Situation: you have a sibling that's in a relationship with this guy/girl and you all have the same circle of friends. Sibling and boy/girlfriend argues, or whatever, that triggers him/her to call your phone to get to him/her. Note that this is not the first time. You're annoyed. I was going to say "sort of annoyed" but refrained because there is no such thing as "sort of" annoyed because you either are or you're not.
Anyway, the point I'm trying to make is, should other halves call the other halves' siblings so they can communicate with their other halves? *chuckles at the "other halves"*
Which brings me to another question, should other halves use their friends'/family's phones to call their other halves when they themselves run out of credit/have no phone?
E.g. Lovebird A and B are having an argument (not so lovey-dovey anymore at this point). This phone call stretches to more than an hour. Finally, A runs out of credit and needs to borrow a phone. So happens, A has a friend with him/her. "Can I borrow your phone", A asks.
Let me just say, if I was in this situation, I wouldn't borrow my friends phone and I would most definitely not call my boyfriend's brother or sister to get to said boyfriend. Or at least, I'll refrain from doing that. I mean, if it happens once or twice, that's fine with my principles (I'm sure they hate me when I break them). But not more than thrice. Besides, looking at how my friends stinge (inferred from observations and experience) when it comes to phone credit, it wouldn't be fair to use theirs when they don't have a part in this argument or whatever else it is between said boyfriend and I.
If you need to call me because you're supposed to meet girlfriend now but she hasn't shown up and you can't reach her on her cell, sure, by all means, call me. But if you want to call her to settle an argument, lose my number.
What do you, the masses, think about the questions presented?