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    So a group of my friends in my A level year, before an important revision session for an exam, spiked a girls drink with laxatives, so that instead of being able to attend she had to go to the toilet and was hysterical and very upset when she was found (they had removed the toilet paper from the bathroom before she entered it), I do not really agree with what they did, but they thought it was the right thing to do.

    My friends will be going to differed universities than me. So should I just distance myself from them until my A levels finish and I begin university.
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    As I do not really wish to be drawn into the conflict.
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    You 'dont really' agree with what they did? What they did was absolutely terrible. And for letting them get away with it makes you just as bad.


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    Hahahahahaha damn.

    Yeah that's mean, distance yourself from them and don't take anything from them
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    (Original post by LiquidGold)
    You 'dont really' agree with what they did? What they did was absolutely terrible. And for letting them get away with it makes you just as bad.


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    Well, my A levels are soon to be over and I just want to concentrate on getting into university. The girl does not realize that she was spiked and thought that she just had a bad case of diarrhea I believe. So maybe me interfering would just meddle with the situation.
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    (Original post by bittr n swt)
    Hahahahahaha damn.

    Yeah that's mean, distance yourself from them and don't take anything from them
    Great advice!
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    (Original post by LiquidGold)
    You 'dont really' agree with what they did? What they did was absolutely terrible. And for letting them get away with it makes you just as bad.


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    I would like to do what I can to help the girl. In my defense, I did not know about the spiking of her drink. In the past they have bullied her but I have not helped them, so I imagine that they thought (correctly) that I would not be interested in doing such a nasty thing to her and so they spiked her drink without telling me.
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    (Original post by bittr n swt)
    Hahahahahaha damn.

    Yeah that's mean, distance yourself from them and don't take anything from them
    I really did not agree with what they did though. So hopefully one day they might be a bit nicer!
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    It is difficult I suppose.
 
 
 

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