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Chris Owe Me $72.00
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    • youd have to catch me dead to borrow $72
      tewps 30 jul
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    • Don't lend money that you arent prepared to lose, especially to friends
      Oomer 30 jul
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    • I have a friend who owes me $600 from last year, how do I bring that up?
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    • Jokes on him. I never lend people money. Either I know you well enough to not feel bad about spending money on you or you can fuck off witchyo poor ass
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    • Whenever I lend my buds a few bucks I let it slide since I’m never hurting for cash, but the few times I don’t have any on me and need to borrow some these dudes turn into real jews about it.
      Ravuhn 30 jul
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    • I just put it in notes, if your friend asks to borrow 100$ then you cover them but just remember they said borrow and thus you should expect to be paid back, nothing wrong with making a note
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    • I don’t borrow, and when I lend, I don’t care the moment it leaves my hand. I don’t give money to someone I wouldn’t give a gift to. And if it’s a gift I don’t want it back.
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    • The type of person who constantly brings up that you owe them money is so annoying
      Dynhsrus 30 jul
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    • Luv u :3
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    • Every homeless person owes me money
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    • I don’t let people borrow money they they don’t have or that I can’t afford to lose. If I know they’re able to pay it back quickly, then I’ll lend it. If I can’t afford to live without that money regardless if they’ll give it back, I’m not lending it to them
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    • What the fuck kinda emoji is that
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    • I never lend money
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    • I had the reputation of the kid that always played around in school but everyone knew that when I came to money I could be trusted. I don’t play around with that shit
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    • I hate lending money and doing work for friends. I did my friends brakes the other day and he started telling me he was in a tight spot so I said fuck it give me twenty for gas and he said he give it to me yesterday when he gets paid. He didn’t pay me and I saw him on snap flexxing a new tattoo
      x_mex 30 jul
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    • People that lend money often are looking for trouble
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    • Jesus Paid a Debt He Didn't Owe Because We Owed a Debt We Couldn't Pay
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    • Ha! I'll never have this problem because I dont have friends!
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    • Anyone who seriously uses “🥴” is autistic
      bwaggz 31 jul
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    • I dont even let them borrow change from me
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    • They’ll still never pay it back
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    • For me to lend out 72 dollars not gonna happen not even my best friend would lend me that money fuck that.
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    • Don’t give what your not willing to lose.
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    • Nick Owes Me 1,500 For Real Nick It's Been Two Years
      derped2 31 jul
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    • they cut the $600 & now i’m goin bacc to work
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    • LOL OK BRB
      kanep0e 30 jul
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    • Looks like i gotta skip town again...
      THUNT 30 jul
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    • You must have a lotta friends
      clg1199 30 jul
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    • And they still wont pay you. That's why you gotta charge interest
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    • I change my alarm clock notification to say who owes me what
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    • This is what my childhood jewish friend would do
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    • The IRS owes me about $1700
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    • I just let it go after a week and then never lend to them again tbh. But then again I’m not petty
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    • I never lend my friends money. Usually we wind up fighting over who's treating whom, because one of us is trying to be the good host and the other is trying to be the unimposing or generous guest. Eventually, whoever doesn't pay always half jokingly swears we'll buy for the other next time whether…
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    • A cool life hack is to randomly set money that a person doesn’t even owe you in the contact, that way they’ll have to pay it to you. It’s my favorite money glitch.
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    • Ayyyee my "friend" owes me $75 and decided to unfriend me before he will pay fucking $75
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    • What idiot lends someone $72
      Rdforzer 30 jul
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    • De_gato 2 aug
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    • I got a dude who owes me $2100. I've just come to terms that I'll never see a cent of it.
      Grada 1 aug
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    • Owe my homie like $5 for some lunch one time and he moved off to college. I still havnt forgotten it. Ik it’s $5 but still dawg.
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    • i used to work at a gas station with my grandma and she quit her job but she would be the one to give my money (i’m 15) and she still owes me $300 from months ago
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    • Autauga 30 jul
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    • My god Chris is really lackin
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    • what a bitch nigga
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    • How about we all realize when we give $1000 or less just give it as a gift and assume they won’t pay you back. It’ll just put a fork between your relationship. If it’s like $1500 or $2000 then that’s a loan my boi. Get that shit in writing with monthly installments.
      bman26 31 jul
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    • "Mother owes me over 2K"
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    • I can sleep knowing nobody owes me a penny because i would never lend money
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    • That’s why I’ll never let my friends borrow money. If they get mad I’d rather lose the friend and still be with my dough. If I see they don’t get mad then I’ll consider letting them borrow
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    • Stoners or some shi
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    • Ok?
