View Full Version : If Someone Says Trust Me, do you?


KilljoyKlown
04-19-11, 11:04 PM
What I think, is if they have to ask for your trust, why should you? If they haven't already earned your trust, what they are really asking for is for you to make yourself available as a mark.

In any event, if anyone ask for trust, I see a red flag. Do you think I'm right or wrong in that assessment?

YoYoPapaya
04-19-11, 11:06 PM
You're right, trust me.

SciWriter
04-19-11, 11:48 PM
In God We Trust; Others Pay Cash.

KilljoyKlown
04-19-11, 11:59 PM
You're right, trust me.

Trust you to what?

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:07 AM
In God We Trust; Others Pay Cash.

No we don't, God doesn't exist, so trusting in God is foolish. Then what does that make our money? Phoney as can be. As long as I can spend it I don't care.

Skeptical
04-20-11, 12:11 AM
To be too stingey in giving trust is bad. To give trust too easily is worse.

People have to earn my trust. Even then, I am cautious. I trust very few people totally. But there are a few!

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:42 AM
To be too stingey in giving trust is bad. To give trust too easily is worse.

People have to earn my trust. Even then, I am cautious. I trust very few people totally. But there are a few!

Of those few would you trust your life to any? And if so why?

Skeptical
04-20-11, 12:57 AM
I have already trusted my life to other people, when assistance is required in hazardous sports.

chimpkin
04-20-11, 01:32 AM
I trust people as little as I absolutely have to.
I don't think I've had anybody flat-out ask me for my trust, although a lot of panhandlers use the line "I wouldn't lie to you."
Which if they didn't make me very nervous-wondering if they're going to mug me-I'd probably laugh at that.

Enmos
04-20-11, 03:48 AM
If Someone Says Trust Me, do you?
No, unless I already did.


What I think, is if they have to ask for your trust, why should you? If they haven't already earned your trust, what they are really asking for is for you to make yourself available as a mark.

In any event, if anyone ask for trust, I see a red flag. Do you think I'm right or wrong in that assessment?
I trust no one fully, but there is such a thing as 'practical trust' I guess.

However, you can trust me fully. I'm a 100% trustworthy. Belief me. Please...?
:cool:

John99
04-20-11, 03:51 AM
What I think, is if they have to ask for your trust, why should you? If they haven't already earned your trust, what they are really asking for is for you to make yourself available as a mark.

In any event, if anyone ask for trust, I see a red flag. Do you think I'm right or wrong in that assessment?

Ever hear of the word reassurance?

cosmictraveler
04-20-11, 08:26 AM
Ever been to a doctor, dentist or even attorney? Those are just a few of the people you will have to trust one day or another with your life or your well being. If you don't trust then you won't be using any of those people ever. I don't know anyone that doesn't trust those kinds of people as well as many others. We take a very high risk when we trust others but can only hope they will not harm us but actually do some good for us as we would do to them.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 11:11 AM
However, you can trust me fully. I'm a 100% trustworthy. Belief me. Please...?
:cool:

That sounds like desperation begging of a horny dude. No thank you.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 11:14 AM
Ever hear of the word reassurance?

From who? Another family member, just a friend, a wanna be girl/boy friend or a stranger?

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 11:21 AM
Ever been to a doctor, dentist or even attorney? Those are just a few of the people you will have to trust one day or another with your life or your well being. If you don't trust then you won't be using any of those people ever. I don't know anyone that doesn't trust those kinds of people as well as many others. We take a very high risk when we trust others but can only hope they will not harm us but actually do some good for us as we would do to them.

Yes, but do you consider all doctors to be equally trustworthy? If you find yourself in a position where you have to trust a doctor, because not trusting a doctor is a worse choice. How do you minimize the risk or do you?

cosmictraveler
04-20-11, 11:26 AM
Yes, but do you consider all doctors to be equally trustworthy? If you find yourself in a position where you have to trust a doctor, because not trusting a doctor is a worse choice. How do you minimize the risk or do you?

