It Is Sun Evening. An Update.

This post is prompted by the comment that Alan G has left on my post It Is Sunday.

“According to the ‘World Clock’ as I post this comment it is 6:42 PM in Pune so I assume since there are no gleeful followup comments from you, you must be out chasing the culprit who failed to pay you back! 😕

On the other hand, perhaps they did pay you back and you’re out shopping with the returned funds… and interest I presume! :)”

Neither Alan!

The borrower when confronted said that he had promised to return the loan on the 21st inst. At that time he had not taken into account the 21st being a Sunday! So, he has sought an extension of 24 hours and has promised to pay tomorrow.

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14 Responses to It Is Sun Evening. An Update.

  1. Alan G says:

    Thanks for the update Ramana. Your blog visitors will just have to wait until tomorrow to see if the borrow remains true to their promise.

    Here in the United States once the word “tomorrow” or “next week” or “next month” enters into the conversation… well, you know as the lender you’re in trouble. Of course our biggest excuse here is, “I’m waiting for my income tax return!” 🙂
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  2. Looney says:

    It isn’t often we have a good cliffhanger in the blogosphere.
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  3. bikehikebabe says:

    We’re waiting, breathlessly.

  4. Good luck, but I assume you have the good sense never to lend more than you can afford to give away.
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  5. tammy j says:

    in the last few years i have been doing what i learned about as
    ‘pay it forward.’ i think they even made a movie about it.
    i never loan. i give. with the suggestion that the receiver ‘pay it forward’ to someone else in need at some future time.
    there is no expectation of being repaid . . . no hard feelings if it’s not . . .
    the pleasure of helping someone and knowing that someone else may be helped next by the person you helped. kinda cool!
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    • Oh, I love the pay it forward movement and have been on the receiving end as well as the giving end much to my joy. The amount involved here is just too large to indulge in that very laudable enterprise.

  6. Jut backtracking to catch up. It brings to mind the expression, “Never lend what you can’t afford to give away.” So often a loan becomes a gift, even if t wasn’t intended as one!
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