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By Holls - / Thursday 12 April 2012 13:47 / United Kingdom - Bristol
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By  TKello  |  6

I wouldn't worry about it, I mean yeah it's embarrassing for you, but it doesn't sound like he was upset or anything. If anything, it's probably a common occurrence for him.

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By  TKello  |  6

I wouldn't worry about it, I mean yeah it's embarrassing for you, but it doesn't sound like he was upset or anything. If anything, it's probably a common occurrence for him.

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  runnamuk  |  6

33- There is a difference between asking "what is wrong with your face" and asking "why do you do that", like the OP did. One makes you an asshole, and one makes you curious.

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  psuedodragon  |  23

33, OP didn't (necessarily) say "what's wrong with your face", she asked why he was puffing his cheeks. There are tons of reason people might do that -maybe the food they ordered is too spicy, or they're trying to whistle, etc. I would've asked too (if it's spicy food I'd know to avoid what he's having, if it's the whistling thing then I could commiserate over our mutual lack of ability). Asking a simple question does not make a person a jerk. And sometimes "what's wrong with you face" is a perfectly valid question (like if it were all blue and purple and swelling horribly)...

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  IronicIrony  |  8

I probably would have done the same thing, because I would have thought he was pretending to be a puffer fish (everyone does that). Maybe that's just me, but I can't blame the OP here.

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  SkoomaKi  |  24

16 - You have the most distracting profile picture on this site. I have a girlfriend who I'm faithful to, but this picture I find myself looking at -.-

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  mexicotoucher  |  7

I think OP thought that that was seductive and she was successfully flirting back.

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  TheHaHaNoGuy  |  5

I had several at 13/14. I fully recovered thankfully but I've been under strict supervision for about 3 years in case I' have another one. The worst part is that I can no longer go on roller coasters or drink any alcohol and stuff.

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  RiiOT09  |  9

Glad to hear you're ok, strokes are terrible no matter how old you are, but I feel like its worse in children as part of their childhood gets taken away.

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  TheHaHaNoGuy  |  5

They're more common than you think. 300 children a year. I said roller coasters was the worst because I used to be extremely afraid of them until 11/12. And once I found out what I'd been missing, I went on a roller coaster streak. It's a big impact on your life. It's one of those things that you never realise that it even happens until it happens to you or somebody close to you. I was a bit shocked because my only symptom was a very strong headache (although I later went temporarily blind in the top right corner of both my eyes. Which lasts between 2 and 3 weeks). But the doctors said that you can get them very easily if you're unlucky. They've had patients who have had them from having their head too far back while getting their hair cut!

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  SkoomaKi  |  24

I wouldn't go as far to say OP is an asshole, but she definitely embarrassed herself.

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  The_Hitdude  |  12

I'd say it's about a 60:40 ratio of intentional:unintentional. However when I say intentional, I'm not really trying to be an asshole, but I'm usually grilling someone for making what I thought was an idiotic comment.

By  ElricMustang  |  23

Well it's not like you knew. The only real thing to do when someone does that is to do it back. You don't always assume something's wrong. It's not your fault, OP, unless you laughed or something afterwards.

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