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Questions involving money, either the giving of or or the receiving of it, or how to handle money as a group.

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I'd say be honest about not being on-line all the time. These days people are implicitly expected to be on-line all the time. But this is, as any off-the-grid person can tell you, very draining indee …
answered Nov 5 '17 by Bookeater
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This is impossible to fix in a polite way, as it is inherently an impolite situation. So, being blunt either: go your separate ways during lunch. wherever he is going, you are more in the mood for …
answered Sep 18 '17 by Bookeater
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previous debts or payback means no payback is intended by the 'loaner'. Your money is lost. Don't worry about politeness. Apparently your money is theirs. And their problems are yours as well. Have … any of them helped you out? Money wise or otherwise? Reading your story I highly doubt that. The relationship therefore becomes abusive. After the first bad loan the next is actually an insult. At the …
answered Aug 28 '17 by Bookeater