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Author Topic: Has punting changed how you view money?  (Read 1852 times)

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Estark in Fuengirola apparently has rooms available for rental.  If not full of hoors.  Was a hotel b4.  Bout 5 floors of hoors i recall - so not quite up to CC standards. 

Scandalos in Malaga also has a hotel right next to it  :thumbsup:! Many Northern Spanish clubs also rent rooms to civvies . Estark is a group so probably its other locals offering this too  :yahoo: As Estark 92 has a gym where many of the girls train in the afternoon  and also dining facilities ... wonder how much day to day contact you can make with the WGs and presumably start negotiating your own deals  :drinks:

Funny you should mention this, I gambled away a high % of my student loan in the arcades in Soho and I'd pop to have a punt to make myself feel better. Or a punt before I'd gamble. Or sometimes in between. I found it easy to spend someone else's money (and I paid it back via my wage in later years) but now infinitely appreciate the value of money so much more than I use to!

i dont actually value money as much as i should

i can quite easily turn £1000 into £5000 over the course of a week but then i lose sight of it and start pushing harder to say turn it in to £20,000 - goes wrong along the way

daft really - gave serious consideration to quitting my job to go full time but it doesnt quite make sense to me yet

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Interesting replies. I don't really have an emotional attachment to money sometimes I wish I did.
I think being useD to handing over cash to dodgy people since my teens. Has always meant I am more into a immediate reward rather than delayed gratification type of Person

Interesting obs ! Going to think about this one   :hi:

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Scandalos in Malaga also has a hotel right next to it  :thumbsup:! Many Northern Spanish clubs also rent rooms to civvies . Estark is a group so probably its other locals offering this too  :yahoo: As Estark 92 has a gym where many of the girls train in the afternoon  and also dining facilities ... wonder how much day to day contact you can make with the WGs and presumably start negotiating your own deals  :drinks:
Good intel.  I like the idea of going to the gym & lining up a session with one of the fitties whilst they're hot & sweaty  :yahoo:
Is Scandalos any good ?
PS apologies for going off thread

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As Estark 92.............and also dining facilities
If on holiday in the area with the OH imagine taking her there for a romantic dinner.  She'd go mental  :sarcastic:

Offline Malvolio

I can't say punting has made me look at money in a different way - I've always been cautious with my monthly spending.

Offline oring123

I can't say punting has made me look at money in a different way - I've always been cautious with my monthly spending.
(that's why i punt for 15 mins max once every 10 years ) !!
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Offline Zeusthedoc

I look at everything that I pay for, that isn't a WG, in terms of a punt...

£120 fuel into the car? that's 2x 30 mins (or a cheap-ish 60mins)
£100 for a pair of shoes? that's an expensive 30mins or a reasonably priced 30mins and a flutter on the footy on the way home.

£1200 car insurance? that's the dom special when you get fucked hard and slowly all year - big fucking strapon. and just when you think you're done - the bitch tags in her mate who had lubed up her strapon in anticipation to pick up where her mate left off! fucking car insurance, con!

Offline DannyJames

Punting hasn't changed how I view money because I've always viewed money as being the gateway to options. Punting is just another service I buy.

What has changed for me is how much I'm prepared to pay and the standard I expect when I punt. i.e. Better value for my £, which I attribute to the insight and wisdom to be found on UKP. This is something I've long expected outside of this pursuit, but I didn't apply when I first punted because I was completely naive.

I understand why people assess their wider spending in terms of how it relates to a punt, but punting isn't my main hobby or interest in life so it doesn't make sense for me to think like that.

Punting has not changed how I view money.  As the saying goes "you can't take it with you", so I try to enjoy myself as much as I can and am not too frugal.


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