How to deal with getting jacked?

Discussion in 'Real Life Stories' started by alwaysloweyes, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. What's up city,
    Just looking for your opinion in the situation I'm in.
    My friend hit me up yesterday night to go to a birthday beer olympics. (if you don't know its a bunch of drinking games its fun as shit) I was the only one who brought nug and smoking people out. Importantly I'm half korean, and in korean culture respect is very huge and follows age, anyone older than me expects me to respect them and thats just how it is. I was the youngest one there so you get the picture. After having a pretty good time, I looked for my smoking gear( sharpstone grinder, a medicali bubbler, and about 2 grams about $160 in value) that i left on the table. I trusted everyone so I never really thought about holding or hiding it. Searching the whole fucking house, I couldn't find them so it was clear that someone robbed me. I have a few leads to who would have done it but not enough to accuse anybody. I tried to just let it go but this thought fucks with me that one or more of the group of friends that I call my "brothers" and have known for so long would steal my shit after having a good time together. Not sure what to really think of this. Am I overreacting?

    Short version is I got robbed $160 dollars of smoking stuff in a party of friends that I trusted
     
  2. Remember please that advocating ANY violent acts or reciminations is not allowed and will earn you a warning/infraction
     
  3. I'd ask your friend first. If he's a real friend, he'll know what's up.

    If you don't know anyone at the party, then I doubt you'll ever see the pieces again to be honest.

    Lesson to be learned, don't trust people you don't know, and not to leave things laying around at a random place.

    You're definitely not overreacting, I'd be pissed too.
     
  4. Damn dude that sucks, people suck sometimes you just gotta accept that fact and move one.
     
  5. If something's worth money, don't leave it laying around.
     
  6. damn bro, break into the suspected wrongdoers house and take your stuff back. ITS YOURS
     
  7. I respect your attitude in your culture, unfortunately others do not.
     

  8. I did ask and he has no idea and everyone at the party are my good, long time friends that I have trusted with credit cards and money in the past so this is why its a little uncomfortable to approach
     

  9. I agree but it is very difficult to do in my culture, its hard to explain.
     
  10. too bad bro

    I used to live in Korea for two years
     
  11. You can:
    A) Approach your friends and ask around for info as to who took it.. which is your only chance of getting it back.
    B) Not do anything and call it a learning experience
    C) Do something rash and stupid that will only lead to further trouble
     
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