Quickly pick up the $20 before anyone else comes in and sees it.
Use it to buy your lunch for the day.
Turn it into the office.
Go into the lunchroom and ask if anyone has lost a $20.
Since he/she is a friend, you tell them they can have the sweatshirt for $10.
You notice that you have a bunch of sweatshirts left, so decide to just give them the sweatshirt.
You check with the store supervisor to see if you can discount the sweatshirt.
You spill something on one of the sweatshirt and tell them it has now been discounted to $10.
After attempting the test, there are only two answer that you do not know, so you let Alex help you.
Since nobody will know, and you don't want to have a bad grade, you let Alex help you on the test.
You go ahead and take the test and accept whatever grade you get.
You speak with your teacher and explain the situation. If they then tell you that you have to take the test anyway, you figure they don't care about your situation and you decide to take Alex up on the offer.
You get online and check the game score.
You turn the phone into your teacher or give it directly back to Sam without accessing the internet or making any calls.
You not only check the game, but send a text to Alex about the score.
You put the phone in your pocket and thank your lucky stars that you won't have to buy a new one to replace the one you ran over with your car this morning.
Both of you come up with some really creative stories that you decide to share on Facebook.
You decide to confront your friend about their action, and if you don't like their answers you can always post those pictures from 2nd grade.
You laugh, but tell your other friend that it wouldn't be a good idea to cause deliberate hurt.
Since they paid for the CD this is legal to do.
You should go and buy your own copy of the CD.