Hangover. Again. I remember last night there was a great
party, lots of girls, lots of booze, and if I remember correctly, I paid for
all of it. But if I tell you the truth, I really wouldn’t know, I don’t
remember much of it. I know a friend of mine mentioned today that I had been
way too generous last night. After checking my credit card I discover a big
zero in there. I don’t really mind the zero, it’s okay, but unfortunately my
next payday is in a week.
Each of us has had situations like that, right? Okay, maybe
not all of us but definitely a majority. Or even if not a majority, you definitely
know at least one person like that. Morning hangover, big puzzles with
thousands of pieces to put together, feeling of … still being just a bit drunk
yet happy … and at the same time the knowledge that you spent all the money you
had til the end of the month yesterday. And not for yourself, but by offering
free drinks to girls, paying for your friend’s beers and tequilas and so on.
I mean it when I say I would do nothing differently, I
really did enjoy myself. But as I need to live for another week and my bank
account is empty for the time being, it’s time to get a loan or something. I
know my friends are broke, SMS loan has killer fees, Payday Loans has …. Hmm,
payday loans? I remember a friend of mine mentioned me something like that,
PayDayOne possibly and I do remember they had some pretty good offers.
I don’t usually take loans from elsewhere than from my
friends, but …times require….measures…you get the point. Well, what I wanted to
say – I don’t really know a lot about lending companies, but they seem to be
good as they offer a quick 24-hour turnaround (yes, I can eat tomorrow already)
and you can apply for a loan from the comfort of your own home over internet (and
still drink your hangover coffee at the same time).
I don’t usually trust testimonials much, but one is better
than none, right?
I’m based in California
and $250 would do the trick for me. And if I pay it back as soon as my wage
arrives, I just need to pay back around $43 extra.