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My neighbor owns a trailer that he doesn't really use. He is asking for a slightly higher than market price because it's in a good condition.

Here is the tricky part. I can't really afford the trailer. I can sell some stuffs from around the house and make about 40% what he is asking for.

I really like the trailer. Should I just pay him what I have, and "promise" him monthly payment, and then make a run for it?

With that trailer, I could travel very very far away, and never return to this town. What could go wrong with that?

As you could tell, I don't really care about my credit, because I like to own stuff that I can't afford. I love my credit card!

If I can score this "deal", that 60% saving will help me pay for the maintenance, fees, and fuels. Do you think it is a good deal?

I even convinced my neighbor, this trailer will help me "save money" because of my " temporary job relocation". I should thank him for paying for my permanent relocation!

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Well, to make this work you need to have him away from home while you are skipping town with his trailer. A couple flat tires is all it takes to foil your plan. Oh I missed the temporary job relocation conversation. Well if you do it be sure to leave a Tootsie Pop wrapper for your neighbor to wear on his head.

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Shouldn't all trailer story go in FWF?

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