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post #16 of 380
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Originally Posted by acidboy View Post
what kind of benz does he lease?

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post #17 of 380
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Originally Posted by Saltricks View Post
I have this friend who is the definition of gawdy. He wears versace shirts, true religion jeans, and lacoste sneakers. He leases a new Benz every year or two. He always wants to eat at fancy restaurants and bars.
tell him, "sheeeeit, everyone knows true ballaz wear 7FAM"
post #18 of 380
He won't change. That is his chosen path. Find new friends.
post #19 of 380
Whats wrong with Versace shirts?
post #20 of 380
if you known em for a while he should respect your opinion keep it real with em'
post #21 of 380
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Originally Posted by HRoi View Post
tell him, "sheeeeit, everyone knows true ballaz wear 7FAM"

Apparently 7FAM has dropped their price point to around $170, and are perpetually on sale. I don't think they'd be the first choice for the hood rich.
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Originally Posted by Kyoung05 View Post
Well, if you've known him for that long, just be blunt about it. Tell him flat out that he's a poser, comes off as a douche, and that you're embarrassed to be around him when he's acting that way. If he has fully formed frontal lobes, he should be able to take some constructive criticism.

+1

Honestly I don't think I could hang out with a 'friend" who could steal from me and thats exactly what he did when he took the "tip" money you and the other guy left.
post #23 of 380
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Whats wrong with Versace shirts?

if i was you, i'd get right on this guy's ebay information and start spamming asap.
post #24 of 380
give him a nice white belt on his birthday, and maybe season 1 of jersey shore.
post #25 of 380
I had a friend like that. Now I have other friends.
post #26 of 380
WTF is this even worth consideration? Phase him out of ur friend circle.
post #27 of 380
The moment he stole your money, i.e. the tip money, he is no longer your friend. Friends do not do that to other friends.
post #28 of 380
Try hitting him.
post #29 of 380
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post
what type of benz does he lease
e350 coupe I think? It's 2 years old I think.

Anyway, the stealing thing...my other friend gave up on him after that, but I think he deserves a second chance. When I talk to him, I think a lot of his problems stem from lack of self esteem (duh), but he has this ability to block logic from his brain like a fat guy at the cool jock's pool party. He's flirting with the point of no return, however, which is why I am trying to set him on the right path before he's lost forever.
post #30 of 380
He STOLE from you. End of story... and it's not like you guys are 11 or something.
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