Recently had a C152 pilot claim she couldn’t go around because she was at flaps 40 and too low. Conditions were sea level, no terrain, no obstacles. Just wondering why someone would think such a thing? The other day as I was turning off the runway, I was curious as to why I had a new found formation mate turning off the runway with me. I tracked her down to have a chat. Apparently a few things were at play. She was on the wrong CTAF frequency, flew a right hand pattern rather than the published left hand pattern, didn’t have her transponder on, and had flown ten hours that day. My bad for not seeing her on the opposing base leg. Her base leg must have been wider than mine as she said she first saw me rolling out on final as she was also in the roll out to final. She said she was close behind me at that point and “irritated” that I had cut her off. I asked her why she didn’t go around at that point and she claimed it wasn’t an option because she was already at 40 flaps. Really? Fortunately, I had landed long and fast for a shorter taxi. She claimed to brake hard to avoid hitting me. Really? Had I been practicing a short field landing I guess she would have just ran into me. I have no reason to think she would have swerved into the grass rather than hit me. Anyway, other than landing into a box canyon or engine out, is a go around “not an option”?