Sticky situation. I have a kind of friend who is my size and I give her a lot of my old clothes and things I don't wear often I mean bags and bags. She never gives me anything. I recently offered her a really nice pair of $300 cowboy boots that were a little tight on me. She wears the same size. I can and do wear them with a light sock. She said she would buy them for $50 I never charged her anything before, but these were like new. She called and complained she couldn't wear socks b/c they were too tight and she got blisters and couldn't get them off her feet. She said she would keep them b/c she said she would but they were actually a half size smaller etc. I listened to her complain. She had only given me $20 so far and I felt terrible when I got off the phone. Then I thought about it. I figured I would get them stretched and they would be perfect I would keep them so I told her to give them back.Once I mentioned stretching she wanted to keep them. I said no I wanted my boots back. She was unhappy, she got blisters from not wearing socks, which anyone would get from wearing boots without socks, and she said they hurt her feet terribly. It was her ungrateful tone. I wanted my good boots back, she had been getting a very good deal and and was practically yelling at me on the phone. She sent me an e-mail and said "thanks for your excellent customer service". Fuck it I say, they are my boots she complained, so I want them back. Am I wrong, I wanted $50 dollars and she gave me $20 with the promise of $30 more in the future, I'm just going to give her the $20 back when I see her on Wed. what would you do? Do you think I'm wrong?
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