Picture this: you're leaving work, and a co-worker asks if you can give another co-worker a ride home because of car trouble. Sounds simple enough, right? Well, not in this case. When our protagonist was asked to give Lisa a ride home, they discovered she lived in the complete opposite direction. 🚗💨 On top of that, Lisa wasn't exactly on friendly terms with them. So, they said no and went home. But was this decision justified, or just plain mean? Let's dive into the story and find out. 😏
The Ride Request 🚗
Why Not Ask Lisa? 🤔
Decision Made: No Ride 🙅♂️
The Aftermath: Accusations Fly 🗣️
"Dude, that's mean." 😒
The Friend Argument 🤷♂️
A History of Dislike 😤
Lisa's Condescending Comments 🙄
Unwanted Food Commentary 🍫
Age is Just a Number, Lisa! 😒
Butting into Conversations 🗣️
Newsflash: I'm an Adult 🏠
Justified Decision or Jerk Move? 🤷♂️
So, was our protagonist justified in refusing to give Lisa a ride home? They didn't want to go out of their way for someone who constantly talks down to them and barely speaks to them otherwise. 🚗💨 On the other hand, their coworker Rob argued that they should have helped Lisa out, regardless of their personal feelings. 😒 Was this just a case of standing up for oneself, or was it a jerk move? Let's see what the internet has to say about this situation... 📲
Don't be a personal Uber for entitled coworkers 🙅♀️
NTA for refusing to give a coworker a ride home 🚫
Polite and assertive response to co-worker's entitled request 👍
NTA. She was being rude and trying to take advantage.
NTA comment receives rebuttal about Uber availability in 2022.
Candy store excuse: clever or childish? 🤔🍭
Don't judge others' purchases and find your own ride home. 🚗
Be an adult, solve your own problems. NTA 👍
Lisa criticizes food, but won't ask for a ride? NTA wins.
Don't dish out unwanted advice if you can't take rejection 🤷♀️
NTA for refusing to be Lisa's chauffeur. 🚫🚗
Don't let gossip get in the way of your boundaries 🙅♀️
NTA- Lisa could have called an Uber instead of expecting a free ride. 🙅♀️
NTA comment: Assertive and unapologetic response with a touch of humor 😎👍
NTA comment sparks debate on doing favors for coworkers 🤔
NTA. She needs to grow up and communicate directly. 🙌
Don't belittle your co-workers and expect a ride home 🙅♂️
No obligation to give a ride to a rude co-worker 🚫🚗
NTA. Lisa's move to have Jim ask for a ride was TA move 😒
NTA comment and reply agree: co-worker was rude and cheap 😒
You have the right to say no 👍
Boundaries at work: NTA for denying a coworker a ride 🙌
Not the a**hole for denying a ride to unfriendly co-worker 👍
NTA for refusing to organize co-worker's commute due to car troubles 🚗
Friendship over favors. 🤝
Friendship vs. Stranger: The Ethics of Giving Rides 👍
🚗🚫 NTA for not giving a ride to a coworker.
Walking away from a rude co-worker 🚶♂️
Helpful commenter stands up to rude co-worker's comments. 👏
NTA for declining ride. Coworkers shouldn't judge without knowing context. 🚗
OP refuses to give co-worker a ride home. NTA.
NTA, Uber is the way to go 🚗
Not liking her is a good enough reason? 🤔 NTA
Co-worker's unpleasant behaviour leads to denied ride home 🚫🚗
Refusing a ride home: justified or a jerk move? 🤔
👍 Not obligated to give co-workers rides after work.
Coworker denied ride, commenter says NTA. Boundaries are important. 💪
Be the bigger person 🙌 and teach a lesson 👨💻
🚗 NTA didn't owe a ride, others didn't offer either.
Office drama reminiscent of high school 🙄
NTA - No explanation needed 😎
Setting boundaries with co-workers is important. NTA.
Cab or Uber? NTA's decision sparks debate.
NTA gets instant karma 😎👌
Coworkers show kindness by offering rides in rainy Oregon weather 🌧
NTA comment shuts down entitled co-worker's ride request 💯
Sassy response to a judgmental co-worker. 🤣
NTA shuts down entitled co-worker's request for ride 🙅♀️🚫
Polite excuse for not giving co-worker a ride home. 🙌
Not obligated to be anyone's ride home. 🚕
Refusing a co-worker a ride home: justified or jerk move? NTA suggests the latter.
Commenter says NTA and insults the co-worker. 😳
NTA comment burns Lisa with 🔥 bandaid comeback.
NTA coworker not friend, don't feel sorry for not helping 🤷
👍 Not obligated to give co-worker a ride home.
Setting boundaries: One comment stands up for themselves. 💪
NTA. 🚗 Uber exists Lisa, no need to be a jerk.
NTA - No a**hole here! 👍
Co-worker denied ride home, commenter says NTA with smirk.
Drive your own way 🚗, you owe no one rides.
NTA. Setting boundaries is important, no explanation needed. 👍
👍 Agreed, sometimes you just can't be a chauffeur. #NTA
No ride, no problem. NTA tells co-workers to GTFO 👊
Treat others with respect, you might need them later 👍
Walking home is healthier! NTA comment section agrees.
Car monitoring excuse for denying ride home - NTA 👍
NTA. Confront Jim and ask why he didn't give her ride 😑
Standing up for yourself is always a NTA move 👏
🤔 Controversial comment sparks no replies in this section.
Coworker asks for ride through someone else, berates you - NTA
Stand up for yourself! NTA, report the bullying to HR 💪
Polite way to decline favors from co-workers. 👍
When gas prices are high, is it wrong to deny a ride home? 🚗
Taking the bus is for grown-ups 🚌👩🦳 #NTA
Don't mess with someone's food choices 👍 NTA wins!
Short and sweet: commenter is not the a**hole 👍