So here is the predicament:
Second year university I took a physiology course, and I needed the Anatomy and Physiology textbook for it. This textbook is band new and it retails for I think close to 170? And me being the poor college student that I am refused to buy it new, so i was able to borrow an older edition from a friend of mine. Of course, being the lazy bum that I am I left the textbook in my locker over the summer and the student association that is in charge of running that section of lockers went all storage wars on my locker. Well not really, they just raided it and told me to claim it in the office.
I did not know that, and did not claim my stuff, so they ripped it apart and they salvaged what was worth money aka the textbooks and piled them up to auction it off the the members of the council, CORRUPTED I KNOW.
So i find out that they are taking my friend's textbook away and i'm like freaking out, because she is asking for it back. So i went to get it back and the council member goes "why dont you just take the most current edition" and finds me the one in the best condition and hands it to me. I needed this textbook again, so I hesitated but took it. My friend was also able to claim her older edition one back on a separate occasion, so that saved me the trouble.
So I used this textbook for the upcoming semester when I finally decided to take anatomy. But now I have this brand new mint condition current edition of this Anatomy textbook, that I would feel too guilty to sell......
So it sits in the trunk of my car untouched, and I am too attached to it to give it away. Trust me, I get attached to things too easily, which is why I dont buy textbooks. The day I sold off all my first year textbooks I felt like I was giving a funeral to each and every one of them.