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Hey, where do you live? Maybe we can meet up offline!
My house is on xxx street. Where do you live?
Maybe we can meet at xxx cafe. Don't bring anyone, just the two of us:)
Hey, I live right next to that street!
Last week, Linda met a boy online who has a lot to chat with her. She felt like there was a great connection between the two of them.
However, the boy asked about her address today. Teachers and parents had taught her not to share personal information online. But I'm sure he's different, Linda thought.
Even though the request of only two people was pretty strange and awkward, Linda still agreed to this invitation. Of course she has been taught not to trust anyone online, but still, everyone hopes for a "what if."
Of course you had already heard about "don't talk to strangers" and" Don't share personal information online" and"don't meet up with people you know online." I can't stop you if you're still going to do that. Just be aware.
Linda arrived at the cafe at the time they agreed to. She met the boy she had chatted with for months online. He was charming and funny, just like he was online. But the story doesn't end here.
After the enjoyable meeting at the cafe, the boy asked her out for a walk. However, the boy walked her out of town and into the forest. Then a middle aged man came out of nowhere, and kidnapped her.
Well, anything can happen after that. Selling her, selling part of her, asking her parents for a huge amount of money in exchange of her... How about just don't talk to strangers in the first place?
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