So you just hit a car. No one was around to witness. No one can prove it was you.
You're now at a moral crossroads. What do you do? Do you leave a note?
Do you sneak away? Pretend it never happened?
Just pray no one spotted you, because...
You could be busted by a tattle tale like this person. Good job, Narc! Now go back to your nerd-home.
A parent in the UK was faced with this dilemma recently, when her 3-year-old dented the neighbor's car. She did the right thing, and left a note.
Then the bill came...
Apparently, the neighbor was pretty cool about it. He chalked it up to "These things happen..." Good man!
Although 28 pounds on tea? What kind of expensive tea are you drinking, dude? Seriously, just stick to Lipton and save some money!
Me personally? I would have turned down the offer and just payed for the repairs.
Asking me to "keep taking our parcels in when we are not here" is too much! I'm not your own private mailman!"
Then again...I'm an idiot.
Seriously though, it's nice to see some decency between two neighbors. Err... "neighbours".
British people, stop with the pretentious spelling already!
Not all fender bender interactions end so well. Take for example...THIS.
Seriously man? What a jerk.
NO ONE LIKES JACK. Jack probably cheats on his taxes. Do you really want to be like Jack?
At least this person had the cajones to own it.
"Yeah, I meant to hit you, for parking like a jerk yesterday!"
A Lannister always pays his debts.
This person is a little better. I mean, the victim is getting an adorable bar of soap. But unless that soap is worth $600, they are still in the wrong.
Just remember: Ever time you don't own up to a fender bender, you make this puppy sad. It had faith in you! And you ruined it.
It's better to be like Ben here. Ben did right thing. Ben is a good person, and he is probably very handsome.