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    Girls,
    Usually, when a stranger asks you in the street your cell-phone number or to take a drink in a pub, do you accept it or not? And Why?

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    I have a few times. It's pretty flattering really and it seems mean to say no, like giving a rejection for no reason.
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    when they ask for my cell-phone number i always say 999
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    I wouldn't just go off with some random person to the pub, but I might give my number out if they were nice. I'd be more likely to accept their number though, than give out my own
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    (Original post by Aurelpey)
    Girls,
    Usually, when a stranger asks you in the street your cell-phone number or to take a drink in a pub, do you accept it or not? And Why?

    Thanks, it is a kind of report
    I would not accept it. It is just I see no reason to go to a pub with a stranger: We don't know each other and it is not a familar feeling for myself, if I am drinking something in a pub with people who I have never met before. *

    People who are in a friendship with me get my cell-number. *
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    Ok, I see, thanks for all your answers!!
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    depends, if he seems nice then why not. I woulddnt give him my number tho, just give you snapchat or something so if he gets annoying i can delete him. i have a good bs radar so if i detect hes a f***boy i say no in a polite way
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    With a stranger for a date (and today there are many applications for that, Tinder for example) ? to learn a new language (Couchsurfing.com for instance ?
    I have the feeling that people are more open-minded only when they are abroad and when they need to speak a new language.
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    (Original post by mkap)
    depends, if he seems nice then why not. I woulddnt give him my number tho, just give you snapchat or something so if he gets annoying i can delete him. i have a good bs radar so if i detect hes a f***boy i say no in a polite way
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    Plus, with all the means we have today it's easier than ever to be connected!
    so, may be numbers are just for close friends
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    I know nothing about this guy. Stanger danger.
 
 
 
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