This Is, A Slick Way, Of Asking, For Money

@TLilly15 (1530)
Newport News, Virginia
April 1, 2016 3:19pm CST
I had called this man, that is a good friend of mine, we were talking and he was saying, he has a lot of mileage on his car, he sound like he was fussing about, having all this mileage on his car, and then he changes the subject, to saying he has to go to the library, to check is account on online, this is the same man that talks against the internet, then he asked me did I have, any where to go today, I told him no I picked up right then, that he wanted to take me somewhere, to get gas money out of me, well when I have to go somewhere, I take the bus, I don't need anyone to offer me, a ride that is trying to get money out of me, than later on put me down, because you won't get any money out of me.
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@brokenbee (7942)
• Philippines
1 Apr 16
Hmm yes there are people like that. And what's worse is that, some people will ignore you after they got what they want.
@TLilly15 (1530)
• Newport News, Virginia
1 Apr 16
well this person won't, get any money from me sorry.
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@miniam (9235)
• Bern, Switzerland
1 Apr 16
He should have just asked you outright,it could have been much better,you say yes or no than him talking indirectly
@TLilly15 (1530)
• Newport News, Virginia
1 Apr 16
we are good friends, but I don't like the fact, when people try to find a, slick way to try, and get money out of me, I don't roll like that.
@LadyDuck (170050)
• Switzerland
3 Apr 16
How rude of him to try to bring you somewhere just to have gas paid by you.