r/nextfuckinglevel Nov 25 '22 Wholesome 1

They get medals for lifting that by hand, he lifted that on head just to earn couple of bucks.

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u/To_Boldly_Go_wnmhgb Nov 25 '22

Father: This is NOT what I meant when I said “use your head to make a living”…

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

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u/spiralEntree Nov 25 '22

His father was talking about making an onlyfans

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u/FriedStuffedOlive Nov 26 '22

Son: "One day, I'll have my own head-carrying company!"

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u/captkckass Nov 26 '22

But Dad you also said you wanted to see me have a more balanced life too 🥺

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u/123456jeff Nov 25 '22

Whats up with posts in this community having such dramatic beats.

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u/Rulinglionadi Nov 25 '22

Karma who***

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u/byrd3790 Nov 25 '22

Knock knock?

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u/iSuckAtGuitar69 Nov 25 '22

you can use the icky words on reddit no need to censor yourself

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u/According-Pace-530 Nov 25 '22

Not true! I got banned permanently from a reddit forum for using regular words that are icky in nature.

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u/MotherBathroom666 Nov 25 '22

M O I S T

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

shudders

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u/LovsickPrfectaTerain Nov 25 '22

There may be a need with bots like u/profanitycounter [self]

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u/SyntheticSalvo Nov 25 '22

song is the lokiverse theme from the movie Vikram

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u/ThereIsAJifForThat Nov 25 '22

He must of forgot his hat at home

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u/no_phixion Nov 25 '22

must have = must‘ve ≠ must of. There is no such thing as „must of“, this drives me crazy and im not even native haha

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u/DefoNotKda Nov 25 '22

He should of stayed in school 🙂

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

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u/Ok-Attention-6289 Nov 26 '22

And the tires?

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u/WhatDoesN00bMean Nov 26 '22

Your an idiot

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u/ThereIsAJifForThat Nov 25 '22

Sorry, I must of not noticed

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u/Crowbarmagic Nov 26 '22

Could of got in hit in the head as a kid. Possibly by a motorcyle.

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u/bostonguy9093 Nov 25 '22

Lol I'm with you bro. It's only the natives that make this mistake and so many others like confusing their, there, they're...and so on...

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u/WhatDoesN00bMean Nov 26 '22

I of no idea what you mean

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u/Open_Recognition Nov 26 '22

Interesting. I thought everyone was native of somewhere.

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u/WhatDoesN00bMean Nov 26 '22

Native have somewhere. FTFY

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u/BaptizedAnkles10 Nov 25 '22

Man, your day must be totally ruined now.

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u/not_swagger_souls Nov 25 '22

Commonly accepted styles of writing or speaking are what language is. There was a time where the contraction must've would also not be accepted. If the vast majority do not care and understand what is being said then it is not a mistake it is slang... the reason we have constantly evolving language

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

“Must’ve” is a contraction of “must have” which is correct. “Must of” isn’t slang. It’s just completely wrong.

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u/not_swagger_souls Nov 25 '22

It is slang, because it is commonly accepted as being fine. Language "rules" don't exist and you can't always follow something to a tee. Must of, must've and must have are all the same thing because they exist in common vernacular. Correcting the way someone else speaks is generally the only wrong answer to the question of language

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u/MrMerryweather56 Nov 25 '22

" must of " isnt slang.

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u/not_swagger_souls Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 25 '22

Of course it is, slang can be practically anything that one person says to another person and is understood by the receiving party as long as it is not the "proper" way you might write it formally

If you want to sit around all day and argue the defining properties of language you might as well also argue what shape water is lol

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u/rearadmiraldumbass Nov 25 '22

It's called a malapropism. It's unintentionally wrong. Slang is using a substitute word intentionally.

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u/no_phixion Nov 25 '22

Yea dude, i dont know on which data u based ur comment, that its „commonly accepted“.. but there is always a difference in speach and text. As most ppl won‘t hear the difference, they for sure will notice in, e.g. an application. So i just hope to educate some ppl, who maybe wanna work for an international business.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

Poor Engrish = Ebonics yall must of skipped skool.

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u/pedrohpauloh Nov 25 '22

Video missed transfer from guy head to platform. Why? Is it a secret? Probably is.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22

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u/WhatDoesN00bMean Nov 26 '22

There's no way in hell a bird could lift that

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u/pedrohpauloh Nov 26 '22

Thank you for your comment. You are probably right. I had not thought about such possibility. Thank you. That's not sarcasm. Thanks again.

