ANSWERS: 32
  • If you were genuinely sorry, I'd accept you apology without the cheque. Just give me my irreplacables back if you could, though.
  • No. One, I'd assume that the check is either stolen or made of rubber. Two, that wouldn't undo the deed. My house was burglarized twice. Honestly, it wasn't the taking of my stuff that got to me (those could be replaced) it was the invasion of my space that was the worse of all. You can't replace nor repay that. That, and the unforgivable act of taking what I work very hard to earn.
  • No, I would scream and choke you and demand that you return my four cats.
  • Wow. That's a tough one. I'd probably think it's counterfeit so I would request cash. Then I would turn you in. lol! :)
  • Oh, I suppose I could at least try. It is a cashiers check right?
  • Yep. You could rob me 5 times over and still not get a million dollars worth of stuff.
  • I would accept your apology but would still be disappointed. Irreplaceable objects are called irreplaceables for a reason. There are Some Things Money Can't Buy. For Everything Else, there's Mastercard
  • Well, what about my stuff? Pictures, keepsakes that have a lot of sentimental value? Family heirlooms that have been entrusted to my care? But if you were truly repentant, I'd forgive you. I still have the MEMORIES attached to the items, even if I can't replace the items themselves. (Although if you could return them as well, that'd be fantastic.) But it had better be a cashier's check or a money order. I'm not getting screwed over by you twice.
  • Simply yes. I would be angry, but I can get beyond that. With or without the check. If you gave it to me and I could verify the honesty of the funds, I'd use it. Then I would blackmail you. Essentially make you get some kind of help or press charges.
  • Well after I graciously accept your cashiers check, I would still kick your ass for breaking into my crib.
  • You betcha. My dog already passed on, and my son says when I go, he's just going to throw it all away anyway, so I'll take the million.
  • You want my adress? I'll leave the door unlocked and roll out a red carpet.
  • Yeah I'll forgive you right after I kill you.
  • Yes. I'm a forgiving person. That doesn't mean I'd be too happy with you, though. I would rather have all my things back. I'm happy with what I have. I don't need your million dollar cheque.
  • I would demand the stuff back. Then press charges and civilly sue you for damages. And then give you the finger. =)
  • I would accept your apology and then neutralize you with no prejudice, as quickly as possible, with as little pain as possible. No money can replace certain things. There are several items in my house that mean more to me than I can explain. If anyone stole those they would be in for hurt if I got ahold of them. The apology would just let you cross over with a clear conscience, at least when it came to that matter. Anyone who breaks into my home should be prepared to be met with lethal force, even after the fact. I did not fight, kill, and get shot for my country to come home and be taken advantage of like that. This may seem harsh, but in this world where the guilty seem to have more rights protecting them than a victim, someone has to do something, because I have very little faith in the legal system to actually do anything constructive on the behalf of a victim. That is of course, unless there is press coverage, in which case the legal system puts on a good show for the media.
  • I would forgive you, then I would drop you like a rock and call the cops to come and pick up the pieces. But hey, I forgave you so there's no hard feelings. I hope you enjoy prison life!
  • Right after I beat you up!Would you forgive me?
  • G'day The Wise Guy, Thank you for your question. It depends if your cheque bounces. If not, it would be worth more than my unit. However, if you were a thief, it is more likely than not that the cheque would bounce. I would probably be happier if you returned what was mine or better yet not rob me in the first place. Regards
  • I'd hold you captive until the check cleared. I'd also bust your knee caps for taking advantage of my pomeranian's lack of doggie patrol duties. He's just too friendly. Forgivenesss? I'd have to think about it...there's somethings that are NOT replaceable, but I can't lie a million bucks wouldn't bug me.
  • Just prior to inviting you to dinner, spiking your wine, and violating you with any household object you happened to leave behind... But I'm not bitter....
  • no I wouldn't, and I don't want your stolen check either!
  • for bringing a check no never,I'll have to claim it as earnings,Cash only !
  • No. My things are my things, and you had no right to take them. No amount of money is going to fix that.
  • People have so many different opinions on things. I find it so intriguing.
  • Yes, unless the check didnt clear, then I would have to open a catering sized can of wooop-ass on ya.....
  • Give me back my stuff and then we'll talk
  • No, I would want the things that were irreplaceable back. Not the money.
  • Forgive you for stealing everything or for giving me a bad check?
  • No way dude, never i worked really hard to get all of that stuff
  • hmmm, providing the check didn't bounce I would.
  • The only irreplaceable things in my house are my wife and son. Take them and you wouldn't survive the two weeks. Take everything else and offer me a million for my troubles? Well dang, sure!!!

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