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    So there I was sitting at home... drinking my tea having just finished my breakfast and watching delightful Friends on the TV machine. The doorbell rings. Without a doubt there was an air of apprehension within my persons. I open the door and there is a old man and woman.

    I had a feeling **** was going to go down once he pulled out the classic "can I have a few moments of your time?" line... Me being the nice guy I am, replied in the affirmative and then next thing I knew, I was sucked into a vortex I was not able to escape. They went on and on about happiness, and I answered their questions, but all I wanted to do was **** off back inside the house. I was not able to.

    After around five minutes or so, I told them that I wasn't particularly interested. Don't get me started on the awkward silences, aha. They asked if I would have a look at little brochure and give my opinion on it in "the near future", and I stupidly agreed. I just thought it would be rude to say "no" since it was such a small thing to ask for.

    I'm ****ed.

    I know one day that they're gonna come and due to my pussy ass willpower to say "no", I'm gonna be converted.

    Please... give me some advice on how to avoid such circumstances. J'ai peur...

    Im sorry but from the way you have described it, it's innevitable that they are going to come and take you.

    I suggest carrying on your person at all times a small vile of Arsenic or crab's eye(Abrus precatorius) and when they next come ..take it.

    Death is the only escape.
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