Well my sister 'borrowed' my last £2 because she didn't have any change for the bus and she didn't give it back last night. Would it be wrong to ask for it back? Neither of us work but somehow she always finds the money to party every weekend (she's 17, and I'm 18, so my parents give it to her). I can't afford to go out, I'm majorly poor - and haven't for a while.
Anyway, I am on a gap year and I don't have any way to get money and my parents don't give me any money - the small amount of change I would have on me I spend it on a bar of chocolate or something. I'm not complaining about that fact, I live in the countryside and there are no jobs. My parents shouldn't really have to support me, and they do with food and accomodation. I am moving next month so I'm trying to rectify the fact that I'm so dependent on them at the moment.
So yeah, would it be wrong to ask for my £2 back? It's literally all I had and I'm craving for a can of coke and a bar of chocolate.
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- Thread Starter
- 27-01-2010 16:24
- 27-01-2010 16:56
- 27-01-2010 17:02
- 27-01-2010 18:00
Is this a trick question?