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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - wrekoj [OP]
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#2 - theviolabeast
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37st....
37st....
#95 to #2 - Sabor
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I swear that threw me so ******* much...
"Thirty-sevens-? Thirty-seven-st? Thirty-seven-sit"
User avatar #3 to #2 - biscuitsunited
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37 stone.
I was like that at first.
User avatar #11 to #2 - keltainenlumi
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Thirty sevenst. Clear as day.
#6 to #2 - hasinvadedyou
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37st= 518 pounds or 234.9kg
37st= 518 pounds or 234.9kg
User avatar #9 to #6 - Zydratejunkie
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Imagine if he was 31st or 41st. It'd be terrible, there'd be no way to know.
User avatar #89 to #6 - senninn
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Oh, i was thinking they spelt 37th wrong.
#23 to #6 - anon id: 22dd6a64
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i thought you die if you pass 200kg how can people survive that?
#57 to #23 - cantexplain
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you caaant be serious
User avatar #91 to #57 - auraguardian
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i thought that was a plucked chicken
#19 to #6 - endospore
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Why use stone for body weight? I never understood why the metric system is all about base ten, easy conversions, and using the same measurements wherever possible, but then they just throw stones at you.
#82 to #19 - gwasyneidr
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Stone isn't part of the metric system - Just an old thing people use, like how people sometimes still refer to height in feet in inches.
#20 to #19 - kez
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I like stone. Its a large enough weight to mean something, but not too big a half or quarter of it is too large.

1 Stone = 14 pounds.

Any meaningful weight loss is going to be 3-6 pounds. Which is a 1/4 to 1/2 stone. And any good weight loss is going to be 1/2 stone - 2 stone. It works well

And its easier to imagine 16 of something than 220 of them or w.e the conversion is.
User avatar #87 to #19 - rainbowrush
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We don't use stone in my country. Don't think it's used in most countries with the metric system.
#4 - perform
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Victims FW
#41 to #4 - wagastragas
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im sure they will take your pc
User avatar #42 to #41 - perform
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200 dollar laptop kind of ftw?
#8 - austinpowerz
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> Be me, 16, drunk at a mates party
> Queue for toilet is really long, cba to wait
> Go for a piss on the road outside
> I've forget that my mate lives in a really rough area
> Mid piss, gang of 15ish guys come round the corner
> Surround me asking for phone + wallet or they'll beat me up
> Hand over really old phone and wallet with two £5 notes in
> They give me my phone straight back (presumably worth nothing)
> Guy takes out money out of my wallet and gives me it back
> look in wallet, still have a £5 in there
> They all walk off

> 3/10 worst muggers ever, would not get mugged again.
#28 to #8 - Orc
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The story would have been funnier if a cop saw you, and you were henceforth known as a sex offender.
#72 to #28 - hungwellhamburger
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I... what?
#73 to #72 - Orc
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It's illegal to piss in public.
#15 - withstrangeraeons
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Once when I was 16 a guy tried to mug me for my bike. Then when that didn't work he tried to get my phone number
It was pretty surreal.
#51 to #15 - anon id: c286b601
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I had a mountain bike that the gears were so messed up on it, the chain would frequently skip, causing your knee to slam straight into the handlebar.
The cables were also completely broke, ends exposed, making for bouquets of rusty spikes.
This bike was hell with wheels. It took guts and a tetanus shot just to ride it.
But it got my through my days for some years, and with trivial blood loss.
I generally just kept it chained to my front porch, but forgot to chain it up, one night.
The next morning, my brother wakes me up, asking if a bike down the street was mine.
I confirmed that it was and we ran to grab it. It was laying in the middle of the sidewalk.
When we got to it, we saw a fair amount of blood on the bike and the sidewalk around it.
Whoever stole it made it about half a block before the chain jumped, sending their ass sliding off the front of the seat and onto the pack of rusty spikes.
#77 to #51 - gerfox
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> Mfw I lived in a country where I haven't locked my bike for 15 years, and never has it been stolen
> Mfw I forgot it at our local stadium for a week when I was 9, and when I remembered where I put it it was still there. Untouched.
Living in a country with low crime is gooooood.
User avatar #24 to #15 - guardianatreyu
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So did he get it?
#25 to #24 - withstrangeraeons
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I gave him a fake, but I was still pretty impressed by it.
#27 to #15 - Orc
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I don't believe you.
User avatar #70 to #15 - oaaaaa
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from all the things that didnt happen, this didnt happen the most
#13 - withstrangeraeons
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"37st"
"37st"
User avatar #14 to #13 - thereisaguy
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I think it's stone. One of those weird measurements Europeans and boxers use.
User avatar #18 to #14 - Hyoukin
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37 stone would be almost 235kg or 518lbs. The guy in the photo looks really heavy, but he doesn't look 518lbs to me.
#16 to #14 - withstrangeraeons
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Ohhh I see. I thought they were trying to write "37th" as in 36 other people had had this problem first.
User avatar #17 - allamericandude
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The pipe bomb thing is actually kind of funny. Now the terrorist has to take the flight, but he doesn't have the bomb with him so he can't do anything, and it's unlikely that he brought any money for a flight back because he figured he'd be dead. So now he's stuck in whatever hell hole he was planning on attacking in the first place.