Sometimes you may have the time to evaluate many doctors to help you out if you are experiencing a medical problem that isn't an immediate threat to your life. Then you should take the time and investigate the choices that you can choose from. That said there will be times where time is of the essence and when you are involved in an automobile accident as an example you can't take the time to examine who you will be trusting with saving your life.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 11:30 AM
I trust people as little as I absolutely have to.

Sounds like you've been burned a few times to many.


I don't think I've had anybody flat-out ask me for my trust, although a lot of panhandlers use the line "I wouldn't lie to you."

:D Red Flag waving vigorously.


Which if they didn't make me very nervous-wondering if they're going to mug me-I'd probably laugh at that.

Yeah! Don't think I ever met a panhandler that wasn't looking for drug money. Probably a good idea to put some distance between them and you.

Enmos
04-20-11, 11:38 AM
That sounds like desperation begging of a horny dude. No thank you.

lol!
Thanks man :bugeye:

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:08 PM
lol!
Thanks man :bugeye:

I noticed you just went over 40,000 posts. I would say congrats but I didn't get invited to the party.:D:D

drumbeat
04-20-11, 12:15 PM
What I think, is if they have to ask for your trust, why should you? If they haven't already earned your trust, what they are really asking for is for you to make yourself available as a mark.

In any event, if anyone ask for trust, I see a red flag. Do you think I'm right or wrong in that assessment?

A little.

It depends who says it. If a relative is about to fix my car and I'm unsure about it, he can remind me that he does know and that he's not some next man.

If a mechanic has to say trust me though, that might ring some alarm bells though. :D

Enmos
04-20-11, 12:16 PM
I noticed you just went over 40,000 posts. I would say congrats but I didn't get invited to the party.:D:D

I didn't even notice.. :D

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:16 PM
Sometimes you may have the time to evaluate many doctors to help you out if you are experiencing a medical problem that isn't an immediate threat to your life. Then you should take the time and investigate the choices that you can choose from. That said there will be times where time is of the essence and when you are involved in an automobile accident as an example you can't take the time to examine who you will be trusting with saving your life.

Shopping for a good doctor whom you are compatible with is not something many people do when they have the time. So they just have to hope what they get is good enough. If the situation is an emergency where death will result without treatment, any doctor is better than nothing.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:18 PM
I didn't even notice.. :D

Yeah! I feel that way about birthdays.

Enmos
04-20-11, 12:19 PM
Oh, by the way.
I take it for granted that people trust me when I tell them something.
If it then turns out that they don't trust me, I can't help feeling insulted.


Yeah! I feel that way about birthdays.
Same here. Who needs birthdays?

cosmictraveler
04-20-11, 12:20 PM
Shopping for a good doctor whom you are compatible with is not something many people do when they have the time

I was thinking more along the lines of a good specialist that you might need with a specfic problem like kidney disease or other diseases that you might be afflicted with. In those cases you could find a better specialist that might be in your community at another location.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:21 PM
A little.

It depends who says it. If a relative is about to fix my car and I'm unsure about it, he can remind me that he does know and that he's not some next man.

If a mechanic has to say trust me though, that might ring some alarm bells though. :D

You sound like a man that paid good money to have a problem fixed and it didn't get fixed. Been there done that.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:25 PM
I was thinking more along the lines of a good specialist that you might need with a specfic problem like kidney disease or other diseases that you might be afflicted with. In those cases you could find a better specialist that might be in your community at another location.

In the past that kind of shopping wouldn't be easy. But might be now over the Internet. Has anyone done Internet research to find a doctor and been happy with the result?

Anti-Flag
04-20-11, 12:33 PM
You can't trust anybody. Honestly.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:33 PM
Oh, by the way.
I take it for granted that people trust me when I tell them something.
If it then turns out that they don't trust me, I can't help feeling insulted.

