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|>>|| No. 34038
>But I have been following you for years, standing immediately behind you every time you travel by train, and I haven't pushed you yet so obviously I'm completely mentally well.
Reminds me of an anecdote from a friend, who was on her way to work one day, and a lad at the bus stop suddenly approached her and tried to get her phone number. She then said, "Sorry, but I've got a boyfriend". And the lad said, "Really? Hm. I've never seen you with anybody".
|>>|| No. 34054
Poor choice of words from the lad but developing a crush on someone you regularly see on your way to work is hardly deviant behaviour.
|>>|| No. 34059
This always struck me as rather odd and uncouth. If a sweet and slightly strange woman approached me at a bus stop mumbling about taking my number I'd... Well, I'd given an authoritative no and be happy that I punished violation of the social-NAP we maintain with strangers.
I know it possibly can't be helped in some circumstances but surely this can't work in Britain?
|>>|| No. 34062
It's strange to ask someone you've never spoken to before for their number in any case I can think of.
If you see the same person on the way to work every day, then you can at least start with a bit of small talk with them every now and then to build at least a little familiarity, "shit weather today eh?" sort of things are a start.
|>>|| No. 34065
Approaching somebody out of the blue that you have a crush on and who maybe up to that moment didn't even know you existed at all is always taking a chance. It'll probably fail seven times out of ten on a good day, but at least then you can move on
and develop an unhealthy obsession about the next person. And if it doesn't fail, then it's probably in no small part thanks to showing some sort of restraint despite the fact that you've fucked the lass's brains out in your mind a dozen times already.
That said, "I've never seen you with anybody" not only isn't a convincing comeback, but it makes you look like a right creep. If somebody says "I've got a boyfriend", then your chances of getting her phone number or anything of that sort are already zero. So why make it worse for yourself by acting like a stalker.
|>>|| No. 34074
>If a sweet and slightly strange woman approached me at a bus stop mumbling about taking my number I'd... Well, I'd given an authoritative no
No you fucking wouldn't. If a moderately attractive woman started a conversation with me while I was waiting for the bus and asked me if I wanted to go to the pub later, I would. So would you and every other single lad in the country.
|>>|| No. 34075
A few years ago, I was cycling home on a nice day, and two girls cycled past me and said, "Would you like to come with us to the river?" I immediately assumed it was either a joke or the first stage of a robbery or murder, so I declined. It's still one of the weirdest encounters I've ever had on a road. But if they wanted the D, which I would gladly have provided in a less weird situation, then I'm afraid you are technically not correct. Some people just shit themselves when a stranger appears from nowhere and barks a question at them.
|>>|| No. 34077
No I wouldn't, not only because of the paranoia but because it sounds awkward. If you're so smart then why doesn't this trick work on women and why isn't everyone getting shagged at the bus stop?
|>>|| No. 34080
Really depends if they were wearing trackies or had Essex or London accents. If they were well spoken totty then the worst thing that happens is they drug you and violently beat you to death under the canal bridge, but the danger of mugging seems much lower.
|>>|| No. 34081
Well now we've got our thinking caps on. Aren't most of the pusher's victims men?
|>>|| No. 34084
It's not difficult to buy a pantsuit from Primark for the express purpose of looking trustworthy to people like yourself.
|>>|| No. 34239
>A South African woman who attracted headlines across the world with claims that she had given birth to ten babies is now being detained in a psychiatric facility after the claims fell apart. Gosiame Thamara Sithole from Tembisa, claimed to have given birth to decuplets at a hospital on 7 June. However, serious doubts have been raised over the claims, with national and local health officials both disputing the existence of the babies.
>The family of the alleged father, Tebogo Tsotetsi, also revealed in a statement last week that he “has not seen the decuplets and relied on his girlfriend who called to inform him of their birth.” It added: “He made several attempts to visit his girlfriend and the babies but she has failed to disclose her whereabouts and the condition of their babies. The family has resolved and concluded that there are no decuplets born between Tebogo Tsotetsi and Gosiame Sithole, until proven otherwise”.
