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You Have A Very Sweet But Dirty Friend Who Asks To Borrow Your Clothes. What Do You Do?

What if your good buddy morphed into a Nick Nolte look alike? While he was down and out, he asked you or your boyfriend for a favor. He wondered if you'd let him stay over at your house while you were away and borrow some clothes? What would you say?

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vmruby vmruby 9 years
i am real funny about someone else wearing my things it's gross. i have never borrowed or lent out my clothes to anyone regardless of cleanliness or not.
peepshow peepshow 9 years
I'd let him/her stay at my house... but not borrow certain clothes.
abomb88 abomb88 9 years
Of course I would let them. Cloths are just material things, friends are people. I would want them to do the same for me if I was down and out.
xtina xtina 9 years
wynter wynter 9 years
I'd just find some clothes I hardly wear and tell my friend to keep them.
lms lms 9 years
Ha...I have never had a "dirty" friend. What I did have once was a friend who asked to wear my clothes. I said sure. However, I realized that she wasn't wearing any underwear with them. That was gross! It is so long ago I can't remember what I did with the pants afterwards.
Moongal Moongal 9 years
this picture is so discusting
snowflake snowflake 9 years
Dry clean and don't hurt their feelings. Panties should never be shared! That is a major nono!
caterpillarpie caterpillarpie 9 years
i see nothing wrong with borrowing/lending clothes, as long as they're washed first. underwear is NOT included. and neither is sleeping in my bed.
caterpillarpie caterpillarpie 9 years
ew ew ew ew ew ew ew ew
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
Um, this is tough. Why does he want to borrow my house and clothes? If its anything short of "my home tragically burned down while I was assisting sickly orphans in an underdeveloped country and my wife left me and now I just need a place to crash while I cash my lotto check and sign half of it over to you", I would probably try to weasel out of it.
sanD13 sanD13 9 years
Haha, I love how DearSugar posted that Nick Nolte pic.
Masqueraded_Angel Masqueraded_Angel 9 years
I would let him/her borrow clothes that I didn't care about anymore. That way, if they got abused or unrepairable in any way, I wouldn't really care.
cottoncatie cottoncatie 9 years
ive got no problems with a dirty friend borrowing something or sleeping over. clothes can can be washed. friends are friends no matter how often they bathe. even though it is. "mi casa su casa, jim!" (i doubt he's read this. if u r reading this, go take a shower. you smell like a cat's litter box)
Moongal Moongal 9 years
i always hated the old borrow your clothes crap. It never failed, ya either dont ever get them back, of in this case if the friend is dirty, you get them back stained dirty or rippped. Always hated the borrow the clothes days!!
Shiloh-Jolie-Pitt Shiloh-Jolie-Pitt 9 years
that picture is a classic! :-D NO WAY! I am utterly squeamish, I don't borrow anything from anybody and I don't lend either.
CortneyLynn CortneyLynn 9 years
um...I think my home tragically burned down in the 3 minutes it took for us to have that conversation...
karmasabitch karmasabitch 9 years
Ehhh, come on.. what are friends good for if they won't lend you some clothes while you're in a greasy Nick Nolte phase? Friendship is hopefully forever, clothes only last for so long :P
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