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Guy from India hasen't put his arm down for 10 Years to honor his God

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u/doofer20 Sep 24 '22

i feel like after even a year you arent putting it down by yourself

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u/Superb_Cloud_5635 Sep 24 '22

I had my hand immobilized in a cast for three weeks. even after a year I was not able to stretch it like before

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u/beansouphighlights Sep 24 '22

Damn. How’s it doing now?

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u/Superb_Cloud_5635 Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Good. Don't skip physical therapy sessions. No matter how painful they are!

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u/K1NGKRAKEN Sep 24 '22

I see this recommended on here all the time and it’s crazy to me that people skip their PT. I tore the labrum in my shoulder and my arm was immobilized for almost a month, I cannot put into words how amazing the stretches and exercises felt after that. Yeah it hurt but it still felt sooo much better.

So in conclusion yeah a long winded way of saying I agree haha

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u/ZoggZ Sep 24 '22

I didn't even have a full arm cast, just a sling, and only for two weeks after shoulder surgery. When I got to my first PT session I thought it'd be a "just in case" type thing. They finally let me remove my sling and asked me to raise my arm to see what my mobility was like. I couldn't even lift it past my thigh. It most surreal feeling, I was screaming at my arm to move and it just... wouldn't. My whole arm was shaking and I was out of breath afterwards. Felt my heart sink because the thought of not being able to use my right arm at all was absolutely terrifying. It really shocked me into taking the PT seriously and I even asked for some exercises I could do at home in between sessions. After 3 months of grueling PT I remember I was doing shoulder exercises lifting an umbrella with both arms, I was absolutely ecstatic when I realized that my left shoulder (uninjured) tired out before my right. Genuinely felt like a miracle when I think back to what I started out with.

To anyone reading this. Take your PT seriously. It's almost always a rough start, but it's 100000% worth it in the end.

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u/evilone17 Sep 24 '22

Not the one you commented on but I'll never be fully able to open my elbow anymore. It's not so much due to the fusion of joints though. The bone fuses back together along the fracture line and even a millimeter or two difference means my elbow went from 180° to like 175° and that's as far as it'll ever go.

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u/Omninexx Sep 24 '22

yea i've broken both my wrists and they only feel normal after like 4-5 years, even now they feel a little off

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u/Phobbyd Sep 24 '22

How's your mom recovering?

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u/Omninexx Sep 24 '22

terribly

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u/5TON5Y Sep 24 '22

you're a beautiful man :D

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u/akmmon Sep 24 '22

The worst side effect, hands down

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u/Putrid_Cockroach_453 Sep 25 '22

(☞ ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)☞

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u/Peski92 Sep 24 '22

Yeah well, at some point it's quite easy when he literally cannot put his arm down anymore, even if he wanted to. That is just insane

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u/UhYeahOkSure Sep 24 '22

And whenever this festival happens he just answers the same questions over and over hah I wonder if he thought about just writing out a pamphlet for beforehand . There is a hilarious segment with this guy on An Idiot Abroad

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u/FTP-Allofthem Sep 24 '22 Wholesome

He thought about it, but he can’t. He is right handed after all

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u/bubdadigger Sep 24 '22

Someone can hold a notebook above his head...

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u/A_Topical_Username Sep 25 '22

I don't think he has function of his hand either

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u/Grump_Monk Sep 25 '22

"How tall was the suspect?"

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u/SkynetT2000 Sep 24 '22

We all dedicate our lives to something, I’ve been with Suzanna for 16years, is he married? How does he help out around the house

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u/Lylac_Krazy Sep 24 '22

He wipes the overhead cabinets and cleans the ceiling fan blades

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u/twinsrule Sep 24 '22

That's a tent.

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u/boringdystopianslave Sep 25 '22

If the tent ever collapses he'll be laughing.

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u/AgreeableLime7737 Sep 24 '22

The whole point of this is that he has an excuse to avoid doing anything at all.

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u/Unfinishe_Masterpiec Sep 25 '22

Yet he's always the first to volunteer

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u/Loreto86 Sep 24 '22

Bold of you to think an Indian guy helps around the house

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u/foxfrenzy Sep 24 '22

I hate that i laughed really hard at this

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u/Caravanshaker Sep 24 '22

Laughed in slow horror

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u/RicottaPuffs Sep 24 '22

He doesn't do anything.

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u/ATXKLIPHURD Sep 24 '22

Karl Pilkington has said some of the wisest things I've ever heard. Can't remember any of it but the man's a genius in my opinion.

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u/UhYeahOkSure Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

he is witty and naturally hilarious. One of the best travel docs ever imo

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u/scud121 Sep 24 '22

I think one of the ones that sticks in my mind is when he visited China. He's sat on a doorstep watching people snacking on scorpions and fetal eggs etc, but points out he's the wierd one for eating monster munch.

