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My brain before going through airport security: what if I accidentally have a gun.
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    • The tweet is relatable but the reaction image was stupid
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    • Ok so... this was an actual thought i had once. I used a briefcase my dad (retired police officer) made by uncle mikes, for a carry on once. it had a couple hidden compartments for weapons. I bet i checked that thing over 100 times to make sure i hadn't missed one.
      DB3216 6 sep
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    • Go back home and try again
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    • The first time I flew by myself when I was like 16 I bought sports cards & they were in my carry on in a glass box, 100% looked like a bomb under the scanners. They pulled me aside, while the guy was unzipping my bag he said “do you really think we... Oh shit, it’s just baseball cards.” It was both
      Football 7 sep
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    • I’ve walked into a government building with a knife because I forgot
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    • Deadmau5 7 sep
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    • More like what if TSA plants a gun on top of all the cocaine I’m smuggling so they can finally apprehend my counterfeit suitcase and grab my jacket with the “DO NOT TEAR” tag ripped off
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    • Don't say bomb, don't say bomb, don't say bomb
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    • I got randomly swabbed at airport security once. They detained me for having "Composition 4" on my hands. I wasn't surpised. About an hour waiting, for them to make phone calls and confirm my "story". That I was EOD in the Army, and what I had been doing for the past few weeks, was handling C4.
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    • I've had to walk back to my vehicle like everytime I go to the local court house. Always have a pocket knife, hand gun or something else they don't encourage to bring into the courthouse, lol
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    • What if I have liquids in my body😳
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    • I always forget about the .22 i have keistered in my ass
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    • I do this with weed and knives. One time i got stopped in security and they took out all my shit and wiped my computer and ran tests on the wipe. I was like "aw shit i hope i didnt accidentally hollow out my laptop and fill it with drugs and forgot about it"
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    • One time I accidentally went to school with a shotgun and another time had a bullet in my pocket on accident the entire day cause I was shooting the day before. The shotgun was literally in my car when I pulled it into autos class and opened the truck without remembering. No one saw luckily
      NVBenny 7 sep
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    • Walked into court one day and the fuckin alarm went off, i almost ahit myself i was like fucking christ what do I have that I forgot about. Took me a minute to remember that I have 2 rods, a plate, and 13 screws in my back
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    • I heard some report of how the TSA literally failed like 99% of fake bomb tests
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    • *oh shit what if i accidentally have a bomb and the presidents name in my underwear pocket of my suitcase*
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    • You can actually fly with a gun if it's in your luggage, unloaded, with a trigger lock, and in a locked container
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    • shut up
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    • Airport security after finding your gun
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    • We put a jar of peanut butter in my grandmas suitcase and she was so confused why bomb sniffing dogs had to sniff her shitcase
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    • Anywhere else that’s not the U.S: what if I accidentally have the right to bare arms?
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    • My uncle’s friend had lost his extra mag for his glock months ago and was at the airport, they pulled him aside and asked if he knew that he had left an empty magazine in his bag and his eyes lit up. He was like “you guys found it!” It had gotten into the lining of his bag through a small tear.
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    • God I hate this reaction image. It sucks even when it's used properly
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    • This is actually a problem for me
      noonehas 7 sep
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    • How do shitty memes like this get featured?
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    • My family works in construction and repairs - somehow, one of the nail guns (loaded) got into my 11 year old brother’s suitcase. Not the same as a real gun, but he still got through the security checkpoint without being stopped.
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    • I have had that feeling in DC. I carry in VA; so, when I go to DC I have to make sure I’m not.
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    • One time I brought one of my hunting backpacks as my bag (short trip) and I went through it but in a tiny pouch was a foldable RAZOR BLADE and a few people came and looked at the scan and dug it out and the guy was like. Ok so, unfortunately for you uhh.... I’m not gonna be able to let you
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    • What do you do if you accidentally bring a gun into an airport. I plan on conceal carrying when I turn 21 just in case something happens and this is something that I’ve worried might happen. What would be the appropriate way to tell security that you have a firearm without getting arrested?
      Zenix931 7 sep
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    • Walking past store sensors, "what if I accidentally stole something"
      ySkippy 8 sep
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    • Bro I think that and I don't even own a gun.
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    • Before i go through the store exit "fuck what if i stole something?"
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    • Bruh I dont even have a gun and this is a thought I have
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    • Accidentally
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    • one time i was tested for bomb residue and my 12 y/o ass was panicking like i even knew how to make a bomb
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    • I got patted in front everyone because forgot to take belt off and it beeped on the scanner 😅
      2rawwww 7 sep
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    • *Texas
      4Pep 7 sep
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    • I once went to the airport after shooting and found a 9mm casing in my pocket on the plane. Good thing I had pre-check...
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    • who told you
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    • Then you better pray you have your ltc otherwise you gonna spend the night getting your butthole resized
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    • I wouldn’t even be surprised if the didn’t find it I went thru with a knife I forgot I had and they didn’t find it
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    • That’s what I did with a pocket knife. Just told them they can keep it, I accidentally brought it there
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    • When going to LA last year they put my through rigorous bomb testing... I was wearing a muscle shirt, shorts, and slides...