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u/willzor7 Nov 25 '22

They get medals for that?

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u/yackofalltradescoach Nov 25 '22

Dudes got flip flops on too!

There’s no biking out once he hits that first step.

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u/kavien Nov 26 '22

He used to a foot taller the year before he started this job.

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u/crazytoothpaste Nov 25 '22

Stark reminder of haves vs have-nots

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u/Pirate_Green_Beard Nov 25 '22

Totally. This guy has a motorcycle, while I have not.

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u/crazytoothpaste Nov 25 '22

And flip-flops ? But then who knows … there maybe a snake nearby

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u/TacoPi Nov 25 '22

Now that’s what I call a motorcycle helmet

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u/johnscura Nov 27 '22

Unless this guy gets on that bus I need to see how they get that off at the end of the line

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u/Silver-Ad8291 Nov 25 '22

Easy to balance when the centre of gravity is in his balls

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u/k1NgjAm3s84 Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

As someone who regularly uses ladders for work, I'm happy to see him maintain 3-point of contact while climbing.

Remember, always safety first!

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u/Happy_noises Nov 25 '22

Real life Captain America Over here

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u/coromandelmale Nov 25 '22

Insane. How did he even start doing that? It’s not like you can half carry a motorbike on your head

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u/AutumnOfDiscontent Nov 25 '22

This should be in the Olympics. Fight me

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u/Imbalancedone Nov 25 '22

Just because you can do something, doesn’t mean you should.

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u/Boo_hoo_Randy Nov 25 '22

I can do this too if the tank is first filled full of helium. Pshaw!!

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u/Admirable_Stand_6891 Nov 25 '22

I just lifted bike in my Indian flip flops 🩴

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u/photog608 Nov 25 '22

Imagine what he would do for a Klondike bar.

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u/hondactx16i Nov 25 '22

Oii!!!?? WTF, man has a very particular skill. Hire that man somebody.

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u/Is_That_A_Euphemism_ Nov 25 '22

When I lived in Haiti there was the tiniest lady who would go door to door selling produce with a gigantic basket on her head that had to way more than her. I’d help her take off her head and then help her get it back on, but she would just cruises around with it like it was nothing. Stop and chat with folks. Talk with hands, just generally behaved like it wasn’t even on her head. This stuff still amazes me.

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u/Connortsunami Nov 25 '22

If he wears the motorcycle he probably rides a helmet, I would assume

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u/Pyr0P1rat3 Nov 25 '22

And in sandles

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u/eriF902 Nov 25 '22

Always three points of contact. And in flip flops , no less !!!!!

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u/Unhappy-Professor-88 Nov 25 '22

It has never and would occur to me in a million years, upon seeing a motorcycle to think “Hey, I bet I can carry that on my head, using no hands, as I climb a ladder to the roof of a bus.” And then to bloody well try it!

How does a person realise they have such an ability? Why has nobody bought this man a superhero cape? Why put a motorcycle on the roof of a bus and not just attach it to the back? So many questions…

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

He should wear a helmet

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u/ptq Nov 25 '22
  • cents

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

Crane next ass boa

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u/InvestNorthWest Nov 25 '22

Thanks for the headache reddit!

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u/cockitypussy Nov 25 '22

India, par for the course.

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u/its_just_flesh Nov 25 '22

Cant they ride the motorcycle to their destination?

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u/ravs_7777 Nov 25 '22

I always knew Superman was Indian.

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u/GlitterChemist Nov 25 '22

In flip flops for a tip!

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u/Netrexinka Nov 25 '22

Couple cents you meant

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u/Chemical_Natural_167 Nov 25 '22

Man if homeboy had scoliosis his back would snap like a twig! That's wild!

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u/Mun0425 Nov 25 '22

This is usually how i transport my office chair from college to home when packing my car. People get laughs out of it and post “chair guy” sightings on the schools public story

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u/Knight_TheRider Nov 25 '22

I am feeling pain in the neck while watching this can't even imagine what he must be feeling

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u/MilkLordXRP Nov 25 '22

That guy has good neck!

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u/Certain_Whereas_7056 Nov 25 '22

Cool... Now do that with a honda gold wing!!!

