Please Be The Judge.



Me again.

This time, I need your opinion on something, so feel free to leave a comment.

My sister told me a story about her friend who was out with another friend. On their way, a guy drove up to them and asked if they wouldn't mind if he gave them a ride.

They said they didn't mind and hopped in.

According to my Smallie sister, the guy invited them to go somewhere so they could get snacks and a drink. They obliged.

When it was time to leave, he drove them in his car to a place they directed, and as they were leaving, he was like they should give him their numbers.

They said no and walked away.

Here's where I need your opinion... Were they wrong to have refused him his request?


Cos me, I was applauding them already... They didn't asked for him to do all that.

Let's hear from you.




Vincent Isibor
20 Nov

Hmmmm. They were not wrong. Giving out phone numbers is very personal. If they do or not it is their choice. Phone numbers are private.


Epiphany Arthur
20 Nov

Thank you!

I too think that giving out phone numbers is a decision a person has to make on their own and on their own terms.

To the guy (and a good number of people who out there), he earned their phone numbers because he gave them a ride and took them to get snacks.


Yellow Ifrit
20 Nov

One important part of the story is missing. How did the guy look? Is he foooine? If yes, can I give him my number instead? 

See all diswan I'm saying na just format. Knowing me, I'll probably do the same. 


Epiphany Arthur
20 Nov

Na so!

Whether or not he was fine or foooine, I dunno. I do know that it's too late to do anything about it. 😊😊😊😊


Yamin Nuruddin
20 Nov

If I were in their shoes, I won't give him my number too.

It's just that unless they really know the man's background, it is dangerous to give something that is really personal and valuable to you, to strangers. Contact numbers are valuable to me. 


Epiphany Arthur
21 Nov

Well, thanks for joining the train, my friend! People actually see phone numbers as a way of paying for giving you some form of attention. 🙄🙄🙄🙄


Boom Shakalaka
24 Nov

Not wrong at all. He's not entitled to anything (and neither are they.)

He offered them a ride, and then asked for their phone numbers. They said no, their choice.


Epiphany Arthur
25 Nov

The truth has been spoken!!!!

I'll refer to this comment whenever someone has a different opinion about stuff like this. 😊😊😊😊


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