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It would help if you wrote in English.

If the girlfriend paid 1000 in rent, 500 on her account and 500 on her neer-do-well boyfriend's account, and then paid 1000 for his bail money, she has paid out a**TOTAL** of 2000, 1500 more than she needed to, and her boyfriend owes her 1500. The fact that her boyfriend cannot admit this explains why he needed bail money in the first place.

That is the mathematics of it.

The practicality of it is that she should have kicked her shiftless raggedy-ass boyfriend out of the apartment when he stiffed her on the rent, invited some solvent man to move in with her, and told her sorry ex to pay his own bail. Notice that this would have avoided any necessity to wallow in higher mathematics. There are rare cases where mathematics is a necessity, but a modicum of common sense will preclude that unfortunate necessity in 99 out of a 100 cases.

If the girlfriend paid 1000 in rent, 500 on her account and 500 on her neer-do-well boyfriend's account, and then paid 1000 for his bail money, she has paid out a

That is the mathematics of it.

The practicality of it is that she should have kicked her shiftless raggedy-ass boyfriend out of the apartment when he stiffed her on the rent, invited some solvent man to move in with her, and told her sorry ex to pay his own bail. Notice that this would have avoided any necessity to wallow in higher mathematics. There are rare cases where mathematics is a necessity, but a modicum of common sense will preclude that unfortunate necessity in 99 out of a 100 cases.

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It would help if you wrote in English.

If the girlfriend paid 1000 in rent, 500 on her account and 500 on her neer-do-well boyfriend's account, and then paid 1000 for his bail money, she has paid out aTOTALof 2000, 1500 more than she needed to, and her boyfriend owes her 1500. The fact that her boyfriend cannot admit this explains why he needed bail money in the first place.

That is the mathematics of it.

The practicality of it is that she should have kicked her shiftless raggedy-ass boyfriend out of the apartment when he stiffed her on the rent, invited some solvent man to move in with her, and told her sorry ex to pay his own bail. Notice that this would have avoided any necessity to wallow in higher mathematics. There are rare cases where mathematics is a necessity, but a modicum of common sense will preclude that unfortunate necessity in 99 out of a 100 cases.

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How could "**He** got a loan from **his** boss" not count as his money? He will have to pay it back.

How could "Hegot a loan fromhisboss" not count as his money? He will have to pay it back.

You did pay the rent of 1000, which meant he owed you 500.

His boss then lent him 1000, which was delivered to you and used for bail money.

Eventually, he paid his boss back the 1000 because he needs the job.

So between you and the boss, you two paid 2000, 1000 for rent and 1000 for bail. He paid the boss back, but he didn't pay you back. Do I have it now?

I hope he was cute, because he is either dumb as a rock or else as crooked as a snake. Try getting a magistrate to put a lien on the bail bond for 500. Then, so long as he does not skip on the bond, you will eventually get your money back.