r/facepalm May 21 '24

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u/TheAmyIChasedWasMe May 21 '24

Laurence Fox is a human facepalm, to be fair.

He recently tried to sue a guy for defamation because he called him a racist on Twitter.

And lost, because the judge outright confirmed that he is, in fact, a racist. Cost him six figures in damages and fees, too 😂

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u/Living_Carpets May 21 '24

Laurence Fox is a human facepalm

He lost his deposit by submitting wrong paperwork in mayor of London race and thus barred himself from future elections. All that privilege and still a derp.

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u/lord_sparx May 21 '24

If he ever got hit the the face with a shovel it would probably increase his intelligence.

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u/Living_Carpets May 21 '24

And he would then lose a court case against said shovel. And have to pay damages.

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u/lord_sparx May 22 '24

He'd probably call it a groomer then be sued by the company who makes them.

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u/thegroucho May 21 '24

How about we start throwing rakes outside his house?!?!

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u/Puzzled-Register-495 May 21 '24

There are a lot of rumors that he was always that way, YouTube videos, recent events, and his divorce from Billie Piper just made him more comfortable being vocal about it.

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u/JustAnOrdinaryBloke May 21 '24

How the fuck did he get a lovely talented woman like Billi Piper to marry him?

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u/Puzzled-Register-495 May 21 '24

I mean, she also married (DJ) Chris Evans when she was 18 and he was 35, seems like she just has bad taste in men.

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u/diazantewhite May 21 '24

Oh god I got so scared of captain America for a second there

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u/Impossible_Tea_7032 May 22 '24

If you want to put an optimistic spin on it, it's proof positive that all of us, no matter how screwed up, have a chance at romance. With Billie Piper.

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u/ermghoti May 21 '24

So you're saying there's a chance?

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u/greyl May 21 '24

What really blows my mind is that his sister is married to Richard Ayoade, family get togethers must be awkward.

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u/Dont_Get_PENISY May 21 '24

Thought that name was familiar. Damn what a wild ride that wiki hole was. Fox used to tell his wife "CUT" in the middle of arguments, what a piece of work.

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u/Living_Carpets May 22 '24

Oh god not surprised. Heard all kinds of stuff about him from friends in theatre. He was suspended from Harrow for bullying not for having a girlfriend. Was utterly hated at RADA for being a prick to anyone not white, upper middle and straight, saying acting was "in the blood" and saying they should "be a hairdresser". Dog whistly of course. Love bombed Billie at her lowest ebb, she found out his bullying after marriage and he would joke to folk about spending her money. He did. Billie will not say anything for her sons, until they are 18.

His sister and his cousin Emilia and rest of female relatives could not be nicer apparently.

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u/Kvakkerakk May 22 '24

Apparently, a few years ago, Fox was upset that Ayoade didn't defend him in some public stupidity he got into.

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u/Violet_Octopus May 21 '24

Unfortunately chances are she isn't that lovely if she chose to marry him. Sandra Bullock was married to a white supremacist (Jesse James) and rumor has it she is just quiet about it but is on the same vein.

Otherwise, self-destructive tendencies.

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u/DatEllen May 22 '24

Doesn't Sandra Bullock have an adopted son who's black? 

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u/Violet_Octopus May 22 '24

Yup - who she adopted not long after his grossness came out.

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u/FocalorLucifuge May 22 '24

But do we know anything about what Piper is actually like, behind her public persona?

I haven't read or heard anything myself, but one never knows. Staying married to a troglodyte like Fox for 9 years may say something about her private inclinations, too. Let's not assume she's a naive victim here, like the implication seems to be.

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u/SarcasmCupcakes May 22 '24

I think it came out recently that Fox abused her, so she is a victim.

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u/TokyoTurtle0 May 22 '24

This clown show was married to Billie Piper

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u/SirGlass May 21 '24

When ever these assholes get in trouble like most of the Jan 6th people or if they ever get caught doing an actual crime or what ever they always fail to take "personal responsibility "

They just always blame someone else "See your honor its not my fault, it was you tubes fault, they showed me all this right wing prophiganda and convinced me I needed to save the white race, I am not a bad person I just got tricked by those sneaky racist youtube videos that I specifically sought out to confirm my own racist beliefs and they radicalized me"

Now I am not saying social media has zero blame , like in the USA on face book setup a new face book account like a few "conservatives" things, fox news, your states local GOP, maybe someone like Ted Cruze or Rand Paul.

