I'm struggling with the right word to fit this person or situation. Let's say someone's having a party and says he'll buy the pizza for $60. He goes to pick it up, but before leaving, a cousin hands him the money to pay for it. After he returns with the pizza, his mom takes him aside and hands him $60, saying "I'll pay for the pizza". Then his dad hands him $60 and says "I'll pay for the pizza". Then his sister gives him $20 and says she'll pay for part of it. And then a couple aunts and uncles offer him reimbursement. In short, the guy never actually paid for the pizza using his money, but took everyone's money, choosing not to say that he's already been paid. Meanwhile, everyone at the party feels like they paid for it, but really they just put money in his pocket. Maybe his thought was "hey, they wanted to give me money, so I just let them." He's not a "cheat", he's not a "liar", and he's not "crafty". I'd say it's scummy, but that's more of an insult than a description. Is it dirty? Underhanded? Deceitful? Those all seem too generic. What's a good word for this? What word would you use to describe someone like this? Or the situation? I've been playing with this idea for a while and was wondering what the writers thought. Thanks!