a product of today's society
I got a knock on my door. I answered and standing there was a little girl probably around 11 to 13 years old and with her a small dog on a pink leash.
"Can I use your phone?"
This is what went thru my mind in 2 seconds:
Is she trying to return the dog to someone? Yeah, maybe.. possibly. But is that the real reason? Why would a little girl be walking a dog here? Maybe she's just trying to look innocent so I will let her in to call someone for God knows what reason. Hang on.. why didn't she go to her mother or nearest parent to use their phone? Well, that's it - I'm not letting her in; she's not using my phone.
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