Aah! The hot (Insulted) button. Now the trolls have a new way to irritate you.

Whether I trust someone or not, I usually give them the benefit of the doubt and very sincerely fake it.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 12:36 PM
You can't trust anybody. Honestly.

I do believe that was honestly your opinion, and it sounded good to me.

Enmos
04-20-11, 12:55 PM
Aah! The hot (Insulted) button. Now the trolls have a new way to irritate you.
lol They are free to try ;)


Whether I trust someone or not, I usually give them the benefit of the doubt and very sincerely fake it.

:confused:

Or did you mean "and very rarely fake it"?

Oh, never mind. I misunderstood. You fake the outward impression.
Do you think "Yada yada yada" when faking? :D

Enmos
04-20-11, 01:02 PM
You can't trust anybody. Honestly.

Not even your fellow misanthrope? :D

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 01:15 PM
Oh, never mind. I misunderstood. You fake the outward impression.
Do you think "Yada yada yada" when faking? :D

No, Just because I don't yet trust you, doesn't mean I distrust you either, and for sure I'm not ready to push your irritate button. Currently from what I do know about you is your a good guy to have in my corner if I ever need you there, and it's in my best interest not to piss you off.:D

Enmos
04-20-11, 01:36 PM
No, Just because I don't yet trust you, doesn't mean I distrust you either, and for sure I'm not ready to push your irritate button. Currently from what I do know about you is your a good guy to have in my corner if I ever need you there, and it's in my best interest not to piss you off.:D
Good thinking :p

What exactly did you mean by trust in your OP?
Trust that they are telling the truth/have good judgment, or trust that they won't betray you?

cosmictraveler
04-20-11, 01:40 PM
Trust that they are telling the truth/have good judgment, or trust that they won't betray you?

Look at Egypt and what happened to President Mubarak. He trusted America to be his ally then was thrown under a bus by this administration. What do you think that says about trusting America today? I'm noit saying Mubarak was correct in his ways but he did get billions from America for aid to help his country although he probably took some of that aid for himself.

Emil
04-20-11, 01:54 PM
If Someone Says Trust Me, do you?
I think the answer to this question is more complex than how it seems at first sight.
For me as an agnostic, is not sufficient "trust me". I must understand myself. But not everyone is agnostic, there are also "believers".
Also depends on the circumstances. Think about the relationship between student and professor. Or someone who has more experience than me in a certain area.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 02:36 PM
Good thinking :p

What exactly did you mean by trust in your OP?
Trust that they are telling the truth/have good judgment, or trust that they won't betray you?

Well I've been burned more than once mostly by a woman I wanted to believe in, and she frequently asked me if I trusted her. Either way I answered her, worked out bad for me. But mostly I lied and said I trusted her and that only made me a better mark for her to take advantage of. Sense then I've learned nothing you say to a sociopath is going to save you from being screwed over. I know most people are not sociopaths, but it's hard to over come a hard lesson learned.

I don't know for sure but the stereo type of a used car salesman saying “trust me” does come to mind a lot, and I truly believe more often than not when someone says trust me. He has either lied or is about to lie to you.

Enmos
04-20-11, 02:44 PM
I don't know for sure but the stereo type of a used car salesman saying “trust me” does come to mind a lot, and I truly believe more often than not when someone says trust me. He has either lied or is about to lie to you.

Ok, a lot of people are manipulative that way.
They want you to trust them so they can take advantage of you.
However, not everyone is like that. I, for example, am pretty straight-forward with such things and tell people that they can trust me if I can tell that they are hesitant to let me help them.
I don't know, perhaps I'm setting them up for disappointment in the future by having them trust people...

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 02:50 PM
I think the answer to this question is more complex than how it seems at first sight.
For me as an agnostic, is not sufficient "trust me". I must understand myself. But not everyone is agnostic, there are also "believers".
Also depends on the circumstances. Think about the relationship between student and professor. Or someone who has more experience than me in a certain area.