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u/smasherfierce Sep 24 '22

Yes! I suspect he meant it in a more surface level way but it was a very (maybe accidentally) good comment on travel and culture

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u/scud121 Sep 24 '22

Ya, I find the majority of his good comments come from the wrong direction so to speak.

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u/sportspadawan13 Sep 25 '22

For me it was when he called the Great Wall of China the "ok wall". "It's just a wall. A really big one" or something to that effect haha.

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u/joeybizzizzizzle Sep 25 '22

It’s the alright wall o china

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u/Necessary-House-784 Sep 24 '22

He’s a gem. That guy is hilarious.

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u/Positive_Parking_954 Sep 25 '22

My favorite was when he said he’d rather live in the cave than the palace because from the cave you have a view of the palace and from the palace you’d just see desert and a cave

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u/a-very-angry-crow Sep 24 '22

Bullshit man is still the best thing he ever came up with

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u/straight_lurkin Sep 24 '22

He also has literally everything provided for him for free. Hardest part imo has to be just resigning the rest of your life to be like that

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u/Fuzzed_Up Sep 24 '22

Until someone asks: "Who pays for the next round?".

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u/fightyfightyfitefite Sep 24 '22

"Who wants the tickle monster?!?"

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u/UNSC_Spartan122 Sep 24 '22

But to even make it that long. I couldn’t keep mine up an hour, even if you paid me

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u/aligators Sep 24 '22

you see his hand, its deformed probably from lack of blood. he's basically paralyzed his arm by the looks of it

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u/Asynjacutie Sep 25 '22

Likely muscle atrophy and tendons shortened.

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u/SearchOdd6817 Sep 25 '22

His shoulder and hand are contracted in that position that’s why his hand is deformed and why he has no feeling and the arm stays In The same position.

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u/PANDABURRIT0 Sep 24 '22

Must have been really difficult at the start though goddamn.

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u/YeetMcGeet1 Sep 24 '22

Oh yeah definitely, I get tired after just raising my hand to ask a question for a little while

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u/TheDeletedFetus Sep 24 '22

When I was in middle school we had one teacher that everyone hated (including our parents). One day someone raised their hand to ask a question and he refused to call on them so someone else raised their hand and he wouldn’t call on them either. This continued until me and about 7 other 7th grade boys had our hands up the remainder of the class. We then out of spite and because we thought it was funny kept our hands up the rest of the day. My arm was EXHAUSTED when I finally put it down.

This is insane.

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u/QncyFie Sep 25 '22

That's a funny way of being spiteful though

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u/Lost-Leadership1767 Sep 24 '22

My shoulder gets tired when I brush my teeth

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u/FuckedupUnicorn Sep 24 '22

Maybe he lay down for the first couple of years.

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u/YeetMcGeet1 Sep 24 '22

No, that wouldn’t work, he needs the muscles to hold his arm up to lock and he wouldn’t accomplish that if he was laying down and bot using the muscles

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u/Catflap_Boi Sep 24 '22

His muscles aren't locked, his bone has fused together at the joints because he's not moved them for so long.

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u/Fit_Effective_6875 Sep 24 '22

Dr Catflip's on the ward

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u/b-hizz Sep 24 '22

Imagine all the work that arm could have done to ‘honor god’, just seems lazy in that regard.

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u/HoratioWobble Sep 24 '22

imagine if god saw that as raising that arm as an insult

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u/boringdystopianslave Sep 25 '22

"Look at that asshole pointing at me, I'm gonna freeze his arm like that."

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u/Pit_of_Death Sep 25 '22

Frankly, this just says "mental illness" to me as well.

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u/english_major Sep 25 '22

You have to understand Indian culture to know why he would do this. There are other “mortifications” that people take on such as not cutting their hair or fingernails. It isn’t so much to “honour god” as to make a sacrifice - to deprive oneself. We met a couple of sadhus in India who had given up clothing and who only covered themselves with the ashes of the dead.

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u/Reble77 Sep 24 '22

Most in the developed world would put it down to mental health issues

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u/ParkSonWon Sep 24 '22 Silver

He is calling for offside

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u/jaldihaldi Sep 24 '22

To the opposing fan every move is as good as offside.

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u/uptowndrunk7 Sep 24 '22

Aka Ronaldo celebrating his teammates' goals

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u/iamruination0 Sep 24 '22

You know his wife's like can you just wash the fucking dishes for once

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u/marbasthegreat Sep 24 '22

He left his wife and children to pursue this "act"

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u/MichiganMan7676 Sep 24 '22

He abandoned his wife and children to pursue this goal

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u/CasualMason Sep 24 '22

This dude for sure has put his arm down for a split second while alone. "Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh"

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u/teosNut Sep 24 '22

It'd actually have to be surgically broken if he wanted to put it down again.

