Friday, November 21, 2003

What do I do?

I have a friend who keeps going behind my back to borrow my $400 iPod, without asking me. 8 our 10 ten times she does not ask me, 2 out 10 times she leaves a note...which is also bad, a note does not stop the unasked deletion of my music. She already took my iPod the day my iMac got corrupted and she wiped out my entire digital music collection. She has a boyfriend, which isn't me, but should I assume that she wants to go with me? I mean, she's borrowing my shit without asking me, she must think we're in a relationship, right? Thank God she doesn't have a driver's license (she's 18), because at least I don't have to worry about her taking my car.

Or am I wrong? Is it okay to borrow somebody's expensive stuff without asking? Keep in mind an iPod is used as a backup for all your mp3's. Kinda hard to do that when somebody else keeps erasing it.

Next time I see her, I'm going to ask, "When are we going to have sex?", then watch in awe as she is offended.


  1. Where is the iPod that she can just "take it"? Hide it. Tell her she can't take it anymore because you want to use it.

    I just say hide it.

  2. It's been on my computer desk, charging in the dock. I've thought about hiding it. I think I will.

    I think I will actually keep it in my car. Out of sight, don't want my car broken into of course.

  3. I'd definitely ask her for sex, she borrowed the ipod without asking and deleted all of your music, it's the least she can do(sarcasm, sarcasm! She should also replace all of your music and make you a sandwich). If she says "no way" and/or begins to kick your ass, tell her to stop borrowing it and suggest that her boyfriend buy her one. Tell her that if he really loves her, he'll buy her one. That'll start some fun arguements.

    After this, just carry your ipod with you, or hide it in the car like you said. Quit being a tool and leaving it out for her to steal if it pisses you off so much.

  4. I've forgiven her for when she borrowed it when my mac HD had crapped out and I lost everything...i forgot to tell her not to use my ipod that night, but since then I have stressed that if she wants to borrow it, fine, but just ask me first. I'll often say yes, but I want her to recognize that it's mine.