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    If someone you had never met, but you have mutual friends with, approached you and asked for a picture to send as evidence of meeting to the mutual friend, would you take the picture?
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    depends on if the person was a weirdo or not.
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    (Original post by mkap)
    depends on if the person was a weirdo or not.
    What's your definition of a weirdo?
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    (Original post by anonymousm3)
    What's your definition of a weirdo?
    well why would he be asking for a picture, i would just get my mutual friend to tell the person that me and them are friends
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    I'm not sure why you would need evidence. I mean - is it likely that you'd lie about meeting them?
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    (Original post by mkap)
    well why would he be asking for a picture, i would just get my mutual friend to tell the person that me and them are friends
    Maybe he finds it funny and knows his friend with absolutely hate it

    (Original post by Vicky628)
    I'm not sure why you would need evidence. I mean - is it likely that you'd lie about meeting them?
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    I won't share my pictures with someone I don't know in person.
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    It sounds like he wants to take a picture of a really hot girl to prove to his friend that he has a really hot friend.

    If so: Yes. That is weird.

    Or he's trying to set the two people up, which is less weird but might be unwelcome.

    Or he's lying and wants a picture of his own for those long, lonely nights he spends indoors, which -is- weird.

    So like everyone said: Context. It does lean to weird, though.
 
 
 
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