Very good point. I believe there are lots of situations where you can trust someone for some things but not others. Example a man might trust his wife to take good care of the kids, but not someone he could loan money to and ever get any of it back. Or a good religious friend cannot be trusted to tell you the truth about God. After all how could the deluded fool even know he's lying to you? When it come to teachers and mentors you can usually be sure you are getting the best information as they learned it, but still not trust them enough to loam them money.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 02:53 PM
Ok, a lot of people are manipulative that way.
They want you to trust them so they can take advantage of you.
However, not everyone is like that. I, for example, am pretty straight-forward with such things and tell people that they can trust me if I can tell that they are hesitant to let me help them.
I don't know, perhaps I'm setting them up for disappointment in the future by having them trust people...

I wouldn't think that way, however I feel about you is completely independent of how I might feel about anyone else. So rest easy on that score.

Enmos
04-20-11, 02:55 PM
I wouldn't think that way, however I feel about you is completely independent of how I might feel about anyone else. So rest easy on that score.

Oh, I wasn't worried ;)
I just used myself as an example to make a general point.

Skeptical
04-20-11, 02:56 PM
The rule of thumb I work to is that about 10% of all people have no conscience, and will do whatever benefits them in a selfish way, as long as they can get away with it.

Another 10% of people are utter saints to the ridiculous extreme, and will be prepared to harm themselves in their attempts to help others. Most people fall in the middle group, and are essentially decent people, who will be happy to help you, as long as it does not cost them too much.

If you do not know which group a person belongs to, it would be crazy to trust them, since they might belong to the 10% of conscience-less a$$holes.

Enmos
04-20-11, 03:04 PM
I think you have your percentages screwed up.

Emil
04-20-11, 03:06 PM
Or a good religious friend cannot be trusted to tell you the truth about God. After all how could the deluded fool even know he's lying to you?
I think they do not lie.
But there is a difference between "believers" and agnostics.
We have different standards to accept something as fact.

Skeptical
04-20-11, 03:22 PM
To Enmos

My percentages are not plucked out of the air. A few years back there were a series of surveys which came up with the 10% of everyone is lacking conscience figure.

It appears that this applies to all sectors of society, which explains a lot. For example : 10% of catholic priests are conscience-less a$$holes. Thus we see the large number of priest pedophiles or priests in other sex scandals. Catholic priests have the same 10% totally 'evil' bastards as the rest of society.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 03:31 PM
The rule of thumb I work to is that about 10% of all people have no conscience, and will do whatever benefits them in a selfish way, as long as they can get away with it.

Another 10% of people are utter saints to the ridiculous extreme, and will be prepared to harm themselves in their attempts to help others. Most people fall in the middle group, and are essentially decent people, who will be happy to help you, as long as it does not cost them too much.

If you do not know which group a person belongs to, it would be crazy to trust them, since they might belong to the 10% of conscience-less a$$holes.

Just getting close to anyone in that 10% will change everything about your life and there's no picture I can paint that can make you comprehend like an actual experience would. Even knowing how you work it's not always very easy to know a person is a sociopath until it's to late for you.

Enmos
04-20-11, 05:44 PM
To Enmos

My percentages are not plucked out of the air. A few years back there were a series of surveys which came up with the 10% of everyone is lacking conscience figure.

It appears that this applies to all sectors of society, which explains a lot. For example : 10% of catholic priests are conscience-less a$$holes. Thus we see the large number of priest pedophiles or priests in other sex scandals. Catholic priests have the same 10% totally 'evil' bastards as the rest of society.
I thought "10% of all people have no conscience" was a dysphemism, but I guess not then.
The only people that literally lack a conscience are psychopaths and sociopaths. Together these comprise about 5% of the population, which is half of what you claimed.

However, if you were using it as dysphemism and you just meant to indicate assholes, then your percentage was far to low in my opinion.