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u/Omninexx Sep 24 '22

yea the muscles are definitely stiff as bone by now, i mean whatever tendons remain, to me it looks like muscle degeneration just ate up his tricep and bicep

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u/ELC183 Sep 24 '22

Them delts are probably insane tho…at least on the one side

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u/Embarrassed_Alarm450 Sep 25 '22

He'll probably end up looking like one of those sulfur miners if he ever puts it down...

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

But like... Can he relax, though? If he relaxed would his arm not fall down due to gravity, and like...snap or something?

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u/grinde Sep 25 '22

He probably is as relaxed as he can be in the picture. His shoulder and elbow are probably pretty much completely rigid. You can find pictures of older people who have done this same thing, and it's very obvious in some of them that their entire arm is permanently fucked up.

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u/Slimfictiv Sep 24 '22

When God looks away only.

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u/IconWorld Sep 24 '22

God: "Yes, you in the back."

There, now you can put your arm down.

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u/onetimenative Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

God: ...... Um, I gave you that arm to have a life not to do whatever it is your doing here. I gave you a perfectly good arm, now you've destroyed it and you want me to reward you or thank you?

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u/Wukkax Sep 24 '22

I think the gods like this sort of thing. Based on the information we have.

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u/ZankTheGreat Sep 25 '22

I think humans think gods like this sort of thing. Why would a god that created the absolute spectacle that is this universe be impressed by a guy holding his hand in the air?

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u/sk8king Sep 24 '22

He probably CAN’T put his arm down. It became easier and easier because his shoulder got frozen.

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u/Rubyhamster Sep 24 '22

Those legs must also be pretty stiff to walk in, if he sits like that for hrs on end

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u/ShittingPanda Sep 24 '22

He's quite limber - watch the clip from An idiot abroad. He's got some serious penis tricks.

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u/DeganThePebble Sep 25 '22

Some serious what tricks…

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u/Whole-Fly3970 Sep 24 '22

The bones actually fused like that so it’s to late to put his arm down.

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u/AgentMercury108 Sep 24 '22

Is this a thing?

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u/BoxofCurveballs Sep 24 '22

Yeah. If you don't use your joints they seize up and then the bones fuse together.

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u/capribex Sep 24 '22

For real. He wouldn't be able to put his arm down on his own. Also, most of his muscles have turned to connective tissue a while ago.

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u/Mizzick Sep 24 '22

The stupid shit people will do ...

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u/SignificantNorth5833 Sep 24 '22

He’s more hardcore than any hardcore Christian/catholic person out there. Homie is down for his God

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u/DrewExplosions Sep 24 '22

He’s actually up for his god

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u/Mizzick Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Imagine if he spent time picking up trash for "god"? Nah.. he's going to keep his arm up and now I'm supposed to think he's special or great or something?

Edit: Cleary I have triggered a lot of people. I'd just like to say that I'm not anti-religion or atheist (more agnostic) I just think this is an incredible waist of time and his "God given" body. That's my opinion. If you don't like it then hold your hand above your head.

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u/SkinBintin Sep 24 '22

Imagine if he goes to heaven or whatever expecting his god to welcome him only to learn his god has never heard of him, and after being filled in just thinks he's a moron.

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u/Spifffyy Sep 24 '22

Yep. Having my hand in a cast for 3 weeks was horrible for the fingers

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u/RapMastaC1 Sep 24 '22

I was fortunate that my arm was broken and not my hand.

But, the feeling of running your fingernails across whatever skin was under the cast is a type of ecstasy that is hard to describe.

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u/GardenGoldie Sep 24 '22

The real meaning of "use it or lose it"

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u/philium1 Sep 24 '22

Is this just pure willpower? I would think it’d get so agonizing that you wouldn’t be able to do it anymore at a certain point

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u/evilone17 Sep 24 '22

Yea... but also like others are saying after a while (enough willpower) you really don't have a choice to put it down anymore. I had to have my elbow in a cast for 3 weeks and my doctor recommended taking it off after that even with the fracture still present because it was already going to take 6 months of physical therapy. I also had to have the cast opened and elbow repositioned halfway through the 3 weeks for help with the healing.

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u/Own-Preparation8972 Sep 24 '22

Mental illness manifests differently for different people.

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u/Kujo17 Sep 24 '22

A sudden obsession in any religion or the occult is usually one of the most obvious signs for several most common mental illnesses

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u/TokiVideogame Sep 24 '22

No wonder he does not have a deltoid of god

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u/okvrdz Sep 24 '22

If he goes on a roller coaster; does it count as taking his arm down when he’s upside-down in a loop?

