what you should be more concerned with is this.. is 10 10 ahead of his raising range??? if so, then shove for value.
this is where you should have been watching the game develop. has the guy been loose? has he not played a hand until this point? have you seen him before? the reads you have in certain situations will help you a lot in these spots...
like for example, if i see a reg make a raise here to 300, i know that 10's are probably the bottom of his range, thus, ill fold.
but if its a random guy, who ive seen raise a fair bit before this hand, then ill asssume hes raising stuff like A4s K9s etc, and shove for value. in this specific spot, you actually have more fold equity than you think.
and to answer your question. when your really short, it can be ok to accept a negative edge. what i mean by this is say your in the bb with 600 chips total. the blinds are 100 200, and its folded around to the sb who shoves. your hand here doestn matter, folding down to 2bb's is horrible, and you should take a "flip".
Early on in a sng, it can be "ok" to take flips, we dont really want to neccessarily, but at the beginning of a sng, we know that, we can nearly double our equity in that tournament if we win, and we spew less equity.
We dont want to be flipping on the bubble, if we can help it, as we know we spew a ton of equity here..
ITM, it's fine to take "flips" as we want to get 1st place.