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by Dawn Summers on Thursday, January 29th, 2009 at 2:52 am and is filed under Personal.
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I would loan you my Hatful of Hollow cd so you could get this song free for your ipod but unfortunately I loaned it out to someone who never returned it. I do, however, have tons of other Smith (and Morrissey) cds that you can borrow*.
*obviously I haven’t learned my previous cd-loaning mistake.
Don’t loan anything to anyone, unless you don’t expect (want?) it to be returned.
I “loaned” a copy of Slouching to Gomorrah to a lib member of my H.S. debate team, which he never returned after being accepted at Harvard.
I let my older brother “borrow” my copy of Claudius the God, which he gave to his current roommate.
I gave him a copy of one of the LOTR books, which I only remembered after I saw it in his book case a year or so later. Not that it matters, I’ve never read anything by Tolkien, but it still chafed that he couldn’t just say “I want your book, could you please give it to me?”
The only thing he’s ever returned, in fact, was my Dead Kennedys CD, which was unplayable by the time it was returned to me.