Well pretty soon your news feed will be clogged with other alt right shit ranging from Jordan peterson , Ron Paul, Joe Rogan, and if you like a few of those then you are getting strait up shit like people pushing white replacement theory and elon musk and they keep upping your feed with further right wing consperacies

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u/fumei_tokumei May 21 '24

I think this is a bad way to think. YouTube and other social media absolutely has a big part in the radicalization of many people. If you only believe it happens to "dumb" and easily influenced people, you are creating a huge blind spot for yourself, and can't really address the problem. I thought that one of the key takeaway lessons from WW2, the "never forget" event, was that radicalization happens to ordinary people. But people seem to easily forget this and think they are just better than the people who get radicalized. I cannot stress enough how that is a dangerous thought pattern to have.

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u/Philthedrummist May 21 '24

Didn’t he also call the guy suing him a paedophile? Which then cost him even more money because that was, in fact, defamation? Or have I confused two separate cases of Fox being an utter muppet?

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u/lord_sparx May 21 '24

There's so many examples it's hard to remember all the times he's made a fucking tit of himself in public.

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u/TheAmyIChasedWasMe May 21 '24

I'm fairly sure he did it twice. He's done it again recently, because he's incapable of learning.

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u/Content_Yoghurt_6588 May 22 '24

You're right. Now he owes a bunch of money to a drag queen. It's lovely. 

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u/hometowngypsy May 21 '24

How he befuddled Billie Piper into marrying him is beyond me. Thankfully she got out- he’s a nutcase.

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u/Muad-_-Dib May 21 '24

How he befuddled Billie Piper into marrying him is beyond me.

In fairness, Billie Piper's choice in men includes Chris Evans when she was 16 and he was 35.

Not that Chris Evans, this one.

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u/TheInfiniteArchive May 22 '24

I mean... He looks like a Blonde Austin Powers...

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u/SirCheesington May 22 '24

let's not blame children for being victim to predators

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u/Solid-Version May 21 '24

I actually went to university with his brother. They are not alike at all. His brother was always kind and compassionate. We were from completely different backgrounds but I never once felt a sense of haughtiness from him.

He was quite humble. Laurence is fucking dweeb

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u/viola-purple May 21 '24

In Germany we have a far right party... one of those leaders is a former history teacher constantly trying to change history. He was now on court - again, he said "everything for Germany" which was a slogan used by the Nazis and is forbidden. He claimed he didn't know it - every child in school knows that. Was charged. Before there was another court rule as he was often referred to as a Nazi and - court decided that he is one and a racist and its fine to call him that

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u/vinsmokewhoswho May 21 '24

What an idiot.

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u/sarduchi May 21 '24

Why wear clothes when you have skin?

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u/BigBootyGothKing May 21 '24

Why have a watch when you have your Circadian Rhythm?

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u/-UnicornFart May 21 '24

Oh I’m gonna use this one.

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u/MrNotEinstein May 21 '24

Why use that one when you can use this one?

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u/actually_a_snowboard May 21 '24

look at both your usernames and tell me which one youd choose

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u/MrNotEinstein May 21 '24

Absolutely valid answer

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u/DumOBrick May 21 '24

Why not when you can?

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u/Naive-Benefit-5154 May 21 '24

Why have a watch when you can tell time by looking at your shadow?

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u/EnderMerser May 21 '24

Why cook food when you have teeth?

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u/Kobalt6x10 May 21 '24

Why eat food when you're already made of meat?

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u/MoreRamenPls May 21 '24

Wait.. ok, I’ll upvote

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u/SpeshellED May 21 '24

Why wear a stupid shirt when you have a brain ?

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u/Cubicwar May 21 '24

Error 404 : brain not found

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u/ThisIsSteeev May 21 '24

That can be his next shirt

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u/FistingSub007 May 21 '24

Animals don’t cook their food, are you saying you are weaker than an animal? Be a real man and eat your chicken raw!

