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    if YOU can't afford to pay for another baby?! isn't she the one who was collecting handouts? THE NERVE!!
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    Just wow, some people just must believe the world literally revolves around them, I would be thrill if i was PG the same time as good friend, even if I had loaned out some of my things, and on the other side of it i would want to return them since she is my friend and knwo she needs them. of corse some kind of share could have been arranged. Geez.

    I have very few friends in real life anymore because they were are always stomping on someone else, or just being plan rude,lying, steeling gosh.

    I just said good by to an old friend again because it is always about her, and I was going through heck and all she wanted to do is tell me about how great things are for her. no one needs friends like that. instead of checking on me to make sure i was ok, she was too busy sending me awful text telling me to stop ignoring her phone calls, and to call her when i was done ignoring her.
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    Wonder if you could record a conversation with her that has her stating that she won't return the stuff. Would that be evidence enough that it's yours in the first place?!

    Or, maybe send her an email stating how you are sad that the friendship you valued has come to this, etc. and see if she responds to your email. Tell her very specifically that you lent the items and did not "gift" them and your sorry if there was some confusion regarding this matter, but that you truly hope you can resolve this matter. If she responds saying that she won't return it, etc, maybe that would be evidence enough for the police to become involved? I would be sure to include a list of the items you "lent" so that there is no discrepancy later on regarding what should be returned; assuming you get that lucky Careful with the tone, you want to stand firm, but leave enough wiggle room that she may actually reply -- sorta leave the window/door open versus just telling her off -- you can do that under your breath or to us of course!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristaM View Post
    Wonder if you could record a conversation with her that has her stating that she won't return the stuff. Would that be evidence enough that it's yours in the first place?!

    Or, maybe send her an email stating how you are sad that the friendship you valued has come to this, etc. and see if she responds to your email. Tell her very specifically that you lent the items and did not "gift" them and your sorry if there was some confusion regarding this matter, but that you truly hope you can resolve this matter. If she responds saying that she won't return it, etc, maybe that would be evidence enough for the police to become involved? I would be sure to include a list of the items you "lent" so that there is no discrepancy later on regarding what should be returned; assuming you get that lucky Careful with the tone, you want to stand firm, but leave enough wiggle room that she may actually reply -- sorta leave the window/door open versus just telling her off -- you can do that under your breath or to us of course!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Momma 1991 View Post
    You need serial or id numbers.
    Did you happen to register any items with the manufacturers? I registered all our bigger items in case of recalls and sometimes you can access the record of your purchase that way.
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