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    • Do you guys think Air Marshals are needed?
      xMandy 7 sep
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    • There’s no need for that reaction image you retard
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    • Don't worry TSA is so useless they won't even know
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    • Went through security with a 15 round mag in my bag. The took the mag. Took me to a security office for about half an hour and asked tons of questions. They let me go. I get a letter 2 weeks later saying they will wave the $3,000 fine because it’s my first offense.
      uhnil8 8 sep
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    • Walked into an airport metal detector with a concealed carry knife with no handle that i forgot about. Awkward a f.
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    • I think the joke is that this guy doesn't own a gun at all but airport security just makes him anxious for no reason
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    • Why does this hit home so hard?! IVE NEVER EVEN BEEN ON A PLANE OR IN AN AIRPORT 😂
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    • Ifunnyers when they see any sort of reaction image:
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    • As long as it’s unloaded and in a hard case container that’s only accessible to the owner it’s okay
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    • Shit meme shit meme
      MinaDay 8 sep
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    • What if I accidently have a thermonuclear bomb?
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    • Hubby forgot he had a gun in his work travel bag, had to pay $500, do community service, it was suckish but no big deal.
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    • Dude from wizard’s of waverly place actually did this lulz
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    • I mean. Cops do be planting "evidence" all the time nowadays
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    • Fucking just "fuck fuck fuck what if I left that unregistered m249 in my pocket"
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    • I check my pockets and suitcase like 100 times before I get to the airport just in case!
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    • I got stopped by airport security for having a suspicious object in my backpack..... it was my Magic The Gathering deck
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    • I accidentally brought a hot glue gun on a flight two weeks ago so not out of the realm of possibility
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    • I walked through with a 99c wallet knife that I had gotten like 2 years prior and forgot and I think that’s the most stressful tsa check I’ve ever been through
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    • The TSA would probably miss it. No offense to individual employees, but the only things the TSA does well are being bad at its job and burning funds.
      mrakrawr 8 sep
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    • That actually happened to my grandmother, she forgot she had a pistol in her purse and she had to go behind the curtain and I think she stayed in jail overnight
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    • Accidentally? I’m an uber driver and carry every day. Helped a passenger get from the gate to my car once (she was handicapped) and had my gun the whole time. My bad.
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    • I once accidently brought a kitchen knife to airport security when I was 11. I was very sassy, thinking she was just being extra by searching me, until she pulled out the knife from my back pack😂
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    • I actually know someone who was detained and jailed in a south american country because he lost a handgun magazine years before, and their version of TSA found it in the lining of his luggage.
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    • i get my hands swabbed every single flight getting on and coming off. im brown so that adds up. but im okibwe so that doesnt add up
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    • For those us who carry every day that's a legitimate concern.
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    • i dont even know what heroin looks like, but i think i might have accidentally packed some!
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    • Went hunting once, left my still blood covered knife in my carry on, tsa was cool about it, they mailed it back to me
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    • Accidently brought one of those knives with the knuckles on it in a backpack through airport security cuz im a dumbass
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    • It's a real concern! I made it across the country with live 223 rounds in my carry-on
      ryanlewy 7 sep
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    • I know this feeling
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    • It's east to forget if you've been Ccing for a long time
      Mcswan 7 sep
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    • When the moment strikes, I immediately know where all my guns are and what I have on...walking into a government building...I've forgotten a couple times. Not funny
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    • Ive made it threw the airport round trip with a tazer and a knife.... I was shook when I got home and realized I never took them out of my purse
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    • Im American and i would actually worry about that
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    • I had lost my kershaw leek (favorite pocket knife) and TSA found it in one of the Inner pockets of my book bag. I was so excited to have found it, only to be very disappointed when I realized they had to throw it out
      aearly92 7 sep
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    • All countries airports are high highly guarded
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    • I unknowingly had a souvenir .50 BMG that I got from a veteran in my backpack and went through customs with it. It was all banged up and the primer was gone but they still took it
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    • was playing scribblenauts at the airport and asked my mom how to spell bomb. Oh boy was that a long day
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    • wait did i accidentally put a bomb on my pocket
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    • And what if it’s accidentally fully loaded next to a pile of also fully loaded magazines?
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    • Ok but this has actually happened before to someone I know.
      DaSquyd 7 sep
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    • Wait so is that a legit fear? I didn't know. I've always brought my gun with me to the airport, pretty common for me at least.
      skyraze 7 sep
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    • Funny story I have actually done this ha. I almost missed my flight because I had to buy a locking case to put my gun in before I was allowed on the plane
      sevryn 7 sep
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    • Whoever added that reaction image is definitely European
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    • Me skinny dipping: what if I have my phone on me
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    • Atlanta season two
      senate 7 sep
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    • My dad literally did this
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    • I like how this had nothing to do with america but with people worring about stuff they shouldnt be worried about
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    • For me it was like, I wonder if there is weed residue anywhere in my pockets or bag or anything. Once smuggled in a joint on accident because it was in my notebook on a random page and I had no idea it was there.
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    • When you’re going through airport security but you have Tourette’s and yell bomb five times
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