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    • I just dont let people borrow money from me.
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    • Must not have enough room to be grammatically correct.
      MrWendel 2 aug
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    • I would never let anyone borrow that kind of money unless it was someone I genuinely trusted?? My friend of 10+ years is the only person I’d trust like that, and have, and they’ve given it back before I asked :/
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    • Hey retard dont give money to people who you wouldnt trust to give you money in a pinch. People out there be handing out loans like they are a bank then get pissed when their gf who they have been dating for two weeks cant give you back that $600 in rent she “borrowed till she could get on her feet”
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    • Bruh that fucking battery
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    • asshole
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    • Nice
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    • Damn, broke people be like......
      geexd125 2 aug
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    • If they can't remember that they owe you money they dont respect you as a person or a friend and you should drop them.
      EDM4life 2 aug
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    • I would never give anyone more then 4 dollars ever
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    • Broke ass bitch
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    • You on 1% charge?
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    • Don’t loan to friends. Notarize a contract of the amount plus interest.
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    • Don’t ever lend money. Proof. Either give or say no. Otherwise, you risk ruining a friendship
      iDuel 1 aug
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    • I never lend money unless I'm expecting to not get paid back
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    • I don't loan money. I either give it, or find something they can sell me.
      geoys 1 aug
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    • Hate to say this but. The fastest way to lose a friend is to lend him/her money
      hyperjay 1 aug
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    • Wtf did Chris need so much money for
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    • Honestly, as soon as the money leaves my hand it's not mine anymore. If they say they will lay back I'll let them, I won't get on them about it doe. They pay back whenever they can. Even if it takes 12-however many months.
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    • Learning lessons the hard way is the best way for me, lost 400$ and a friend
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    • The way I do it is I don’t lend people anything I wouldn’t give them. So like lunch? On me, mortgage payment? Nah
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    • That many people owe you money?
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    • That is actually very smart
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    • Mans battery’s at 1&
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    • I offered my work friend a couple months ago $900 bc he needed a new truck. Im not rich at all. I make $10 an hour. Stop being greedy people.
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    • When people owe me any amount under 100 I forgive the debt of they haven’t paid me back after a month
      KingKeeb 1 aug
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    • I owe a friend $40 but he refuses to take it from me. Even tho I told him I would pay him back once I got a job.
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    • I don’t lend. If someone needs money I just expect to never get that back. If I get paid back that’s great. But if I don’t I’m not mad.
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    • Just dont lend money to people.
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    • Lend money to a friend, lose money and the friend
      WetMouse 1 aug
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    • When people owe me money, I give them time to financially recover from whatever they needed. I did it to help, not to indebt them.
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    • Bruh if you worried about $72 you got bigger issues. Fuck I work a barely paying job and still I wouldn’t hound someone for that
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    • Send them Apple Pay invoices lol
      gay_dood 1 aug
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    • Someone owes me $10,900 and they haven’t given it back yet, boutta start adding interest to it
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    • I will loan whatever is needed but if I don’t get it back when I said I’d need it back, Then I don’t EVER give them any money, simple
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    • That’s smart
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    • I hate it when people use that emoji
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    • Experience > Money. I can careless about getting paid back, my dad always told me. I’ll buy you anything but you better give me a good enough reason why you need it. Kept me humble
      Pearlsky 1 aug
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    • Not without a fuckin contract
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    • That's petty but honestly smart.
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    • I don't lend. I don't borrow. I give.
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    • Y'all dont lend money to people unless you're ok with never seeing it again. I always tell people dont worry about paying me back when I give them money
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    • Awfully petty with the change aren’t we?
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    • Definition of petty? Give money don’t loan it.
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    • I know it can be hard to say no to friends, but do it. It’s not worth hounding them for months over it.
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    • Chris, you owe Picasso 72 bucks
      hi12023 31 jul
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    • I don’t like to borrow money but if I do it’s the first thing I pay back when I get paid
      DealWidIt 31 jul
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    • No true friend asks for money
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