Question of the day

WalletsWhat would you do if you found the wallet of your next-door neighbor who you hated?

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18 Responses to Question of the day

  1. candi says:

    This is so funny, I did find a wallet over the weekend, she was not a neighbor, but she does not like me, and I dont like her.. But there was a check card, checks and 7 100 bills in there.. At first I was thinking to my self, dam we are could go shopping and out to eat.. The other part of me with thinking a felony.. So I return it to her husband the next day, which also is a Jerk, and hates me… (Long Story) there.. He never even thanked me.. So after that I was what a you know what… I should have kept the money and burned the other things.. I was a good girl and return it…

  2. SKL says:

    I’d return it but probably not in the nicest way. Like maybe I’d leave it where their dog is likely to find it first. With my luck, they would probably think I intentionally snatched it just to bug them . . . .

    For the record, I don’t hate my neighbors . . . .

    I couldn’t steal and still be who I am. Nor do I feel like it’s my role to teach assholes a lesson – most of the time. I tend to believe that everyone gets theirs sooner or later, so why should I muddy up my nice peaceful life?

  3. trishatruly says:

    Aww, as much as it might pain me, I’d probably return it. I have a saying I live with: “A clean conscience makes a soft pillow.”

  4. javajunkee says:

    i would have to return it. My way would be take it down to the police station and let them deal with it. My luck the dumbass would try to say I stole it.

  5. mssc54 says:

    Knock on their door smile and say “I want to make sure you got this back. Would you mind checking to see if there is anything missing? If there is I would be happy to help you look for it.” That would keep the neighbor from later accusing me of taking something.

  6. Sue says:

    Give it back. I was never one to steal from anybody.

  7. I guess I would reluctantly give it back. Maybe, I’d return it 3 days later when he had already turned his house down searching for it.

  8. Joy says:

    I like all the above answers. I wouldn’t keep it either. I don’t really hate anybody either but I just couldn’t steal like that.

  9. starlaschat says:

    Id go over knock on the door with a smile and say Hey look what found your wallet. And chit chat a little bit and hope they didn’t think I stole it.

  10. Doraz says:

    If I saw my neighbors wallet, and I was not on friendly terms with them…I would just look at it and walk away. You can not win with people who do not have the ability to be nice! They should eventually find it. If not, oh well!

  11. pammywammy says:

    I would mail it back if I hated her.But I really dont hate amyone :)Not really.Now if it was my ex,I might hang on to it for a little while and return it on my time,money and all 🙂

  12. Just a Mom says:

    I believe in What goes around comes around and Do unto others…
    I would return the wallet and be overly sweet when I did. People who hate you really can’t stand it when you are nice to them! 🙂

  13. Tony says:

    Yeah me too I’d return it & be Mr. Super Nice Guy

  14. joanharvest says:

    I’d leave it on their doorstep with a note that says “Dumbass”.

  15. Tosha says:

    I’m with Joan!

  16. megan says:

    I’d definitely return it…but not before looking through it first. I’d put everything back in its place (cash included), but I couldn’t resist the temptation to hopefully behold a bad driver’s license photo.

    • Joy says:

      It goes without saying that I’d go through it with a fine tooth comb being the nosy person I am. I’d return it all but I’d take a good look.

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