DH as a good job and I stay home with our daughter. We have the normal bills everyone else has. Our house is average and our newest car is a 2004 Saturn. We rarely go out and we dress very casual usually in just a t-shirt and jeans. Somehow everyone thinks we have money to spare.
I was going to buy an advanced showing movie ticket and a friend who also wants to go texted me with "you can buy my ticket." Gee...thanks. Another friend wanted a special DVD McDonald's is selling and she asked me to buy it for her (she lives outside the area). I did and told her she owes me $10 for it and the shipping and she said she would "pay me when she got the money." Wonderful...
And these were just within the past week!! I told them both I needed reimbursed ASAP because we are low on cash, but I don't think it'll end. How can I tell them to stop without sounding like a b*tch?
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