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08-06-2012 20:43 #261
08-06-2012 20:47 #262
I would refuse to give them back. My mum tried this sold me a junker car(bought off her as she refused to let me practice myL's in her fancy new car) I paid FULL value(even though she claims she did me a deal) then when I got my P's I sold it 4 months later and she still claims it is her car blah blah
I would say NO! once you sell something you cannot make the person give it or sell it back. IF you give in chances are she will try and take everything else(like oh "ill take your gear too.
08-06-2012 20:51 #263Senior Member
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Lmfao! Loving this thread! Sorry we are all finding you having to deal with a nut job entertaining TL.
I'm voting this one as most entertaining thread lol!
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08-06-2012 20:53 #264
Maybe you should say "funny how my baron uterus was not an issue to you when you wanted to off-load your crap in exchange for my cash"
Hope you manage to fill your uterus up soon. I'm still lol'ing from the "uterus like a clown car" comment.
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08-06-2012 20:57 #265
Tell her you brought them as is and you dont want to have them soiled!
Gosh if I sold something and I had another boy I definalty ask if I could buy back for same price!
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08-06-2012 21:08 #266
omg classic thread and your response to her was just about the best I ever read
that woman is deranged with a capital D. You pay for the items, then pay to have them cleaned but she is demanding them back for free??? I would say sure $250 thanks since I had to pay to have the crap removed from them.
08-06-2012 21:12 #267
I've read this thread and cracked up the whole time You poor things.
I would simply say if she keeps demanding/being a hassle.
"Say for example, you went to a shop and you bought something you wanted for a long time, you took it home and it was a little dusty so you had it cleaned. You then get a call from the shop assistant to say that as you aren't using what you bought, can they have it back in their store as they would like to let people use it until it no longer suits their needs. They will then clean it and give it back to you two years later. How would you feel?"
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08-06-2012 21:12 #268Senior Member
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Has she replied or do you think she's still in shock? Lol
08-06-2012 21:13 #269
has she replied yet?
08-06-2012 21:14 #270
Has she replied yet?
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