Some news that might affect my diet!

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  1. dellybelly

    dellybelly Silver Member

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    Well, my landlady rang today (my friend's mum) and gave me a heads up that the house I'm renting may be going onto the market in the new year.

    I had hoped to be able to buy it but it is going to be another year before I can apply for a morgage and was hoping they could hold out until then.

    So now i'm all in a mess. I dont know whether I ought to sit tight and see what happens, stop lipotrim (it is quite expensive after all), do some other diet and save the money.

    I know I dont need to make a decision just yet I have the shakes to do me till friday but I like to know where I'm at.. always a forward planner!

    What do you guys think?
     
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    mudbabe Fitness Freak!

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    Ah! Don't worry. Most likely it will still be on the Market when "your" ready to buy it!!! It may have even come down in price!
    Let's hope that happens
     
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    Thanks Mudbabe & BigTsmallt

    The exante including p&p to northern Ireland costs £30 per week and not 25. I know its cheaper than the £45 I'm currently paying but I resent paying 20 odd quid for postage and Packing to Northern Ireland.. that's just extortion.

    BTlt - I was hoping that might happen too, but have decided not to stress about it. Que sera sera!
     
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    its crap that they charge so much p+p to send stuff to us in n.ireland its just not fair lol x x
     
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    Same to here in Jersey. I'm just trying to organised the delivery of a parcel that's roughly a metre square and a couple of inches thick.......lowest quote so far is £100!
     
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    Jees Sandra that's Scandalous! and I thought I was being ripped off being charged £21 for a wee hop across the water from England!
     
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