“I turned off my cell phone and made my twelve-hour trip,” she said.
By the time she finally arrived at her destination, though, she had received a ton of messages from her boyfriend. Apparently, Paul could not believe that she would go on the trip without him. He also accused her of purposefully leaving his passport behind as a form of revenge after his “scolding” a few months prior.
And since the flights were all booked up– or way too expensive– Paul was unable to find another seat. So, he likely will not be able to make the vacation at all, and she is being blamed for the entire thing.
Now, she has since given her friends a rundown of the whole situation, and they are completely on her side. But, she is honestly feeling pretty bad about what happened and is starting to feel doubtful about her actions.
So, she has been left wondering if leaving her boyfriend behind after he forgot his passport was a really rude thing to do or not.
Should adults be responsible for their own documents? Do you think it was Paul’s fault for leaving his passport at home, especially since she included it on his packing list? Did she have a right to go on vacation anyway? If your partner did not make it back to the airport in time, would you have gone?
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