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Based on a recent news article, here's a scenario for you. Assuming you're a bit stupid because you have a well meaning heart.95 posts and 53 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
Say, you're looking to buy a new laptop, because you actually have money somehow.
You convey to your friend you hope to fetch a good price on your old laptop.
Your friend confesses he is in desperate need of a new laptop but he's low on cash and you decide to like give it for a very friendly price and a promise to buy you a drink sometimes.
However, shortly after this and you handing over the laptop, you find your friend has put the laptop on an online auction at full price.
Do you ever think you let it come that far?
How do you respond?
Do you think you can remain friends afterwards?
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Sleep tight good kitty
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This is pretty much how I'd go about it. Though, I'd make it pretty clear I want him to be up front next time, if it was a good reason.
Otherwise, nah, friend no longer.