ANSWERS: 6
  • I'd rather take them to Walmart and buy them the basics. Don't like loaning out my kitchen things. I would do it in a pinch.
    • Ice man
      My thoughts exactly. Thanks : )
  • "What's in it for me..?"...
    • Ice man
      A small jar of ..marmite. LOL Even "spell check" doesn't like it !! Hahaha
    • beaker95
      I honestly (and you must surely struggle to believe anything I say is honest) work across the road from where marmite is made.....
    • Ice man
      I can only imagine that it must smell about as good as a tannery.
    • beaker95
      About as good as a men's locker room on a particularly warm day.....
  • I'd loan it, but not with a happy heart until it was returned. :(
  • In all my years I've never once lent something and had it returned. So I don't lend anymore.It pisses me off to even be asked because I know by "borrow" they mean "give me" and - without exception - intend to keep the thing and say nothing hoping I'll forget. People suck. The last thing I loaned was a spare phone, and I had to ask and ask and ask and chase to get it back, and instead of thank you they acted put out to have to give it to me, and when I got it home and tried to charge it, I found they had left the battery dead for 2 weeks and it would never charge again - they broke it! ....In my book, if someone does YOU a favor, YOU FIND THEM to return it, ON TIME, AS PROMISED, WITH a thank you AND a suitable thank you gift (size depending on the size of the favor extended). But while I've done that, no one else does!
    • Linda Joy
      This is mostly true : ( you should never loan anything you can't afford to do without.
  • I don't talk to cooking utensils. What's the point? They can't talk to me. Lol:)
    • Linda Joy
      Lol from looking at these comments maybe you should just tell them goodbye and good luck!
  • That would depend a lot on what I thought of the person who asked.

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