Go to PM dude.I was trying not to reply as was told to go to PM but just 1 last one.
We seem to be arguing about semantics now rather than the actual point.
However, you seem to have made up a new name for a loan.
Let's take Angelino as a good example. When he went on loan to Leipzig the agreement was that if he played 20 (I think) games then they would be obligated to buy him. In your explanation this isn't an obligation to buy as it was conditional on him playing 20 games. As it turned out he did play 20 games and they were obligated to buy him but may not have done if he broke his leg in the 1st game. So what would you call this?
I'd call it a conditional obligation to buy.
No idea of the context or background of this post but gave it a like for the articulacy of response. Even more impressive given that it is not in the posters native tongue.This “joke” was completely uncalled for as I hadn’t posted anything that met your definition of myself. I am not humorless, it’s quite the opposite: my tone gets mistaken for a number of things as I am not a natural English speaker and can’t make my comments sound maybe lighter. I once joked I should add “mate” at the end of my posts to be more “likable”; I could never do that as I avoid inauthenticity. But when you hit that Ignore button, never again will you see my so-called aloofness or “cocksure style”. And from your pedestal you won’t need to tell me to “chill” as if I’m supposed to take lightly mean-spirited jokes or, like you now just did very objectively, bizarre characterizations.
And you can join the idiots who make highly prejudiced comments (that are allowed to stand, unlike some harmless stuff I have posted in the past, interestingly...) and accuse those who call them out on it as “snowflakes”
Loan with obligation is like paying with Klarna; it seems like a bargain but then soon enough the payment is due and you’re gutted.I actually think this loan with obligation to buy stuff is interesting. There's a bit of controversy around it.
It's ran its course here but if you want to carry on your discussion in a new thread in the General Football Forum then you're more than welcome to.
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