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    Quote Originally Posted by synapseman
    Heh. I once told my wife, "eh, if we had postponed the wedding, I might have been able to afford the EOS-1Ds!"
    Yah, after you are married you will find that its even harder to find money for a cheap BF-10.


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    Quote Originally Posted by singscott
    Say no to a one night stand with a drunk beautiful lady
    well at least it wasn't expensive saying no. it probably could've gotten a helluva lot more expensive if you'd said yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro Image
    Australia can buy 4D meh? unless you are back to Singapore...
    Tuan, I have an account with an illegal 4D bookie in KL lah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singscott
    Say no to a one night stand with a drunk beautiful lady
    My mistake was didn't ask the drunk beautiful lady whether she was a man.

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    my most expensive mistake is not knowing it is a mistake...

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    mistakes are necessary to gain experience
    so far i dont really have any major mistake, i think... if i do regret doing or buying some things, so be it. or is it that i'm numb

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    Probably cost me about a $100K. If you wanna learnt how to waste it, this is how its done, first invest all your monies in my case about $150 K of units trust, then morgaged it and used the money to buy shares. If disaster e.g. similar to 911 category striked. You will probably be corner or be torn apart by opposing forces, only one way out, sell and cut your loses, almost bankcrupt me. Also bought a new flat 6 years ago at $450K (some 20K above valve) which is quite common it those days and now probably worth $400K now. I forgot to mention as the market is depress, its still not so bad, Think of those condo that are above a million and probably worth some $700 or $800K now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffle
    well at least it wasn't expensive saying no. it probably could've gotten a helluva lot more expensive if you'd said yes!
    You know how much for a three star hotel room

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Thought u dead liao...
    Haha..tot u were the one who dead liao

    harto-> <-- gugu

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