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By  rg350dx  |  36

I'm imagining OP's iPod is playing, "You've been hit by, you've been struck by-" Thief unplugs the iPod, snatches it and sings "A smooth criminal." The thief then proceeds to moonwalk off the bus with the rest of the occupants performing choreographed dance.

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  VeganVampyre  |  38

71- because you can't lose your iPod while listening to it without noticing. When it falls out of your pocket it will most likely rip the headphones out of your ears, and if not, you'll still feel the pull from the weight of it dropping, and it will either disconnect from the headphones and fall, or stay connected and just hang from the cord. Either way, you'd have to notice it.

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  CiyinWanderer  |  38

I had almost the same thing happen to me a few years ago. I've said that if I ever met the person who managed to lift my iPod I would shake their hand for pulling it off... then I would punch their lights out for stealing my iPod.

By  rg350dx  |  36

Well you know what they say what happens when you assume...You end up getting your iPod stole right from under your nose and get left with headphones dangling from your ears plugged into air like you're some kind of escaped mental patient.

By  MysticMonkey  |  31

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  MysticMonkey  |  31

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By  rg350dx  |  36

I'm imagining OP's iPod is playing, "You've been hit by, you've been struck by-" Thief unplugs the iPod, snatches it and sings "A smooth criminal." The thief then proceeds to moonwalk off the bus with the rest of the occupants performing choreographed dance.

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