That's the way to fight terrorism. Not with violence, but with boredom and inconvenience.

Maybe that's why the TSA exists.
User avatar #22 to #17 - mangostormlegend
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The Rick Mercer Report did a brilliant take on that

RMR: Pipe Bomb Scare in Edmonton
User avatar #93 to #17 - boyddamilkman
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If I recall correctly the person wasn't even aware he had the bomb with him. He made a few bombs with friends to see if he could and then exploded them in an empty field. For some reason he decided to not detonate the one and put it in his camera case for later use. He then packed his camera case to go on a trip with his parents with the bomb still inside.
#29 - Inoobkillme
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I keep a ****** old phone with me in case I get mugged so I don't have to hand over my good one.
I keep a ****** old phone with me in case I get mugged so I don't have to hand over my good one.
User avatar #10 - badgerbaiting
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When I was 15 I got my first phone. More suited to knocking nails into concrete than receiving calls, but it was mine and I thought it was awesome. Anyway, I was mugged and the guy asked for my phone. I was a tiny kid and he was a foot taller than me, a few years older and a good deal heavier (I went to what was considered a very upper class school).

**** that. Bastard wasn't taking my phone. I kicked him in the shin and booked it. Made it a good 30 metres before he caught me, lifted me up and threw me to the ground bodily. Hurt like a son of a bitch. He pulled my phone and just cracked up laughing. "Just keep it you little Edda" he said. I was confused as **** but happy to have my phone back. I still have it to this day.
User avatar #31 to #10 - newforomador
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Your mistake was only kicking him in the shin. Kick him in the nuts, push him to the ground while he's off balance, kick him again for good measure, then start running.
User avatar #102 to #31 - badgerbaiting
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That was a 15 year old against a 17 year old who was built like a brick **** house. I was so god damn short I could barely reach his groin. Thank you puberty for making 6'0 mater race.
#39 - reggaemortis
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So many people before me have questioned this but I can't help it...   
   
37st? Seriously?
So many people before me have questioned this but I can't help it...

37st? Seriously?
User avatar #44 to #39 - dancingdoggy
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37 stone
User avatar #46 to #44 - reggaemortis
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Oh stones, right. Don't use stones here so didn't know about it's abbreviation either
User avatar #47 to #46 - dancingdoggy
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No worries, I read it all confused for a while too.
Even when I figured out it was stone, that doesn't really help me figure out the weight.
I have NO idea how much a stone is.
User avatar #49 to #47 - reggaemortis
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Well apparently 1 stones = 6.35kg/14 pounds
Isn't google great? Ho ho ho
User avatar #50 to #49 - dancingdoggy
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Thank you kind stranger
#52 - harshy
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