So the other night a good friend of mine and I were stoned, he had his feet propped up on the table in front of us, near my almost new(got it a month or so ago), scientific bubbler. Well, as you might expect, when he went to move his feet, he hooked it and pulled it off the table at just the right angle so that the base connected with the bottom part of the table. As soon as it happened, he obviously felt bad and kept saying "oh man I'm so sorry, I'll get you a new one." After the clean up process, I'm putting the shards into the trashcan when he says "I gotchu on half for a new piece." to which I said: "Ohhh... I'm sorry man, I really can't afford to buy a new piece. I JUST got this one a month ago." So he, clearly shaken that I would ask of such a thing replies "Okay dude, I'll get you new one." and that was the end of it. I wasn't mad at him but I was obviously pretty upset when it happened. Before I got this, I was smoking out of a bowl with a hole that was too large to put anything in it, so I had to cut up a piece of aluminum foil into a screen each time I loaded a new bowl. After I got this bubbler, the difference was night and day. He told me he would pay me back in a week or so when he got money from his roommate for rent, but just to be sure I wasn't just waiting on him, constantly having to pester him to pay me back, I asked him to come with me to help me pick out a replacement that I would pay for upfront. What I want to know is: was this a dick move? Should I tell him he doesn't have to pay me back? I should also add that I'm always the one sharing while he rarely, if ever, contributes. Its not like he comes over and asks to start smoking. I just have it, I like to smoke, and I guess I just like to share. So the big picture from my point of view is that: I smoke him out all the time while he rarely reciprocates, and he destroyed the primary smoking device I use to smoke him out. TL;DR: Friend who I smoke out a lot broke my new(ish) bubbler by accident. Should he replace it?