>According to reports, Ms Sithole has since been taken to hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
|>>|| No. 34240
So was that photo actually her pregnant with a relatively unastonishing 6 or so sprogs, or was it pillows all the way?
|>>|| No. 34241
Bet the father is secretly over the moon. Imagine having 10 babies in the house AND a Mrs whose one Funky Pidgeon card away from smashing all your worldly possessions.
|>>|| No. 34242
Doesn't bode well for the state of journalistic integrity that the global press decided to break an interesting fluff piece like this without bothering to even obtain evidence that the babies even exist.
|>>|| No. 34243
Almost like not paying for journalism and relying on them to seek whatever makes them money leads to them producing shit like this. Pay for journalism, in short.
|>>|| No. 34244
You can be put in the loony bin there basically for lying? Sounds terrible.
|>>|| No. 34245
It's quite a big lie though, not sure how long she'll be in there for but depending on how it's been spun, I can see why you might do that. If she really believes she has all these kids when there's no record of their birth or existence, she could well be mental.
|>>|| No. 34333
>A girl who has given birth aged 11 is believed to be the youngest ever mother in the UK with a family unaware she was pregnant, according to reports.
>The youngster, who was 10 when she became pregnant, gave birth earlier this month and both mother and baby are healthy, the Sun states. Now social services are investigating the circumstances surrounding the pregnancy and speaking to her family who were unaware of the pregnancy, the newspaper adds.
|>>|| No. 34334
How on earth do you not notice an 11 year old is heavily pregnant? That's an awful lot of "pandemic pounds".
|>>|| No. 34335
Families whose 11-year-olds get pregnant tend not to be medical experts. There's every chance they don't even speak English.
|>>|| No. 34337
Presumably they have some vague recollection of the time around 12 years ago when her mother was in the same condition and developed a pretty fucking massive lump in her belly.
|>>|| No. 34338
She was probably being diddled and the family wanted to hush it up. I doubt many children in Year 6 are in serious relationships.
|>>|| No. 34339
I agree, and seeing whether that's the case is probably the main intent of the investigation.
|>>|| No. 34342
cosanguinity is close enough.png
Admittedly I've got an incest fetish but thankfully it's because I have no fit relatives and a lass who likes me to call her 'mummy', but it's a surprisingly big issue relative to the west.
https://www.pnas.org/content/107/suppl_1/1779 - map source
>Cases like Zoya's aren't uncommon, according to Bano, and lack of support that exists for women in laplanderstan makes them often unable to help their daughters get out of the situation. In laplanderstan most families are still overwhelmingly financially supported by men. Bano says that if a mother learns that her husband is sexually molesting her daughters, she has nowhere to turn because there is little to no state assistance for battered women in laplanderstan if they chose not to live with their husbands.
>In 2010, a total of 2252 cases child sexual abuse were reported in the news, according to Sahil. That's almost a 12 percent increase from the previous year. The Human Rights Commission of laplanderstan (HRCP) states that these numbers are a fraction of the actual problem. It suspects that many cases of sexual violence are simply covered up, especially when they happen at the hands of a family member.
>Zohra Yousuf, the chairperson for Human Rights Commission of laplanderstan, says that she doesn't suspect that the increase in number of reported cases in the media means that more crime of incest are happening, she says it could be that because laplanderstanis are finally starting to come forward and discuss a type of crime that she believes is very prevalent in laplanderstan but severely under-reported.
>Incest and child abuse happen all over the world. But, according to a report by Equality Now, an international human rights organization, victims of incest in laplanderstan face additional barriers in seeking justice.
|>>|| No. 34343
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think it's more common than one would believe for women to not realise they are pregnant until they go into labour?
Not that you'd expect an 11 year old to know of course. Something pretty fucking shady going on here regardless.
|>>|| No. 34345
It's usually denial rather than ignorance, but there are some proper thick cunts out there.
|>>|| No. 34349
I can see how someone might get 5-6 months in thinking they'd just put on some weight, so I can see how someone might give birth prematurely without realising, but after that point that a baby bump looks very different from chub.
|>>|| No. 34350
>Now social services are investigating the circumstances surrounding the pregnancy and speaking to her family who were unaware of the pregnancy, the newspaper adds.
Probably been saviled.
|>>|| No. 34398
>I'd put on a few pounds but I thought I'd been eating too much cake
Everything about the story is hilarious.
|>>|| No. 34455
Would it be worse to be raped by Jimmy Saville, or a Jimmy Saville impersonator?
|>>|| No. 34458
That was the first thought that popped into my head too, but then wouldn't it come up on google?
|>>|| No. 34459
>a Jimmy Saville impersonator
Those have always been very thin on the ground.
I once saw a Gary Glitter tribute act in Benidorm at an all-inclusive hotel with my parents as a younglad, but I can't imagine he gets a lot of work nowadays.
|>>|| No. 34460
Some of the details will have been confidential, and some of the complainers might have thought twice about literally taking money away from charities.
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