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Congratulations on being a complete idiot, OP. You managed to drop the ball so completely that you probably should never have kids. You'll end up forgetting they're in the backseat while you're shopping at Wal-Mart and come back to some fried retards.

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I'm saying that if a trip to Europe is no big deal to you, to the point where you don't double check your information, you're probably packing a lot of money. When I took my trip to Columbia a few months back, my friends and I checked the info a number of times because it was something we were actually excited about.

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Ah I see...like the OP is someone who goes on many holidays and this one is no biggie. I get you now. I have never been abroad so I would check the ticket like a thousand times, be the 'OMG we forgot something' friend everyone hates lol

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Also, it depends what you mean by "not that expensive", too. Like, my middle class family really could not afford to buy a trip to Europe, even for one person, unless we wanted to go without food for a month or two, or we saved up for a seriously long time. Obviously, just because you can afford a trip to Europe doesn't make you rich, but to fuck it up so bad... it makes it rather more likely, since it exhibits a lack of caring.

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I don't see any particular correlation between caring and having money to burn. I compulsively double-check stuff I can easily afford all the time. Likewise, I see people being completely hands-off and stupid about stuff they can barely afford.

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I agree w/ #44.Wealth has little to do w/ OP being irresponsible.. ... wealthier individuals generally aren't careless with their money and are less willing to waste money having to buy another ticket to Europe.. you won't stay wealthy that way.

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what world do yo live in bettyboo_x? seriouosly even if someone travels coach the plane tickets alone are extremely expensive! and expecially since we are in a recession its even worse!

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#44 and #46 I agree that not all wealthy people are careless about money. it's not like a straight correlation. but would a person be such careless about a trip that cost significantly to their income? it's like one-way logical implication. being such careless implies that it's not important. being not important implies that it's insignificant. but not vice versa.

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That may be cheap relative to a flight to Europe, but I'm certainly not calling it cheap. At any rate, I would not be able to afford it, and I'm not exactly poor.

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Maybe she really is just that careless, even though it might still cost her a lot relative to her income? It is conceivable to me that she could have overlooked the month. It isn't much of a stretch for the imagination.

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HA ! One point for you... at least we prevented one dumb American from going to Europe, let the image healing begin. Although, it probably would have been better if she got stuck there, leaving less dumbasses on the road....DAMN!

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Why would you say probably fake, then "why don't people ever double check REALLY IMPORTANT pieces of information?" Even if you were being sarcastic that's practically contradicting yourself... >> Just saying... And besides, some people ARE that stupid.

By  msw52

i really hope that someone else booked the trip for you and miscommunicated the dates of the trip to you. Cause that would suck for you. But i still dont really see how you can mess something like that up

Congratulations on being a complete idiot, OP. You managed to drop the ball so completely that you probably should never have kids. You'll end up forgetting they're in the backseat while you're shopping at Wal-Mart and come back to some fried retards.

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