• The downstairs neighbor just installed a stripper pole.
Hook a car battery to it
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    • Floors should not be that thin
      Batmane 21 jun
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    • There are 2 scenarios that sprout from this, 1. How thin are those floor boards. Or 2. How long are those screws.
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    • Step on it and sue them lmfao
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    • Start a fire you will
      StalinYou 21 jun
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    • How thin are your fuckin floors
      jmadk137 21 jun
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    • Jesus those are huge fucking screws then 😳
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    • I'm doubting this. Why the hell is their stripper pole so close to a wall? Why is the floor so thin, or why are the screws a foot long?
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    • Jump on it and sue. Make some bank
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    • Ive seen the exact same picture with a caption saying their neighbor installed a new chandelier ._.
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    • Car battery won’t do anything but short out. Bad idea. Get an Electric Fence Charger. High voltage - low current. Kinda like a static zap you get on a door knob. Connect the wire to all the screws for a good connection. You’ll hear a squeal every time the pole is touched.
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    • Its fake, but a funny idea.
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    • Car batter? Who has a car Barrett in there place ? Car battery is low voltage dc and will not work, cut the female end off an extension cord, strip back the black wire, hook it to the screw and then plug in the other end, then wait.
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    • Find a way to unscrew it so when they she tries she falls
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    • Car battery is only 12V it wouldn’t do anything unless you put the polarity together and the battery blows up
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    • *Addam's family theme intensifies*
      adgjlsfhk 21 jun
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    • For people saying it was a chandelier those screws would rip the floor out and the chandelier would fall there would have to be an electrical box mounted to the studs in ceiling
      t4up13 21 jun
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    • That couldn't happen with how building are made. There's always some space between the studs.
      theacp127 21 jun
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    • “Eviction soon? You not allowed to install those on the premises and definitely not on to the building.”
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    • Damn rip
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    • theres no way a ceiling is directly under a floor like that. theres like a foot or two of space between for pipes and stuff
      akNoonan 22 jun
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    • Open up a big ol can of Thot-B-Gone
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    • Sounds like that would be a shocking experience
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    • Wouldn’t work would just short out of the pole was steel, and wouldn’t complete the connection if it was aluminum
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    • The original post said they installed a new chandelier. Not a stripper pole.
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    • I work at a place that sells batteries and on my first day the guys told me that one of the ways they test batteries when they can't find the voltmeter is they touch a metal rod to both terminals, anyways I did it and became sparky sparky boom man
      Viction 22 jun
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    • Unscrew it from your side and listen for a lout thump
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    • Somebody screwed up
      TOUCH_ME 23 jun
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    • How did you not make a hole on your floor
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    • She’ll be shocked to find out
      Yatsuto 23 jun
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    • I laughed too hard at this, and I actually wish it was true
      Le0nTeck 23 jun
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    • Actually a ceiling fan and the bitch goes in overdrive mode
      lilchemo 23 jun
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    • Drywall 3/4 inch, maybe another layer of plywood, 4'' 2x4, then a layer of 2" 2x4 so round up to about 8 " thick
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    • *drills hole through floor*...now you got a free show without having to spend a dime to watch
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    • Step on one, sue them for damages
      AjaxSoap 23 jun
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    • Ahem .....wasnt a strip pole it was a chandelier....info check much?
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    • Bru let the poor girl live, but also, like isn’t there restrictions and shit on that kinda damage to someone’s floor?? Like idc about the stripper pole,, just the fact that it’s like,, THROUGH THE FLOOR????
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    • Wow y'all missed the funny with it. Drop the logic and just laugh lol
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    • Floor joists according to building code are at least 8 inches deep depending on their length.
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    • You got some paper thin floors then.
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    • Isn't that just a direct short? At most the pole gets super hot and starts a fire right? Unless it's aluminum and doesn't even do anything?
      MrMOPAR 21 jun
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    • Are the floors an inch thick or something?
