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Your current partner of 4 months needs £100

Your ex of 4 years really needs £200

Edit: do you lend money to either of them?

How much money do you have now?

Edit -_-: things with your current partner are going well, nothing deep yet. They want it for a new dress/suit.

Your ex was your first love but things ended brutally..you reconciled as friends and still civil to each other though. They need it to fix their car for work

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£500

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Use a calcuator
5-2-1=2
So you have £200 left
basic year 2 work

No i wouldnt lend it as that is screaming gold digger
She can ask her parents for that money :yep:
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£500 because neither lasted that long :rip::pd:

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is this a trick question?
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lol let me edit to make it clearer


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Wait. So 200+100=300
500-300=200

Is it €200 or am I doing something wrong?

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(Original post by Poetic_Justice)
Your current partner of 4 months needs £100

Your ex of 4 years really needs £200

How much money do you have now?


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£500
I don't like people who ask for money lol
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Their needs will only mean losing money if you decide you lend them some.

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If you are still good friends with your ex I think you should lend them money. 4 years is a long time.

I'd be a little more concerned about the 4 month partner, I guess I'd lend to them (you have to figure out eventually if they are trustworthy)
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Depends on where I stand with the ex and what they both need it for.

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Wouldn't give to an ex.

Would to current partner.

I'll have £400.
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Depends on where I stand with the ex and what they both need it for.

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should have thought this out more. Let me edit more details


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Wouldn't give to an ex.

Would to current partner.

I'll have £400.
Thank you for the £100 dear
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I would never give my money to some women not related to me. Either it goes to my family or charity.
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£100 to the current partner

£0 to the ex
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£200 for the ex and nothing to the current partner.
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£400. The only thing I'd lend to my ex is a pile of dog ****.
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A suit or a dress is a frivolous expense, so I wouldn't lend a partner £100 to buy one unless it was for a funeral or interview or something. I wouldn't dare dream of asking a partner for £100 to buy some new shoes or an Xbox game, so why should they would expect me to do the same? If it was a bill or something it would be very different.

If an ex asked me for money alarm bills would ring. I would give them the contact details of a credible credit union instead.
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(Original post by toonervoustotalk)
Thank you for the £100 dear
Happy to help honey shame you wouldn't return the favour
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