Your financial thresholds for returns/refunds/exchanges etc

Stopped counting at £1300.

Shut up. I know.

Fucking hell


So much ^this

holy fucking shit m9

Still. Bonus payday when this comes through, so who’s the big idiot now eh?!

(still me)

its you, man

If it was a form I’d (maybe) have done it ages ago. This is all Concur’s fault if you think about it.

Ok bye.

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Rather than return stuff if it doesn’t fit properly (often bought in store but he couldn’t be arsed trying it on), my boyfriend will just keep it and wear it. So he has, for example, a pair of shorts that will only just do up, and a hoodie that would comfortably fit two of him


He sounds like my kinda guy

as @shrewbie says, tk Maxx are an absolute joy to take back to, interact with

recently bought 5 coats online and returned 4 in store. no questions asked

I’ve gathered up my mountain of receipts. Got a big cup of coffee. Playlist of absolute bangers queued up. Let’s do this.

…work internet has gone down.


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Do I still get my 10% cut for motivating you to do it?

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At this point you’d incur significant income tax admin on what I’d have to pay you.

(Just found out a hotel charged me twice for the same trip last month. Don’t care, got receipts, claiming it back twice)

Why do I have a charge from “Happy Meat BV”

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Any guesses what I spent €6.50 on in a 4 star hotel in The Hague at 16.52 local time? Don’t think it was a beer. It’s not enough for their food.

Did you stay there? City tax?

I did. No, that’s invoiced separately.

Did I pay for one fifth of a hand job?

If you did, I’m not sure it’s something you should try putting through expenses.

(It’s probably a coffee or cake or something)