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By Anonymous - / Sunday 28 November 2010 06:02 / United States
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By  DocBastard  |  38

If I ever meet OP, I'm going to proceed to punch him in the left nut for using "proceeded" twice. It's redundant, excessive, extra, superfluous, unnecessary, unneeded, and redundant. And it makes you sound like an asshat.

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she was probably one of the newest threats to society, we call them granny snatches or GS. they use their feebleness to lull unsuspecting victims in and either kill them or rob them. usually GS's report to an alpha male nicknamed "the gramps" who oversees the whole operation.

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  _TONGAN_  |  5

yeah I don't think she stole your wallet OP...I think you were too quick to judge. you probably dropped it somewhere long before this even happened.

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  beccusmaximus  |  0

29- This actually is a very common occurrence. Just keep in mind that women who are elderly now came from a generation where women didn't work and relied on their husbands. And when ole hubby passes away, I guess that leaves a lot of grannies strapped for cash.

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  suppressed08  |  2

Both have their downsides. Glee makes watchers assume they wrote their own music, and Family Guy (to me) seems like a shit combination of the Simpsons and Southpark.

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Ive never seen Jersey Shore or The Oc but from what Ive seen of Family Guy it seems bad but thats just my opinion just like Glee being bad was his opinion. I have different tastes in TV programs then anyone else so...

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  KittyMack  |  5

There's NO reason to assume a senior is honest, any more than a young person! I think a 50 or 60yr-old (especially one that's weathered from hard living) could fake their way into looking older and more fragile than they are in order to pull a con. And the stumble IS the pickpocket's favourite move. As another poster already said: criminals don't magically become nice just because they get old.

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  dogiestyle123  |  0

Beachblondeex13 I read your profile thing I don't understand that &amp thing you have going on there lol idk and idk how to message on this thing I feel slow with FML

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1. to take something from (someone) by unlawful force or threat of violence; steal from. Robbed defined by dictionary.com I think taking someone's wallet out of their pocket without their knowledge or consent falls under the "steal from" section of the definition. So yes, he was robbed.

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  Bayji_Gunner  |  0

Wow dictionary.com. To "steal from" is not the only element of a robbery, it must involve either the use of force or threat of violence. You're thinking about larceny where neither force nor the threat of force has to be present.

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  Bayji_Gunner  |  0

Wow dictionary.com. To "steal from" is not the only element of a robbery, it must involve either the use of force or threat of violence. You're thinking about larceny where neither force nor the threat of force has to be present.

By  DocBastard  |  38

If I ever meet OP, I'm going to proceed to punch him in the left nut for using "proceeded" twice. It's redundant, excessive, extra, superfluous, unnecessary, unneeded, and redundant. And it makes you sound like an asshat.

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