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u/Federal_Assistant_85 May 21 '24

Kill your meat with your teeth and bare hands!

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u/hg090206 May 21 '24

Why say lot word, when few word do trick?

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u/Affectionate_Ad268 May 21 '24

Came here look this.

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u/AsgeirVanirson May 21 '24

when we presidents they see

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u/Gambyt_7 May 21 '24

I shit pants laugh

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u/mystic-eye May 21 '24

…they see.

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u/flndouce May 21 '24

Funny because true.

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u/Defti159 May 21 '24

This here smrt

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u/SeparateFisherman966 May 21 '24

You make laugh! 😂

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u/diazantewhite May 21 '24

Y use ful wrd wen lil letrs wrk betr?

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u/MikeDubbz May 21 '24

Prescription clothes

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u/JeffShotThat May 21 '24

Damn it. I was gonna say that! Haha

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u/Planetside2_Fan May 21 '24

Alternatively, why wear shoes when you have feet?

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u/thedishonestyfish May 21 '24

The thing that always kills me, is that the whole point of the vaccine IS YOUR FUCKING IMMUNE SYSTEM!

If you didn't have an immune system, the vaccine would be worthless.

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u/Brando43770 May 21 '24

So true. A vaccine is basically training your immune system to be prepared for said virus. I tried to explain it to an mma guy that yes you could go into a fight without training for that specific opponent, but wouldn’t you rather know how to handle that guy? Makes the fight quicker and you’re way more likely to win.

Even worse is when people think you can “boost” your immune system or that all inflammation is bad. They have no idea why you want homeostasis and not a “boosted immune system”. Allergies, asthma, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis are all examples of that. And inflammation is normal during exercise and lifting weights.

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u/thelessertit May 21 '24

The explanation that I've seen get through to several people who weren't 100% hopeless brainrot cases is to think of your immune system as the bouncer at a club. He'll do a good job of keeping out all the local known troublemakers who keep trying to get in. He knows about them because the first time they got in, they caused trouble, so now he knows to keep them out. But you just found out there's a new guy in town who's been wrecking shit at other clubs. He hasn't tried to get into yours yet, so you give the bouncer a picture of him and say hey, if this guy shows up, don't let him in. Simple.

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u/TheNeverEndingEnding May 21 '24

Wrong. The problem with this is the picture you gave the bouncer has a microchip in it alerting the government to everyone's whereabouts /s

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u/mythrilcrafter May 21 '24

I always find this one funny because why would the government need to put in the effort to use vaccines to chip everyone when everyone already carries a phone with a front facing camera?

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u/NobodyImportant13 May 21 '24

This is a pretty good analogy!

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u/mosconebaillbonds May 21 '24

I’d bet 80-90% of anti vaxers thinks a vaccines is an actual “cure” when in fact….

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u/makaiookami May 21 '24

A vaccine can be a cure. If you get herd immunity with no place for the virus to propagate and come back, it can literally just die out, which means the world would be cured of the disease.

Problem is if there's rodents or something that shuttle it back and forth eventually bringing it back later.

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u/twoprimehydroxyl May 21 '24

Or if there's suddenly a large pocket of the population that stops vaccinating.

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u/M_M_ODonnell May 21 '24

A vaccine is a training montage for your immune system.

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u/Business-Emu-6923 May 21 '24

Shhh…

Stop talking truth and science to these fuckers. They do this for clout and to impress morons.

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u/GloriousSteinem May 21 '24

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u/LordDeraj May 21 '24

That’s the problem, they don’t

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u/Honey-and-Venom May 21 '24

A lot did... The survivors blamed science saying the virus was engineered to attack people who didn't get the vaccine

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u/socobeerlove May 21 '24

Don’t all viruses attack the unvaccinated?

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u/Terramagi May 21 '24

Fire may in fact be hot, yes.

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u/HunkMcMuscle May 22 '24

Next you're going to tell me water is wet??

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u/Michs342 May 22 '24

Well technically by the scientific definition most scientist use "a liquid’s ability to maintain contact with a solid surface" water is actually not wet.

