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Forty Five quid

Not great but not shabby. Have a look for it next time out it will be fitter for the run as long as the going is not too soft.

cheers will do. If you see it out and I'm on give me a nudge m8.

If you don't mind trying out new drugs, the kind prescribed on the nhs, you could try clinical trials

In my early 20's I did these once every 4 months, and sometimes they paid real good money

One of the trials I took part in was conducted over 21 days, and you would attend as in patient for 4 days, and the other days as out patient

the first 2 days you were given the drugs, and for the next 18 days you return so they can take blood and urine samples, the last 2 days were used to monitor vital signs

Payment for the 21 days was £2500, plus traveling expense of at least £50 per day


Cashback and bin the receipt, +1 :drinks:

Now there will be hundreds of Mumsnet users checking their joint bank accounts for unusually large debits at Asda!

Offline Xerxes

My wife thinks I have a big gambling habit.

I actually have a small gambling habit, a big escort habit and excellent cover.

My wife thinks I have a big gambling habit.

I actually have a small gambling habit, a big escort habit and excellent cover.


 :lol:

Offline Ali Katt

I've yet to make decent money from gambling, the best I do is double up usually.

I think £50 is the maximum withdrawal for cashback.

BTW most of the has-beens from mumsnet are on moneysavingexpert, it's just women talking about saving 10p off nappy sacks. The articles are good, the forum is more boring than saafe.
« Last Edit: April 28, 2014, 11:49:16 PM by Ali Katt »

Offline akauya

Good ideas Gigabyte, I have another one... always have a shit at work, not only will you save on bog roll but you will also get paid for it... double savings - result! :)


Offline Steve2

If you don't mind trying out new drugs, the kind prescribed on the nhs, you could try clinical trials

In my early 20's I did these once every 4 months, and sometimes they paid real good money

One of the trials I took part in was conducted over 21 days, and you would attend as in patient for 4 days, and the other days as out patient

the first 2 days you were given the drugs, and for the next 18 days you return so they can take blood and urine samples, the last 2 days were used to monitor vital signs

Payment for the 21 days was £2500, plus traveling expense of at least £50 per day

There is one advertising on the radio at the moment

http://www.flucamp.com

Saying up to £3,750 for taking part

Offline gorge

There is one advertising on the radio at the moment

http://www.flucamp.com

Saying up to £3,750 for taking part

I remember at uni they use to pay for experimenting on you - There was one where they done something which made you heart hesitate and this paid over a grand which was a lot at the time - but it went down on your medical history as a heart attack. What about selling a kidney? - they go for a lot abroad (illegal in uk).

There is one advertising on the radio at the moment

http://www.flucamp.com

Saying up to £3,750 for taking part

i applied and got a text next day saying all studies had been allocated.  Yet another bullshit data capture outfit i reckon.  Good job i filled their form with bullshit  :lol:

Offline CBPaul

Some good ideas and a relevant post IMO Gigabyte, can't understand the first few comments back being so negative. A lot of your points are things we should all do anyway rather than waste money paying and being ripped off. Doesn't matter what you spend the money on really.

As for the poster who suggested that fucking civvy girls is free, you are having a laugh, right ? You might not be handing over a hundred quid to shag them but they cost more in readies, hassle and wasted time in the long run. And if I got my fill with the wife I wouldn't be punting so much.

As others have said, saving money is one thing, getting that in hard currency to maintain a punting reserve is something else in my case.


I think £50 is the maximum withdrawal for cashback.

...Per transaction,  perhaps.  "Little and often" is the way to do it.  I pop into the supermarket several times a week, getting a bit more each time.  Over a month,  it adds up.

Offline mcardle464

Hi Gigabyte

I agree with Paul above.  Thanks for this Gig.  I think a bit of civility is in order - Gigabyte was trying to be helpful, and there were a few tips I find useful. :)

Offline Happyjose

Hi Gigabyte

I agree with Paul above.  Thanks for this Gig.  I think a bit of civility is in order - Gigabyte was trying to be helpful, and there were a few tips I find useful. :)

+1. Great thread

Drug trials are usually safe but there is a reason they do them in small numbers of people 1st & why they pay all that money- anyone remember the "Elephant man " trials in 2006?

Drug trials are usually safe but there is a reason they do them in small numbers of people 1st & why they pay all that money- anyone remember the "Elephant man " trials in 2006?

