• A EChissypop I'd throw hands if a stranger touched my
strangers stuff
after strangers at the library ask me
to watch their stuff
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    • Death before dishonor
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    • Some person made me watch their kid once. Ryan if you're out there, don't tell your mom I let you hit that girl with a rock after she tried taking your hot wheels.
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    • It's the secret code of the college library "Hey bro imma get lunch can you watch my stuff?" You ALWAYS must accept unless you have class in 15 minutes
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    • “Watch my stuff for me please” “you got it”
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    • When you ask a stranger to watch your stuff, then memorize their face and if something goes missing you can assume it’s them. They know this and will protect your stuff
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    • You don't break the sacred temporary pact you make when a stranger asks you to watch their seat/stuff. If you do, you're a dick.
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    • One for my baby
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    • They chose me, I'm not bout to let them down
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    • If someone entrusts me to watch their stuff for a moment imma watch it, don’t touch their shit or I’m coming for ankles
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    • Can someone make like a social experiment where one person sets up their stuff and then later ask someone to watch their stuff. Then when they leave someone else goes up to the stuff and try to claim the stuff is theirs, see how the person reacts
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    • “My stranger”
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    • One for my Baby
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    • Your chances of choosing one individual to watch your stuff, and them turning out to be trustworthy, is higher than your chances of every single passerby being trustworthy if your stuff is left unguarded.
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    • I was drunk walking Into target cause they had a McDonald's inside and this biker guys says to me "Man I forgot my lock can you watch my ride?" No hesitation I said yes. Guy took about 15 minutes and let me tell you it was great. I got to sit on his chair and when he came out he thanked me. Best
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    • Someone threw a bag next to me and told me to watch it and if someone takes it let him know. A girl came by who said it was hers. I believed her and she took it. The guy came back and asked who took it. I think of the first thing that came to mind and said it was a small fat girl with brown hair.1/2
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    • I will not bring shame upon my bloodline therefore I must guard their stuff with my life!
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    • Charisma On Command said this is a good way to make friends. It subconsciously puts into their mind that they like you: “Why am I protecting this person’s stuff? He must be a friend.” Then when you come back and get it, you can strike up a convo and gain a new friend or date.
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    • Couple years back, I found a big bag of different boxes of teas and a set of bluetooth headphones with cat ears. I sat on a bench and kept them at my side until a pair of teenage girls came by and saw them, and they thanked me a whole bunch and I felt really good about myself.
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    • That is weird how that works, you’re worried a stranger might steal your stuff so you ask another stranger to watch your stuff
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    • Its a social contract and a man is only as good as his word. "Your word is your bond son"
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    • “Wow, you must value that stuff more than you value another’s well being”
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    • Humans are fascinating
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    • ATTENTION IFUNNY GAMERS:
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    • I went on a field trip to a university in my state and during our lunch break some guy asked us to watch his stuff (he left his MacBook just sitting out) and it was weird. I feel like I had seen him at my high school in previous years.
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    • I can’t let anything happen to their stuff what if they’re disappointed in me
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    • How does one attach their hands from body, still can't figure it out
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    • I sucked off that cat
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    • If someone asks you to protect something, act like its your own property and defend that shjit
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    • When you give people responsibility, they take it more seriously.
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    • You watch that shit and protect it w your mf life.
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    • You completely stop doing what your doing too and just watch
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    • Hehe I was once walking to this mcdonalds and I found an absolutely sloshed guy sitting in a bikers chair. What an absolute madlad
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    • Beautiful baby boy
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    • One for my baby
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    • This is the way
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    • That level of trust is already there. Protect their things till your death
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    • Someone trusts me and I’m not going to let them down. 😕
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    • Is that a Marlin model 60?
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    • Like if you would fuck the stranger
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    • Best way to steal
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    • Where are the comments?
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    • I don’t ask strangers for shit cause I don’t trust people at all
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    • Ifunniers are too stupid to know what a library is
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    • Omg..
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    • You ask me to watch yo stuff ima watch it at my house
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    • I always feel so honored when a stranger asks me to watch their stuff. I feel like the chosen one
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    • Happened to me at a dollar general. Mother forgot her wallet in the car, asked me to keep an eye on her 2 kids 1 baby while she went and got it. She came back, still freaky.
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    • Robbin they ah
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    • I’d avoid strangers for this BUT if a stranger next to me trusts me for this responsibility then it cannot be avoided, you have to do it
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    • One time a lady at the movies asked me to watch her kid while she went to get popcorn. I was very confused.
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    • I know that’s right
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    • Facts
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    • You're wack if you don't take it seriously when someone asks this
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    • One for my baby
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    • Once a guy asked to hold his dog on the leash outside of Walmart, dog was so chill acted like he knew us his whole life
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    • Like shopping carts, tests whether people will do the right thing even when there’s nothing forcing them too. The person watching could easily walk away but a sensible person knows, I don’t want someone doing that to me so I won’t be the person to start that cycle of mistrust.
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    • That's a marlin 60 22lr semi automatic
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    • I always trust people at my college library to watch my stuff. Never had my trust broken once
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    • Its the fact that out of everyone around them they seen you and trusted only you with their stuff, its an honor really.
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    • Stranger says hey watch my drink *mission acquired* defend drink with life
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    • "One for my baby"
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    • I say “yeah I’ll watch it” then leave. Rule number one never trust anyone
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    • One for my baby huh
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    • Football.ua
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    • I have sworn an oath
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    • On What Would You Do show a person was supposed to watch another one laptop and a person spilled coffee all on it and blamed them
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    • Ok twitter whore
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    • "Dont touch my..." looks into camera "Stranger Things."
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    • “Oh, you’re approaching me and my strangers bags?”
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    • I’m pretty sure it’s because of the effect of not wanting to let someone down when they’re putting trust in you. It’s something so simple, yet such a beautiful trait of humans.
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    • Stop asking me to watch your shit
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    • bitch took a screenshot of her own comment
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    • I'm more likely to stand up for someone else's stuff than my own
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    • I'll protect this guy's phone until I di--oh, he's back, bye bye!
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    • I was off the clock on my lunch break at work and some lady goes "hey watch my stuff" and goes to the bathroom. I dunno how y'all would react but i fuckin dipped.
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    • There was an episode of what would you do where they asked someone to watch stuff and then sent someone else in to “steal” it. People really do fight for complete strangers.
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    • Their things become more important than mine
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    • Wont die for a stranger but will gaurd a strangers book with my life
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    • I like this kind of die hard vibe keep it up
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    • And if you ask me to watch your kid that’s my kid now aint nobody gonna mess with them.
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    • Has that ever happened? Like someone tried to fw something that they told someone else to look after bc i feel like thats never happened
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    • If a stranger asks me to watch their stuff I say that I will guard their stuff with my life
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    • Becoming a guardian of the stuff is a high honor. This person bestowed their trust unto you; therefore you must pay your debt by doing as they bid.
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    • Touch their shit imma be like Gucci Mane on May 10th 2005
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    • This was good
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    • just say no. I dont get why people choose to have this burden when someone else can see that they left their stuff with you and try to take it. you wouldnt fight with your life for it.
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    • Tis an oath that can not be broken.
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    • Touch the stranger’s stuff and you lose all your limbs
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    • Gmax Inteleon
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    • One time somebody asked me to watch their stuff and didn’t come back for an hour.
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    • This happened to me and some fat cracker woman with her 3 cracker kids kept getting to close to the stuff man
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