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(38 People Likes) What's the weirdest question you've been asked when crossing an international border?

ere were some essential medicines that were not available in Pakistan, so I purchased them in the US with great difficulty, and then flew to New York, from where I was supposed to go to Pakistan.
When I tried to board the flight from New York to Pakistan, I realized that I had no idea where my passport was. I must have left it in Florida. If I went back, besides the expense, I would miss my flight, and the next flight would be much later because it was the holiday season and flights were booked for weeks. The medicine also had a very short shelf life, so I just told the airline agent that I had to go, even without a passport, because it was a life and death situation.
She replied that it was not possible to travel without a passport. This was 1985, the U. S. was different country, and the name Pakistan did not ring any alarms. I asked to see a supervisor. I explained my situation to the supervisor, and said that I can prove that I am a Pakistani by dozens of ways, I went to school there, I have relatives there, so I will be able to deal with whatever happens there. She said that if for some reason they deport me from Pakistan, the airline will have to bear to return cost and will be penalized $25,000, and asked if I was sure. I guaranteed that I was sure I could handle it, and that was all it took. (If I had been deported from Pakistan, I would have been in real trouble, because I couldn't possible re-enter the US without a passport or visa!)
On the plane I had the center of three seats, so I told both my neighbors about my predicament. I explained that perhaps I might get apprehended at the airport, until I can establish my identity, so I described my luggage and asked for their assistance in getting the medicine to my brother. I gave them phone numbers of relatives that would come and pick up the medicines. I now realize that it must have sounded a bit fishy (delivering unknown drugs for a person traveling without a passport) but it seemed like they believed me (once again it was an innocent time).
After having taken care of this, it was a long flight, so I went to sleep, and slept for some 18 hours. When I woke up, my neighbors asked how I could possibly sleep. They said that both of them had been talking the whole time, and they couldn't sleep out of concern for what was going to happen to me.
When we got off the plane, I was also getting a bit nervous, and managed to be the first one out, and so was the first person in line. When the immigration officer asked for the passport, I explained how I didn't happen to have a passport. It was some 3AM, and he was sleepy, so my explanation did not register at all. He repeated, "Can I have your passport." After a second time, he finally realized that there was no passport coming. By now the line behind me was getting long, so he asked me to step to the side, and wait.
After a long while, a second official came, and heard my story. Once again he left, scratching his head, saying that this is the first time he has seen such a case. After an even longer wait, after which the line was getting close to finished, another official came and we went over the same story. This person finally said "Look, whoever deals with you is going to get into trouble. You are already behind the immigration desk, so why don't you just save us the trouble. Slowly blend in with the rest of the crowd, and just keep walking to the baggage claim!"
I took a deep breath, took a few steps, worried that some alarms a going to start ringing, or some guard will come stop me, but I saw that nothing happened, so I took a few more steps. I think they were intentionally looking the other way. After that, with a bit more confidence I just walked over to the baggage claim and waited for my bags to arrive.
Once out, I asked friends in Florida

(51 People Likes) Is Chucky (Child's Play) a real doll? And which company made that doll for the movie?

’s Play movie featuring the doll character “Chucky” came out in 1988. (My Buddy (doll) - Wikipedia
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Here is a photo of the real doll from 1985:
Here is a photo of Chucky, as the fictional “Good Guy” doll, before his appearance turns “evil.”:
One can see the general resemblance to the 1985 doll design. The real-life Hasbro/Playskool “My Buddy” doll was, like the movie doll Realistic Sex Doll ine, designed as a playmate, with little boys as the intended target market.
In 2016, Mezco Toyz produced an officially licensed Chucky doll based on the movie character. Note that

(78 People Likes) We’ll look at the hits and misses of both in this article.

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(89 People Likes) Where can I buy a cheap TPE or silicone sex doll in the European Union, with shipping to Sweden?

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(83 People Likes) What movie is so disturbing, you would never watch it again?

I suppose that was my own form of rebellion at the time. Among them were KIDS, Gummo, Requiem for a Dream, Pink Flamingoes, and more. While they were all hard to watch in one way or another, I actually ended up liking the majority of these movies, and I wouldn't say most were disturbing enough for me to never want to watch them again. Most of them at least, not all. I have a handful that I would rather not rewatch even after all these years.
Stoic (2009) was one that was very hard for me to keep looking at during certain scenes. To not get so into detail, it took place in a prison cell holding four inmates, then three of them gang up on one and essentially torture him to death. I felt sick at how realistically gruesome and grim it was. When it was over, I was able to appreciate the better aspects of the film, such as the acting that was uncomfortably convincing, and how they utilised the minimal budget in their favour. Despite that though, I was shaken by it for a while after watching it. It wasn't entertainingly outrageous like Pink Flamingoes (although that movie is on thin ice for me). It didn't have the masterful direction of a movie like A Clockwork Orange. I think it was executed well enough for what it is, but I didn't have much reason or desire to rewatch it. I don't know if it would be as disturbing to me nowadays as it was then (I'm 17 now), but from what I remember, I would rather not return to it and find out.

Mala Noche (1988) is a film that I'm not entirely sure was meant to be disturbing, but it did creep me out nonetheless. It wasn't gorey or violent, it was offputting in the sense that it was told from the perspective of a grown man sexually pursuing two teenage boys, and he sees nothing wrong with this at all. He even addresses the fact that they were probably only around 16, yet he gleefully describes how much he wants to have sex with them all through out the movie. That's pretty much the whole plot. They were both clearly uncomfortable with his flirtation, and when he does have sex with one it was only in exchange for money. It didn't help that it was cheaply made. There are some parts that are laughable, boring, and/or just cringeworthy. I wouldn't mind never seeing it again.

Now The Human Centipede movies…. I don't think I watched all of them, but the ones I managed to sit through were not entertaining enough for me to justify how gross they were. I do enjoy a disturbing movie for the sake of being disturbing every once in a while (if I can take away something good from it) these just didn't do it for me. Maybe a person's mouth being sewn to another person's anus was too much? Because there came a point where I questioned why I was even watching. Again, maybe this wouldn't be as bad now as it was when I was 12–13, but I'm not eager to find out. If I can say an

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