Also, I have serious doubts about your percentage for "utter saints to the ridiculous extreme". 10% Seems awfully high. My guess would be closer to 1% if not lower.
Do you have a source for this?

Skeptical
04-20-11, 06:06 PM
Enmos

The number 5% you mentioned was, in fact, the result of one survey mentioned in the New Scientist article I read on that topic. But different surveys came up with different percentages, and I use 10% as a rough average. We could debate the exact figure, and get nowhere in that debate. If you prefer to run with 5%, then I have no problem with that.

The 10% 'saint' figure is not one from a survey. That is simply my own estimate based on personal observation of human behaviour. Again, if you want to claim it to be 1%, then I am not going to argue. Any such estimate will have a large error factor, and will depend on exact definitions.

Obviously, any specific survey will get a different figure depending on its definitions, and its test methods. So big errors are inevitable. So I suggest we do not argue numbers, and simply accept that there is a significant bunch of people at each end of the normal distribution curve for empathy and altruism.

Probably the main point is that there is a very large percentage of the population that could be referred to as "normal, decent" people. Whether they make up 80% or more or less, they will be a large majority, and they can, most of the time, be trusted to behave in a more or less decent manner.

However, we still need to beware of the conscience-less minority, whether 5% or 10% or more.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 06:16 PM
I thought "10% of all people have no conscience" was a dysphemism, but I guess not then.
The only people that literally lack a conscience are psychopaths and sociopaths. Together these comprise about 5% of the population, which is half of what you claimed.

However, if you were using it as dysphemism and you just meant to indicate assholes, then your percentage was far to low in my opinion.

Also, I have serious doubts about your percentage for "utter saints to the ridiculous extreme". 10% Seems awfully high. My guess would be closer to 1% if not lower.
Do you have a source for this?

I would ask if you are only talking about diagnosed cases? In my opinion psychopaths and sociopaths are the extreme end of that spectrum of persons lacking some level of conscience. Also there are probably more psychopaths and sociopaths loose in society that have never been diagnosed and then a much larger percentage of lessor conscience impaired persons. I think the 10% figure could very well be reasonable when you think of it that way.

Enmos
04-20-11, 06:28 PM
Enmos

The number 5% you mentioned was, in fact, the result of one survey mentioned in the New Scientist article I read on that topic. But different surveys came up with different percentages, and I use 10% as a rough average. We could debate the exact figure, and get nowhere in that debate. If you prefer to run with 5%, then I have no problem with that.

The 10% 'saint' figure is not one from a survey. That is simply my own estimate based on personal observation of human behaviour. Again, if you want to claim it to be 1%, then I am not going to argue. Any such estimate will have a large error factor, and will depend on exact definitions.

Obviously, any specific survey will get a different figure depending on its definitions, and its test methods. So big errors are inevitable. So I suggest we do not argue numbers, and simply accept that there is a significant bunch of people at each end of the normal distribution curve for empathy and altruism.

However, we still need to beware of the conscience-less minority, whether 5% or 10% or more.
I can live with a 5% difference :)
My confusion stemmed from my asumption that you didn't mean it in a literal sense.


Probably the main point is that there is a very large percentage of the population that could be referred to as "normal, decent" people. Whether they make up 80% or more or less, they will be a large majority, and they can, most of the time, be trusted to behave in a more or less decent manner.
Hmm.. this estimated percentage will be largely dependent on personal experience and also ones personal definition of "normal, decent people".
In my estimation the percentage of complete and utter assholes is at least 30%.

Enmos
04-20-11, 06:35 PM
I would ask if you are only talking about diagnosed cases? In my opinion psychopaths and sociopaths are the extreme end of that spectrum of persons lacking some level of conscience. Also there are probably more psychopaths and sociopaths loose in society that have never been diagnosed and then a much larger percentage of lessor conscience impaired persons. I think the 10% figure could very well be reasonable when you think of it that way.
I'm not sure. I got the figures from the following sources:

Percentage of psychopaths: http://www.safe-nz.org.nz/Articles/conscience.htm

Percentage of sociopaths: http://www.curledup.com/sociopat.htm

Another source (http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/exchange/node/2210) says that the two groups together make up between 3 and 5% of the population.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 06:41 PM
In my estimation the percentage of complete and utter assholes is at least 30%.

