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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Fun Question...

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How much will I give my Friend how?Am I a money doubler?If I borrowed 200 that is what I will pay back Officially...If i wanna gift the person anything,it would be another day,so that the difference between Gift and paying back Igbese would be appreciated....



58 comments:

  1. for borrowing me, i will give her $5,000 dollars. You know tax must have finished the money before i collect am self

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    1. I'm giving the person 10 million dollars without thinking.. After all, I'll still have over 150m left regardless of how much is deducted as tax..

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    2. Hmmm... which one is how much will it give him??๐Ÿ˜•. How much did I borrow? Will give him his $200 plus any other interest we agreed on. Biko agreement is agreement. Cannor come n finish my $200 million just like dat. Pls shift๐Ÿ˜’

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    3. I borrowed $200 and will pay back $200. That's the money borrowed. Then it's now left for me to give her/him out of My winnings. What if i had borrowed the money from the bank what then. Abeg the winning money is mine not ours.

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    4. You forget to add that you will give the person foreign tea and a free ticket to watch telemundo. Lol

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    5. MonkeyNoFineTheTafiaMama12 September 2017 at 21:21

      Stella you've said it all.

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    6. I will give back $200 with at least a 10 seconds hug after which we will sit and do 2 cold bottles Of Heineken......if he comes to my house the next day, na kiri kiri get am. Is it your winning?

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  2. I would be nice enough to give the friend 5%.

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  3. He or she should manage $400. I doubled it. That should do.

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    1. If you lent your friend that amount, how much will you like to be paid/given?

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    2. Stella u lie,dis is not what u would do,u like to paint hard picture meanwhile u are so soft at heart!!!na God go bless u my sister....if u no do am like that people would take advantage of you because u too get pity mind

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  4. Will surely pay them back the money, then on a later date get them something good, or give him a good figure.

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    1. Miss Pri Pri
      Lol
      Don't tell me that you are a pretty stingy lady๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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  6. the amount I took from him






    #GOAT™

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    1. You never see money you done dey stingy.. ����������

      This is called imaginary stingy.

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  7. Stella you took the words out of my mouth. Nevertheless, the person would be eternally grateful for lending me the 200 dollars though.

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  8. To be honest,2M plus a surprise car gift๐Ÿ˜
    And Goodwill Prayers for the God-sent as long as I live๐Ÿ˜Š


    You know some people will lend u this money and u wil not only lose it,plus gbese on top. And stil on ur way back from d Lotto office,hoodlums will still ambush u and beat shege out of u.

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    1. Hahahahahaha the beat shege part got me laughing hard..

      My mum used to say that to us while growing up

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    2. Lol
      That one na bad luck igbese

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    3. Lool. You're right jare

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    4. Hahahahahhaha Issacson๐Ÿ˜‚

      Good morning Dearies:Mrs Romas,Issacson and Onye Olu himself!๐Ÿ˜‚ Anon you too.

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  9. I'll pay him/her back the $200,"owe no man anything " and then as the generous person that I am,I'll give him something as per my friend but not cos he loaned me the money initially.

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  10. I will first give my friend the $200 I borrowed, then I will gift my friend 20million dollars.

    I don't think 20million is too much to gift my friend. A friend that can lend me money at all is a friend indeed.

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  11. Pay u back wat I owe u n dash u small something on top as par we b friends n I understand say tins Dey as e b๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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  12. I will give my friend his 200. And then bless him with 10million naira.

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  13. Same money I borrowed and might gift sometin to her

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  14. I will give my friend back the $200 and maybe something as a gift on a later date.

    I will then tell this friend not to tell our other friends because if I dnt want to hear I borrowed you pencil in primary school come and repay or I borrowed you 1000naira in 100 level come and pay me in dollars.๐Ÿ˜ค๐Ÿ˜ค๐Ÿ˜ค

    LEP๐Ÿ˜›

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  15. $200! Why? Because it's like buying a seed from the market, planted and nurtured it, who eats its fruit? The buyer and not the seller.
    However, I will be a friend in deed to that lady/ guy

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  16. The $200 isn't a loan, or is it? I'll pay for my $200 igbese first, I can decide giving him something, but that will be later because I wouldn't want to use the money for any other thing immediately apart from the $200.

    chim-oma a.k.a. Miss Kapusu

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  17. $200 for lending me in time of need. And $20m to say thank you.

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  18. Well it depends on how good of a friend you are to me before the whole you borrowing me or me winning... If you have been a good friend since and your money you lent me produced that huge luck and money then I can give you let's say 20 million dollars and keep the rest.

    That ought to make any friend happy no matter how greedy he or she is abi lol

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    1. My Sweetheart....๐Ÿ˜˜
      Good morning Love๐Ÿ˜˜

      Guess you are already at work pretending to be awake๐Ÿ˜‚

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  20. It depends on if the person knew what i wanted to use the 200 dollar for.if he knew i wanted it for lotto but he still gave it to me,it means i owe him more than that..but if he didn't know i wanted it for lotto i will pay back 200 dollar and owe him nothing,but i might still bless him cuz of his kindness.

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  21. I don't mind paying him $5k cuz I might still need him so other time






    Mc Pinky

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  22. Will also change his life 5m dollars for the acant

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  23. I ll payback my debt then compensate him/her. But I ll not tell the friend about it sha. .

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  24. 2 million dollars and a mighty car

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  25. To be sincere I will give my friend $2,000,000.
    Because is he/she did not give the money that $200 million will not be mine.

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  26. A friend in need is a friend indeed

    A friend gave me 200 dollars and I won 200 million dollar, even after paying tax and doing salaka.

    I will give him/her 50 million dollars. GOD works in mysterious way, she was used to annouce my blessings.

    I believe that Givers never lack.

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  27. I'll give her something appreciateable

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  28. $200,000. No more no less. Y'll saying I'd give him $2,000,000 or even $20m.Do the maths and be realistic abeg.

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  29. 200% of whatever I get back after taxes (depending on the tax percentage of where U live/win the lottery).
    Without paying tax that will be $4,000,000.00

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  30. I'll pay back the loan of $200 and whatever interest agreed upon. I'll then do a transfer of $2mil while we're hanging out in a bar or restaurant. This will definitely surprise the person and I will be there to see the person's reaction, as a people watcher that I is ๐Ÿ˜‰.

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  31. I will pay back the $200 and gift him or her $5m but will never disclose how much i actually won cos people can be very greedy and insatiable. Before e go dey expect equal share.

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  32. I will give the friend nothing less than a million dollars.

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  33. Ogbeni,comman collect your 200bucks and be going#nolove...lol

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  34. I will give her like 500 and keep the rest

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  35. You guys are looking at it from one angle, what if I borrowed the money and squandered it in the Lotto and didn't win, that would be $200 gbese on my head... so because I won doesn't change a thing.
    I'll pay back the $200 first
    And think of how much I would give you as compensation...

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  36. it depends. under what circumstances did my friend lend me the money. Was it wholeheartedly or grudginly, what kinda friend, how close are we, does the friend need money or is the friend a millonaire.....

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