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Charlie Sheen Says LiLo Never Thanked Him for $100K Gift: Do You Expect a 'Thank You' When You Do a Favor?

The Big Question 2012/12/11 00:27:34
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  • Beatlefish 2012/12/12 21:52:53 (edited)
    Yes
    Beatlefish
    Depends... I would like one, but some people... I know I won't get one... and some don't have to say it I can see it.
    As for LindsayI would certainly give one for that large of a gift.
  • schjaz 2012/12/12 19:37:31
    Yes
    schjaz
    +1
    I guess I do. Its the fact that they are grateful and speaks to their character but I do not expect a tit for tat favor in return.
  • Maleficent 2012/12/12 18:04:15
    Yes
    Maleficent
    +2
    even though Charlie Sheen is just as crazy. Lindsay should have the courtesy to say thanks.
  • mwg0735 2012/12/12 04:25:52
  • ready46xwu 2012/12/12 02:56:21
    Yes
    ready46xwu
    It's just the polite thing to do!
    and if U r a 'polite person',
    and give a gift~I'd expect a 'THANKYOU'!
    But, he probably banged her brains outs!
  • Shifting Piece 2012/12/11 23:26:44
    No
    Shifting Piece
    When I do someone a favor, I don't care if they thank me or not. When I give a gift, it's the same way, but I feel that it's really rude to not thank people for that stuff.
  • Kigan 2012/12/11 22:10:13
    Yes
    Kigan
    Just as I thank people when they do me a favor.

    That said, Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan have some sad similarities - he wouldn't have thanked her for the same, so I don't know why he expected to be thanked.

    The ungrateful don't show gratitude.
  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/12/11 18:39:50
    Yes
    Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆
    Common courtesy, after all. Now see how these celebrities can't even be courteous to one another.
  • SW 2012/12/11 17:12:33
    Yes
    SW
    Not from Lilo though... She goes 68...I do her and she "owes me one..." What about my needs? Sigh... I can't stay mad at Lilo....
  • bill.fleming.77 2012/12/11 16:26:48
    Yes
    bill.fleming.77
    Yes,it is customary but i am okay without it.
    If I do a favor it is not for the reciprocated appreciation, it is to help someone out.
  • Random 2012/12/11 15:42:06
    No
    Random
    But it's good manners to thank someone anyway!
  • Todd Parsons 2012/12/11 15:14:44
    Yes
    Todd Parsons
    +2
    For $100K I better get MORE than a thank you from that slut
  • lil crazy 2012/12/11 14:59:50
    No
    lil crazy
    I don't expect a thank you but I usually get one because it is the polite thing to do.
    If he would give me $100,000 gift I would be very grateful and maybe even think a bit better of him.
  • Luxxie 2012/12/11 14:59:31
    Yes
    Luxxie
    It's all about being polite.
  • Elizabeth Raggett 2012/12/11 14:58:09
    Yes
    Elizabeth Raggett
    And he is surprised? I wonder how many people his arrogant ass has thanked. Actually, she needed to thank him. And they both are a piece of sh_t!
  • roxie 2012/12/11 12:28:17
    Yes
    roxie
    +1
    A Thank You is only right.
  • glen 2012/12/11 12:19:27
    Yes
    glen
    +2
    It's called common courtesy. Thoughtful not thoughtless !
  • Tordgaard 2012/12/11 11:37:37
    Yes
    Tordgaard
    +1
    It's called common courtesy; at least the lady has the 'common' part down pat.
  • Luke 2012/12/11 11:33:33
    Yes
    Luke
    +1
    An acknowledgement is appreciated
  • memebev1 2012/12/11 11:32:13
    Yes
    memebev1
    How hard can it be to say Thank You...Of course you may be so stoned you don't remember.
  • Starchild 2012/12/11 11:29:57
    No
    Starchild
    He was an idiot to give her a $100,000 gift. Hopefully he learned a lesson. If he wanted gratitude, he should have spent the money on helping poor people living in shantytowns or something.
  • Bolrog 2012/12/11 11:18:51
    Yes
    Bolrog
    +1
    That is jsut the courteous and civil action to do; especially when it involves this amount of cash. Wonder if they can cancel the check? Probably not as Lilo obviously ran to the bank to cash it before dashing off to the nearest crack house for some celebrations with friends.
  • Christopher Kirchen 2012/12/11 11:08:43
    Yes
    Christopher Kirchen
    +1
    It's the proper thing to do. I don't mention it if I'm not thanked but I then think twice about doing favors for that person again.
  • VampFreak13 2012/12/11 11:01:17
    Yes
    VampFreak13
    I would always say thank you...it is the right thing to do...that being said...what did he expect...this from the perfect one...NOT... :)
  • ℂynthia 2012/12/11 09:26:30
    Yes
    ℂynthia
    +1
    If I give someone my time to help them, I expect a thank you from them. It's nice to feel appreciated.
  • Muinaiset 2012/12/11 09:24:32
    Yes
    Muinaiset
    +1
    If I do someone a favor a little gratitude would be nice. It wouldn't bother me too much necessarily, it's just rather disrespectful.
  • Dyonus 2012/12/11 09:02:53 (edited)
    Yes
    Dyonus
    +1
    One little word (or two...depending on your preference) isn't too much to ask if I do something for you, right?



