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    MrGoatsmilk
    24 Sep 2011 - 11:37 AM

    A handful of us in the office have decided to start ourselves a challenge for fun. We are calling it the 20 challenge.

    As of Monday we can spend 20 on whatever we like in order to sell at a profit and then buy more to sell and so on up to the 25th of October. The winner being the one who made the most profit from the initial 20.

    Any ideas or has anyone here done a similar thing?

    I am not allowed to use anything I already own so using the 20 to hire a room and take photo's is out of the question. Shame it's not the Olympics right now as I would be buying and selling flags!

    Any ideas no matter how mad will be greatly received.


    Stu Smile

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    johnyelland1234

    DHgate.com

    Its sells cheap stuff from Asia, i'm sure you could buy some small things and resell to colleagues at work or on ebay.

    Only thing is it takes about a week or 2 to get from them to the UK, so the competition will be over.

    But maybe for the next challenge Smile

    Michelle_S
    4 Oct 2011 - 4:20 PM

    Buy ribbon,make a bow or something sell them for charity e.g lilac ribbons for aspergers syndrome.
    Then donate all proceedings to that charity at the end of the deadline.
    Not sure if thats legal, just an idea Tongue

    NikLG
    NikLG  91736 forum posts England
    4 Oct 2011 - 5:18 PM

    Loan it to someone at an extortionate interest rate, like Wonga.com do to people.
    You'll win the challenge easily Tongue

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