In the definition that most of us use it is wet. So I guess water might be wet or it might not be wet depending on which definition you use.

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u/Preda1ien May 21 '24

Viruses attack everything. A vaccine gives your body the tools to defend itself.

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u/Budget_Half_9105 May 21 '24

Maybe we should speed up the process

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u/Acceptable_Pirate_92 May 21 '24

There's a sign that says "Do not feed the Clowns"

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u/Aurelien_Juan May 21 '24

Any anti-vax dying from disease should get a Darwin award

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u/bigL2392 May 21 '24

Herman Cain can actually win something!

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u/freddit32 May 21 '24

It wouldn't be surprising that he is vaccinated and simply hiding it for his social media grift.

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u/Dibiasky May 21 '24

They think science is "woke"

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u/TheVoicesOfBrian May 21 '24

These glue-eaters sat through science class whining, "We'll never need to know any of this stuff!"

Now they think they're the second coming of Einstein.

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u/trexmagic37 May 21 '24

I remember getting into an argument with someone once because I said that vaccines didn’t make you Superman and magically keep you from getting a virus, they train your immune system so you either don’t get it as bad or don’t have symptoms.

He couldn’t comprehend it…he had been brought up to believe that vaccines repelled the virus like armor and since he still got the flu after getting the flu shot, they must not work. Disinformation is so frustrating.

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u/Oscaruzzo May 21 '24

They don't understand probability. Either something works or doesn't work. The idea that a vaccine will lower the chances to get sick is totally incomprehensible to them.

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u/Pristine_Table_3146 May 21 '24

Plus the fact that there are many versions of the flu. The yearly vaccine is prepared for a few versions that the medical community believes will be prevalent during the coming season.

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u/GameDestiny2 May 21 '24

The point of the brain is also to think, so they’re at least 0-2

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u/tomwtfbro May 21 '24

It’s crazy, when you break it down the intuitive simplicity of Edward Jenners smallpox vaccine, is far more digestible than half the shit they bend over backwards for to explain their worldviews.

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u/westisbestmicah May 21 '24

Yeah would the antivaxxers be more at ease if instead of a jab we blew biomatter from someone with COVID up their nose? Not nearly as effective but it’s the exact same idea.

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u/tomwtfbro May 21 '24

still a vaccine, if they can understand that they can study mRNA Vaccines and wrap their heads around that and learn instead of destruct. There was a time when the scrutiny from the public almost polished modern medicine like a cue ball, but now it seems people are trying to crack it open like a gum-ball with a centre of conspiracy- when they can barely understand high-school biology.

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u/mushyfeelings May 21 '24

These people just love trying to look smart but when you’re a total fucking idiot who failed 8th grade science this kind of shit feels good to them.

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u/CDSagain May 21 '24

This arse got kicked out of a very expensive private school here in the UK, he comes from a wealthy famous acting family, his acting career went nowhere and now tries to convince gullible morons that he is a man of the people fighting wealthy elites and their woke agenda. He recently lost a court case when he said a drag artist was a pedo. He tried to run for London mayor twice, lost his deposit first time and this time filled in the application form wrong !! He's a feckin embarrassment to the UK.

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u/trplOG May 21 '24

My cousin is a welder, he asked on fb about ivermectin and all the Facebook PHD graduates came out about how they'd rather use that than "the jab". Like if I started criticizing their welding or saying how to do their job, 100% they would be super butthurt about it til no end.

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u/ad4kchicken May 21 '24

This needs to be the psychological strategy used for them, pls, we should taunt them like "is your immune system so weak it can't take a tetraplegic version of covid? Good luck with the real thing then"

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u/APiousCultist May 22 '24

It's the corollary to "I can't wear a mask, I have asthma/breathing difficulties." You just can't hear that and not think "Well you're really fucked then."

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u/Traditional_Cat_60 May 21 '24

Thank you! Came here to say just this.

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u/wermodaz May 21 '24

Everyone who has ever died of a pathogen had an immune system, too.

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u/jkuhl May 21 '24

Right? That's how Colin Powell died despite being vaccinated. Cancer had wrecked his immune system, thus the vaccine wasn't worth much.

