At 1/22/12 12:00 PM, Rahmemhotep wrote:
Don't you hate it when other people have your money and they won't talk to you?
Well that still better than they borrow your money every week and just for smoking joins instead of meds for their sickness.
At 1/22/12 02:21 PM, aDeafBat wrote:
It's a shame to think that helping your friends may ultimately ruin your friendship.
Um... so what's your definition of 'friendship' then? It's useless to stay with people who pretend to be your friends, but stab in your back at the end.
I bailed one of my friends out of jail for 400 dollars, then sat at the police dept waiting for nearly 5 hours while they took their sweet ass time. Once he was released, I took him to my house and we hung out for a few hours and then he went home.. After that, I haven't heard from him again. I tried calling him, going to his house where he would just lock the door on me. Messaged him on the internet, and he would just sign off or block me.
I think he felt guilty for his acts, and he just couldn't confront you that he owns you. Just keep contacting him sometime, talk him out and tell him that you do it for your friendship. Don't stop doing it until you get any reply. Don't pull the 'owning' and money shit out because if you do(did), it's totally your faults on this.
I did exactly the same thing as I described above. I involved some bloody fight with people and got jailed for injuring others. My girlfriend bailed me out after 8 hours. I was so ashamed to even look at her face and I ran away from her when we finally got out of police station. I didn't even bother going to college lectures, I was so afraid to see her. But she kept coming to my apartment so I had to confront her...
I also gave another friend 100 dollars to tow his car. Same crap happened.
You are a too good guy. :)
I've had "friends" ignore me over a measly 10 dollars that I didn't even want from them.
>.> People are so pussy nowadays...