Enrolled in a class. Everyone was supposed to buy the same costumes.
Suddenly someone says it's too pricey. Now the whole idea is being scrapped because of that.
I think she has a right to say she finds it expensive, but the difference is barely 10-15 bucks. Would it be so awful for her to just go with it this one time?
Most Helpful Guy
yeah, something is up, someone else could have covered the difference right?
maybe that is what you need.0
Most Helpful Girl
Well if she doesn't have the money, or doesn't want to spend money on a costume, that's her right. What's stopping everyone else from getting the costume, is what I'm wondering?
I think this is sort of a petty example and reading the title, I expected something more. For instance, at my school, in my class, people are skipping class left and right. It's affecting the rest of the class right now because we're working on a big group project together. And it means that whenever someone decides to not show up, someone else has to do their work. So we, the people who actually take our education seriously, end up having to do twice, or even thrice, as much work. THAT is selfish of the people who skip class, in my opinion.
Not wanting to spend money on a costume isn't even close to being selfish. You guys could do it without her if she doesn't want to.0
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