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u/thedishonestyfish May 21 '24

I have a long-winded explanation about this stuff which I can't be arsed to write out right now (heh).

But real simply, we're big complex things, and most of the micro shit that tries to kill us is really small and simple and evolves fantastically quickly.

In order to stay ahead of that, when we reproduce, we take our whole huge complicated immune system, and mix it with someone else's, and produce kids that are mix and match. Makes it much harder for a virus to nail all of us, because we're not the same.

And even if your immune system doesn't have the perfect answer to some disease (it often doesn't), it can usually (not always) whip one up if it has enough lead time (and is functioning well), and that lead time is what the vaccine is for: letting your immune system see in advance a weak version of some shit that might try to kill it later.

The funny thing though is, sometimes your immune system, even if it's working fine, even if you got a vaccine, has no answer to some random ass bug and you still get nailed.

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u/Ok-County3742 May 21 '24

Well a large reason why vaccinations are so useful is not all people do have immune systems. It's especially despicable that Christians lead the charge on being too selfish to consider that you might have an immune system, but the person at the desk next to you at work might be compromised...

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u/frinfrann May 21 '24

Yeah but you forgot one thing, your thought process is logical.

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u/TheRemanence May 21 '24

Exactly! ppl like my sister, who has a rare immune disease, aren't allowed to take the vaccinces. We take it because they can't. What a dumbo.

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u/Satanicjamnik May 21 '24

Why even brush one's teeth or wipe the old ass? Let nature sort it out.

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u/Castarc1424 May 21 '24

Toilet paper is unnatural!

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u/PoetRenan May 21 '24

3 sea shells isn't.

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u/professionalcumsock May 21 '24

Look at this guy. Doesn't even know how to use the three sea shells.

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u/Unable_Ad_1260 May 22 '24

I did not have Demolition Man on my bingo card today.

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u/Reytotheroxx May 21 '24

So that’s why she sells seashells down by the seashore…

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u/piercedmfootonaspike May 21 '24

I'm pretty sure he wears diapers, like his glorious leader.

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u/Silent_Relation_3236 May 21 '24

Who says he does?

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u/Satanicjamnik May 21 '24

To be fair, he that ice -cold, soulless stare of a man who plays fast and loose with conventional hygiene.

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u/ReddDead13 May 21 '24

Why cook your food? Pasteurization? Sounds blasphemous!

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u/Norwester77 May 21 '24

Well, vaccines don’t do much if you don’t have an immune system!

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u/Norwester77 May 21 '24

Actually, your immune system is exactly why you did want to get the vaccine: the worst outcomes from COVID came when people’s own immune systems, faced with a virus they had never encountered before, went into overdrive and ended up killing the patient

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u/Over-Analyzed May 21 '24

And neither do allergies. Seriously, has this guy never heard of an allergic reaction?

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u/ThirdEyeExplorer11 May 22 '24 edited May 22 '24

Yep, I had two family friends who were both staunchly antivax and just believed that Covid was just the common cold being made to sound worse than it was… both of them ended up catching Covid and it killed them both. My mom saw CT scans of one of their lungs and she said they were so infected that they were all scarred with holes all over them from where the infection just ate away at the tissue.

Edit: sorry let me correct this. I didn’t mean autopsy is photo’s of the cut open body. It was imaging(ct scans I believe) that they took right before he died, or during the autopsy)

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u/WarlocksWizard May 21 '24

Same people who say god is their protector but still wear a seat belt in a car.

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u/WintersDoomsday May 21 '24

Or own a gun

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u/PurpleSunCraze May 21 '24

The same people that loudly declare they didn’t wear a mask because they refuse to live in fear yet still need 2 handguns to go to grocery store?

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u/Darkdragoon324 May 21 '24

They’re not really afraid, they’re just hoping for an excuse to shoot someone.

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u/GiraffeSubstantial92 May 21 '24

Some are, but I simply can't agree that the people carrying ARs to grocery stores aren't paranoid and afraid of their shadows.

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u/land8844 'MURICA May 21 '24

I thought those "Home protected by Smith & Wesson" signs, and other signs like it, were funny... when I was 12.