    I mean, I'm not going to call you on it, but I will feel less likely to do things in the future because it makes me think you're not grateful. And I know I'm not alone on this.



    I don't feel like I'm asking too much. I don't even want a thank you card. I just want a verbal appreciation (or type out the six letters for "thanks" if we're IMing or Texting each other...or even three letters if you're lazy..."thx".)



    And if you're not grateful, then good...I don't have to do it next time. I don't do things just to be thanked, but it makes me feel like my efforts were appreciated.

    Besides, it's just good manners.
  • Mae 2012/12/11 08:34:10
    No
    Mae
    If you do something nice for someone, wanting to be publicly praised, then that will be all the reward you get for it. If you did something nice for someone because you wanted to do the right thing, then you should not seek public accolades for your actions. The Lord will bless you for your generosity in his own due time.
  • Cat 2012/12/11 08:32:01
    Yes
    Cat
    +4
    Three words:

    1. civilized

    2. decency

    3. gratitude
  • VampFre... Cat 2012/12/11 11:03:17
    VampFreak13
    +1
    Considering who we are talking about the first word automatically negates the second two...Good thought tho in a perfect world... :)
  • Tattoo Nana 2012/12/11 07:33:57
    Yes
    Tattoo Nana
    +1
    I was raised to send thank you notes after receiving a gift. It is common courtesy and not hard to do. It means a whole to the person who gave you a gift or whatever, when they get a nice thank you in their mailbox. It is customary to use snail mail to send the note. I've noticed that sending thank you notes has about ceased, I guess the parents now don't think it's important to teach this to their children. I always made my children write thank you's within a week of receiving a gift. And now, as young adults, they all still do write thank you's. That makes me happy :)
  • Denny 2012/12/11 07:27:19
    Yes
    Denny
    +2
    A good deed??? maybe not but hey charlie give me $100,000 and I'll see what I can do.
  • MarkelFaith 2012/12/11 07:24:56 (edited)
    Yes
    MarkelFaith
    Yes! Maybe not all the time but its more the principal of it that matters most plus that person show appreciation to for what you've done for them. Just like when some woman don't say thank you to the Guy that holds the door for em' or complements them on how nice they look(no perversion meant nor we're they hitting you, just a genuine complement) and woman would acts like she to good to say thank you. I've seen it happen more then I care to count and also had it happen to me lol (no hard feeling of course) but I can see why more men aren't holding doors or giving complements as much anymore. Why do somethin for someone just to be treated like S#!t afterwards right after a which you stop caring and Charlie imo Shouldn't given Lilo that but he did and the least she could do is say thank you cause he didn't have to did it.....people are so ungrateful these days
  • Cuckold 2012/12/11 07:23:24
    Yes
    Cuckold
    +2
    No, I mean.... It depends. For 100K, I'd expect a reach-around.
  • Mvr 2012/12/11 07:12:33
    No
    Mvr
    +1
    It all depends. I have a beautiful close friend who was there for me at my worst, and when she asked for help, and said thank you I didn't expect it from her for all that she did.
  • lurx: the soda jerk 2012/12/11 07:11:19
    No
    lurx: the soda jerk
    +2


    We superheros, never expect a thank you from the general public.
  • wildbill 2012/12/11 06:57:18
    No
    wildbill
    +3
    Charlie Sheen lives in a drug induced reality.

    How would he remember if anyone thanked him or not?
  • lady blue 2012/12/11 06:49:01
    Yes
    lady blue
    +4
    It is proper social etiquette to say thank you to someone who helps you in any
    measure especially for a gift of this amount of money ! I expect a thank you when I
    do a favor howsoever big or small because it is important to me that my kindness is acknowledged and appreciated.
  • BuggaBoo 2012/12/11 06:32:32
    Yes
    BuggaBoo
    +2
    of course, but why in the hell would he spend that much for her?
    I would only pay that much to never see of hear of her again
  • Meako 2012/12/11 06:29:31 (edited)
    Yes
    Meako
    +2
    Yes, it takes10 seconds to let someone know you appreciate them and what they did for you. Its common courtesy.

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