A place to live! Was homeless before with a 2 year old son so I know how hard life can be & how important a home is! NEVER take anything for granted because you can lose it in a heartbeat!|
Reply #101. Dec 30 11, 8:29 PM
Could very cheerfully survive without a phone - had four years living where there was no landline and no mobile reception - loved it...lived without electricity and had three months where we had one outside tap for water.. showers involved filling up two buckets, boiling a kettle and adding it to the buckets.. washing self and hair with the first bucket, then rinsing off with the second .. and this was mostly over winter at 4 am when the average temperature was around 0c.
But music is indispensible...
Reply #102. Dec 31 11, 2:59 AM
Reply #103. Jan 02 12, 4:57 AM
I agree with callie-rose a home to live in. I have had to make due at times so a place to live is most important. I can get by without most everything else. I sure would miss the high speed Internet connection though. ;)|
Reply #104. Jan 02 12, 1:11 PM
Sizzileen, I hope you don't live to regret that.|
Reply #105. Jan 04 12, 6:27 AM
I could not live without my coffee maker (and coffee to put in it).|
Reply #106. Jan 06 12, 10:59 AM
For a second I thought reply #105 was a cold response to #103.|
I need Ritz crackers and sardines in Louisiana hot sauce.
Reply #107. Jan 09 12, 2:08 PM
I never thought I would say this, but my ipad. From electronic books, to waking in the night and reaching over to do one extra word quiz.|
Reply #108. Jan 14 12, 6:34 AM
Perfumes, cigarettes and wine. Funny combination. Well, I could live without all of them, but so so:)|
Reply #109. Jan 14 12, 6:45 PM
My laptop, money....the list goes on.|
Reply #110. Jan 14 12, 8:34 PM
Reply #111. Jan 14 12, 10:11 PM
The question was what luxury could you not live without. I have been homeless and considering that literally,air,water,food,shelter,clothing are all that you need to survive,and anything else is considered a luxury,i would have to say that i could survive without any at all.|
It's easy to forget that many do.
Reply #112. Jan 15 12, 12:16 AM
I don't know if they'd really be considered a luxury, but I would find it very difficult to live without books.|
Reply #113. Jan 15 12, 2:45 PM
Reply #114. Jan 18 12, 7:28 PM
I hear THAT!
Reply #115. Jan 18 12, 9:07 PM
My android phone on which I can access the internet, read books, listen to music, watch films, take photos, make videos, send texts and, of course, make calls. |
Reply #116. Jan 27 12, 5:47 AM
Do good friends count as a luxury?|
Reply #117. Jan 30 12, 4:57 PM
cut and paste :-)|
Reply #118. Jan 30 12, 6:43 PM
As long as I have a good book close by, I'm gold!|
Reply #120. Feb 11 12, 10:25 AM
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