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21. Posted by Peter (Admin 5791 posts) 11y

Quoting SamSalmon

Chances are she never put herself in the position where someone could spike her drink-does this make sense?

What does that mean, she never ordered a drink from a crowded bar?? Seems kind of over the top to me. Her saying's nice at face value, but I agree with the others, it doesn't really hold up - there are tons of people who are taken advantage of without their 'permission'. And likewise, there are many people taken advantage of who assume the other person has their best interests at heart, but without realising what they're getting themselves into. They rarely are actually giving permission to be taken advantage of though.

p.s. please don't slander other guests on the site - not everyone sees things the same way.

22. Posted by WeeJoe (Respected Member 336 posts) 11y

Wow, this is my first time back to this thread since i posted on it, i didnt realise that id sparked a heated debate. Sam, i didn't mean any offence to you or the columnist in question, i just didnt believe the statement was true in every circumstance.

23. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

Say nothing and keep a blank face !

Only you know what you are thinking. Perhaps you volunteer when it's not really necessary to. Give the other person a chance to do something for him / herself.