Just the mention of needles near somebody’s eye is enough to make our hairs stand on end and break out into a cold sweat, so imagine you had to endure that just to play pretend?
It’s an uncanny way for anyone to stop bluff and reconsider their poor choices realize it’s just not worth it!
Despite, well, overwhelming evidence to the contrary, kids can be fun, and one thing they love to do is play video games. So this makes it easy to spot who's pretending because allegedly, it works every time.
We can't help but wonder why kids would want to fake being deaf? The medical jury is still out on this one but at least we know when they're faking it.
When the Cops Show Up
Evidently, the sight of cops can cause seizures for guilty suspects, while their bouts of shaking are voluntary, so are their abilities to follow orders. Sure, the sight of cops does make some people nervous, but we've never heard of it causing convulsions.
Maybe this is a new kind of seizure, as being caught by cops can suddenly trigger a fit of trembling.
Real-life is no sci-fi novel, but there are those that have main character syndrome and remain convinced that they shouldn't be held accountable for being an obnoxiously noisy neighbor.
Instead of turning his music down, this guy thought he was the victim! If there was a trophy for being the most insufferable neighbor, this guy should get it.
Being a doctor means you have a trove of stories ridiculous enough for those who don't work as a medical professional, and this one should be filed under 'you can't be serious?'
Not being capable of moving your own arms is one thing, but making your own arms so stiff that nobody else can move them is totally bonkers.