is your friend a mooch?

mateo, ashley
October 2012
Seventeen;Oct2012, Vol. 71 Issue 10, p094
The article focuses on dealing with friends who can be considered as "mooch." It describes the different types of mooch including the group mooch, the "Can I borrow mooch?" and the motor mooch and provides suggestions on how to deal with them. It also cites the result of a survey which reveals that 60 percent of one's friends owe him or her money.


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