I think no human that has reached adulthood hasn't been some kind of asshole at least once in their life and most likely more than once.

Skeptical
04-20-11, 06:43 PM
Enmos

I was not actually talking about psychopaths, which is a special grouping based on a specific definition. I am happy to agree that they make up only 3 to 5% of the population.

However, this thread is about trust, and I was talking about those people who cannot be trusted because they have little or no conscience. They do not necessarily engage in psychopathic behaviour, because they are socially aware ( at least, the non psychopaths), but are prepared to cause harm if they benefit and they believe they can get away with it. Not every burglar, shoplifter, con artist, embezzler, or mugger is actually a psychopath.

Enmos
04-20-11, 06:44 PM
I think no human that has reached adulthood hasn't been some kind of asshole at least once in their life and most likely more than once.
Yes, but those are not included in my estimate.

Enmos
04-20-11, 06:53 PM
Enmos

I was not actually talking about psychopaths, which is a special grouping based on a specific definition. I am happy to agree that they make up only 3 to 5% of the population.

However, this thread is about trust, and I was talking about those people who cannot be trusted because they have little or no conscience. They do not necessarily engage in psychopathic behaviour, because they are socially aware ( at least, the non psychopaths), but are prepared to cause harm if they benefit and they believe they can get away with it. Not every burglar, shoplifter, con artist, embezzler, or mugger is actually a psychopath.
But the people that have little or no conscience are sociopaths and psychopaths.
Everyone else does have a conscience.

KilljoyKlown
04-20-11, 07:08 PM
Percentage of sociopaths: http://www.curledup.com/sociopat.htm

I read that page and have to say she's right on the mark. The woman I knew fit that description in detail.

Ruud_Luiten
04-26-11, 10:01 AM
IF I'm gonna trust somebody, I dont need to tell the person I do trust on you, and the person does not have to ask me to trust him, it just happened without need to tell.

KilljoyKlown
04-26-11, 11:53 AM
IF I'm gonna trust somebody, I dont need to tell the person I do trust on you, and the person does not have to ask me to trust him, it just happened without need to tell.

While what you said is true. The problem usually happens when you really want to trust someone that hasn't yet earned it over time. So when someone says “trust me” and you respond with okay. You are now a good prospect to become a mark to be taken advantage of as soon as possible and as many times as possible. Women use this on men more often than you might think.

Anti-Flag
04-26-11, 04:37 PM
Not even your fellow misanthrope? :D

I trust you when you say humans are evil. ;)

NMSquirrel
04-26-11, 06:53 PM
to have someone put in a position to need to say 'trust me' requires a promise of something wanted, and a perceived reluctance to trust,on the party to which it has been said,
IE
p1, if you give me X i'll give you Y..
p2, i want Y but don't wanna give up X
or, I want Y but someone else promised me the same thing and i gave up X for no Y..
If it sounds too good to be true it pry is..

then there is the issue not so much of whether to trust the other person, but more of how much are you attached to X,

or maybe its more of..
p1, if you do this, you'll get that.
?

but i digress..
yes it would be a red flag for me, it should not need to be said, it is a promise too easily broken,or forgotten..

i don't say it..i figure if i am trustworthy it will show..(but that doesn't account for ppls preconceived ideas of who i am..grrr..)

