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thenutfield


Posts: 235
Joined: Nov 2007
Post: #1
30-03-2008 09:48 PM

I was born in SE20, and since then have lived (in date order) in
SE26
SE3
SE13
SE21
SE13 (again)
SE12
SE22
SE23

that makes 8 SE postcodes - can you beat that?Smile

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brian


Posts: 2,002
Joined: Apr 2005
Post: #2
31-03-2008 11:54 AM

that is amazing. If you do not mind me asking over how many years. Let face it you can only go up from SE 20.

I can only offer
SE 26
SE 23 2 separate places
Total 59 years

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hilltopgeneral


Posts: 156
Joined: Mar 2004
Post: #3
31-03-2008 02:31 PM

brian Wrote:
that is amazing. If you do not mind me asking over how many years. Let face it you can only go up from SE 20.


Unless to 2, 5 (parts), 6 (possibly), 8 (back in the day), 9 (they say, if you aren't white, or just have a horror of endless suburbia and white vans), 15 (parts), 17 or 18. And 25 is quite similar.

But - if you are bothered about such things and prepared to make inferences from postcode alone - thenutfield's trajectory is not consistently upwardly mobile, either - like 3 to 13 and 21 back to 13...

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thenutfield


Posts: 235
Joined: Nov 2007
Post: #4
31-03-2008 09:14 PM

43 years.
And hilltopgenerals inference is spot on! the postcodes sort of mirror my life events
3 to 13 - leaving home for the first time
13 to 21 - youngish, dinky (and bits of se21 were cheaper then)
21 back to 13 - woops! d.i.v.o.r.c.e. - nothing like it for reducing one's housing lifestyle!
12 to 22 - getting back on track
22 to 23 - still good, but new family now

i wonder where next - dreams of SE10 and nightmares of SE28!

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Snazy


Posts: 1,504
Joined: Jan 2008
Post: #5
31-03-2008 09:18 PM

35 years, 2 houses officially.
SE26 til 81, then SE23 til present.

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PackOfDusters


Posts: 30
Joined: Nov 2007
Post: #6
05-04-2008 04:07 PM

Nope, I can't top that. Although I've managed 7 residences in the last 8 years several of them were in the same postcode and some of those were (ahem) west of the border.
SE3 -> SW2 -> SW9 -> SW2 -> SE24 -> SE24 -> SE14 -> SE26

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Elizabeth25


Posts: 212
Joined: Mar 2005
Post: #7
05-04-2008 08:11 PM

Does SW count?

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jon14


Posts: 145
Joined: Sep 2007
Post: #8
07-04-2008 12:26 PM

How could SW count when the question is 'Am I Mr SEConfused Lonon?'

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