Giving and Receiving. Watch
yeah i would help you with a broken car, although i hope someone else would help me if i was in the same position - charity comes from the heart and selfishness. ALthough i n london i probably would walk straight by, the only palce where i would intervene is in a fight, where id probably get the **** kicked out of me. London is not the place to offer help or give it to strangers, pull out ur wallet to give em £1 for the bus and they mug you.
Depends what kind of favour you're talking about Sire
you're right there.... I've heard stories about how people attack you by first asking you the time, then pouncing when you look down at ur watch. i normally stop and help people with directions when i'm at home, but i'd be alot more wary in the capital - it's just not as friendly
i live in london, ill help peopel as long as it doesnt involve going anywhere dangerous or pulling out a wallet if they ask me, but im not gonna ask random ppl if they need help or else ill be mugged or offered even more dodgy drugs
that's something i gotta learn more about... how to act in london. I'm going there for uni - going to be a big change for a small city person like me. ppl say it's not particularly safe to take certain tube lines after a certain time.. is that true?
where are you going, what area, its ok, you just keep to yourself and dont draw attention.
Any favour you wish to discuss. I only posted the thread after a discussion about giving and receiving head, but I thought I'd leave that up to the posters if they chose to go off in that direction. Do you believe that one must give head if they wish to receive head? Or is it fine to have one person reaping all the benefits?
umm imperial, so South Kens. I'll probably be going up to High Barnet in Hampstead Heath some evenings though...