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#1
So yeah, about a year and a half ago I lost my jacket/coat at school. We had some sort of exam and we weren't allowed to take them into the exam room so everyone had to hang them the down hallway, and when I came back, it was gone. I searched around a bit, checked the lost and found and even posted a message on the school's "announcement screen", but with no results. Went out and bought a new one, end of story.

Now, fast forward to current time. I passed my exams and I'm currently enjoying a long summer holiday. Last night, I came home after a long night of working at my local restaurant, and saw the following message sent to me via facebook (roughly translated)

"Despite the fact that we're done with school now, I still have to get something off my chest. It was me who took your coat last year. By accident, of course. I bought the exact same jacket the previous weekend. If this news is of no use for you, fine, but it's something I've been wanting to say for some time now. "

what do I do pit?
baab
#2
Uhh... take the jacket back or forget about it? I'm not fully understanding the conflict here.
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#5
Get it back obviously he wants to return it

Why would you ask such a dumb question?
#6
To be perfectly honest, I'd prefer a financial compensation given the fact that I bought a new jacket while he just could have given it back. But let me rephrase my question; How do I react?
baab
#7
"Oh no worries, it was just a jacket. I'm not petty, but just know if I was I would probably steal something you like, and destroy it before your very eyes. I want my jacket back."
#8
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To be perfectly honest, I'd prefer a financial compensation given the fact that I bought a new jacket while he just could have given it back. But let me rephrase my question; How do I react?

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#9
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To be perfectly honest, I'd prefer a financial compensation given the fact that I bought a new jacket while he just could have given it back. But let me rephrase my question; How do I react?


yeah but a financial compensation is not fair.

you just your jacket
he bought you an exact new one

you to get money back isn't really fair.
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#12
Fillet his skin and wear it as a jacket.

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#13
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yeah but a financial compensation is not fair.

you just your jacket
he bought you an exact new one

you to get money back isn't really fair.


what?
baab
#14
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what?


you have problems reading or what?
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you have problems reading or what?


Ask yourself that.
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#16
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you have problems reading or what?


I just don't understand how he giving me money would be unfair
baab
#17
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I just don't understand how he giving me money would be unfair

How much was the jacket?
#19
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
you have problems reading or what?


You have literally no idea how to read, you absolute dunce. From what I, and everyone else, read:

-My Last Words bought himself a jacket
-The guy who stole his jacket now has two of the same jacket but didn't return the one that wasn't his
-My Last Words still doesn't have the previous jacket, and is considering asking this guy for some financial compensation (or the jacket that was stolen from him)
#20
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How much was the jacket?


I don't remember exactly since it was more then a year ago, but I'd guess around €70-80
baab
#21
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tl;dr


Too long; Don't know how to read
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#23
I'd be like "Thanks for the jacket. Now good day, sir", but say it really sarcastic-like.
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#24
A year is a long time to "borrow" something by accident. I think either he lost his and just found it now, or guilt finally got to him.
#25
You both have a jacket, and he has an extra. Tell him to donate it to his local Oxfam shop or w/e. At least there's some good to come out of it...
#26
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you have problems reading or what?


The best comment I've read all day.
#29
why are you asking the pit? go develop your own personality, dumbass.
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#30
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Uhh... take the jacket back or forget about it? I'm not fully understanding the conflict here.


This. Are you like 13 or something? That's the only age I would ever even consider this a valid question.
#31
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This. Are you like 13 or something? That's the only age I would ever even consider this a valid question.

To be fair, there have been many threads asking for advice on serious life decisions.
#32
Saving private Jacket.
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#33
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To be fair, there have been many threads asking for advice on serious life decisions.

How is getting one's jacket back a serious life decision?
Last edited by crazysam23_Atax at Jul 12, 2013,
#34
Say 'O thanks m8 lemme know when I can come get it' and then do. Asking him for money doesn't make much sense since he has your jacket. If he had lost it, I could see money being an alternative form of repayment, but since the jacket is still a thing, just get it back and fuggetaboutit.
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#36
OP You're entitled to ask for financial compensation. The thing is, would the hassle be worth it to you? Personally I'd take the jacket and make some comment along the lines of -"Well that took a while, but better late than never huh?"- Implying you know he did wrong. Otherwise, it's just a jacket, it's not worth going apeshit over.
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#37
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How is getting one's jacket back a serious life decision?

How is it not? A jacket's is an extension of one's personality. Whatever you are, it is too.

It isn't. I was just trying to make the point that people come here to ask for advice that should not be sought for all the time.
#38
ask you to give him your jacket back AND one of his jackets that you will then be allowed to keep for one year.
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#40
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ask you to give him your jacket back AND one of his jackets that you will then be allowed to keep for one year.

This is the one you need to do. Make sure you post pictures of yourself wearing your new coat on facebook too.
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