By GillyPirate - 10/11/2009 23:04 - United States
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Nah I work already thanks. I live in England where you pay monthly, I've already explained twice but my comments have been taken down- She's had six months, she has money, she has a job, pretty sure she can move back, end of story. You can "suspect" I'm 14 or 15 and have yet to work but I'm afraid you'd be wrong, only in America aye?
1. I don't know or care how the American systemon housing works. But in England, if I were to get a job I could move to an apartment or something and pay monthly therefore ending the whole paycheck problem. 2. I would assume she does have a job but if not- 2 options- loan from mother, loan from bank to tide her over whilst she sorts it out. I really don't see why you people make out like there is never a way, it's not hard if you think about it.
It's called typos not knowing how to spell. I have an A Level in English so yeah, p.s STFU. "stop talking trash about a situation you don't actually know everything about. you don't even live in america so stop acting like you know everything." Trash? I posted a comment and I got called out, now you're trying to gang up on me and yet you know I'm talking sense so you have no arguement. Oh and yeah-your grasp of Grammar is obviously far superior to mine, "don't actually know everything about" Learn to stop being an arrogant ass.
Most banks wouldnt even accept her loan request in this situation. Basically, first you have to prove you don't actually need the loan before you are granted that loan. If not, you need a co-signer, and maybe she doesn't even have someone who can do that for her. Her next probable option would be a credit card, and get interest so far up her ass, she'd be fucked for life. (Not like her life isn't already fucked up as it is.)
Screw those guys. People who wait forever to inform you about a job like that are sonsofbitches.
the irony of it all! well that sucks did you decide to take the job?