Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?

Do these sentences make sense (and if they do, which one sounds better):

a) "Don't abuse my gnerosity."

b) "Don't push my generosity."

Note: I mean for the person not to ask something which would unreasonable.

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  • 1 month ago
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    A - would be the better choice.

    You could also say, "In what you're asking for, you're testing the limits'.  

    Or the old adage of, "I give you an inch and you take a mile."  Which means I offered you something and then you took advantage and asked for/took more.

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