What do you say to someone who says they will pay for your dinner? “Wow thanks” or “Wait what?” It’s an odd one to hear, but I’ll let you in on a little secret. I don’t believe I ever asked to pay for anyone’s dinner. I would only ask you to give me a dollar, and I would usually give it back.
You can’t pay for anyone’s dinner unless they have a coin, a dollar, or a quarter. That’s the law.
The law of the majority, for lack of a better term, is that you can’t pay for anyone’s dinner unless you have cash. There is an exception to the rule though, for if you’re a particularly nice guy, you may be allowed to pay for someone’s dinner. However, you are not allowed to pay for people from one of your own worlds unless they are in your own universe.
The law of the majority, for lack of a better term, is that you cant pay for anyones dinner unless you have cash. There is an exception to the rule though, for if youre a particularly nice guy, you may be allowed to pay for someones dinner. However, you are not allowed to pay for people from one of your own worlds unless they are in your own universe.
I guess that’s one way to pay for my dinner.
This is a fairly common way to pay people off. It is a law of the universe that if you pay someone for something they already have, that is their own money. As long as you dont go over the limit, you get to pay for the food and drinks. I think it also makes sense because it really does take a lot of effort to pay somebody off for something you have no control over.
There are a few options you can use for this. You could pay in a 3 cent coin or in a different way. It seems to me that the option of paying with a 3 cent coin is more commonly used, and probably more often accepted.
I think the reason for 3 cent coin is because you can pay for something with it, but you have to pay for it in a way that is not your own money. If you pay with your own money, then you can’t charge for it. If you pay with 3 cent coin, then you can charge for it. If you pay it with other people’s money, then you can charge for it.
I don’t understand why 3 cent coin is commonly used and accepted, but I’m not sure why it’s not more widely accepted.
When I was young, I used to have a “3 cent coin” on my desk. It was a big, old, shiny silver coin. I never saw it except in the context of my personal collection. At one point I told my Dad I wanted to get rid of it, but he said he would have to get a 3 cent coin for me. And the next time I saw him he had a 3 cent coin on his desk.