KilljoyKlown
04-26-11, 07:26 PM
to have someone put in a position to need to say 'trust me' requires a promise of something wanted, and a perceived reluctance to trust,on the party to which it has been said,
IE
p1, if you give me X i'll give you Y..
p2, i want Y but don't wanna give up X
or, I want Y but someone else promised me the same thing and i gave up X for no Y..
If it sounds too good to be true it pry is..

then there is the issue not so much of whether to trust the other person, but more of how much are you attached to X,

or maybe its more of..
p1, if you do this, you'll get that.
?

but i digress..
yes it would be a red flag for me, it should not need to be said, it is a promise too easily broken,or forgotten..

i don't say it..i figure if i am trustworthy it will show..(but that doesn't account for ppls preconceived ideas of who i am..grrr..)

Trust me, I know exactly what you are saying. ((( :D )))

nicholas1M7
04-26-11, 07:44 PM
It depends on whether or not that person can disappear and never be seen again. If so, then no you should not place trust on them. You should follow them to make sure they don't try to disappear on you. Fuckin people are like God or the Devil, they want to disappear.

KilljoyKlown
04-26-11, 09:27 PM
It depends on whether or not that person can disappear and never be seen again. If so, then no you should not place trust on them. You should follow them to make sure they don't try to disappear on you. Fuckin people are like God or the Devil, they want to disappear.

That might depend on how good looking she really is and how much you really want to trust her. A good mark can be had more than once.

EmptyForceOfChi
04-26-11, 09:32 PM
When soebody say's "trust me" it is usualy a figure of speech, not them saying "oh please trust me".


peace.

SciWriter
04-26-11, 09:36 PM
When soebody say's "trust me" it is usualy a figure of speech, not them saying "oh please trust me".

Trust me, Khalid Bin-Ban A-Weed knows what he is talking about.

EmptyForceOfChi
04-26-11, 09:40 PM
Trust me, Khalid Bin-Ban A-Weed knows what he is talking about.

Khalid the son of ban a weed?

SciWriter
04-26-11, 09:46 PM
Khalid the son of ban a weed?

Or Lid Ban A Weed Bin.

EmptyForceOfChi
04-26-11, 09:50 PM
Or Lid Ban A Weed Bin.

:rolleyes: Indeed.

Me-Ki-Gal
04-26-11, 10:12 PM
I use to not trust people and I would look over there shoulders and say " What are you doing ? Why you doing it like that ? The People would get nervous as hell and then they would f--ck up . I don't do that anymore, all though you out there that know Me personally <<< I can still smell a f--ck up the minute my feet hit the floor so don't be trying to cover up anything just because I am in touch with my feminine side as of late . I can still drop a hatchet kick pretty good. Sorry back on focus here Joey. Now I trust people and when some one says trust Me I will give them the benefit of the doubt . I have found as of late people want Me to think highly of them so they bust there friggin asses to live up . They are starting to get to where they really get some shit done . Man Alive ! Amazing how giving someone a little bit of "faith in them"changes an attitude . You all should try it , but first one word of advice < get the bull shit out of your own life first because no body looks up to someone full of shit. Shot straight and ask kindly and peoples trust can be yours. To the point when they say "trust Me"you know they mean what they are saying. The other thing to remember is the best of use fuck up at some point . Specially with planned obsolescence built into almost every human endeavor there is to be had

Me-Ki-Gal
04-26-11, 10:20 PM
:rolleyes: Indeed.

Chi you got out of Jail my man . Great , be good ! Stick around for awhile . You don't have to shoot the whole wad at once this time . Stroke it , pace your self. Like you are rowing a boat to shore. Course you will do what you do , but you have my advice to do with what you want . Love yeah bro .

EmptyForceOfChi
04-26-11, 10:25 PM
Chi you got out of Jail my man . Great , be good ! Stick around for awhile . You don't have to shoot the whole wad at once this time . Stroke it , pace your self. Like you are rowing a boat to shore. Course you will do what you do , but you have my advice to do with what you want . Love yeah bro .

Lol, Your advice is appreciated but I cannot lie, if my reply would result in me having to lie then I would rather get banned.

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Peace be with you