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  • And, the difference would be? It's still a contract, unilateral or bilateral. The promise to give you the handle is predicated on the condition that you take home the ugly friend. The contract becomes binding when, and only when, you take home her ugly friend. At that point, the promise of a handle of vodka must be satisfied. Contract law, plain and simple.

    Submitted by CrazyManNo9 on May 13, 11 at 11:06am
  • If you took the class twice, I'm pretty sure you still don't know how to enforce the contract.

    Submitted by haliganbar on May 13, 11 at 12:22pm
  • Don't pretend like you didn't like it

    Submitted by thatguy123456 on May 14, 11 at 3:15am
  • Go law

    Submitted by whirlingdervish on May 13, 11 at 10:36am
  • Nothing says you can't jump in and make it bilateral. What does he have that you want, besides the vodka? You're just not taking advantage of a potential opportunity, friend.

    Submitted by raylealadee on May 13, 11 at 12:36pm
  • I'm not sure which I like more......the TFLN or the comments below. :-P

    Submitted by Tres10101 on May 19, 11 at 11:03am
  • Oral contracts aren't worth the paper they are written on. That if because they are notoriously hard to enforce.

    Submitted by EMTPirate on May 13, 11 at 2:02pm
    • Dude, ORAL contracts aren't written on paper. Hence the term...oral...jus' sayin'.

      Submitted by CrookedFacePate on May 15, 11 at 2:10am
      • I can't tell if you're kidding around or if you really didn't get EMTPirate's joke

        Submitted by harold31 on May 17, 11 at 11:21pm
  • or also known as promisary estopile

    Submitted by doobie5 on May 13, 11 at 7:15pm
  • Shh it is the summer...this is IIED

    Submitted by stac8199 on May 19, 11 at 1:11pm
  • @Crazyman... No one cares.

    Submitted by wessum on May 13, 11 at 11:33am
    • Reply button.

      Submitted by ryaniscool on May 13, 11 at 12:34pm
    • Shhh. The law students are talking. Sit quietly until we hand you a document written in layman's terms, please.

      Submitted by raylealadee on May 13, 11 at 3:10pm