By bubblebuttfuckfart - Ireland
Today, my aunt brought me a birthday present. I quickly figured out that she'd simply returned the jacket I let her borrow two years ago for my brother's graduation party. It reeks of cigarette smoke and alcohol. FML
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  omgalice  |  5

Personally I don't think so. In my experiences family relatives take the longest in giving shit back to you (and not in necessarily he best condition) cause apparently according to my mum 'it doesn't matter cause they're family'

By  gracehi  |  31

Reminds me of the time I let my friend borrow my car... A recently bought 1997 Jaguar nonetheless. I told him not to smoke in it. I had to call the police to get him to return it and when he did the leaping cat emblem was gone, the interior stunk of cigarettes, and he didn't even bother to discard the empty marlboro packs. Well, needless to say, I learned my lesson. I hope you learned yours.

  gracehi  |  31

If you think that's a long comment you clearly haven't been here very long. *Looks at profile* Nine comments. Just as I thought. Move along, troglodyte. Don't you have some books to not read?

  cr3ativity  |  15

A simple set of rules in life when it comes to letting people borrow your stuff.
1) if you are going to let someone borrow an item, don't expect it back. Thus, the thing you lend out, is a "gift-on-demand" for the borrower. You don't have to give your "friends" gifts anytime they want a gift.

2) based of 1, make sure you can live without what you lend out, or are comfortable with losing it entirely.

By the way gracehi, if your "friend" was a guy, then he broke bro-policies.
At the very least, he ought to have filled the tank before the police got it back.