facebook (99). . Friends, please text the following message to my phone: Dear , In your haste to abscond with my stolen phone you dropped your wallet. I now hav
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Friends, please text the following message to my phone:
Dear ****** ,
In your haste to abscond with my stolen phone you dropped your
wallet. I now have possession of the following: cash, 1 pre-
paid VISA giftcard from Aunt Dana with a declared value of ,
four credit cards (only one of which has secure chip technology},
two debit cards, Social insurance Card, Health Card, Dover' s
Licence, School Identity card and among other things two
condoms (both of which are expired, shocking). I will be standing
at the exact spot you grabbed my phone at exactly 5: and
will exchange all of the above (less which we' ll call the
******* Fine") for my phone, you can also expect a lecture about
how one can go about being a 'grown ass mam' ifyou do not
appear I will give your credit cards and anything else of value to
homeless people and turn the rest of your wallet into police who i
trust will locate you In rather short order.
Thanks, - - (the angry bitch whose phone you just stole)
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Submitted: 10/02/2012
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#129 - anonymous (10/03/2012) [-]
I would ******* deck that bitch and take my wallet back along with the money in her's. Then I would smash her ******* phone in front of her and walk away whistling a jaunty tune.
User avatar #128 - legin (10/03/2012) [-]
The whole time I thought some kid wanted to have a message that says the above on his phone so he could get himself in trouble for stealing it.

At the end I was like Da **** ?!
#123 - mcbmichael (10/03/2012) [-]
ill be there with a bat just incase anything goes wrong
#122 - mrdivdiv (10/03/2012) [-]
That message looks a little like the one that someone wrote on my jeans when I took their clothes out of the dryer because they were finished and it was the only dryer available. Except the message on my jeans said dont touch my **** .
#124 to #122 - anonymous (10/03/2012) [-]
Hahaha, I would have done the same, IF, you took my clothes out of the wash. Out of the dryer I wouldn't give a **** .
User avatar #125 to #124 - mrdivdiv (10/03/2012) [-]
I did take their clothes out of the dryer... because it was the only one that was finished and available
#120 - jalthelas (10/03/2012) [-]
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#113 - DjRicky (10/03/2012) [-]
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#108 - friendlysniff (10/03/2012) [-]
Why doesn't she use her new money to (credit cards and all) to buy a new phone. Does her phone even surpass the value of what's in that wallet? I mean, she didn't mention it was an iphone even. Shut off your phone, buy new one with credit cards, keep cash, spend debit card, throw away ****** wallet after you squeez the **** out of that card.
#117 to #108 - Roxorz ONLINE (10/03/2012) [-]
Sometimes it is the contacts and contents that matter. Not the phone itself.
User avatar #114 to #108 - fauxshores ONLINE (10/03/2012) [-]
Its not about the phone.

Its about sending a message

That guy who stole his phone was a prick. This guy wanted to get back at him.
User avatar #130 to #114 - friendlysniff (10/03/2012) [-]
spending all his cash isn't a message enough I guess.
#112 to #108 - johnkb (10/03/2012) [-]
Sometimes the personal stuff on a phone like pictures and videos, or important stuff like contact numbers make them worth a lot more than their official "value".
User avatar #131 to #112 - friendlysniff (10/03/2012) [-]
Well if you're going to instigate an argument, I mind as well put in my 2-bits. I agree MAYBE photos and videos have some value but it's not necessarily the end of the world. If they're personal photos; it's common sense you have a password on your phone. Most phones are also now featured with backup contact information from when you initially input your contacts, ex: google back-up assistant. And if an iPhone; most pics and videos are stored with Cloud. I have rendered your argument invalid.
User avatar #101 - theeballsack (10/03/2012) [-]
Why would you want to meet the guy who robbed you?
User avatar #105 to #101 - EnergizierAnon (10/03/2012) [-]
so you can get your phone back, and so he can get his credit cards back before they get used by homeless people.
User avatar #106 to #105 - theeballsack (10/03/2012) [-]
Well what if he just shot you and you got a visit to the hospital and nothing back?
#126 to #106 - anonymous (10/03/2012) [-]
If he was planning to shoot someone he would have done it to take the phone.
#115 to #106 - anonymous (10/03/2012) [-]
Well what if he doesn't shoot you and exchanges the phone for his wallet? what if what if what if what if what if what if
User avatar #116 to #115 - theeballsack (10/03/2012) [-]
What if
User avatar #111 to #106 - rottens (10/03/2012) [-]
The age is strong with this one.
User avatar #100 - thehumandirigible (10/03/2012) [-]
The **** did I just read?
#97 - blastizard ONLINE (10/03/2012) [-]
And then he brings a weapon and takes his wallet.
#96 - monkeywithafez (10/03/2012) [-]
But mah Drug dealers don't accept credit cards!
#95 - valve (10/03/2012) [-]
How does she know it was the robber's wallet and not a wallet from another guy that the robber intended to throw at her?
How does she know it was the robber's wallet and not a wallet from another guy that the robber intended to throw at her?
User avatar #107 to #95 - drosenblum (10/03/2012) [-]
Throw a wallet with a **** ton of expensive stuff and money in it to distract from stealing a phone. Great Idea!
#99 to #95 - anonymous (10/03/2012) [-]
She saw the drivers liscence, which usually has picture ID.

And she saw the robber. Makes sense brah.
#103 to #99 - cabbagemayhem (10/03/2012) [-]
It didn't say he was a robber. He absconded it, so he probably took it stealthily, or possibly grabbed it and ran.
#90 - niggersaurus (10/03/2012) [-]
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#89 - bdowns (10/03/2012) [-]
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#93 to #88 - gmarrox ONLINE (10/03/2012) [-]
He stole her phone, hence why she is having her friend send that message to her phone.
#87 - anonymous (10/03/2012) [-]
yes... give other homeless people the cards.. from a wallet that might not be the guys.. and get charged with theft as well. Do it bitch.. do it cause your so ****** smart. :)
#82 - shadowconspiracy (10/03/2012) [-]
User avatar #79 - denoface (10/03/2012) [-]
"Ohwait, it was in my other pocket. Why are all of my friends calling me a ****** ??"
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#67 - waffies ONLINE (10/03/2012) [-]
I was waiting to see "4 minutes ago by iPhone 5"
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