Monday, February 13, 2012

#!%@ !!

Worst day ever I have a headache.
I just finished up at the gym - It felt so good to get all of my frustrations out - It actually helped me on the treadmill and with lifting weights!

The way that some people can act really can confuse the hek out of me! Ive had such a sh*t day no words can describe. Someone borrowed a significant amount of $ from me over 5 weeks ago and has made no attempt to pay it back, return my calls or any type of communication! I spent half of today trying to get in contact with them, and when I get I get petty excuses as to how the money must of gotten lost via bank transfer? Dont lie to me and then try and defend why you haven't been in contact. I have the biggest headache and am so angry with them its beyond funny. I told D today next time someone asks me for something to remind me to say no. I have this habit of being too nice for my own good.

This was how I felt a few hours ago!

Isnt it funny how Money can be such a huge thing that can come between people? Have you ever been in a similar situation and if so what'd you do?


  1. That sounds horrible! Someone close to me previously lent quite a lot of money to a friend and they never paid it's been years now. I hope that you'll be able to resolve your problem quickly and that you have a better day tomorrow! x

  2. I am in a situation just like that right now! I find the best way is to not get angry, but to guilt trip the living hell out of them.... but even that hasn't worked so really, I have no solution.

    When you do find a solution please share it! xx

  3. Sometimes the best thing to do is take your frustration out on a piece of equipment at the gym! :)
    Hope your day gets better, dear!

  4. Wow, just keep chasing your money, then scrap the person! That's terrible! No more lending money out I say... Real friends will go out of their way to make sure they get it back to you! x

  5. It feels so good taking your anger out at the gym! I do that all the time!

  6. Yep! Been in that situation a number of times. Stupidly enough, twice with the same person! Let me tell you, it was a lesson learnt.

    I just bugged and bugged, kept calling, texting and generally being a pain in the ass until they realised I wasn't going to go away. I asked for a receipt or a copy of the bank transfer screen, or failing that, cash in hand would do. It's your money, and you have every right to get it back.

    It makes me sad, because all you try to do is be generous, giving, and trusting. And then people like that break your trust, and ruin it for everyone!

  7. I have heard of this happening so many times with friends, and I just don't know how people can behave like that... I pay back money immediately, and feel super guilty about borrowing in the first place!