By Apissedoffguy - 03/06/2012 15:20 - United States - Brockton
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70 - There are several ways to support the fact that (he claims) he doesn't know her. 1. He can make her (if she has a cell phone or home phone) call him and show his girlfriend that he doesn't have her number saved and prove they did not exchange any texts before. 2. He can take her name and show his girlfriend he doesn't have her on Facebook (which you usually have people you know on it on your friends list) 3. He can ask the random girl to identify several things about him, and unless she is a professional stalker, she wouldn't be able to say much about him. However, 1 and 2 will work just fine even if she is a stalker :).
#95 - There are quite a few flaws in your arguments. Like what I assume #70 implied, it's quite easy to prove that you know someone with the direct opposites of the solutions your provided, however, things aren't that easy when you have to prove that you don't know someone. 1. Not having someone else's phone number or having that person as a Facebook friend doesn't instantly prove that you don't know that particular person. It just proves that you have no form of contact which could easily be uncovered. After all, you and the other person could easily have memorized each other's numbers or have other means of contact. Considering that OP's girlfriend has so little trust in OP, isn't it likely that her thoughts would be something along those lines? 2. Furthermore, I don't think that it's plausible to claim that you don't know someone simply because you can't provide any information about that particular person. It would work if you were trying to prove that you knew someone by providing information about the other person, but it doesn't really work the other way. After all, one could just claim not to have any information about the other person even if he did know the person really well. Things don't always work both ways. I get that you're looking it at from the viewpoint that this person is some random person that probably had no idea who OP was, but look at it this way too. What if the person's intention was to deliberately cause problems for OP? At this point in time, even if she didn't know OP personally, she could easily pull out and adopt another approach - by pretending not to know OP while at the same time dropping obvious hints that she might. OP's girlfriend would probably believe at this point in time that both OP and the other person were lying. 3.In addition, we have to once again take into account the lack of trust OP's girlfriend has in him. In such a situation, she would probably be able to speculate and come up with many other theories than just the 2 that I've proposed. That pretty much means that without some solid evidence that OP had never met that girl before, he's not going to be able to get himself out of this.
Your girlfriend doesn't trust you that's bad u proably did something that made her not trust you or she's just got trust issues
So did you just drive away after she started knocking instead of rolling down the window and saying, "who the fuck are you?!" because if so, that would look a bit suspicious