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perceived obligations

1. If you found out that someone you worked with lived two blocks from you and was taking the bus while you drove, and you offered to give them rides, with the person never asking you to drop them off or pick them up (just walking from wherever you parked, etc) or otherwise go out of your way, would you expect gas money or some kind of compensation? Would you feel the person was taking advantage of you if they didn't at least offer? (For what it's worth, 12mi. daily round trip.)

2. If you returned someone's lost pet, would you expect a reward, feel the person was cheap (or whatever) if they didn't offer one?
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