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K here is my question! My friend and I are spending 70.00 in total for New Years. She lent me 20.00 she told me to keep it and just give her 15.00 for the beer. Does that not mean that I am actually putting 45.00 towards the New Year and she is only putting 5.00 toward it as she gave me the 20 and I give her 15???

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