Things That Make You Go... WTF?

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Son, 27, 'wants to sue his parents because he didn't CONSENT to being born'
Raphael Samuel is reportedly planning on taking legal action against his parents in Mumbai, India


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Danya Bazaraa
  • 13:47, 4 FEB 2019
  • UPDATED19:15, 4 FEB 2019



MAN 'TO SUE HIS PARENTS FOR GIVING BIRTH TO HIM'


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A 27-year-old man plans to sue his parents because they did not ask for his consent to bring him into the world, it is reported.
Raphael Samuel, from Mumbai, India, is reportedly part of a so-called 'child-free' advocate who believes children shouldn't be made to suffer life.
He has been described as an 'anti-natalist' who thinks parents don't have the right to give birth if a child has not agreed to being born.
And he is planning on taking legal action against his own parents for giving birth to him without his permission, Times Now News reports.
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https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/weird-news/man-27-plans-to-sue-13950715
 

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This cough I caught somewhere,is my WTF? moment for me. Can't sleep too well and feel like I'm coughing me lungs up, that and a sore throat. Glad I'm on my rest days!!!!
 
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Cats are cute in zero G, dogs are more fun:

A spoilsport writes:

That's funny, but any loose objects in the cockpit are a huge no-no, especially when doing aerobatics. Having an unsecured dog in the cabin is unbelievably irresponsible.

I hope the animal was provided with some kind of protection for its very sensitive ears.
 

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Cyclists on the footpath and pressing the bell behind you so you'll move out of the way!Darn it!You should be on the road
Not in this country... We have shared pedestrian/cycle paths (with rules, often marked, about who goes on which side of the path) alongside many roads. So dinging the bell to alert a pedestrian that they're obstructing the cycle lane is quite acceptable. And it's much safer than cycling on the road.
 

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Not in this country... We have shared pedestrian/cycle paths (with rules, often marked, about who goes on which side of the path) alongside many roads. So dinging the bell to alert a pedestrian that they're obstructing the cycle lane is quite acceptable. And it's much safer than cycling on the road.
OTOH, on our local cycle path to the next town there're often parties of pensioners strolling along who jump out of their SKINS if the hear a bike bell. They spin round, see us and clutch each other in a panic as if we're the cavalry about to cut them down.
 

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OTOH, on our local cycle path to the next town there're often parties of pensioners strolling along who jump out of their SKINS if the hear a bike bell. They spin round, see us and clutch each other in a panic as if we're the cavalry about to cut them down.
As Alexander Armstrong says to EVERY contestant on Pointless when discussing their hobbies/jobs, "That sounds like fun".
 
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