By Kin - 25/10/2009 20:48 - United States
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Hey, better safe than sorry. It happens 90% of the time, but if you can't take rejection, then you're not fit for the real world. And I've only had the whole "Yes, it's a fake number, now you get the message that I..." thing once. Normally, when a girl gives you a fake number, it's under the impression that you'll take it and go home, where the rejection happens while she's not there, thus making it painless to her. That plan is broken when you say "Bish! This is a fake number!"
the fact that she gave him a suicide hotline number DOES NOT mean that he's suicidal. I have a couple friends who have given creepy guys who ask for their numbers the suicide hotline number just because they didn't want to give the guy their number. they've also given guys the line to Hogwarts. point is, don't make dumb assumptions.
Um, Suicide help line? I think this is made up. wouldn't the suicide help line have a far more different number than a regular cellphone/home phone number? like a 1800 or 1900 ? If not than......Damn you got owned lol.
Turn it into the phonesex hotline! "Mmm, baby. Yeah, your voice is so hot. Speak slower...slower...now speak faster. Enunciate, enunciate!"