On Thursday, 3 September 2015 17:06:22 UTC+1, whisky-dave wrote:
family meal of 5 then isn;t a ring on the cooker free, they are smoking in
the kitchen because that is their culture, they even smoke in the bath.
What brainless nonsense you speak.
could do it as least as cheaply as a family of for. You get quite a discoun
t whren you otder 10,000 chickens.
they pay for preparation & delivery as well as ingredients, so in no way co
mparable. Only the clueless would compare the 2.
FWIW nhs meals are very incompetently provided, with food often in such a s
tate that no-one would eat it, meals described as suitable for certain thin
gs when they obviously aren't etc.
On Sunday, 6 September 2015 15:47:11 UTC+1, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
he family meal of 5 then isn;t a ring on the cooker free, they are smoking
in the kitchen because that is their culture, they even smoke in the bath.
Lots of people don't have kithchens lots of bedsits out there in the real w
y could do it as least as cheaply as a family of for. You get quite a disco
unt whren you otder 10,000 chickens.
comparable. Only the clueless would compare the 2.
who pays for preparation ? who pays for delivery ?
state that no-one would eat it, meals described as suitable for certain th
ings when they obviously aren't etc.
What's that got to do with it. If an army of trained peolpe can;t good a go
od healthy and nutricious meal then how can one individual be expected to d
o so ?
On Friday, 28 August 2015 11:17:26 UTC+1, Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
As it happens I went shopping today, and bought exactly what I listed, amon
g other things. I'll be eating it for the next 6 days. And it came in way u
nder the budget I quoted.
As I've already said there's little point listing prices when they vary by
no. But keep guessing.
To be frank its trivial to google and find loads of sites with cheap meal r
ecipes. Anyone that can't make a good nutritious healthy tasty meal for the
equivalent of £17 a week has, imho, a bit of a life problem. Sure the mo
ney we have means we can get away with it, but it does demonstrate a strang
e inability to do basic life tasks. And it does have its uses at times, not
just times of poorness.
On Friday, 28 August 2015 10:00:56 UTC+1, email@example.com wrote:
lead to that conclusion. If you cant eat well on £2.50 a day per person
you're missing some pretty basic life skills.
The theory is , but even financial experts get in wrong.
re Krishna for a night out.
real world living.
I've seen a few friends flats, water heating from an old electric immersion
heater that took 3 hours to get enough hot water for a bath that's about
70p worth of electric. Having keys for the electric also makes it more expe
Cooking a pizza in an electric over is about 20p, having a fridge/freezer m
ost likely an old one which isn't the most efficient.
It all adds up.
Then there's what we sometimes think of as unnecessary, mobile phones.
I had to buy one when I switched banks, for security they insisted on sendi
ng SMS messages. So I had to buy a mobile.
There are now used instead of a computer for a lot of things even applying
for jobs etc.. so you do need a smart phone (so that's £10+ a month)if yo
u don't have a computer or tablet.
Most people can find a friend that can get things printed, at worst you sp
end a quid at an internet cafe.
It's the micro economy all the little parasites sucking a bit of money her
e there an everywhere.
Of and don't use empty crisp packets as condoms, especially the salt and vi
On Monday, 24 August 2015 15:34:19 UTC+1, whisky-dave wrote:
ler room would struggle. The others have disposable incomes of £142.50,
£87.50, £34.10 per week. Difficult my ass.
ort costs, elcec, gas, TV licences and mobile costs and they'd need a mobil
e so you can phone them.
Transport depends on the situation. Elec & gas is usually included in £10
0 a week rooms, but not always. TV & license are for disposable income, and
no relevance to the cost of living. A mobile costs a tenner a month, a non
problem for the above wage levels.
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.