| 02-23-2008, 06:16 PM || #41 |
Join Date: Aug 2007
| | Re: Adults - please read re: donations.
well said, lillypad!!!
Originally Posted by Lilypad1394
Here is the thing, when a situation changes drastically, you have to take things slow. For many families, internet is a necessity, with work, and your kids in school. And for one, I know I am in a tight situation, and I don't ask my parents to buy me Webkinz, and they never have, and they never will. I will get my Webkinz as gifts, or with my own money. Lastly, becuase you buy that many Webkinz, does not mean that every family does, and it does not have to be an expensive hobby if you don't want it to be. I know I don't buy all that many, which does not make it expensive. I'm not saying that there is anything wrong with you buying that many Webkinz, but I'm just saying not everyone buys the same amount of Webjubz as you do.Don't be so quick to judge next time, because every financial situation is unique, and has special circumstances.
sometimes its hard for someone who has lots to understand how someone else might not AND understand how they could have owned things before things went badly.
---------- RedBear added 2 Minutes and 6 Seconds later ----------
see lillypad's post.
Originally Posted by HECMO3
well i read your post about that some people do not have money for food. Now I totally agree with you that there are a lot of people who can not afford even change but it made me ask myself. If they cant afford food and the basic necessities why would they be surfing the internet and playing with webkinz. Its not exactly a cheap hobby. It costs me over a hundred a month with the amount of webkinz I own. I just think if people could afford to buy webkinz and buy internet access for their homes they should be able to donate a few bucks if they are utilizing this site. Its not cheap. I just think if they cant afford food and necessities and they are buying webkinz something is wrong with that situation.
Last edited by RedBear; 02-23-2008 at 06:17 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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