What would you do in this situation?

A woman approaches you in a restaurant and asks if you are alone while also proceeding to ask if you want to go to her house. You willingly agreed to go to her house and then she asks if you want a drink then she spikes your drink with drugs after you said that you will be coming back.

However when you come back you are greeted by the woman and outside the door are two guys which will rob you and beat you up.

What would you do?

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  • I'm very suspicious if someone asks me directly if I'm alone. If I don't like the way someone asks me if I'm alone, if Im single, or married, or whatever I don't trust them, and just want get away from them. Sometimes when someone asks me those sort of questions if it makes me uncomfortable I straight up ask, "why, what difference does it make"?

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  • anytime any random woman approaches me its a scam

    its just the way it is

    minute she walked up id tell her to fuck off

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  • Score !

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  • I'm a bi woman so, my answer is as follows: I wouldn't go back to her house at all. It doesn't matter whether or not she's hot. Lesbians in NY aren't of good quality. XD

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  • I wouldn't of gone to her place on the first place.

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  • Run.

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  • Avoid

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  • Probably wouldn’t have gone back to her house or done much acknowledging of her invitation to begin with 🤷🏻‍♀️ Guess I’m an asshole.

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  • Depends how heavy they are.

    Three bodies is a lot of dragging around and disposal.

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  • Run away...?

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  • Do I know the drink is spiked in this hypothetical? Because then I'd obviously just ignore it and try to escape out the window

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  • I wouldn't go anywhere with her in the first place. Random woman approaches me, questions me and immediately wants me to go with her?! Hookups don't work that way - this is a scam of some sort.

    I'd tell her to go away. Also I've never been alone in a restaurant. Most times my girlfriend (now wife) is with me.

    And if a random woman started hitting on me in front of my wife, she will not hold back and tell the bitch off good XD

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  • I've had people ask me if I wanted to dine with them; and I have occasionally asked others the same. Having a conversation partner and making new friends is great.

    I've never been approached sexually in such a situation, and I would immediately reject such an approach.

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    • Wife? Did y’all get married recently?

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      • I'm not sure you can call 9 1/2 years ago recently; and we were just talking about celebration possibilities for our 10th anniversary last weekend.

        I grew up in a generation where people often would ask another solitary diner if they would like company for lunch or dinner. Yes, that includes people of the opposite sex too.

        This is just casual (platonic) and I've met some really interesting people this way in my life.

        I'm extremely choosy on sexual partners. In my entire life there's not been a single one that I did not know for at least several months first.

        My wife knows that I commonly meet single men and single ladies, and occasionally couples without her present to discuss things (I like assisting others to do better in life - and only 1 of those out of well over 500 ever developed into a friendship that turned sexual - and that took over 3 months).

        She's not worried about my doing that as she knows how picky I am and that I don't just fall for a stunning body and/or a pleasing personality.

        We've both had some interesting experiences in life and we both got married rather later than most - and had experienced and seen a lot.

        The result is that our wedding vows are only:
        - Honesty in all things
        - That no issues or situations could not be resolved if identified in a timely manner to the other party and dealt with compassion for the other person.

        For the 2nd one we openly discussed before marriage that resolving issues was not always going to be easy or quick, and we may need counseling to get through it (and we spent 6 months in counseling on our 1st major issue).

        Everything else was "Expectations" which could be changed (and we changed a few of them after being married a year or two).

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  • PULL DOWN MY PANTS SO THEY CAN FINISH THE BEATING

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  • I'm in a committed relationship so I wont.

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