By Wendizzle - / Friday 27 January 2012 05:35 / United States
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Why??? Hitch-hiking would be a much better idea.


(Like home sweet home)

  BeefyQueef  |  5

The situation has passed days probably days before this fml was even published. It doesn't seem anyone realizes that, and all the suggestions they're giving out are irrelevant.

  sammyf89  |  13

49, I highly doubt that anyone genuinely believes that these fml are happening live. The advice is basically a "what you should have done" sort of advice or even helping people who find themself in a similar situation in the future.

At least there are some people on the Internet who are still willing to help and give advice instead of just trolling and abusing.

By  hummingbird94  |  2

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  JurassicHole  |  5

21- she'd*

We don't know where she works, it's quite possible she works in a dodgy part of town and to walk home could potentially put her in danger of many horrible things. She's from DC and that's a big city for anyone to be walking a fair distance by themselves at night. Better safe than dead in a ditch or worse...

Anyways, hope you've worked things out now OP.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

21- There's a huge difference between walking and driving time. She could live 10-15 minutes away by car, which could potentially equal 2-3 hours of walking, or more. Obviously in that case you'd rather pay for a ten minute cab ride than walk for two hours in the middle of the night.

  thesiwel  |  0

last bus might cost $10 and if forced a taxi $60, a taxi might cost half your earnings but at least you get home. The company might also subsidies taxis in that situation

  rokmonkey18  |  0

The only reason she's taking a cab in the first place is because she missed the last bus and her father forgot to pick her up. So it would make sense to ride in a cab even if it is expensive.

  sietseld  |  12

I work an hour away from where I live...when I take the bus, if I missed it I would have to take a cab. Yes, it would be expensive, but what other choice do I have? I'm certainly not going to walk 50+ miles on the highway carrying all my things.

  tygerarmy  |  35

If I could do it in 3 or less hours I'd walk home. I'd be calling friends, loved ones and cab companies the whole time, but I'd do anything to get away from work.

By  saIty  |  17

Chance of being mugged while walking home- 62%

Chance of being staying overnight under a desk- 88%

Did you know that 76% of all statistics are made up on the spot?

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