A woman drops an unknown powder in her date's drink when he leaves her alone at the bar for a few moments. Would you speak out if you saw potential danger for the date? Would you be worried about the possibility of date rape?
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Those men who did'nt warn him, was probably jeolous of his looks, supposed money, and would really like to be in his shoes. And well, we know what else. If this had been for real, that man could have ended up dying. How horrifyingly sad.
I hate it how when a girl does something to a guy the other guys does not do anything and laugh at it but if a guy does that to a girl all the guys want to beat him up and call the cops. What type of fucking world is this and let me tell you guys that find that funny your a man yourself so if you was in that same situation and people are laughing at you then you will start seeing how women get away with too much. Its unfair for example women could shoot people and not go to prison but if a guy shoots people he gets life of prison.
This is why feminism should exist. No not third wave feminism, not all that bullshit that only defends woman. No I mean the kind of feminism that puts men and woman equal. Saying this as a woman myself men need defense more. Its because society always views men as strong and powerful but really they need just as much help as anyone. I'm proud of that woman who stood up for the man when nobody else would.
I think the reason the other men didn't say anything is that they thought she is gonna rob them, not rape.
They kind of wanted that, as they thought that the dude is rich and they were jealous in a sense. "Can't wait to read about this in the paper"
That goes to show how despicable some guys are. Truly shows how most men are beta cucks.
They would jump in a act like heroes to save a woman only because it may up their chances of getting laid.
If they see a man that appears above their status they become jealous and allow it to happen. Kind of like eliminating some competition.
That's true beta.
That's why the women jumped in. There is no sexual competition. Therefore they stepped in to save the guy.
There is absolutely no way that I would let this go....I'd be ready to slap a b****...guy or girl...i would make sure that this whole bar was paying attention due to me raising so much hell...I can't believe that these people didn't say anything! Only reason that I could think of is because she was pretty fast and hidden a little...but dude..wtf guys
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