Now that I'm in my 30s, I realize that the only things those people want to shoot are minorities and LGBTQ+ people.

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u/MangoBandicoot May 21 '24

I met a guy yesterday that had a shirt saying “Kill your local pedophile”. Yes, I agree on principle, but I suspect his definition of a pedophile is anyone a part of or a supporter of the LGBT+ community.

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u/Dragon_wryter May 21 '24

God will heal them, but they still go to the doctor for a broken arm

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u/Pjpjpjpjpj May 21 '24

A fellow was stuck on his rooftop in a flood. He was praying to God for help.

Soon a man in a rowboat came by and the fellow shouted to the man on the roof, “Jump in, I can save you.”

The stranded fellow shouted back, “No, it’s OK, I’m praying to God and he is going to save me.”

So the rowboat went on.

Then a motorboat came by. “The fellow in the motorboat shouted, “Jump in, I can save you.”

To this the stranded man said, “No thanks, I’m praying to God and he is going to save me. I have faith.”

So the motorboat went on.

Then a helicopter came by and the pilot shouted down, “Grab this rope and I will lift you to safety.”

To this the stranded man again replied, “No thanks, I’m praying to God and he is going to save me. I have faith.”

So the helicopter reluctantly flew away.

Soon the water rose above the rooftop and the man drowned. He went to Heaven. He finally got his chance to discuss this whole situation with God, at which point he exclaimed, “I had faith in you but you didn’t save me, you let me drown. I don’t understand why!”

To this God replied, “I sent you a rowboat and a motorboat and a helicopter, what more did you expect?”

Moral of the story - Actions to save ourselves or be saved by others may be Gods plan all along. Or there may be no God. Or there may be a different God than the one you are praying to. Doesn't really matter - help yourself, help others, and accept help when needed ... doesn't really matter what you believe about God.

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u/Elegant-Ad-1162 May 21 '24

...and go to the doctor

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u/virgil1134 May 21 '24

Yes its free will, but God will intervene when you pray extra hard that one time.

It always irritated me when someone says, "I prayed last night, that is why my surgery went well."

Okay, so the thousands of people who died in that earthquake didn't pray enough or were not spiritual enough to be saved by God?

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u/christopia86 May 21 '24

Things didn't go great for Jimmy Neutron after puberty it seems.

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u/WarlocksWizard May 21 '24

I do not like making fun of appearances but he looks like evolution passed by him.

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u/christopia86 May 21 '24

Like a sad lightbulb.

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u/mushinnoshit May 21 '24

This is my favourite description of him since "freshly wanked cock"

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u/Murky_Raisin_540 May 21 '24

This is just another Darwinian thing. Personally, I don’t care if he rolls the dice with his own life. I just don’t want him to be a risk to innocent bystanders.

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u/ptvlm May 21 '24

That's always the problem. if these people just removed themselves from the general pool, so be it. But, they affect many others. Not just with COVID, but they're bringing back other diseases we had almost eradicated, such as measles. The people who will suffer aren't them, since they were vaccinated as kids, it's their kids and grandkids who will pay the price.

If only there was something to make wilful stupidity as painful for them as it is for others?

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u/Mindful_Teacup May 21 '24

Larry Fox is a mouthpiece for conspiracy theorists, racists and their ilk

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u/LaughingInTheVoid May 21 '24

Also, the frontrunner in the "Most Divorced Man in Britain" contest

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u/lord_sparx May 21 '24
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u/Cichlidsaremyjam May 21 '24

Better yet since he has the cross on his name ask why he uses glasses when God gave him his vision.

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u/Piliro May 21 '24

I bet this dude has a cabinet full of medicine and have been to the doctor multiple times, as well as has taken stuff like aspirin. Like why? You have god and an immune system, just pray and wait

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u/houndsoflu May 21 '24

But, you need an immune system for vaccines to work!

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u/Tuckermfker May 21 '24

Almost every person that Covid killed... also had an immune system. Every person I personally know who was killed by Covid, all 13 of them, had a fully functional immune system.

