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Dealing with a Dealer by Shiney McShine - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 22:38:53 EST ID:LFsUakTM No.4901272 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hey, so I've only ever bought weed with a middle man. Like, I'd give a friend/boyfriend x amount of money, tell them "buy me whatever I can get for this amount of money and take some for the trouble" and that was that. Unfortunately I'm not in that situation anymore. I think I finally found a dealer but I've never dealt with one directly. He says he can deliver, but bringing him to where I live is probably a bad idea, right? Where do I meet him? What do I do once I'm there (I'm autistic and have only seen this in movies).
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Ebenezer Hevingstone - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 00:17:27 EST ID:go4rb6Id No.4901275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
u gotta suck the dealers dick
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Phoebe Saddledetch - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 00:49:06 EST ID:TaV6ElHU No.4901276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol don't worry it's normal to be sketched out at first. It really depends on how well you know this dude. If you consider him a friend, then don't worry about asking him to come to your place. If you're not sure or if you've never met him, meet him at a smoke spot or somewhere not too secluded, but not populated either. If you live in/near a city that shouldn't be too hard. DO NOT meet in a crowded area (a grocery store parking lot during the day or a mall, for example) while it might feel safer you're actually way more unsafe, as now you have to worry about snitches seeing you and getting you in hot water.
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Shiney McShine - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 17:29:51 EST ID:LFsUakTM No.4901311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901276
yeah, I don't know him at all. someone told me to find a parking lot and stay in the car, and he'll get into mine. is this ok to assume or should i get out? i really dont want to be weird, i want to get my weed and leave
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David Cornslit - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 22:19:49 EST ID:OVMcN/Ki No.4901323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901311
Stay in the car, dealer will get in yours (or vice versa, sort it out prior) and maybe get you to drive around the block, maybe not. Have your money ready and try to keep things below window level as much as possible.
Once you get to know them better it's usually better to avoid deals in public, though most people don't really give a shit.
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Oliver Buzzcocke - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 22:44:36 EST ID:9pGF7cAF No.4901324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901272
Its not like hes a heroin dealer or something
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Beatrice Webblehag - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 10:21:45 EST ID:GOMpbL9k No.4901340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just learn to be a better judge of character. The average dealer is chill to come into your house, because if they weren't they'd have no fucking business. I always preferred going to my dealer's house, though.

That being said, be a better judge of character. If the dude seems even the slightest bit sketchy, just meet him in your car.
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Hedda Brookway - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 12:05:59 EST ID:hIY9tb7r No.4901348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i would certainly never tell a stranger drug dealer where i lived no matter who recommended them and would be very uncomfortable allowing a stranger to enter my vehicle. i would always insist to enter their vehicle or go to their home
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Penis McHard - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 20:13:25 EST ID:LFsUakTM No.4901367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901348
just out of curiosity, because again ive never done this before, but what difference does it make whose car we're in?
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Barnaby Sirringhine - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 20:36:41 EST ID:OVMcN/Ki No.4901368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901367
Basically none unless you're paranoid enough/they seem sketchy enough that you think they're either going to carjack you/rob you in some way or you really don't even want them to be able to recognise your car.
I think it's next level paranoia myself, but then pretty much no dealers in my part of the world carry guns or even weapons mostly.
Mostly if drug dealing is your job then you want to be able to get repeat customers so robbing people of trivial amounts is generally contraindicated.
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Penis McHard - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 17:41:50 EST ID:LFsUakTM No.4901410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901368
damn.. i drive a really nice/expensive car and i never even thought of being carjacked or robbed. feeling kinda paranoid now. at most i expected to be ripped off and given less weed than what im paying for but damn now its in my head..
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Mavis Fudgecurl - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 18:42:50 EST ID:hIY9tb7r No.4901412 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901367

i mean, i AM being paranoid. im the kind of guy who likes to sit in a public place facing the doorway, or near an exit. i like to know all entrances and exits of buildings i am in. i drive assuming all other vehicles are going to willfully crash into me if i give them the chance. so if im meeting a stranger drug dealer, i would just prefer not to have them get in my car for a myriad of reasons: what if they stink? now my car will stink for a while. what if they are sloppy with the weed and spill crumbs in my car? now my car will smell like weed. i just feel getting up and moving to the car helps to prepare one for an unexpected circumstance moreso than staying plopped on your ass in the same seat you've been driving around in. either way, make sure you are both in the front seat
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Vagina McPenison - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 05:43:00 EST ID:iTlvndh2 No.4901522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't be stupid and be quick about it, that's about that. Buying illegal drugs is bad idea(technicaly) to begin with, bringing him to your house is probably best idea, because you are on a private property and police won't waste resources to bust some kids who are flipping dimebags of weed, they got bigger fish to fry, unless, as I already said you aren't stupid about the whole deal.
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Ebenezer Cebblehood - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 04:41:08 EST ID:JWWfC3Em No.4901564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901272
op id just not do it personally i mean it doesnt sound like ur a very serious smoker if u havent even bought weed before, do u really want to go down this path. u can just choose to quit and do anything else, why go back to smoking weed.

alternatively other people are discussing getting robbed or car jacked but have u considered being raped. sorry but its 2018 and it happens

stay safe maybe make a tinder profile and find a new bf if u want to smoke that bad
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Gertrud Cuntskewer - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 10:59:35 EST ID:GYOmGdt5 No.4901575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4901272
just in public or out in the road or driveway or anything if you feel sketched out i would just look for reasons not to have him inside like say you have a crazy boyfriend living with you or a relative lol

i have multiple dealers 9/10 i either drive to their house and they meet me on the road or driveway, they come here and i meet them in the driveway or road, or i meet one dealer in a public spot and i just get in his car and he asks what he wants and i say a half ounce and he tells me how much and weighs it and i leave
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Valentina Smegtooth - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 12:41:24 EST ID:C5KtnI4a No.4901577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Uh...just go to the clinic? Tell the budtenders what you want, get it, and go home. Overthink much?
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Ronaldo McCornCunt - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 17:18:07 EST ID:go4rb6Id No.4901589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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