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By  stormchaser24  |  24

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  hellaflushfa5  |  6

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  geerod22  |  5

I've seen multiple OPs comment back, it's a rare occurrence, but happens. I'd love to see www.fmylife.aftermath.com, where OPs can go to tell the rest of the story.

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  l23VIVE  |  17

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  zinoxity  |  23

If girls don't want their boobs to be stared at, then why the hell wear low cut tops with your cleavage clearly showing? Seriously. What's the point of showing cleavage if you don't want people to see it? Get over it.

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  GaleHawthorne  |  0

The only stereotype for California that is agreed by everyone. It is hot down there.(This coming from a northern Canadian who has only gone to Florida once, what do I know?)

By  oppawoppa  |  9

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By  allard  |  14

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  esines  |  9

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  peachesncreem  |  21

Speaking of pat downs, is it just me or does everyone else get their chest area pat down at the airport? It's only happened when I traveled to the US (and within the US too) but not when I traveled to Asia or Europe :3

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  gracehi  |  31

It doesn't happen to everyone, but it's not unusual. American airport security has been molesting people ever since 9/11. It's quite controversial here, actually. Personally, I find it rather ridiculous that the TSA insists upon violating people whom they have no reason to suspect.

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  gracehi  |  31

Yeah, because safety is a great reason to make an 80 year old woman remove her diaper and to put a 4 year old child on a no-fly list. I'm all for safety, but some of the TSA procedures are stupid and are only done to make the agency politically correct so it can't be accused of racial profiling.

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  downtime  |  12

95, Not at all, being too safety conscious is NOT a good thing. Theres a limit at which point it just becomes ridiculous - and airports are quickly getting to that point. Fact, if someone wants to get shit on your plane badly enough it will happen. Making it harder is good, but when it becomes chaos for those who are not doing anything wrong, or boundaries are being crossed it is totally unacceptable. It's about time those assholes learnt this and stopped fucking everyone around.

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