Supposed to be do you overpay... (assuming you have a mortgage, of course).
Massive loans, generally costing at least a hundred grand each in interest alone. I pour every spare cent I can into mine (albeit, my plan is to eventually move elsewhere).
I know one other person who overpays their mortgage by €60 per month. I think the bank let them overpay by €60 on their fixed rate term, so they just keep fixing for 5 years and overpay the €60 each month.
However, almost everyone else I know pays the minimum required, and ignores it, with the attitude being that "sure it's there forever anyway" or "it'll be gone when I'm retired". They couldn't care less if they were paying 3 times the mortgage cost in interest. They know the monthly figure and they're happy to stick with it that way.
Do you bother overpaying? Or do you care at all?