What do I say to my New Roomate who keeps asking to borrow money?

Answers:2   |   LastUpdateAt:2012-09-30 23:46:02  

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Neha-sen
Asked at 2012-09-23 09:28:03
I rent a room in a house in the village where I am working in a temporary job . MedlinePlus I've been out of work for several months , so I'm trying to get caught up on my bills . Two weeks ago , a new individual rented another room in the house and within a week began borrowing small amounts of money here and there. At first I did not care , but it seems that is becoming commonplace. The loan of $ 20 for gas , then $ 20 for the meal. But then he quickly buys beer ! He has a job , but mine pays more than his. However, because I'm spending most of my money on getting caught up on bills , the $ 20 here and there that borrows embarrasses me to buy enough food and gas for me ! He seems to be a good speaker and manipulative little. If I can not afford to give $ , wonder why? So if he says he can not buy enough food and gas for myself , then he says he'll make dinner . But he said he had a friend in the store that you 're going to steal the food! I do not want to eat their food stolen and also I am very busy and usually eat at fast food places anyway. If only I say that I'm not paying more money out of hand I think this will make the situation uncomfortable living . I will most likely leave as soon as my finances are in order , because the house is in a bad neighborhood and the house also has ants and cockroaches ! MedlinePlus What should I do in the meantime , while I have to stay here?
Answer1HeidyAnswered at 2012-09-30 00:50:03
keep asking him to return the money .
Answer2FrederickAnswered at 2012-09-30 23:46:02
Tell them to buzz off and spend your own money .
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