Today's social dilemma came up because of something that happened over the weekend, but it's a conversation I often find myself having with my friends. Here's what went down. After Paws in the Park on Saturday, I went home and was going to rest for a bit before I had dinner with my family. However, about fifteen minutes after I got home, I got a phone call from a friend of mine who was about two miles from my house. Thinking it was just a fun phone call, I said, come on over. But no, it wasn't a fun phone call, it was a phone call asking if I could come out and help her change her tire. Now I love my friend, but she drives me crazy. For one thing, she never learned how to change a tire. Secondly, she doesn't have Triple A, even though she doesn't know how to change a tire. In her life she has always either called friends or family to help her, or has counted on the kindness of strangers, so to speak. Anyway, of course, I went out and helped her change her tire. It's not a difficult thing to do. The hardest part is getting the lugnuts off, but you know that. Anyway, I changed the tire, told her where to go to get her other one patched and sent her on her way. But I did tell her that she better either sign up for Triple A or finally learn to change a tire. In fact, I was trying to teach her as I did it, but she clearly wasn't interested. So don't you think that everyone should know how to change a tire, and if they don't have Triple A?? Was I wrong to be ticked off at my friend?? What do you think? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page. Thanks!
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