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Chipping in money - experiences?
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25 / M / This Dying World
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Posted 3/29/12

Baka-God wrote:


AnimeKami wrote:


Baka-God wrote:


AnimeKami wrote:



Pretty much the same, and indirectly pushing the limits of how i can offend the mods


Mehs, the Mods nowadays are quite lenient as far I've seen, and aren't many Mini Mods around anymore that report 24/7, so gg.
Go conquer the CR site and be CrKami, LOL.



I don't want to told that by you given your name lol jk.

anyways I still feel there are those mods that ban because they can.


Says the one that calls himself AnimeKami, lol.

Well yeah when an idiot is like yelling; BAN ME BAN ME. Don't you think a Mod wouldn't kindly respond to that? ( Not that you're one of them )


Mods have no power if the user (me) isn't doing anything wrong.

Posted 3/30/12
I do it myself or I don't participate.
Posted 3/30/12
i don't like chipping in. i buy gifts with my own money. it saves me the trouble of going after people to chip in.
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Posted 4/2/12
If its for work or something I most likely chip in a small amount, because most times I wind up getting another seperate gift to begin with. I don't know why, but I have this gift giving complex. I take it very seriously, because I think that the best gifts should have some thought put into it, and some time.

I have given gifts weeks/months after the time until I found something appropriate.

And a small honest part of me hates chipping in on gifts because it doesn't feel like it's from "me" and I don't have a complete say and choice in the gift. Whoever I'm chipping in with never needs to find out that I eventually got my own gift.

Experience: Graduation party last year. Everyone wants to give gift cards. Sorry I don't give cash or cards :-/ I want to give something tangilable. I pitched in with my siblings and of course they had a set budget in mind but I was closer to the guy so I wanted to spend more.
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Posted 4/2/12
When a situation arises in which I must chip in an amount of money for the greater good of the colony, it being for example a bill that me as well as the rest of my buddies have after enjoying a feast at a restaurant, I'll toss in a couple of lays chips as a joke, afterward putting in a good amount of cash, sometimes exceeding the amount I myself paid for. They're friends though, so I'm okay with that. Had it been creatures of the void I am unfamiliar with, I would've tossed in chump change, that's if I could get away doing that to the people I'm with at the time! It's just a trait of mine to help friends, so chippin' in is geeeeewd
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Posted 4/2/12
The only time I "chip in" is to give flowers for a funeral. Then it's only with my brother and his wife and /or my parents.

I figure if you must pool your resources to buy someone a present it's to make it a really nice one and to make some sort of offering to their ego.

I used to "chip in" with friends and other family (cousins and the like) but I found they never thought that it was ever enough, both the recipient and the others in the group of givers. If I give what I can and I am looked down upon for that, even when it put me in a bad financial bind, I don't bother to give anything anymore.
Besides all they ever seemed to want was the newest cool shit that they'd use for a while and like little kids, toss them into a drawer after they got tired of it . . .
. . . then complain about it . . .
I don't need people like that.

Posted 4/5/12
its not chipping in when u have to buy everyones way into damn bowling
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