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  • Of course I would. He was only trying to get in on the passenger side.
  • Well I'd take his wallet first. No drunk person needs to be driving.
  • fark no.

    I've even called the cops when I see/smell someone smoking a joint while driving. twice in Toronto and once in philly.

    fark you assholes
  • redmid17: Well I'd take his wallet first. No drunk person needs to be driving.


    I drive without my wallet all the time.
  • That hidden camera what would you do show they have on here in the states pisses the hell out of me.

    You know what I would do? Nothing. Because I'm not a busy body.

  • Mark Ratner
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    Of course I would. He was only trying to get in on the passenger side.

    Well that ended what could have been a fun thread. Done in one - Say goodnight, Gracie.
  • vabeard: redmid17: Well I'd take his wallet first. No drunk person needs to be driving.

    I drive without my wallet all the time.


    I'm not giving it back. All sort of useful credit cards and cash in there.
  • Do they intend to travel in the same direction I'm going? That could matter.
  • Misread it as: If a quite obviously drunk guy gay asked you to help him get in his car, would you?

    Had to really ponder for a moment there.
  • Taped Dec 5 2012 my ass, I'm almost positive I've seen this exact video before
  • If Hitler asked you to electrocute a stranger, would you? Probably.

    /read this story/study in my sociology class. People are sheep indeed.
  • I don't talk to strangers. He's on his own.
  • Think of the situation more broadly. Being locked out of your car isn't, in itself, an issue. It's only an issue when it's stopping you from accomplishing a goal. The best course of action is to first determine what that goal is and then decide how to help him second.

    Maybe his phone is locked in the car and he needs it to call a ride. Maybe his wallet is in the car and he needs it to pay for a taxi. Maybe he wants to access his car to drive it. Maybe it's not even his car...

    I'd offer to call someone for him. The police or AAA could help him get in the car (if it's his). And I'd be happy to call a friend of his to come pick him up. My point being, I'd be happy to help you accomplish your root goal, but I'm not going to blindly help a stranger gain access to a locked car.
  • I am a kind and compassionate person, pretty laid back and always willing to help others. Don't ask me to help you drink and drive, you will not like the result and I will have to get rid of the body.
  • So people will help someone in the immediate while disregarding future esoteric risks to others? Huh.
  • Of course I would. I'd also tell him to hurry up and drive fast so he could get off the road as soon as possible.
  • People in the United States would mind their own business and stay away if only for the legal liabilities.

    /Hot females and men may not apply to the above.
  • Crappy actor. Doesn't seem drunk. Looks like he has some kind of physical disability.
  • CSB:

    The "Daish-daish-da-oooh" story.

    A friend and his brother were getting ready to leave a party and noticed a woman doing the "repeatedly stab at the door lock with the key" dance.

    Being gentlemen, they offered to drive her home and one of them would follow in her car. But they couldn't get an answer as to where she lived... She kept saying "DAISH-DAISH-DA-OOOH!"

    They finally figured out that she was trying to say "Reisterstown Road."

    To this day, I can't hear "Reisterstown Road" without wanting to yell out in full drunken tardate vox...
  • I don't have many social hang-ups but the most prominent among them is my intense dislike for interacting with drunk people under any circumstance. Tipsy people are irritating, drunks enrage me. I know the whole thing is irrational but I just can't help it.

    So no, I probably wouldn't help.
  • wallywam1: Crappy actor. Doesn't seem drunk. Looks like he has some kind of physical disability.


    Came here to say the same.

    Also, it's from confused.com...

    The people helping/stopping the man getting in the car are probably all actors (and if they are not, then they would have been picked from a casting from photos of 'real people')

    They have a really shiatty casting process and pay crap money.

    /Actor.
    //I get confused.com scripts/castings all the time (even though I don't want them)
  • Lemmy Kilmister: fark no.

    I've even called the cops when I see/smell someone smoking a joint while driving. twice in Toronto and once in philly.

    fark you assholes


    "But dude, I have a prescription."
    I'm with you there man. I don't care if you're drinking, burning or you just took a couple T3s you're under the influence. It's not fair to the rest of us on (or near) the road that you risk our lives, health or damage to property because you think you can "handle it". About a quarter of the collisions I see are people on medication in the hospital parking lot. Everyone needs to appreciate they aren't the only thing that matters in this world/they aren't invincible.
  • A Shambling Mound: I don't have many social hang-ups but the most prominent among them is my intense dislike for interacting with drunk people under any circumstance. Tipsy people are irritating, drunks enrage me. I know the whole thing is irrational but I just can't help it.

    So no, I probably wouldn't help.


    You sound like you could use a drink
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