the e-book after charging the device.

4. Find free power - MC Donald's, maybe get away with an hour before they turf you out.

5. Realise that this must be a lie as so far it's cost 16 big Mac meals and you're only half way through the book.
This book has to be free, no way they can charge for it.
Born free, taxed to death.
Turns out I got it free 3 years ago & still not read it
The reviews seem a bit poor.
The trouble with the electronic books is that once you finish them, you can't hang them on a nail in the bathroom to use again
Great, thanks
I know of someone who lives alone, for free in a house owned by their parents. They're on benefits so the government pays their rent to their parents. You couldn't make it up.
Step 1: delete HUKD app
Roger_Irrelevant22/09/2020 23:30

I know of someone who lives alone, for free in a house owned by their …I know of someone who lives alone, for free in a house owned by their parents. They're on benefits so the government pays their rent to their parents. You couldn't make it up.


So the 'someone' is either unemployed or on a low income and is entitled to housing benefit for their accomodation which is paid to the owner of the property who happens to be their parents? Big deal -- the benefit would presumably be paid to the owner, even if s/he was not related to the tenant.
pasheast23/09/2020 10:46

So the 'someone' is either unemployed or on a low income and is entitled …So the 'someone' is either unemployed or on a low income and is entitled to housing benefit for their accomodation which is paid to the owner of the property who happens to be their parents? Big deal -- the benefit would presumably be paid to the owner, even if s/he was not related to the tenant.


Except they choose not to work, and HM government pays for his lifestyle.
Free of what??
pasheast23/09/2020 10:46

So the 'someone' is either unemployed or on a low income and is entitled …So the 'someone' is either unemployed or on a low income and is entitled to housing benefit for their accomodation which is paid to the owner of the property who happens to be their parents? Big deal -- the benefit would presumably be paid to the owner, even if s/he was not related to the tenant.


Attitude that'll sink the country
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