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Car crashes into bus. EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF! Watch

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    The old woman up front was the only one who thought about someone other than herself/himself.

    All this time, westerners wagging their fingers whenever a video like this would come out in a non-English speaking country. What do you have to say now?

    :lol:

    "OPEN THE DOOR", woman literally climbing over injured man... wow. hahahaha
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    (Original post by TheGuyReturns)


    The old woman up front was the only one who thought about someone other than herself/himself.

    All this time, westerners wagging their fingers whenever a video like this would come out in a non-English speaking country. What do you have to say now?

    :lol:

    "OPEN THE DOOR" hahahaha
    shut up you ****
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    (Original post by TheGuyReturns)


    The old woman up front was the only one who thought about someone other than herself/himself.

    All this time, westerners wagging their fingers whenever a video like this would come out in a non-English speaking country. What do you have to say now?

    :lol:

    "OPEN THE DOOR", woman literally climbing over injured man... wow. hahahaha
    Errrrm I don't think anyone would wag their fingers at that video, regardless of where it occurred. I think you're a bit of a sick individual.
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    I like the driver's reaction, something bangs into the bus but he's just sitting there and not jumping to check what's happened :lol:
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    lemme guess, if you were there you would have saved the day? yeah i haven't heard that a million times before from armchair warriors

    fact is what they did was natural instinct

    people aren't in the right state of mind when in shock and have no control over how they react

    i'm guessing the fear going through most peoples mind was that the bus would explode therefore rightly they all left

    anyways i feel sorry for the poor passenger who was hit by the car, he went flying! ouch
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    (Original post by Allie4)
    i'm guessing the fear going through most peoples mind was that the bus would explode therefore rightly they all left
    This like never happens :-/

    I blame video games and films where everything explodes
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    Looking out for yourself is not a crime. Nothing wrong with what they did,
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    (Original post by WhiteKnight747)
    Looking out for yourself is not a crime. Nothing wrong with what they did,
    There wasn't any danger after the crash. The guy kicked the door and jumped off like ISIS were about to show up. LMAO
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    (Original post by TheGuyReturns)
    There wasn't any danger after the crash.
    they don't know that...
 
 
 
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