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If your best friend dialed you by accident and you overheard him talking about you, would you hang up or listen?

Asked by rockfan (7224points) September 16th, 2012 from iPhone

I wouldn’t listen. Or at least I don’t think I would…

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elbanditoroso's avatar

I would listen and respond. If he were talking bad about me, I would assume that he would not want him as a friend in the future.

Sunny2's avatar

I’d listen a minute to find out who was talking and, if it was people I knew, I’d laugh and let them know I heard everything they were saying. Let them sputter a bit and sign off. We could perhaps talk about it later. Or not.

dxs's avatar

How could I resist? I wouldn’t blatantly reference it to him/her, though.

wonderingwhy's avatar

It’s none of my business. If it’s good I’ll probably find out in time, if it’s bad she’s certainly given me an ear-full already, or will so shortly, so I don’t need another.

Bellatrix's avatar

I would listen. Might hear things I don’t like (or hopefully things I do like) and that will be my own fault for eavesdropping. I know I’m nosy though.

jca's avatar

I would listen because I don’t think I could help myself – I could not resist.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

Listen with ears wide open!!!!

Seek's avatar


I think there’s a big difference between spying and walking past an open door when someone’s shouting.

The phone called you. If they pocket-dialed, too bad for them, for not locking their keypad.

deni's avatar

Definitely listen. Hey its not my fault he butt dialed me.

WillWorkForChocolate's avatar

I think I’d listen in. Seems like a good way to know whether or not someone is worthy of your friendship.

FutureMemory's avatar

I’d listen, but I’d probably blurt out after 20 seconds “So this is what you motherfuckers really think of me, eh? Assholes!” and hang up.

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