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    (Original post by Kandiman)
    I'm now wondering where you find people stupid enough to accept someone else's ID. Like, they have a picture on them. If you're thick enough that you can't tell the difference between the person in front of you and the person pictured on an ID, you need culling from society.
    happens all the time lol, most shopkeepers dont care. Most of my friends had them when they were 16/17 and were completely fine
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    (Original post by jamesj477)
    happens all the time lol, most shopkeepers dont care. Most of my friends had them when they were 16/17 and were completely fine
    Well, that sounds like yet another social problem that needs fixing ASAP.
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