One in five Britons would be happy to lend a desperate neighbour £1,000 to prevent them being repossessed according to a pollclick hereWhat do you think? It's easy to say yes in a poll, but would the money actually materialise? And a £1000 doesn't go far, so what happens next month. Do you lend then another £1000?What does it do for neighbourly relations when they don't pay it back as promised?All seems a little fraught to me.
Im not one of the five.
They are being repossessed because they have no money, so repayment of the £1000 loan would be tricky. Knowing human nature, I would not entertain it.G
I wonder how many would give the money instead of lending it. Maybe 1 in a 1,000 ?
SO!!! the person posting after me is going to lend someone the money.. Think not...
I might GIVE the money to my neighbours if they would just go and close the door after them.
I'd love to see my neighbours leave, I'd pay more than a grand for the privilege of it too.
The poll didn't make clear what the 4 in 5 who wouldn't loan the money would do.It seems from your responses they'd willingly GIVE the £1000 just to get rid of their neighbours!!!And you seem such a friendly bunch.
If our local neighbour went bust we would pee ourselves. He owns most of the land around the farm, must be over 1,000 hectares!Lovely bloke & we do get on with him.Will post him this to have a laugh at.Funny how he always has to leave the pub when it's his round!!!
Think of the money he has saved by not getting his round in. That's why he won't need you to loan him £1000.
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