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Articles > no title post June, 10, 2016
Louise Dunne
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We asked all the students and graduates on The OpinionPanel Community to confess the most extreme thing they’ve had to do in order to save money. From 101 ways to make toasties and heart-warming uses for AstroTurf… we’ve found that students are a creative bunch. Here’s the top 10!

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  1. Isabella Degg

    some of these blur the line between disgusting and genius.

  2. Liv

    Monopoly money in tesco? That is genius! Can’t believe that actually worked haha

  3. George Britten

    I once made my own shoes out of corrogated cardboard sellotaped together as a sole and then cardboard from cereal boxes to keep the foot in place. Mainly wore them around halls (they were surprisingly comfy) but was a bit drunk one night and went to tescos in them, on the way back it rained and they disintegrated.

  4. John Mckey

    I always wish: God, please help every one to pass their hard days.

  5. Aleksandra Wereda

    I would never think of doing any of these things πŸ˜€ Brilliant!

  6. Amanda Roestorf

    I just hope Idon’t get the monopoly money back as change!

  7. Emma Gaffney

    I think…

  8. Olu Taiwo

    USING CLING FILM TO KEEP MY SHOE TOGETHER that sounds like greaaaat idea hahahaha

  9. Tasarla Deadman

    Haha brilliant!

  10. linz davies

    Good Luck Emily πŸ™‚