Yeah, wrong numbers are annoying. But there might be a new, fun way to deal with these wrong number calls. Let's ask the internet, shall we?

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If you talk to anyone studying English as a second language, they'll tell you how hard it is to learn. If you grew up speaking English as your only language, it probably doesn't seem that difficult; but as a bilingual native English speaker who learned a second language later in life I can tell you, English is WEIRD!

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We don't really think about lockup too much in our every day lives. But for some people, it's their whole life. Can you even conceive of that? And with an extreme situation comes extreme circumstances.

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Beam me up Scotty!

The world of Sci-fi is vast. Star Trek, Star Wars... Stranger Things. What is possible in the world of science fiction is a hot debate. Many of us think it's all just story set against the backdrop of the galactic. You think that it's all plausible, but... there are inconsistencies! And tired story telling that many fans are ready to call out.

Redditor u/Mecha_G wanted to discuss some indiscrepancies when it comes to the world of Science Fiction.... What's your least favorite/most hated fantasy/sci fi trope?

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If you're a fan of action films or romantic comedies, then you've definitely seen at least one take on the classic "follow that car!" scenario. At some point in the film, someone is jumping into the back seat of a cab and excitedly pointing while telling the cabbie to just follow that car. Sometimes the cabbie jumps into action. Sometimes they just stare at the protagonist like they've lost it. In some films we're chasing down the love of our life before they reach the airport and fly away for forever! In some we're speeding through the streets in pursuit of the baddie. We see it in movies - but there's no way it ever happens in real life, right?

Wrong.

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"It wasn't me!"

There's not much you can do when the righteous fist of the law comes down on you. Call it a mix-up, or call it a mistake, if someone's pegged you at the scene of a crime there's not much you can do but trust the justice system to prove you innocent. However, that's a gamble, and just because you've been given a "not guilty" doesn't mean the effects won't follow you for the rest of your life.

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