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a mysterious phone call

Post by Vega » Wed May 16, 2007 11:47 am

Let me tell my little story :)
Well, I was watching TV when suddenly someone phoned me. I put up a handset and said Hello, Speaking please(in russian) etc...but I didn't heard anything except silence, so I put a handset down and went on watching TV. Then, about 30 minutes later phone was calling again. It was a girl :roll: . She said 'Hi', I said Hi. :P I asked her who are she want to? She said me.:P Then I asked her who gave my number to you? She said nobody. Well, then I said what are you want from me..She said that she liked my voice when I were answering to the first call...Then we were talking about different things. She ended up to have a meeting.
I said yes, I will come...But I didn't go. :?

If you were me, would you go?

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Post by Dixie » Wed May 16, 2007 12:08 pm

Of course you shouldn't go! I'm sure it's someone from your school, or maybe a neighbor, but, as far as you know, it's a stranger.

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Post by Vega » Wed May 16, 2007 1:55 pm

Perhaps you're right, but I was about to go to see her but changed my mind.

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Post by jrkp » Wed May 16, 2007 3:23 pm

If I were you, I would go, but I´d try to find the way to see her before the meeting..... Doing this, you´ll be aware what kind of person you´ll be dealing with... For example, If she were your friend, it wouldn´t be any problem but If she were a stranger, you could analyze her in the distance and then follow your instincts.... who knows? Perhaps she´s the love of your life and you´d be wasting the chance to find your happiness.....

I suggest you a few alternatives to achieve this: You could arrive late and hide into the bushes or maybe you could send a good friend first to check her out and later he or she would give you a complete report about it...

I wonder... what would you be losing if you go to meet her?

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Post by roses » Fri May 18, 2007 12:43 am

I do not like to be pessimistic. I would advise you to not see this unknown person.

There are some criminals who operate this way. They get someone to lure you out of the house, and in your absence you are robbed. One of my relatives has had this experience. A common trick is to pretend to be one of your relatives who is in trouble.

Another concern is that you are, possibly, being lured to a place where a group of people can rob you.

You were wise not to go. You should put the phone down in such situations. If you think that the person is genuine then ask them for their details such as their relation to you, the company they represent etc.

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Post by MooNboy » Mon May 28, 2007 10:13 am

You did the right thing man!

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Post by Elba » Fri Jun 01, 2007 11:24 pm

Definitly you must not to go.Do you know the number of kidnapping that take place arround the world is that way?? Be careful.

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Post by Vega » Sat Jun 02, 2007 10:40 am

Thank you very much for your comments!

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Post by Bambang » Tue Jul 10, 2007 6:25 am

Dear Xkalibur

I would go to see her.

I would also bring my supernaturalists and psychologists with me so that I would easily handle any danger and could analyse the mental health of that starnger.

What should be afraid of?

Just make an appointment to meet at a safe place,such as a cafe, resto or the like. And don't foret to make sure that everything would be alright at home when you are out.

Dear Xkalibur.

Supernaturally speaking, you are not easy to get cheated, kidnapped, robbed, or the like.

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Post by Vega » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:17 am

bambang wrote:Dear Xkalibur

I would go to see her.

I would also bring my supernaturalists and psychologists with me so that I would easily handle any danger and could analyse the mental health of that starnger.

What should be afraid of?

Just make an appointment to meet at a safe place,such as a cafe, resto or the like. And don't foret to make sure that everything would be alright at home when you are out.

Dear Xkalibur.

Supernaturally speaking, you are not easy to get cheated, kidnapped, robbed, or the like


I didn't go because I thought I am not ready for a relationship ...You should always thinking about her, take care, phone her, hang out with her, say nice words, prove that you won't give up her if something happens, all in all you must be able to love her...That's a huge job, man. :)..I've got more important things to do.

Hypernaturally speaking, I have no desire to do all those things. :roll:

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Post by Bambang » Tue Jul 10, 2007 6:24 pm

Dear Xkalibur

Then, psychologically speaking, there's no problem at all.

If you don't have any intention yet to have a special relationship with someone, then it's not a big deal. That's even better dude. You'll have no burden when talking with that mysterious girl, man.

Just meet her, and talk as friends, as what you are doing to all girls in this EC forum.

Supernaturally speaking you are not a coward.
In fact, you are a brave "tiger" my friend.

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Post by mamuta » Wed Jul 11, 2007 12:42 pm

Xkalibur wrote:...That's a huge job, man. :)..I've got more important things to do...I have no desire to do all those things. :roll:
...but I suppose you want someone to do all those things FOR YOU, pal :lol:

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Post by Krisi » Thu Nov 08, 2007 12:45 am

Xkalibur, I have no comment. :P :P :P

(So this was the one you mentioned to me in the other post, huh!) :P :P (same boat, welcome me /or you!?!?) :P :P

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