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u/Failboat88 Nov 25 '22

Imagine waiting a hour to load to ten bikes on the roof.

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u/cesam1ne Nov 25 '22

Seriously, this is so impressive that I can't even joke about it.

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u/aandreii Nov 25 '22

Bye bye spine

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u/Prestigious-Hand-402 Nov 25 '22

On that shitty ladder too…

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u/Coal212 Nov 25 '22

Only in Ohio

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u/arebello34 Nov 25 '22

How's that even possible??

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u/DarlingFuego Nov 25 '22

Plot twist: It’s cake

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u/JakeFromFarmState1 Nov 25 '22

Bonus: bro is wearing flip flops 🩴

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u/rgray92082 Nov 25 '22

Poor kid. And he’ll be a cripple by fifty.

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u/Sure_Student_7352 Nov 25 '22

Hey you carry that tree

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u/callingFives Nov 25 '22

idc about this cool head balance trick, I wanna know what the song name is. This is a banger.

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u/Wonderful_Ice2157 Nov 25 '22

Good thing he was wearing safety flipflops or else he would have slipped on the ladder and died 😳

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u/Foolishly_Sane Nov 25 '22

Very impressive!
I wonder how long it took for him to achieve such levels of balance?

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u/theofficeaddict123 Nov 25 '22

When travelling through Africa, I asked (naively) whether this village store can change my batteries on my G shock watch (sort of like a 2nd hand shop) and the man laughed and said I am an AfriCAN not an AfriCANT. Everyone laughed at me and since then I no longer underestimated people lol

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u/MutedIndependence674 Nov 25 '22

That ladder deserves a medal

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u/Eththermadness Nov 25 '22

Feel my knees crunching

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u/tqmirza Nov 25 '22

So 2012 I was in rural Mali and the landscape changes during rainy season from a literal desert to water gushing everywhere in canals and dried up rivers; many which you could ride a bike or drive through to get one from one village to another.

When the rainy season came back then, it was particularly heavy, one village I would go to a dried up stream filled up so much that if you walked through you’d be chest deep, no way you’d get a motorbike through; which is what I was using to travel.

First day I saw the stream, I went nope and just turned around. Second day however, there was a young man charging 200 CFA (30 cents), he’d pick your 70/80kg bike, put it on his head like in the video and walk through the stream chest deep on uneven rocks and mud and what have you and put it down on the other side like it was walking an old lady across the road.

And here I am complaining in London that the rain is making my trainers wet…

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

One trip master:

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u/Fair_Diet_4874 Nov 26 '22

The best thing is how easy it looks

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u/FatesMessEngineer Nov 26 '22

That is impressive!

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u/Badnun99 Nov 26 '22

Just another fucking gear head showing off

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u/Rehwagen Nov 26 '22

Its called, capitalism

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u/MaDCapRaven Nov 26 '22

And he's in flip-flops!

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u/ScrewJPMC Nov 26 '22

Dude rocks

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u/eyegi99 Nov 26 '22

I bet the chiropractor bill wiped out his profits.

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u/Desertwind16v Nov 26 '22

Can’t forget he’s also wearing sandals

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u/AnArdentAtavism Nov 26 '22

...

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... the fuq?

I'd like to have that man's strength and balance, but not his medical issues.

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u/medium_fun598 Nov 26 '22

Tried to carry a sack of rice with my head, felt like my spinal will give up .

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u/8thdimensionalbeing Nov 26 '22

Better hope that dude is there when you reach your stop to help get it down.

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u/Redflagsforever1991 Nov 26 '22

Imagine what that guy would do to a human face with a head butt. Jesus Christ. Smashed lasagna comes to mind.

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u/revol_concept Nov 26 '22

Bro but why are they putting it on the roof of a bus?

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u/ConsciousPlantain977 Nov 26 '22

This would blow my sandals away!

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u/Jaxxblocc3x Nov 26 '22

Buddy just built different😂😂🤦🏽‍♂️👍🏽

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u/Midnight290 Nov 26 '22

He did this in fucking flip flops!

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u/jairngo Nov 26 '22

It’s like the rest of the animals, they would beat any athlete because of how they live..