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u/Wise-Juggernaut-8285 May 21 '24

But you’re using logic. Thats your problem

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u/Tuckermfker May 21 '24

The "fuck your feelings" crowd don't seem to realize that fear, anger and hatred are all feelings. Feelings that dominate their entire world view.

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u/Traditional_Cat_60 May 21 '24

They did not listen to Yoda’s teachings

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u/Tuckermfker May 21 '24

Wise they are not. Quiet they should be.

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u/Upper-Chocolate-6225 May 21 '24

You knew 13 people that died from covid? That's insane!! Sorry to hear this.

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u/Tuckermfker May 21 '24

To be fair, I'm 42 so I know more old people than say a 20 year old would, and most of them were 65+ and most not in the best shape. They would likely still be here without that infection though. I lost a 40 year old former coworker at the beginning of the pandemic, and another co-workers wife made it home after over a year in the hospital, on a vent for months. She caught a cold about 6 months later that gave her pneumonia again and did her in at 39, leaving 4 kids behind. She would, barring an accident absolutely still be alive today if not for Covid. I never even got sick from my first bout with Covid, there weren't even tests out for it yet when we think it went through our office. Half our staff had the typical respiratory symptoms, a quarter of us had none of those symptoms but had weird heart rhythms and mental stuff, and the other quarter never had anything. I had it at least once after testing was available, but we all believe we had that first go around so lets say twice. My wife despite direct exposure, never got it. Her father who also had direct exposures, never got it. There's a reason I'm still active on posts like this. It did affect me personally for months, despite being in good health. It killed 13 people I know. It severely affect at least 10 other people I know, either for life, or for months to years. Yet these asshats are still pushing bullshit like it was just a cold, and vaccines killed millions. It pisses me the fuck off.

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u/imahugemoron May 21 '24

There were lots of these morons begging for the vaccine in the hospital as they were dying of covid while saying goodbye to their families via FaceTime. It’s too late at that point. Survivorship bias, most of the people who learned first hand how dangerous covid is ended up dying, leaving the rest to think “idk I had covid and recovered fine, must not be a big deal”

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u/Frizzlebee May 21 '24

That's the sad part, though. Most of the people who agree with this empty headed take LOST people to COVID. It's actually impressive the opinions they'll hold to, literally, JUST "own the libs". They'll literally embrace a dictator, looney toons level representatives, advocate against their own interests, even actually fking DIE to achieve this stupid goal. And it's only when they're ACTUALLY DYING that they think maybe that wasn't a good reason to do all the stupid things it took to get there.

I can understand a view of "if I don't see it, it's not a thing". But this is the equivalent of shutting your eyes, covering your ears, going "lalalala can't hear you" to AVOID seeing it so you can pretend it's not a thing.

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u/TiaMystic May 21 '24

The day after my dad’s funeral (he refused it lmao) one of his relatives (IDK who and I don’t fucking care who) went up to meet with my mother and I. She works as a nurse at a hospital and probably seen this shit first hand, but somewhere along the conversation that bitch said, in her own words. “I’m still not taking the vaccine.”

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u/Inevitable_Top69 May 21 '24

Yeah but none of MY friends died soooo

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u/Fritzoidfigaro May 21 '24 edited May 21 '24

For those that don't know, your immune system does not recognize every pathogen. When you get exposed to a virus your body takes time to recognize that particular virus as a threat before it can launch a counter attack. Then it has to produce the cells that can attack the virus. Meanwhile the virus is replicating at an exponential rate, overwhelming your body. A vaccine simply shows your immune system the shape of a virus without exposing you to the actual disease. Your immune system is now preprogrammed to fight that particular pathogen before it has time to get a head start. Science works. Science is not out to get you.

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u/Zorrha May 21 '24

Future recipient of a Herman Cain Award....

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u/dankeith86 May 21 '24

Hopefully a Darwin Award winner

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u/HurricaneAioli May 21 '24 edited May 21 '24

If there is one thing COVID should have taught these people, it's that the immune system can be easily beaten!

