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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Janthran, Jan 20, 2012.
Stealing isn't legit though.
It will get you the thing for free, fo' realz.
You can 'borrow' it. It's legal, you're not committing any crime. Just borrowing it for unlimited time. =D
Borrowing without permission is considered stealing, so.. Nope.
Nope, I meant borrowing with permission. 03
How do you expect to do that?
Well, just ask someone to lend it to you for a while. =O
Yes. Where do you live? I need to get me some legit gaming systems for free from ya.
In Mexico we can say "It fetl from the truck, so I take it as it was in the floor and I found it!!!" (there was a legitimate case of a transport truck with the doors in the back not properly closed, and boxes witht the content fell and taken by the passing people)
I tried this method. An officer came by to me, and then he arrested me.
He didn't steal the smartphone that I inserted up my ass, thus I have a way to access the internet.
I have a question, how do I get out of here?
Like a boss
Christmas/Birthday wish is legit. Especially if you can get away with lying about when your birthday is, multiple times.
What's this, exactly? Anyone getting me a gift would know my birthday..
She obviously has many "friends" and she tells each one of them a different birth date.
No, actually, my dad says one of his friends used to do that.
Well, before people caught on.
Edit) I've asked my dad about it, and he says I got the idea from his friend that used to do that, and applied it to school after we moved while I was in first grade. I told the teacher it was my birthday on some date, which just happened to be the next day, and the next day rolled around and they were having a little cupcake party for my 'birthday'. I told the teacher "I didn't say *date*! I said *date that was the next week*!" and I just kept doing it until a parent-teacher conference sorted it out.