You tell the manager of the store what your friend has done and let him handle the situation, knowing that your friend will likely face punishment.
You let him steal it; convenience stores overcharge anyway.
You quietly suggest to him to put it back so he doesn't risk getting in trouble.
You apologize profusely and admit fault in the accident to the police. You also promise to pay for the damage you've called.
You drive away; they can live with the damage and you don't want your insurance premiums to go up.
You exchange insurance information with the other driver but don't admit fault, you don't want that to be used against you in court.
You go to comfort her with ice cream in hand, that nap can wait.
You let her know that you're exhausted but you'll be over tomorrow to talk it over.
You lie to her to get out of it and go nap.
You leave it on the ground; it's not yours to take.
You take it without asking anyone if it's theirs.
You first ask if anyone near you has dropped it and if no one responds, you pocket it.
You turn off the TV and help them; their learning is more important than that third consecutive episode of Friends.
You ignore their request and continue watching TV.
You tell them to wait until your done with this episode and then you help them.
You tell them that you can pay for the expenses yourself but thank them for the proposal.
You take the money. Hey, they offered it!
You let them pay for some of the expenses but pitch in so they don't overspend.
You take the bus as to avoid taking time out of Dave's night.
You ask Dave to drive you.
You ask Dave to drive you but offer some monetary compensation or agree to help him in a similar situation another time.
You report what your friend has told you to the principal immeadiately
You tell other people about the fight and get your friends to come egg them on.
You keep yourself out of it and do not attend the fight.
You clean it up because he was your responsibility.
You leave it. Whoever steps in it first is going to have to clean it up.
You incentivize your sibling to clean it up by offering to do one of their chores.
You get her something she'll like to please the rest of your family.
You don't get her a present.
You get her a present with very little heart, like a $15 King Soopers gift card.
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