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Old Today, 08:44 AM
 
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I would kindly ask how some would have reacted if a poster came here and said get 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 as an excuse to enter your space and harass.
Not me. Starting with there is not an ice cube's chance in hell I would borrow $950 from a boyfriend, I sure would not quit my job because it was toooo haaaard without having another one. Thus my responding to the how would I fell question the way I did. There is one and only one priority for this poster. Pay The Money Back like Yesterday. This is not a gendered issue.
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Old Today, 08:45 AM
 
Location: Brentwood, Tennessee
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I would kindly ask how some would have reacted if a poster came here and said get 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.
Uh-huh.

If someone owed you a thousand dollars, the first thing you'd do is call gender war??

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Old Today, 08:46 AM
 
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$950 is a LOT of money. I feel for this so-called crazy ex-girlfriend. Hope she learns.
She got screwed over my two other exes before one for $300 and the other for $1752 when I met her she told me about what happened cause at the time I need to borrow $500 from her she was hesitate to lend me cause of what happened I told her I would write letter she could use to sue me in case
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Old Today, 08:46 AM
 
Location: Brentwood, Tennessee
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... the calling the texting numerous times showed me that
So you don't have experience with collections agencies? Because that's what they do when you owe money also.
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Old Today, 08:48 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.
Donít understand what is meant by saying this
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Old Today, 08:49 AM
 
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Uh-huh.

If someone owed you a thousand dollars, the first thing you'd do is call gender war??

No, first thing I would do is not call her/him a loser and expect he/she pay back in a reasonable time, without a bunch of calls, texts, or unannounced visits(although the latter is in question now based on subsequent OP posts).
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Old Today, 08:51 AM
 
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No, first thing I would do is not call her/him a loser and expect he/she pay back in a reasonable time, without a bunch of calls, texts, or unannounced visits(although the latter is on question now based on subsequent OP posts).
The poster asked how would you feel. I responded that I WOULD FEEL like a loser.
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Old Today, 08:52 AM
 
Location: Brentwood, Tennessee
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No, first thing I would do is not call them a loser and effect they pay back in a reasonable time, without a bunch of calls, texts, or unannounced visits(although the latter is on question now based on subsequent OP posts).
Good for you.

The OP quit his job while owning someone almost a thousand dollars. If I were in his ex's shoes, I would be concerned as well.

That poster didn't call HIM a loser. She said she would feel like a loser, which is what he asked.

My reply would be the same to a woman who did the same.
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Old Today, 08:52 AM
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Location: Pacific Northwest
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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.
Exactly. ^^^

She's not "crazy" for wanting her money back. It sounds like you're being a bit shifty by not wanting to work, and possibly hoping that she'll eventually get tired of asking for it and just go away. That's a ****** thing to do on your part.

Don't make people regret helping you out. Do the right thing and pay her back.
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Old Today, 08:52 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
Say what? *Too. I'd also put out an amber alert on your 9000 missing commas & other assorted grammar issues.

Newsflash: It's a strain on every living being to work & real men don't borrow money from random young women. Then again, they also don't quit a "job stable" because it's TOO much work...so there's that.

Good luck, new "poster".
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