I remember that or a similar trial, where a number of test subject had adverse reaction to the drugs, some of them life harming
 
I first started doing clinical trials in 1990, and done various trials for 5 years; anyone in Scotland or Edinburgh might know of this clinic, Inveresk Research, located at Heriot Watt University

And it shows not everyone is willing to go through with the test, once they read the info on the previous trials, they get cold feet, as anything that went wrong is listed; like 1 death occurred during this trial, on examination it was found the patient hadn't been truthful with the clinic, and had a medical condition which he didn't declare, which was partly to blame for his death

So at all times, you must  tell the clinic if you have taken something like aspirin, or even an joint, you must make them aware, as there could be a reaction; if you have taken a joint this wont be held against you, and the police wont be contacted, but your likely to be removed from future trials

I even met my brother in-law one day, and he couldn't go through, after reading  the study notes, even though it would have paid him £1200, one year later after I have done a few trials, he got in contact with me, as he wasn't working, and wanted to know more about the trials, as he was reconsidering, after telling him about the drugs I was testing, he contacted the clinic, and this time went ahead with the clinical trial

Offline Toshiba

My wife thinks I have a big gambling habit.

I actually have a small gambling habit, a big escort habit and excellent cover.

Brilliant, ditto  :thumbsup:



Offline rogerc23

More action at home does help,i had a session with the regular hen last night and am still feeling exhausted now...
Also agree about having a set budget which you stick to,something i need to do

Betting on the football can work for some, I started with 50£ and quite quickly made 1100. If the bookies are offering 8-1 on a team, you can assume that they aren't going to win,  hence just back the other team. Even with modest results you can subsidise your punts. Tonight I have real Madrid to qualify. With the internet its quite easy, though I quite fancy the chav birds who work in the bookies.

Offline GeeWiz

IF you're a modern lad, then you can save yourself a fortune towards the hobby.

Fancy gym membership?  Use the leisure centre or do home workouts.
Protein powder and supplements?  Get a tray of eggs, roast a chicken, buy tin sardines, use coffee and green tea.
Slamming shots on nights out?  Buy pints.
Dressing like you're in a boy band?  Fashion fades, style remains.
Hair cut in salon?  Go the the barber.
Fake tanning and/or waxing?  Don't do it.

You're welcome.

IF you're a modern lad, then you can save yourself a fortune towards the hobby.

Fancy gym membership?  Use the leisure centre or do home workouts.
Protein powder and supplements?  Get a tray of eggs, roast a chicken, buy tin sardines, use coffee and green tea.
Slamming shots on nights out?  Buy pints.
Dressing like you're in a boy band?  Fashion fades, style remains.
Hair cut in salon?  Go the the barber.
Fake tanning and/or waxing?  Don't do it.

You're welcome.

Yes Dad!

Offline RandyF

IF you're a modern lad, then you can save yourself a fortune towards the hobby.

Fancy gym membership?  Use the leisure centre or do home workouts.
Protein powder and supplements?  Get a tray of eggs, roast a chicken, buy tin sardines, use coffee and green tea.
Slamming shots on nights out?  Buy pints.
Dressing like you're in a boy band?  Fashion fades, style remains.
Hair cut in salon?  Go the the barber.
Fake tanning and/or waxing?  Don't do it.

You're welcome.

Fuck, your hip  :lol:
Banning reason: Troll

I'm currently growing a money tree in my garden. I've laced the fucking thing with miracle grow so I'm hoping it will start yielding tenners soon. I successfully grew one a few years ago after buying some magic beans on eBay. Turns out it was an African tree though that produced Zimbabwe $. After three years it had produced 3trillion dollars - roughly £2.74! What a cunt. Not even enough for a wank off an EE gal


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Offline Anadin

I use quidco and have enough cashback to cover half this month's punting fee.

Betting on the football can work for some, I started with 50£ and quite quickly made 1100. If the bookies are offering 8-1 on a team, you can assume that they aren't going to win,  hence just back the other team. Even with modest results you can subsidise your punts. Tonight I have real Madrid to qualify. With the internet its quite easy, though I quite fancy the chav birds who work in the bookies.

Worst bookmaker for prices Coral best bookmaker for Chav Birds working in the bookies Corals


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