Chloe Kisses

Ladies And Gentlemen…what Would You Do?

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GUYS WHAT WOULD YOU DO...

 

…If the escort you were with had a heart attack in her apartment? Would you stay and help, call 999 etc and explain what had happened to aid saving her life or would you panic and leave calling 999 on the way. Or would you be a total non-human and drive 5 miles to a phone box then call 999 from there. 

 

Please remember that your actions could decide wether she lives or dies but in helping you run the risk of exposing your habit to family. So…what would you do, not what you would like to think you would do…what would you actually do?

 

LADIES WHAT WOULD YOU DO...

 

​…If the guy you had visted had a heart attack in his house? Would you stay and help, call 999 etc or would you call help whilst on the way out the door or drive 5 miles to a phone box and call 999 from there to save your own ass first?

 

Two identical scenario's. 

 

For the record, I would have to stay, call 999 and take whatever shit came with it. I wouldnt have the heart to betray another person so badly in their possible last moments of life. Of course there is always the reminder too that if you stay you could help save their life whilst if you leave you could be in big doodoo for leaving a dying person.  We are fellow human beings first after all before everything else comes into play.

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I couldn't possibly comment until I'd read the thoughts and perspective of smiths.

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I couldn't possibly comment until I'd read the thoughts and perspective of smiths.

LOL…why am I feeling deja vu reading this  :lol:

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That's an easy one (imo) - stay and wait for ambulance.  I wouldn't want to have her death on my conscious.  Don't understand why staying would mean your family would know though?  I am not married so wouldn't be a huge issue if it became public (at least vs. someone's life) - therefore pretty confident that's what I would actually do.

 

I hope this is not a situation you came up with from experience...has this ever happened?

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Not a funny scenario but had to smile reading it as the thought has crossed my mind!! :o

Not that the escort would keel over, but me! It's not unknown for a 50 something bloke who thought he was perfectly healthy to suffer such a thing during physical activity....Just my luck that'd be!!

Anyway to answer your question which is a no brainer to me. Give whatever first aid I could, call an ambulance, and wait.

Not sure why family should find out in those circumstances but it wouldn't even enter my head at the time.

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Family and friends could find out for any number of reasons. Local press, an inquest, police with flappy lips, a letter through the post, all sorts of things could occur. Thats why I added it. Of course not to mention the obvious, if the lady or gentleman conked out in your own home then neighbours are notorious for flappy lips. 

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That's an easy one (imo) - stay and wait for ambulance.  I wouldn't want to have her death on my conscious.  Don't understand why staying would mean your family would know though?  I am not married so wouldn't be a huge issue if it became public (at least vs. someone's life) - therefore pretty confident that's what I would actually do.

 

I hope this is not a situation you came up with from experience...has this ever happened?

No not to me personally but I did see the situation play out once upon a time in another job x

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I would happily stay and help for as long as I was of help.

 

I have no partner or attachment so it would be easy for me but I would be very aware of any amateur photographers on their mobile phones, you wouldn't want to be on the local evening news.

 

I'm now waiting for the first cynical punter to take back his fees if the service had not been completed :(

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A few decades ago in my local town a guy died at the wheel of his car. He was at the traffic lights and yes, the folks behind shoved the car out of the way. Never presune on the humanity of others.

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A few decades ago in my local town a guy died at the wheel of his car. He was at the traffic lights and yes, the folks behind shoved the car out of the way. Never presune on the humanity of others.

 

And the local Traffic Warden ticketed the car?

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Assuming cardiac arrest, as an ex-medic, I would have applied CPR while simultaneously calling for the ambulance service.  After securing the premises, I would have accompanied her to the hospital - to see how else I could help. 

 

I should add that I'm divorced, but even had I still been married I would react in exactly the same way.  It's what I was trained to do.  I'd cobble together some alibi/story later.  

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You would hope all would do the right thing but until you are in that situation it is hard to know how you would react...some people would freeze, others would be pro-active etc etc...

Having said that i would stay and make sure the lady is ok before leaving.

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Or would you be a total non-human and drive 5 miles to a phone box then call 999 from there. 

 

I doubt anyone would do this (or at least publicly say they would)...

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I doubt anyone would do this (or at least publicly say they would)...

Nothing would surprise me. 

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Some might drive for 10 miles lol

Would surprise me even less. Not a lol though really

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Well first I'd finish whatever I was doing at the time - haha, just joking.

 

I'd call an ambulance and stay with her and make her as comfortable as possible until they arrived.  Can't imagine anyone doing anything different

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First I'd probably cock up trying to get my phone back on,When i finally managed that,if i hadnt broken it i'd call for help and being rubbish with addresses,locations etc would probably not be a great help getting the ambulance there.In short,i'd stay,but i'd be as much use as a chocolate teapot

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I'd stop and help as much as I could, which admittedly wouldn't be much.

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I couldn't possibly comment until I'd read the thoughts and perspective of smiths.

 

I think making the same post three times is enough, doing it more than that would show a lack of imagination imo ;)

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Ladies if the punter pops his cloggs at your place it's useful to work from an apartment block, just chuck him out of the window, there would be several apartments he could have come from :D 

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I couldn't possibly comment until I'd read the thoughts and perspective of smiths.

Or until he was told how to answer by his erstwhile friends elsewhere!

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No doubt, call 999 and administer CPR until the ambulance arrives.

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@ Chloe - I would stay and do whatever I could to help. And I'm married with a son. But I would not be a human being if I didn't x

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