Sentences with word «skint»

Skint refers to the condition of having little money or few possessions. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
I've got 3, that's why I'm always so blooming skint.
BOOKS
Honest, loyal, affectionate, good sense of humour, passionate, easy going, loving, genuine, caring & skint 9/10 isn't bad
DATING
United are skint, they need to replace Scholes and Giggs they don't need a striker.
SPORTS
David Bentley has warned other footballers they could end up skint if they are not careful with their money.
SPORTS
It's not really fair on the skint one if you go off all the time flashing the cash, yet at the same time you can't let that person hold you back if you want to spend on doing things.
TRAVEL
«We were skint and so we decided to announce a stunt where we got members to come up with poster ideas,» says Alastair Campbell.
POLITICS
The defence spending figures show us three not particularly surprising things: 1) if your neighbours hate you, you need to spend; 2) if you've got oil, you need to spend; 3) unsavoury regimes are skint.
POLITICS
What Dortmund achieved during the Klopp years is remarkable when you consider how skint they were and having to rely on unearthing gems.
SPORTS
There are only four maps available at launch, and while they're certainly well designed, it's still a skint amount of areas to play in.
MOVIES & TV
As a former professional of mildly constrained means, I was startled by the expense of a «can't afford Bali, too skint for the snow» trip to the Australian Capital Territory.
HOUSE & HOME
When Havelange took control of FIFA it was an elitist, arguably racist and assuredly skint organization.
SPORTS
Real racing drivers don't set-up their own cars, unless they're skint - and here, finally, garage management has gone all realistic.
GAMING
I try to do most of the work myself, even though I could have paid a carpenter, I am far from skint, but then it would have gone too fast.
BOOKS
No matter how much money you earn in 2017, behave like you're skint and save as much as possible.
ART
The projects I tackle will always be realistic, too — we're time-poor and usually pretty skint, so our decorating ideas involve a big dose of DIY and my husband, Ben, usually has to rein my ideas in, so I hope there'll be plenty of things that viewers will feel confident enough to try in their own homes.
HOUSE & HOME
Remind me if you are feeling skint to stump up the nomination fee!
BOOKS
I always remember it was back when we were at college, I was skint, my parents were on holiday and the only thing I could find to eat in the house was a massive beef joint my mum had in the freezer.
GAMING
In a recent desperate bid to stay in the headlines, Nigel Farage poured his heart out to the Daily Mail about splitting from his wife and described himself as «53, separated and skint».
POLITICS
There's no avoiding the fact that it is harder to budget for four months of living expenses than just a single one, but it has to be done if you want to avoid being completely skint as your next pay date approaches.
MONEY
As far as colors are concerned, with your elegant hair style and quite dramatic skint one, you create your own color.
FASHION
Yep, its all the blogging worlds fault we are skint, Im in total agreement xxxx
FASHION
I really want Soul Calibur 5, but and kinda skint at the moment.
GAMING
Too skint to get involved with all the Xbox LIVE Gold action but want a taste of the new features?
GAMING
I found one once in a shop but it was # 150 and I was skint at the time.
FASHION
Unless a team is skint, they will only sell when they want, not when they are dictated to.
SPORTS
When you do get a new job try living with the belt tightened as it was whilst you were skint!
MONEY
Although my writing on the expert material is skint compared to the elaboration on the beginner content, the two truly do exist in a remarkable balance.
GAMING
This was not only a great outcome then as it was after Christmas, and I was skint, but also great outcome now as I'm still making them and saving money in the process!
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Foreign policy hasn't been scrutinised for three reasons, I think: a) we're skint, so can't really afford to have one b) all three parties are actually quite close, despite the rhetorical differences c) I believe that David Cameron is closer to a Hurd than a Blair — I suspect that we'll be quite practical (Iran is very difficult, but I suspect that we'll take our lead from America)
POLITICS

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