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Friend borrowed game...then sold it >:O

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Wastelander
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Re: Friend borrowed game...then sold it >:O

May 15, 2009

well sneak into his house and sell his stuff.

 

Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth. Works every time.

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May 15, 2009

i stopped letting people borrow my CD's, games and DVD's long ago.. i have never got a single one back....

 

i don't even get them back scratched up or unreadable, i just never get them back... they 'lose them' or 'they got stolen' 

 

if i hand you a CD, DVD, or game, it's because i don't give a flying **bleep** about it and i'm basicly just giving it to you... even tho you swear 'i'll bring it back'... yeah right. 

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May 15, 2009

a friend borrow metal gear 4 from me. i been trying to find him for months so he give it back. He say his ps3 got damage and the disk inside was MGS4 so the store havent return him the disk nor money. I dunno is probably bull**bleep** but i know him since kid, he always took care of my games. but people change, anyways i wont borrrow anymore to him. he also dont give back many dvds (movies)

 

 

 

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Treasure Hunter
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Re: Friend borrowed game...then sold it >:O

May 15, 2009
I would just stop talking to him all together.  It cost you the price of a game for him to be out of your life for ever.   Like on a Bronx tale when that kid owed the $20
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May 15, 2009
about the dvds well blank dvds dont cost much. if he wants a movie ill record it to him but come on dont stay with it, cuz the content its what matters. i hate that
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Re: Friend borrowed game...then sold it >:O

May 15, 2009

LordComet64 wrote:

Cyber_Abyss wrote:

well sneak into his house and sell his stuff.

 

Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth. Works every time.


He actually left his Yu Gi Oh cards (He is 17 btw) over at my house and I could have easily sold them for money because they had been over here for months but he eventually got them back. Im not evil to do that. He did give me money once to help buy a game console but he pretty much stole it from his mother. Not a bad person just a pessimistic **bleep**.

once a theif always a theif.. cut the ties before you find something missing that is expensive or can't be replaced. 

I am the architect of my own destruction.
Pain : physical suffering or distress, as due to injury, illness, etc.
In the end we're all just chalk lines on the concrete, drawn only to be washed away.
i'd rather you hate me for everything i am, then have you love me for something i can't .


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May 15, 2009
if i was you, id be in rage. i would give that kid a big beat down. dont care whats right or wrong, he **bleep**ed with your money. imo
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May 15, 2009
I had a friend that borrowed a game and then lost it. And then he proceeded to tell me that he hadn't lost the game and had returned it. It sucks.
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May 15, 2009

Kick his ass, tie him up and then sell him.

 

That'll teach him.

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