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Asking someone to do a favor to you without the willingness or commitment to doing favors is best!
Doing a favor for others is better than having one done for yourself. You feel satisfaction in helping someone out. Eventually, you will have a favor done for you.
For me giving is much more beneficial than receiving. Just the feeling you get down deep in your heart is such a wonderful feeling.
I would saying do favors. Simply because it shows good character. It makes people respect your more as a person. The more you do for other people, the more likely they will be willing to do for you if ever you were in the need. If you are someone who always ask, you may seem greedy, and more of a "bum". Those who ask for favors all the time, tend to get annoying. People will start to rethink their relationship, and be less likely to help after a while. If you are one that always gives. People view you as dependable.
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