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u/numero_bingus Nov 26 '22

not an unusual thing to see in south asia, mainly india, bangladesh and pakistan

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u/Adam_46 Nov 26 '22

With each step he’s taking that bike to the r/nextfuckinglevel

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u/Clear_Sherbert_2905 Nov 26 '22

Streets always look filthy yet they have on a collared shirt.

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u/King_Offa Nov 26 '22

Doing this looks exhausting

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u/SolutionFrequent1230 Nov 26 '22

This must be why they are so small

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u/phatty720 Nov 26 '22

Chiropractors hate this one simple trick for realigning your spine.

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u/Kingly707 Nov 26 '22

The human body is astounding.

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u/justtheentiredick Nov 26 '22

So no video on how he got it on his head???

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u/MassiveMoose Nov 26 '22

Fucking stupid idiots.

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u/TopCheesecakeGirl Nov 26 '22

Don’t tell me let me guess. India. I rode on that same bus and it almost tipped over because it was top heavy.

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u/icemonsoon Nov 26 '22

Couple of bucks for food>medal

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u/imalpha1331 Nov 26 '22

Welcome to Chennai, you guys! This incident probably happened at the CMBT

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u/LaurensFanProjects Nov 26 '22

The true hero is that ladder.

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u/FrostbiteF Nov 26 '22

Why do Indians do everything in sandals?

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u/CanK54 Nov 26 '22

Well, asia is a weird place indeed.

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u/Yilwina Nov 27 '22

Also: In Flip Flops

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u/colexian Nov 27 '22

Kids today and their crazy hats.

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u/DespairPk Nov 29 '22

he got it

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u/Ya-Dikobraz Nov 29 '22

Ha, nice try. The tyres are obviously filled with helium. And so is the petrol tank. (Joking, obviously).

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u/Winton1982 Nov 29 '22

And in flip flops to say the least

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u/VegetableTour4134 Nov 29 '22

What the neck strength Batman!?

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u/hhunkk Nov 25 '22

How to fuck up your spine, this is sad, lack of education in people is the cause of this.

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u/MrMerryweather56 Nov 25 '22

You have never been to a 3rd world country,obviously.

Street vendors and women in my country mostly use their heads for lifting and carrying produce and goods walking for miles everyday

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u/trashmanthegreat Nov 25 '22

While I agree that in developing countries people have to do what they have to do so no judgement to this guy... But carrying food and water on one's head literally isn't comparable to carrying a full motorized vehicle on one's head.

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u/MrMerryweather56 Nov 25 '22

He isn't and won't be the last to do it,and the comment about " lack of education" is very sheltered.

I would love to have the poster spend a week where I live.

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u/ChickAboutTown Nov 25 '22

It's so much easier to carry anything on your head. I know I do it any time I have to carry anything really heavy. (I am African.)

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u/bostonguy9093 Nov 25 '22

No, poverty is.

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u/BaptizedAnkles10 Nov 25 '22

After 3 years in the head-motorcycling business, ive finally sustained a career ending spinal compression injury. Back in my day I used to shuttle about 5 harleys a day up to customer’s apartment bedrooms for delivery. I got let go by my Head head-motorcycle boss because he didnt wanna give me worker’s comp. Be careful out there, brothers and sisters!

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u/Trashchild345 Nov 25 '22

Or you dont want to test what your body is capable of doing

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u/hhunkk Nov 25 '22

The body is frail for some things, spine injuries are permanent and you don't have to play with it.

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u/Successful-Medicine9 Nov 25 '22

Your carries a lot of weight here. I saw things like this frequently in Tanzania. When you are carrying heavy things on your head from the time you are a toddler, you develop muscular structure and memory that allows for more heavy lifting like this. This isn’t something just anyone could do with enough training or whatever.

I also saw people take boiling pots off of fires with their bare hands, and of course laughing at me for saying I wouldn’t do it. I didn’t take offense because I didn’t grow up handling hot metal everyday.

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u/sailormikey Nov 25 '22

Why not ride the thing? Ffs

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u/Specialist_Angle_433 Nov 25 '22

We got ppl in the states that can do stuff like that!? Y’all ain’t ever met a crackhead?

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u/Krypto_Kane Nov 25 '22

Yeah just go down the block and see no neck Johnny. He’ll take care of you.

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u/Sumfin_Randuhm Nov 25 '22

Crackhead strength is real!

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

I’ll take spinal compression issues for $2, Alex.