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By dine and DASH our friendship - / Tuesday 2 May 2017 00:11 /
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By  Druu  |  53

Do not underestimate the power of a public shaming. Bring it up in front of mutual friends/acquaintances whenever the opportunity arises. Next time you visit his home, ask his parents if their finances are in good order, and tell them that you'd like to lend a hand if you can. Tell the story to their puzzled faces. You'll get the money -- and a decent tip as well.

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By  Druu  |  53

Do not underestimate the power of a public shaming. Bring it up in front of mutual friends/acquaintances whenever the opportunity arises. Next time you visit his home, ask his parents if their finances are in good order, and tell them that you'd like to lend a hand if you can. Tell the story to their puzzled faces. You'll get the money -- and a decent tip as well.

By  Steephx0  |  23

Did they have the impression the meal would be free because you worked there? If not, I agree with going ahead with the public shame. Post a picture of the bill and tag them saying they left something of theirs!

By  Regulate  |  21

Today, I typed out a long ass reply to this about my good friends and bad things they have done recently that makes me think I've somehow made horrible choices. FML Then I realised this isn't about me and my shit! Your friend is an asshole.

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