For the remainder of the night, even after she parted ways with her best friend and her best friend’s boyfriend, her best friend would not stop reminding her to pay what she owed.
Her best friend sent her multiple text messages, and one even included her boyfriend’s bank information.
Finally, her best friend picked up the phone and called her. Her best friend stated that if her boyfriend didn’t get his money back in the a.m., she would be paying him back, and then she would owe her best friend the money.
“I thought it wasn’t a good idea because he is more financially stable than her, and I would just have to wait a week max to pay him back,” she said. “Mind you, when all of this was happening, he was begging me not to pay him back, or if I did, he said he didn’t mind it if it was a bit late; he said it wasn’t anything much to him at all.”
“When I said no, I will pay him back when I have the money, she started yelling at me, telling me I am embarrassing her and that she needs to protect his fortune, which she can’t do if I make him pay for my drinks. I got annoyed, took money out of my savings, and sent it to him, but she is still giving me the cold shoulder.”
She’s left wondering if she was somehow wrong for asking for more time to get the money together. What do you think?
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