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u/DeathByLemmings May 21 '24

You used the word “taught”

That’s where you’re going wrong. These people are unreachable 

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u/battlingheat May 21 '24

To be taught you must be willing to learn 

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u/OccidoViper May 21 '24

Lol the whole point of the vaccine is to train your immune system to recognize the virus so it could fight it.

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u/Zomby2D May 21 '24

It's like an army general saying we don't need training, we have soldiers.

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u/ClearSchool817 May 21 '24

You see how that's working out for Russia

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u/billetboy May 21 '24

My 87 year old mom just battled covid. Never heard such a wet rattling cough in my life. Glad she was vaccinated, she suffered for a week. I've no doubt it would have killed her without an immunization boost

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u/jkuhl May 21 '24

Getting a vaccination improves your immune system though.

Christ these people don't even have a high school level of education in science.

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u/realparkingbrake May 21 '24

Over a million Americans with immune systems died thanks to Covid-19. We have a family member who was not expected to survive Covid, but somehow pulled through thanks to being vaccinated, had to spend time in rehab however.

There is some irony in people with such beliefs removing themselves from the voter rolls.

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u/MaikyMoto May 21 '24

If he only knew that 89% of Covid deaths were unvaccinated.

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u/anras2 May 21 '24

Something is killing millions of people with fully functioning immune systems.

"bUt iT woN't StoP mE I HaVe aN ImMunE SySTem!!!"

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u/Sipthecoffee4848 May 21 '24

Why is he wearing a shirt and pants when he already has skin?

These anti-vaxxers are the chimpanzee's of society, wait... That's insulting to chimps, they are more in line with mindless parasites.

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u/Steve_The_Mighty May 21 '24

He doesn't look like somone with a robust immune system. He looks like a mild cold could end him (hell, he looks like he'd struggle to withstand a strong breeze).

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u/leckysoup May 21 '24

Lawrence Fox just looks like a walking pathogen.

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u/ProgrammerHonest6013 May 21 '24

Why wear clothes when you have skin

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u/MoltenJellybeans May 22 '24

Vaccines are supposed to "train" your immune system to fight off pathogens. Just like how a police force needs regular training to stay in shape.

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u/stos313 May 22 '24

Let’s not forget of course that the way you STRENGTHEN an immune system…..is with vaccines

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u/Kuildeous May 21 '24

For the same reason he's not thinking when he has a brain.

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u/deeeeez_nutzzz May 21 '24

Everyone who was killed by it had an immune system.

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u/Use2sk8 May 21 '24

Why chew your food when you have a stomach

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u/Spare_Substance5003 May 21 '24

Why is he wearing clothes when he has skin?

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u/Revolutionary-Gold44 May 21 '24

This post is 2 years late

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u/PoppinSmoke1 May 21 '24

Why use disinfectants and antiseptics when getting tattoo's you have an immune system?

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u/smol_boi2004 May 21 '24

For my gun loving folk, that’s like saying I don’t need a bullet, I have a gun! Like that ain’t worth jack shit if you don’t equip it properly

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u/Clever_Hans_ May 21 '24

Has he tried Ebola?

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u/TrainingSnow7712 May 21 '24

Why wear a watch when you can use the sun?

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u/TarugoKing May 21 '24

He also has a brain but not using it. 🤣

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u/Solkre May 21 '24

I have a police force! We don’t need anyone to report crimes.

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u/Terrakinetic May 21 '24

Anti-vaxxers should not be allowed to have the polio, hepatitus, tetanus, etc vaccines. And when they get inevitably sick, we quarantine them and let their immune system handle it.

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u/Long_Housing201 May 21 '24

COVID vaccine was a joke. Everybody that I know that got the vaccine has caught covid multiple times. And me and a group of 10 people never got it and never had covid.

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u/PsycoMonkey2020 May 22 '24

Or clothing when you have skin? And why do you drive a car when you have legs?

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u/Important-Future3484 May 22 '24

Bro's eyes cant even eye properly and he thinks his immune system's got his back lmao.

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u/Bondagenwheat May 22 '24

F----ing idiot! So did my little brother but then he caught Covid & died in 10 days flat!

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u/According_Wing_3204 May 21 '24

Darwin award candidate. Never interrupt these fools as they make their mistakes.

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