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  _LE4RN_  |  4

Everyobe is saying: "chase the little fucker down", when, in reality, this was hours if not days ago and the chances of him catching up, if the kid was still running (like a god), are QUITE slim.

  boydeee01  |  7

Something similar to this happened to me in high school. I was running in the gym when $40 fell out of my pocket. I turn around and see a kid picking it up. Before I get the chance to ask for the money back, the little punk shoves it down his pocket, and acts like nothing happened. I went up to him and asked for my money back. He replied with a cocky "No.". That pissed me off so fucking bad, that I tackled him, punched him in the face a few times and reclaimed my money. Of course, I was called into the assistant principle's office, but I didn't get into any kind of trouble.

  grajax  |  24

Kid could be something like 14-16 years old. At that point, the kids got more energy, probably isn't carrying groceries and can probably run just as fast.

  yuggi1  |  11

Technically, it's the kid's money now. Finders keepers law backs him up. OP lost custody of the $50 when he dropped it. You think the parents are going to punish the kid? Nah, they will probably rejoice in that their child's good luck. They became 50 bucks richer. Picking up money from the floor isn't stealing, it's fair game and I bet that's the parents' motto.

  hellbilly205  |  17

I dont get why people do this "50$" the dollar sign goes in the front of the number not the other way around...i dont care if this is thumbed down i had to say it.

  ALlamaOnFire  |  20

'cause they're saying '50 dollars you'll never see again' which looks better than '$50 you'll never see again' oh, and they can't be arsed to write out 'dollars' so they put the $ sign.

  l0v3p4in  |  7

Just hope his father isn't the same dad who beat up the coach for making his feuding daughter run laps around the gym. He may beat you for having the audacity to ask for your money back.