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  • Should He or Shouldn't He????

    8 posts, 5 voices, 542 views, started Jun 20, 2010

    Posted on Sunday, June 20, 2010 by Denise Richardson




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      Hi ladies, ok here is the scenario: Rememeber my friend I just got reunited with? The one whose wife left him. Ok since he has been back here up North he has been trying really hard to get it together. Ok his mom took on the responsibility of seeing after one of her neice's whose parents are deceased, but here's the thing this woman and I do mean woman is 40+ years old, she has been hospitalized for four months, I don't know all of her circumstances but here is the thing since she has been in the hospital and my friend has been back home since April, he has been driving her car. He just started working a little job not making much being paid under the table. Ok well she had the nerve to ask him to pay her car note, now mind you before he got the car her boyfriend had it and my friend got the car from him, so is it fair that she feels he should pay her car note? She has since came home from the hospital and is acting like a pure Bit**! Like everyone owes her something, I feel he shouldn't have to pay seeing he did the up keep on the car (ex: oil changes, tires, washing it and keeping it up), and if anyone should have to, it should be his mother she is the one that took on the responsibility of wanting to care for her and her affairs.






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