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    • 169 likes and 69 comments
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    • 69 comments nice
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    • A car battery to each screw would not shock a user. It'd take the path of least resistance straight to the other screw
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    • Even better, hook a semi battery to it. Those are big batteries
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    • How fucking long are ate screws jesus crits... there's 2x4 right on the roof.. there's no need to go all the way through.. this is either fake or the neighbor is really really stupid
      chipple 21 jun
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    • Car battery wouldn’t shock the person on the pole, right?
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    • 169 and 69... nice
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    • Wow who told you that? 5/8 inch plywood 16 on center, is code.
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    • Step on it and take the win
      johnfacts 21 jun
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    • Murder is hilarious!
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    • if that happens to me I'd just exept that my floor is fucked and cut around the screws into there ceiling as revenge
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    • That actually looks like a dance studio though
      hey_renee 23 jun
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    • All my life I have lived in the dark, time to light it up - Bandit
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    • 69 comments. Nice
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    • Step on it and sue them I must
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    • Nice.
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    • Does it fry like a bitch?
      raccon101 24 jun
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    • Jay my man you are a genius
      Necro1 22 jun
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    • Cheeso
      EilidhM 23 jun
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    • I just saw this picture with a different story on r/makemesuffer so im calling BS on this one
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    • Blackmail with daily lap dances
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    • How about you sue them for damages
      AEOEU 21 jun
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    • Why is no one talking about the likes and comments?
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    • Lots of idiots here that know nothing of structure framing. It's a fake picture for laughs but nah, we gonna be idiots and spout shit in the comments.
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    • A stripper pole for Smurf’s?
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    • What kind of apparent has floors the thin to where there downstairs screws are showing upstairs
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    • Since he ruined the floor you can cute the nubs and take a drill bit and drill the metal and then listen one day for the epic fall
      FNHR 21 jun
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    • Cut the screws off
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    • Connect two wires to either screw and connect them to a power cable and plug it into the wall
      TheSpoi 21 jun
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    • Naw just saw off the ends and wait for the pole to fall on its own
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    • Calm down satan
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    • “How thin are your floors?” People do you not realize that there’s beams, then very thin plywood on them?
      mememiner 21 jun
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    • Then you drill out the screws so it falls next time they use it, easy
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    • Thats not how electricity works lol
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    • We need a picture of bandit
      joker3601 21 jun
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    • How are your floors that thin?? I feel like you could easily fall through that if something heavy enough falls through
      RahSizzle 24 jun
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    • Even more funny that there are 69 comments
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    • The results, are shocking.
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    • Stripper poles are fun lowkey. And yes you don’t have to be a ho to use them. They can be used for exercise and over all have fun dancing on them. More people use them than you know. You don’t have to be a dick and instal a car battery to it, just talk to your downstairs neighbor.
      DeazyAce 21 jun
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    • Spectate 21 jun
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    • Any body notice the likes and comments?
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    • This one would simply cut the screws down to size so I do not step on them. That would make it less likely to hold grip and then *thud*. This one thinks you deserve it.
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    • Shitty move but to everyone saying she’s a thot for having a pole, it’s a form of exercise. I started when I was 11 and always wore full clothing. Just because some strippers happen to do it doesn’t mean it’s the only use
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    • I'm assuming this must be, according to the meme, an apartment complex. But youre not allowed to install things such as that, it'd go against contract. So op is a fucking liar
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    • They said it could not be done
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    • Bandit trick?
      kahoochie 27 jun
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    • Hammer then down so the shit falls
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    • Arent apartments required to have a layer of concrete between floors in case of a fire
      Natelav 25 jun
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    • 69 comments about a stripper pole? ..... nice
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    • Drill them out and make it fall
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    • Electrical circuit won't reach all the way down the pole, you'll need to connect a positive on one end of the pole and negative on the other end. Battery Direct current works different than house plug alternative current. Now that's another story
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    • Those are either long ass screws or that floor is thin as fuck
      TacoKilla 24 jun
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    • How fucking thin is the floor in your apartment complex?
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    • I mean, are you even a good neighbor if you hook it up to a car battery???
      Liliat227 24 jun
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    • R/cursedcomments
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    • 69 comments 😎
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    • 169 likes, 69 comments. Nice.
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    • Either those are some long ass screws or your building is not to code
      _America_ 24 jun
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