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Mar 22, 2021 11:45 AM CST Borrowing
I have heard Filipino women borrow the money more than any other in the world
Is it true ?

What about the people in your community / Country ?
Mar 22, 2021 12:04 PM CST Borrowing
ali110: I have heard Filipino women borrow the money more than any other in the world
Is it true ?

What about the people in your community / Country ?
How much can you lend me?
Mar 22, 2021 12:55 PM CST Borrowing
Bnaughty: How much can you lend me?
You are in spain laugh
Mar 22, 2021 1:07 PM CST Borrowing
tomcatty
tomcattytomcattyocean city plymouth, Devon, England UK325 Threads 3 Polls 6,864 Posts
ali110: You are in spain
He's an ex-pat, they are always scrounging for a cup of coffeelaugh
Mar 22, 2021 1:16 PM CST Borrowing
tomcatty: He's an ex-pat, they are always scrounging for a cup of coffee
that's why Spanish women are looking for men in other countries rolling on the floor laughing wave
Mar 22, 2021 2:35 PM CST Borrowing
"I have heard Filipino women borrow the money more than any other in the world
Is it true ?"


That is the SHORTEST way to be on the enemy train. banana
Mar 22, 2021 3:09 PM CST Borrowing
ali110: I have heard Filipino women borrow the money more than any other in the world
Is it true ?

What about the people in your community / Country ?
This community (Coos Bay) doesn’t seem to be really keen on lending and borrowing. Personally, if I know and trust the person, I’ll extend a loan. I have been known to borrow, myself, but very seldom. (It’s not necessary right now...knock wood!*) Neighbors borrowed recently, and haven’t been able to pay back everything. They’re not the kind to cheat;times ARE difficult. I guess I’d have to say it depends on the individual. Borrowing once in awhile, in my opinion, is tolerable, but making it a habit creates a problem. Remember: usually, but not always, if someone is borrowing, they are already in too deep and repayment may not occur. It’s hard right now, though, and I have enough, plus, so have decided to be kind about it and lend to known friends if I’m able. hug hi Ali ..


*if you didn’t know, saying “knock wood” means you’re blessing luck on the situation...teddybear
Mar 22, 2021 4:08 PM CST Borrowing
LaFonda: "I have heard Filipino women borrow the money more than any other in the world
Is it true ?"

That is the SHORTEST way to be on the enemy train.
Goodness ...looks like you belong to Philippine ? hole uh oh
Shorriigrin
Mar 22, 2021 4:11 PM CST Borrowing
rohaan: This community (Coos Bay) doesn’t seem to be really keen on lending and borrowing. Personally, if I know and trust the person, I’ll extend a loan. I have been known to borrow, myself, but very seldom. (It’s not necessary right now...knock wood!*) Neighbors borrowed recently, and haven’t been able to pay back everything. They’re not the kind to cheat;times ARE difficult. I guess I’d have to say it depends on the individual. Borrowing once in awhile, in my opinion, is tolerable, but making it a habit creates a problem. Remember: usually, but not always, if someone is borrowing, they are already in too deep and repayment may not occur. It’s hard right now, though, and I have enough, plus, so have decided to be kind about it and lend to known friends if I’m able. hi Ali ..


*if you didn’t know, saying “knock wood” means you’re blessing luck on the situation...
you can Trust me and extend, why don't we speak on the phone ? grin
Hi Rohaan laugh wave
Mar 28, 2021 7:23 PM CST Borrowing
I have heard Filipino women borrow the money more than any other in the world
Is it true ?
I thought they receive nice gifts a lot.


Ali- I'm a giver,not a lender
There is no bank line ...gift
Mar 28, 2021 7:52 PM CST Borrowing
rohaan: This community (Coos Bay) doesn’t seem to be really keen on lending and borrowing. Personally, if I know and trust the person, I’ll extend a loan. I have been known to borrow, myself, but very seldom. (It’s not necessary right now...knock wood!*) Neighbors borrowed recently, and haven’t been able to pay back everything. They’re not the kind to cheat;times ARE difficult. I guess I’d have to say it depends on the individual. Borrowing once in awhile, in my opinion, is tolerable, but making it a habit creates a problem. Remember: usually, but not always, if someone is borrowing, they are already in too deep and repayment may not occur. It’s hard right now, though, and I have enough, plus, so have decided to be kind about it and lend to known friends if I’m able. hi Ali ..


*if you didn’t know, saying “knock wood” means you’re blessing luck on the situation...
I always heard, that saying, knock on wood, (and actually being able to, at that moment) meant your prediction, or wish wouldn't get fouled up... If you couldn't find a real piece of wood, you were screwed tho.. Kinda similar to yours I guess... drinking
Mar 28, 2021 8:01 PM CST Borrowing
mikey4691: I always heard, that saying, knock on wood, (and actually being able to, at that moment) meant your prediction, or wish wouldn't get fouled up... If you couldn't find a real piece of wood, you were screwed tho.. Kinda similar to yours I guess...
Woody wood pecker
Mar 28, 2021 8:13 PM CST Borrowing
galrads: Woody wood pecker
Where?? I miss him on Saturday morning... grin
Mar 28, 2021 8:30 PM CST Borrowing
mikey4691: Where?? I miss him on Saturday morning...
I think he is gone too because his pecker offends woke people.
Mar 28, 2021 8:42 PM CST Borrowing
galrads: I think he is gone too because his pecker offends woke people.
rolling on the floor laughing ... Yep, probably what got him shit canned... laugh
Mar 28, 2021 9:09 PM CST Borrowing
mikey4691: I always heard, that saying, knock on wood, (and actually being able to, at that moment) meant your prediction, or wish wouldn't get fouled up... If you couldn't find a real piece of wood, you were screwed tho.. Kinda similar to yours I guess...
Sometimes idioms and such have similar, but not quite identical, meanings. “Like a hog on ice” can mean being in an unfamiliar situation ( a hussy in church..), or being blissfully absent-minded, and I’m sure other interpretations, all somewhat similar.
Mar 28, 2021 11:55 PM CST Borrowing
Silk purse out of a sow's ear and such.


I thought hog was male...like a Harley.
Mar 29, 2021 12:31 AM CST Borrowing
pat8lanips
pat8lanipspat8lanipsbabinda, Queensland Australia86 Threads 17 Polls 8,295 Posts
In general, people borrow money because they're not in a position to pay it back.
Mar 29, 2021 8:57 AM CST Borrowing
ChesneyChristonline today!
ChesneyChristonline today!ChesneyChristManchester, Greater Manchester, England UK8,638 Posts
ali110: I have heard Filipino women borrow the money more than any other in the world
Is it true ?

What about the people in your community / Country ?
Judging by my own girlfriend, it's the person who got an A in art and nothing else who borrows the most money. Not that I mind because I've been teaching her how to count, and she's been teaching me how to hold a pen.
Mar 29, 2021 6:35 PM CST Borrowing
pat8lanips: In general, people borrow money because they're not in a position to pay it back.
True that—also, it’s really common for the borrower to treat you like you’re some kind of jerk when you do ask for it back... I’m not saying we should NEVER lend, but I’m being very judicial about it. Usually they can’t (easily) pay back..sigh
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