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Posted by strokecitydave (U5467417) on Friday, 26th October 2012
When families are hard up, do they really spend all their time talking between them about how strapped they are for cash and covering it up from everybody outside the household (apart from Eddie, who hasn't got any spare wonga)
Posted by Now Locking for a house (U3261819) on Friday, 26th October 2012
Posted by Lady Macbeϯh - not without mustard (U550479) on Friday, 26th October 2012
Posted by anna kist (U2314477) on Friday, 26th October 2012
Didn't have a partner when I was very poor but thinking about how I could make some money or scrimp to make ends meet.
It does tend to take over one's life. And I wasn't in Ed and Em's position. I had no one I could ask for help as my parents were living on benefits at that time due to my dad's ill health and my mother being his carer.
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