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I agree with collateral, but I don't agree with charging interest to your own family.
I wouldn't do anything more than 1% annual, but still a life lesson is supposed to help you get in touch with the real world. Banks/lenders charge interest. Credit cards rake you over the coals with interest, as do payday loan places and title pawn places. I'm assuming that this is my hypothetical kid's first time with financial freedom and they didn't learn anything from me at all (not that I wouldn't try to teach them) before they got themselves in trouble. The main rule I try to follow here though is never get involved with family/friends when it comes to business or money. It can work out fantastically, but the odds are forever Not in your favor in regards to continuing the same relationship or not falling out completely.
Okay- 1% is fine, I guess.
But I have had financial dealings with family before with no issues. The most I have borrowed was $4,800 and I paid it all back.
Why would you support anyone doing things to their detriment? That's insane.
i can't vote because there is no in between answer
Similar story with me. Happens frequently.
This is why I refused to take any money from my parents for college. Because at any time if I pissed them off they could have chosen to stop paying, and therefore I would have to drop out. NOT worth it!
So you basically want a naiive princess if a girl and a rebellious son. Cool. Let me know how that goes.
Oh no you have no idea how wrong you are there
Your assuming you know something being human your just a bit pathetic 😂
Dude. you are 36 and arrogant like a child. you have zero reason to laugh. I was serious, but if you can't take criticism, perhaps stay offline. I know kids rasied the way you suggest. I know the parents. Not good situations. I wonder with your bias, if I was a girl, you'd react more respectfully. Sounds a bit simpy to me.
You want to assume and be taken seriously do you have a small dick and try and want a girl pretend she's liking it too?
Hey dude, listen, if you're stressed and going through stuff, I get it OK? No need for hostility. Ill help a brother out. Here: www.walmart.com/.../1005862_1091866_1224834https://www.therapists.com/https://weed.com/www.goodtherapy.org/.../midlife-crisis
Even if it was really real I assume you would not even know, the shadows
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How do you close that portel it spits out shadows into the dark places you know
Dude. Talk to me when you're sober. Mmk?
Dude go away you stupid or something 😂 I don't want to talk to you I couldn't care I hope the shadows consume your mind to feed of your pathetic soul, hope you feel it now
Just one time I don't block just to see how right I always am
Before this turned into a doodoo-flinging match, I was in agreement with errorgoodnameunfound.
Yea well assuming gets people guts spilt in offence if it
And really can guys just fuck off no idea wtf go away
Huh. That's exactly what my dad always told me. Now he's fretting because I'm 10x more frugal than him, enough so that he will not be getting grandkids from his only son, which I know in his mind is heartbreaking.
@errorgoodnameunfound Because that's the reality. You could add that they should give you an education too, but legally they don't have to. At best, I'd say that you should give your kids an education, and a life without needs. But all the stuff like funding anything they want or accepting everything they do is a mistake, that only makes spoiled kids who will think that it's normal to give them everything they demand.
I get where you're coming from, but kids don't have to be spoiled in order to be loved. Giving only "basic nessecities"and nothing else, like a phone or education spells huge family rifts. I saw it myself. Pretty sure my dad has huge regrets about that former mentality.