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My friend and I aren't speaking anymore and I lent her around roughly US$150 (which is almost TT$1000) at the ending of October. Usually I won't ask people back for the money I lent them (unless it's a large sum) but I decided it was unfair for her to insult and embarrass me and still keep my money. I texted her asking about it and she gave me a sad story (as usual) about being in debt and she can only give me a small portion at the end of the month etc.. I'm soft hearted and I am tempted to tell her to forget about it.. But she's out partying every weekend :S
MaryJane20 MaryJane20 22-25, F 11 Answers Jan 17, 2013 in Parenting & Family

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Hellz naw ***** payup

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Pay upp

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Sometime it best to just walk away

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details added :)

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Is it worth the effort? Or can you let that go and look forward?

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I don't plan on pestering her about it.. I just think it's unfair to have a 2 year old, party every friday and saturday, spend money on alcohol and then complain about being in debt and not having enough money for your kid. I don't want to make anyone's life harder but there were times when we were okay and I lent her money and I told her she didn't have to pay me back (not all the time).. I'm not in dire need of the money but these days every little bit helps

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I understand, that would **** me off too, but it's time to walk, and let it go. Forget her, live now

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Got to know the whole story first

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I added the details

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well that is what friends are for

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Depends on how much & why you would want to do that ??

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Details added

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Id be generous by taking it back in small amounts over time even though it may seem like to much hassle - Id rather do that then give it to a charity, something that really does need your money

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