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Started by Jockice, August 06, 2022, 09:29:21 AM
Quote from: Jockice on August 06, 2022, 09:29:21 AMA few days ago I was scrolling through Twitter and came across the notorious Boys Beware video, which for those who haven't seen it was made in the early 60s to warn youngsters of the dangers posed by homosexuals.The first scene is a teenager who hitchhikes home one day and becomes mates with the bloke who picks him up (Friendly Pat I think he's called) and discovers too late that the elder man wants his cock above all else. Still, at least he escapes alive unlike the next boy.While watching it the thought crossed my mind that I hadn't seen a hitchhiker for yonks (several years anyway) but yesterday afternoon I was on the M1 and pulled in at a garage to refuel the car and have a shit. It was a big one. I blocked the bog.And then on my way out I saw a hitchhiker. A bloke probably in his 20s with long hair and a rucksack. He even gave me the thumb up sign. I was quite tempted to stop. But didn't. Because I was leaving the motorway at the next junction anyway, plus the traffic was heavy and I was going to double back and sit for a while in the service station car park. I wouldn't mind chatting to a stranger while driving but having to have a lengthy conversation with one before we'd even set off...I've never done it myself (never had the need to, plus a female family member says she was sexually assaulted by a lorry driver while doing it once) and have only as far as I remember picked any up once, a couple in the late 90s while driving with my girlfriend at the time (yes, that one!) to Oxford, the place where relationships go to die. It was her idea but I didn't mind, the people we picked up were okay.So has anyone on here ever done it? Ever picked someone up and regretted it. Or not regretted it and ended up married to them or something? I'll give you a big thumbs up if you tell me.
Quote from: Stoneage Dinosaurs on August 06, 2022, 09:53:04 AMI hitchhiked less than a mile into work a few days ago, from the bottom of the drive of the campus I work on. The trains had fucked up and I wanted to save about half an hour after already walking about a mile from the station. It was a woman who clearly worked at the campus (she got buzzed in by security) and yet my boss still inferred that I was irresponsible and could have been axe crimed. I don't see the problem as I think I have a pretty good handle on how to avoid axe criminals in my every day life.
Quote from: badaids on August 06, 2022, 09:43:08 AMVery interesting, tell us more about this monstrous turd.
Quote from: Fr.Bigley on August 06, 2022, 10:02:35 AMHitchhiked once, was about 20 odd, going to a music festival in landgraff, Holland. Got picked up by two girls headed the same way. One of them was fucking stunning and I mean like Michelle pffeifer in scarface...I had a girlfriend at the time. Still regret not taking her up I was picturing that sentence ending in a completely different way.
Quote from: Icehaven on August 06, 2022, 10:25:40 AMWas on a road trip around Cornwall with some friends back in the late 90s and we picked up a couple of hitchikers who'd been to some music festival and needed to get home which turned out to be about 70 miles away from wherever we were. We'd stopped for them because they were about 15, it was midnight and we figured if we didn't there was a good chance they'd be on milk cartons the following morning, plus we weren't really going anywhere specific, we were just driving around and sleeping in the car so it didn't really matter where we ended up when we decided to kip for the night. Anyway they got home intact and I think we ended up sleeping on Bodmin moor, which was nice.
Quote from: Sebastian Cobb on August 06, 2022, 12:07:45 PMI remember reading it was quite common for people who shifted cars around on 'trade plates' (those red and white number plates you sometimes see slung over cars that identify and cover a driver for driving the vehicle) to deliver cars and hitch back. The story was from someone who quite often used to pick them up on long drives as they were seen to be low-risk, and as a bonus they were often willing to drive the car for some of the way or through the night when the driver would've otherwise had to stop.
Quote from: Icehaven on August 06, 2022, 12:15:05 PMYep I've heard of that, they're paid their travel costs for the return journey so they hitch instead and keep the cash. I think when I start my serial killer career a red and white numberplate will be an essential bit of kit.
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