It's a statement, and "yes" it's weird. :DOriginally Posted by whl626
"no next time" means, there won't be a next time, I won't help you again.
I find the use of past tense 'helped' with future 'next time' a bit awkward. The simple present would work better since it expresses a habit:
I only help once, no next time.
Also, it would make more sense if 'only' comes after 'help':
I help only once, no next time.
And then added -s to 'times':
I help only once, no next times.
Or, made it into two sentences:
I help out only once. There is no next time.
What a sad thing to say.
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