For these five cards, which I’ve rubber-banded together for you, please charge $24.57, $27.50, $27.55, $32.14, and $35.06, respectively.
Hi, quick question about the bill: Is it possible to split it thirteen ways?
Thank you so much! Big groups are really annoying, I know. I used to be a waiter, for a month in college, so I totally get it. We don’t want to split the bill evenly because that’s not fair to the person who only got an appetizer salad (even though that’s really on Lynne, don’t you think?). But I’ll try to make this as simple as possible.
So, first of all, please put twenty dollars on the American Express card. That’s mine, and if I have to be the one explaining all this I’m giving myself a discount.
For the MasterCard with the last name Cahen, let’s go with forty-two dollars. Although she claimed the mozzarella sticks and curly fries were “for the table,” she failed to obtain group consensus on the matter in advance.
Paula wants to know if you have any kind of short-term financing available. She’s going through a bit of a hard time right now, because she works in digital publishing. Please charge her first installment of $2.89 to this Bank of America debit card, last name Rafalow.