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I then make the mistake of going into a sofa shop and fall in love with the perfect sofa for £1400 (it doubles as a sofa bed and has storage). I’ve barely spent any money in the last year and this would be a big chunk of my savings. I go home and agonise over it, call my mum who tells me its too expensive and then call my auntie who tells me to go for it. Arghhh, don’t know what to do. Make another coffee instead and try not to think about it.
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