An 18-year-old man known only as “Pratt from Ohio” flew more than 7,000 miles to China to meet up with a girl he was spitting game at on the internet. Unfortunately for homeboy, when he actually got to Jiangshan, China, shorty rejected his calls and eventually blocked his number altogether. As any reasonable person would do after traveling across the world for a booty call (not that that’s reasonable) only to get denied, he drank — heavily.
From the Daily Mail:
A spokesman from the Cheng Bei Police Station quoted on Qianjiang TV said: ‘He was unconscious and lying in a pool of his own vomit. It looks as if he might have fallen in the water at some stage as his clothes and shoes were soaked. To be honest he was so inebriated, he could easily have drowned. It was only a short distance to the water.’
Pratt was taken to a local hospital and after regaining consciousness discovered that he had also managed to lose all of his money meaning he could no longer pay for his hotel room. However after hearing about his hard luck story, the hotel manager decided to let the teenager have the room for free.
I feel for you, Pratt. Girls are always saying they want someone “spontaneous” and “adventurous,” and then when you show up across the globe on a whim they suddenly get all freaked out and want nothing to do with you. We’ll just never know what women want, because women themselves don’t know what they want.
When police tracked down the girl, she refused to even throw him a courtesy visit when he was in the hospital. The poor kid nearly drinks himself to death over you and you can’t even toss him a bone? Absolutely cold-blooded, Xiaoqian (her online username — he didn’t actually know her real name).
Now, this story brings up an interesting question, and that is how far would you travel to get laid? I’m in the camp that the girl should always come to you for a booty call, but I’m sure there’s a difference in opinion. Leave your valued viewpoints on the subject matter in the comments below. What’s your limit? Seven feet? Seven blocks? Seven states over?.
[via Daily Mail]
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