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    We'd just got off the train after a 5 hour journey, and hadn't eaten for about 10 hours. We went to a nearby TESCO supermarket to buy some food.

    He just picks up a bottle of coke out of the fridge and walks out, leaving me to pay for my items on my own.

    I met him outside and said to him 'What if you get caught'?

    He said that I shouldn't worry so much because we were about to board another train to London.

    I've been ignoring him on social media ever since.

    I just don't know if I'd count him as a friend after what he's done.

    Should I report him?
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    I've been ignoring him on social media ever since.

    I just don't know if I'd count him as a friend after what he's done.
    You have good morals and values, I applaud that


    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    Should I report him?
    Not worth your time and effort tbh, just move on


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    Im assuming you're talking about the coke drink btw,if its the other coke.....
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    I just don't know if I'd count him as a friend after what he's done.
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    We'd just got off the train after a 5 hour journey, and hadn't eaten for about 10 hours. We went to a nearby TESCO supermarket to buy some food.

    He just picks up a bottle of coke out of the fridge and walks out, leaving me to pay for my items on my own.

    I met him outside and said to him 'What if you get caught'?

    He said that I shouldn't worry so much because we were about to board another train to London.

    I've been ignoring him on social media ever since.

    I just don't know if I'd count him as a friend after what he's done.

    Should I report him?
    You just mad because you wish you had the balls to do it too.
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    Why are you so angry about it?
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    No, don't report him.....If he gets caught its his fault. But till then just leave it.
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    Wait what :lol:

    Please tell me this is a troll.
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    We'd just got off the train after a 5 hour journey, and hadn't eaten for about 10 hours. We went to a nearby TESCO supermarket to buy some food.

    He just picks up a bottle of coke out of the fridge and walks out, leaving me to pay for my items on my own.

    I met him outside and said to him 'What if you get caught'?

    He said that I shouldn't worry so much because we were about to board another train to London.

    I've been ignoring him on social media ever since.

    I just don't know if I'd count him as a friend after what he's done.

    Should I report him?
    Cool story bro ....yep I'll :getmecoat:
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    Tell him what he did was wrong. If he doesn't show signs of regret or appreciate you telling him what he's done, let him go. Even though it's not a big deal to many people, don't comprimise your values.

    Thinking about it now, though, everyone steals. Hell, even the coke he bought is evil for stealing water supplies from India which has and continues to destroys lives and communities. In fact, one could even argue he was right to steal that coke from Tesco as a way to rebell against this **** world we live in. But then again, one bottle of coke isn't exactly going to hurt anyone.

    Meh, forget it.
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    This is a red flag. If I was you I would stay away.
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    slippery slope... he will expect you to do other bad things after this...
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    (Original post by Blackstarr)
    This is a red flag. If I was you I would stay away.

    Stay away from coke.
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    Coke is bad kids
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    Gotta love the tesco in caps as if it's the most important part of it.

    N.. Not Tesco.
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    What they all said? Why are you so bothered? If he gets caught it falls on him. He's an idiot, but thats a different matter.
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    personally I'd let it pass if it were a lilt. wouldn't even give it a second thought for a rubicon. but a coke? from TESCO? slippery slope that. better buy him some crampons before he slips right down to rock bottom.
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    Don't report him for lovin the coco ivy.98
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    You probably shouldn't report him but maybe it would be better to tell him that what he's doing could get him in a lot of trouble, or maybe ask him why he felt he had to steal it? Either way, just do whatever feels right to you
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    (Original post by Longshot700)
    Gotta love the tesco in caps as if it's the most important part of it.

    N.. Not Tesco.
    :rofl:

    I laughed at this probably more than the joke necessitated. No regrets.
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    Stolen coke is better tho. The secret ingredient is crime
 
 
 
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