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|Oct 28 2007, 04:12 PM|
I don't mean to be a prude or sound paranoid (and in truth, I am a bit paranoid -- well, a lot paranoid, which is ironic considering Rick's half-point in the next post).
My thinking is this: Don't drug me in any way shape or form, because if you put something in my drink, in my cake, in anything, frankly? I'll never trust you again. Because that suggests you have the ability and thought process to drug me or force me to ingest something I otherwise wouldn't. And that could mean that I'd be extra paranoid in the future of other people, thinking they could have easily spiked a drink or put roofies or other drugs in my servings.
The thing is, I watch "Passions." I see someone try to kill Sheridan with acid in her drink (circa 2000). So now I'm alert to those things. If I go to a restaurant, honestly? I'll dip my finger in there to make sure it's not acid, before drinking it. We live in a crazy world. And I'm in the media, which means some people could want vengeance for something I've done on the clock. :lol:
Remember "American Pie?" How Stiffler got the cum-laced drink and drank it, accidentally? That taught me to pour my own drink at parties with people of questionable character (meaning, through a friend of a friend, as opposed to a friend).
Life brings with it lessons. Many, fortunately, can be learned on TV. See the precautions I've made, taking a cue from TV and film?
The point is, don't take chances. And if I were Drake, okay, maybe I could forgive her. But what if, down the line, I pissed her off for some reason? It happens in every work place, you know. My point is, I would be nice to her face but I wouldn't accept anything she gave me, ever again.
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