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By Anonymous - / Saturday 19 March 2011 12:13 / United States
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By  kofeinisti  |  6

Travel State Gov website: "All U.S. embassies and consulates have an after hours duty officer available to assist with life or death emergencies of U.S. citizens abroad. Contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate after hours duty officer for assistance if you have an emergency need to travel."

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  TayonaC  |  10

haha hide ya kids hide ya wife hide ya purse cus they taken stuff from everybody out there see what I did there? yes it was dumb but I thought it was funny too

By  kofeinisti  |  6

Travel State Gov website: "All U.S. embassies and consulates have an after hours duty officer available to assist with life or death emergencies of U.S. citizens abroad. Contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate after hours duty officer for assistance if you have an emergency need to travel."

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  maddiester  |  5

#6, she said 'guess who HAD'.. which could've meant she posted this after it happened. -__- you should learn how to read closely. and even if it was fake, what good do you gain calling it out?

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  KaySL  |  24

#42, I'm not calling it fake, you fucking imbecile. I'm pointing out the OP is on vacation in the USA, hence she comes from a different country. And if you had even an ounce of reading comprehension, you'd quickly gather that she's talking about the situation in the present tense. Think it the fuck through next time you consider willfully misrepresenting someone's comment, idiot.

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  dudeitsdanny  |  9

Did Sirin forget to take out the banhammer after your last escapade? Chilllll. No need to overreact like this. It's not like they were even rude about it, they just misinterpreted(not represented, btw) your post. Explain it and chill, or let it go. Did it really ruin your day, or something?

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  KaySL  |  24

Nah, sorry, but she opened the floodgates of hypocrisy by accusing ME of misreading the FML. Never mind the fact that said FML is plainly spelled out, and yet she still managed to somehow figure it's narrated in the past tense. Speaking of tense, I'm not, if anything I find that whiny bullshit amusing, but I do like to give back to the community what they hand me. I CARE about people, you see.

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  KaySL  |  24

Okay, now I just feel verbally molested. Expect the biggest burning shit you've ever seen at your door this evening. And by burning shit, I mean the burning carcass of OrganisedChaos. Yeah that's right, I kept the body for some highly implausible and completely virtuous reason.

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  daybowbow  |  0

Doesn't mean he's not from the US in a foreign country. Under "city" he could have just put his hometown, not where he's located on the globe at this moment.

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  Zebidee  |  8

I did that one day for a laugh. I was in Austria and decided on the spur of the moment to get on a train to Bratislava, when I wasn't even 100% sure what country it was in. I arrived with no map, no guidebook, no phrasebook, no idea what language they spoke, what currency they used, or exactly how I was going to get back. The guy at the train station told me the return train left from another station on the other side of town, so my mission was to get through the day, cross the city on foot, and find my way back, all with zero preparation. It was one of the more interesting days out I've had.

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