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By RequilaRainbow / Thursday 26 January 2012 07:34 / Canada
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  downtime  |  12

138, You would fuck over someone you don't know for the hell of it without even being drunk? That's not something I'd be proud of if I were you. You're pretty much a walking mistake. I'd be suprised if your parents haven't had doubts about whether abortion really was such a bad idea...

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Holy shit, 154. Calm down! When did taking a bite of a stranger's burger become fucking them over? It might taste wonderful, but I'm sure they could manage to move on with their life.

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  downtime  |  12

...Well if we are going to be pedantic, since when did fucking someone over mean they'll never move on with their life? Ruining someones meal is fucking them over. I don't know, maybe I'm old fashioned, but I don't think you need to beat someone within an inch of their life to be fucking them over. But that's me. If someone feels comfortable ruining experiences for others who they don't know for their own shits and giggles then you can safely assume this is trending behaviour that will repeat in other circumstances. Therefore, the individual is guaranteed to be a fuckwad. Sorry to break it to you.

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  Manganimegrl  |  16

154/186- Wow, someone doesn't know the meaning of fun and sheer silliness. I would eat someone's hamburger any day, especially a really tasty-looking one. Don't go crazy because you saw a weird comment. I'm a very weird and quirky person, thank you very much.

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  TayonaC  |  10

15. The point of a liquor store is to get liquor. And It's pretty likely that you'll get drunk drinking liquor.lol And he won't stop selling, it's his job.

By  KelBelAndNats  |  7

Eww. I just hope you didn't continue eating the burger :-/

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  KelBelAndNats  |  7

46, I actually worked for McDonalds for a few years when I was in high school. KFC too. So I do know what goes on behind the scenes there. There's a reason I don't eat fast food and the amount of people that don't wash their hands and then touch the food is that reason. Although someone touching a burger bun is a lot different to taking a bite out of it.

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  KelBelAndNats  |  7

You seriously put way too much thought into that. I am not an idiot - I am well aware people have to touch food. I choose to wash fruit & vegetables I buy from the supermarket; I choose to be sanitary in my eating habits. Clearly you are taking what I said too literally. Obviously there are limitations to how much I can avoid strangers touching my food. It would be insane to think otherwise. But I certainly am not about to keep eating something a random stranger has taken a bite out of - if someone left a half eaten burger on a tray at a McDonalds, would you just pick it up and eat it? I certainly wouldn't.

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  Roevera  |  14

Did they really? That exact lecture? Is strangers touching your food with their bare hands/ lips a common occurance in your town? what if they wear gloves?

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  KelBelAndNats  |  7

I'm not sure if you're aware of this 80, but people are disgusting. A lot of people don't wash their hands regularly. A lot of people are not sanitary. It's not that it is a bigger issue where I live than anywhere else in the world, it's just my parents tried to avoid my siblings and I taking food from strangers, or sharing with strangers. Plus I have a sister with a suppressed immune system - being sanitary, especially with food, is kind of a necessity.

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  downtime  |  12

FearShrine, it was obvious they were talking about MINIMISING the number of people touching the food, you know what they meant. I certainly also hope you can distinguish a difference between someone packing a burger to someone putting it in their mouth. Most importantly, someone who shows an obvious disregard for sanitary behaviour.

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  desireev  |  17

10- No! It is NOT 'of'!! They were correct! It is, in fact, 'have'! I can understand little spelling mistakes and other grammar mistakes.. But this one just urks my nerves. It is 'should have...'. NOT 'should of'!

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  TheDrifter  |  23

I'm feeling optimistic today, so I will go with the possibility that this was not the night's first liquor run and op might have been more wasted than the guy eating her burger.

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  downtime  |  12

9, That's not true at all. If they were sitting down for example it would be very easy to lean over them and bite while they weren't paying attention or looking the other way. Besides, whether or not they could have prevented it from happening means little to nothing when you consider it shouldn't have been done in the first place. Not everyone will respond the same way, don't be a douche.

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