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Old Today, 08:26 AM
 
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A loser why? I canít say that I feel like that just that she holds that against me that I owe her
Well owing $950 to someone is a place to start. Borrowing from a partner would make me feel like I did not have my **** together. Borrowing from someone "crazy" would make me question my judgement.
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Old Today, 08:26 AM
 
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I was not unemployed when I met her we met through work I had a job stable I left job cause work was was a strain on me to much work
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Old Today, 08:27 AM
 
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I was not unemployed when I met her we met through work I had a job stable I left job cause work was was a strain on me to much work
Yah. That's why they call it "work", and why they pay you for it.
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Old Today, 08:29 AM
 
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I have already cut her out life for good Iíve blocked her every where and told her Iíll work on her money
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Old Today, 08:33 AM
 
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Borrowing money doesn't make you a loser, just pay what you can until you finish. At the save time, however, you don't deserved to be harassed or otherwise have someone forcibly entering your daily life. If she truly is unstable, be careful.
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Old Today, 08:37 AM
 
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I left job cause work was was a strain on me to much work
You do understand the concept of "work", don't you? Nobody is going to pay you for sitting around on your butt all day doing nothing. Work is work. Most people don't like to work and have a lot of work to do at work, but they suck it up and do it for the paycheck. That's life, kiddo.

If you already blocked her from contacting you and you still owe her money, No Wonder she was standing outside your house trying to get your attention! She doesn't want YOU she wants HER MONEY. That doesn't make her crazy, it makes her determined to get her money back, probably because she knows you're thinking of not paying her. So get her her money and get a job.
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Old Today, 08:38 AM
 
Location: Brentwood, Tennessee
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I left job cause work was was a strain on me to much work
Not a smart move.

You can't quit while you owe someone that much money. You know what else is a strain? Giving someone who you think loves you almost a thousand dollars and not knowing if they are going to pay you back. And then that person quits their job.

Make resolving that debt your #1 priority. You shouldn't do anything else until you pay her back.
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Old Today, 08:39 AM
 
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$950 is a LOT of money. I feel for this so-called crazy ex-girlfriend. Hope she learns.
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Old Today, 08:41 AM
 
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I would kindly ask how some would have reacted if a poster came here and said her crazy exboyfriend, whom she blocked contact, was showing up unexpected asking for money she borrowed while they were together. I imagine the first thing said (probably correctly) would be he's using it as an excuse to enter your space and harass.
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Old Today, 08:43 AM
 
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You do understand the concept of "work", don't you? Nobody is going to pay you for sitting around on your butt all day doing nothing. Work is work. Most people don't like to work and have a lot of work to do at work, but they suck it up and do it for the paycheck. That's life, kiddo.

If you already blocked her from contacting you and you still owe her money, No Wonder she was standing outside your house trying to get your attention! She doesn't want YOU she wants HER MONEY. That doesn't make her crazy, it makes her determined to get her money back, probably because she knows you're thinking of not paying her. So get her her money and get a job.
I never said she was standing outside my house I said to her that I was 80% sure sheís one of those girls that do that cause she has trouble letting go when someone wants to leave a relationship the calling the texting numerous times showed me that
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