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    For the average price of 30 mins with one of the beautiful women on this site, I can now buy only 67 litres of petrol. This time last year I could buy 80 litres and the year before that nearly 100 litres.

    Other things I can get for 100. Less than half a weeks worth of groceries. 3 months worth of home insurance. About 8 days worth of health insurance. Less than a years worth of a TV licence. A 20 minute introductory flight in a helicoptor.

    Now I ask you. If someone handed you a free 100 and asked you to pick one item, which would it be ?

    I f*****g know which one I'd pick and it wouldn't be petrol or f*****g home insurance !

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    Have an escort in mind already banjo.; lol doc
    Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.
    People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do .: doc

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    So you have an important choice to make......fill the car's tank or empty your tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlos marvado View Post
    So you have an important choice to make......fill the car's tank or empty your tank.
    Lmao

    Well when you put it like that, it's a lot less expensive to empty one tank these days than it is to fill the other !

    Don't know if I can compete with the 67 litres thing though !
    Last edited by Banjo; 09-03-11 at 23:32. Reason: Added an after thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post
    For the average price of 30 mins with one of the beautiful women on this site, I can now buy only 67 litres of petrol. This time last year I could buy 80 litres and the year before that nearly 100 litres.

    Other things I can get for €100. Less than half a weeks worth of groceries. 3 months worth of home insurance. About 8 days worth of health insurance. Less than a years worth of a TV licence. A 20 minute introductory flight in a helicoptor.

    Now I ask you. If someone handed you a free €100 and asked you to pick one item, which would it be ?

    I f*****g know which one I'd pick and it wouldn't be petrol or f*****g home insurance !
    u are paying 4500 euros a year for health insurance? that sounds rather large, what plan have u?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    u are paying 4500 euros a year for health insurance? that sounds rather large, what plan have u?
    It must be that plan whereby a hot nurse "takes care" of you before and after checking your temperature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    u are paying 4500 euros a year for health insurance? that sounds rather large, what plan have u?
    Family covered on plan E with dental.

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    Take the kids off the plan and treat yourself???

    Young people these days are very robust, they'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post
    Family covered on plan E with dental.
    A sur thats a family plan not a personal plan, i suppose if u make em u must take care of em
    Blatant promotion should be outlawed
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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman View Post
    It must be that plan whereby a hot nurse "takes care" of you before and after checking your temperature.
    Jaysus ..... wouldn't you think you'd dies and gone to heaven !

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