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u/E_BoyMan Sep 24 '22

It would be more painful.

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u/baked-brahman Sep 24 '22

Imagine how insane that would feel to put your arm down after that long

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u/abzinth91 Sep 24 '22

Afaik it's not even possible for him. Everything fused together

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u/Hauntcrow Sep 24 '22

So it actually got easier for him then

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u/OutlandishnessThat44 Sep 24 '22

Fuck man, I get pins and needles after lying in bed for 5 minutes on my phone

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u/Franklin_le_Tanklin Sep 24 '22

You shouldn’t sleep on your phone tho

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u/OutlandishnessThat44 Sep 24 '22

Don't tell me how to live my life!!!

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u/balfunnery Sep 24 '22

Luxury! We used to sleep on rotary phones when I was a kid

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u/SameAmy2022 Sep 24 '22

Miss miss miss, I need to go to the toilet.

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u/BeachFishing Sep 24 '22

I think he sat in front of me at Zac Brown Band last night.....

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u/kshep1188 Sep 24 '22

Extremely impressive. But why? Is this part of a religion I’m not familiar or did he just think “arm up for 10 years? God’ll like that I reckon.”

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u/chaoticji Sep 24 '22

His logic is that, out of so many people, how will god recognize him and notice him. So, he wanted to do something different for the god

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u/aquaknox Sep 24 '22

pretty shit god imo if it can't even recognize its followers unless they do something crazy

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u/GeorgianVirginian Sep 24 '22

My hot take - not impressive at all.

Any type of significant body mutilation (which, I’d classify this as that, since he likely can’t use that arm the same ever again) in the name of religion is gross and is borderline mental-health sickness.

Tattoos, piercings, etc. - do your thing. Losing the use of limbs in the name of God - no thanks.

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u/WaffleOnTheRun Sep 25 '22

I wouldn’t say borderline literally only an insane person would do this

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u/CobraPony67 Sep 24 '22

All it takes one mentally ill person in a position of religious leadership to start a 'tradition', then everyone does the stupid thing for decades because of that tradition. Nobody probably knows how it started, they just do it.

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u/Dangerous-Zombie217 Sep 24 '22

I totally agree it sickens me to see this sorta thing

Especially when done to children, like the wide spread infant circum... Nevermind idk if we're ready to go there just yet

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u/PerpetuallyOffline Sep 24 '22

No, it's not a normal part of anything. This guy is nuts.

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u/ErlyRetiremnt Sep 24 '22

Orthopaedic surgeon here. I've heard of this guy before. I wonder whether he actually just had a type of shoulder dislocation (inferior shoulder dislocation) whereby its impossible to keep the arm in any other position than straight up. I imagine if this is not relocated it would eventually fuse in that position.

So I imagine the devotion to his god could just be a convenient story...

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u/The_DevilAdvocate Sep 24 '22

Bro here. I haven't heard of this guy before, but I wonder wheter he actually attempted a high-five and was left hanging for so long his arm eventually fused in that position.

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u/Tribult Sep 24 '22

Woo girl here. I haven't heard of this guy before, but I wonder if he was just woo girling so hard that he decided to keep his arm up forever and just lets out a big old woo every few hours

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u/teosNut Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

There was another guy from India who did the same thing for his entire life.

Edit: okay not literally his entire life, reddit.

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u/jaldihaldi Sep 24 '22

Like some say life begins at 50 - I’ve heard so does old age and sometimes frozen shoulders.

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u/whatproblems Sep 24 '22

last time it came up it said his joints fused and all the muscles atrophied so he literally can’t move it

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u/evilone17 Sep 24 '22

Right, and the person you commented on is saying they wonder whether or not that was by pure willpower or a trauma to the shoulder area making it more comfortable to just keep it upwards prior to the bone fusion and muscular atrophy.

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u/ANiceReptilian Sep 24 '22

This guy isn’t the only one. There are several people who do this actually. Possibly dozens. I learned about them in a religious studies class.

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u/Giles_Jay Sep 24 '22

This is a sect of monks in India called sadhus that practice this form of asceticism

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u/E_BoyMan Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

There are plenty of hospitals and they charge very cheap in India for surgeries. But these people leave everything behind and have strict rules to be what they are. And i don't think they are too clever for that. He will neither accept any money nor spend any of it, these people just eat what they are given and roam in mostly mountains, neither they can contact their family or grt their any kind of help.

Edit: They have special term called 'yogi' even the chief minister of my state is a Yogi.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

This is actually a relatively common ascetic practice amongst extreme yogis in India.

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u/queernhighonblugrass Sep 24 '22

Ya these kinds of practices have been around for thousands of years

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u/balmury Sep 24 '22

I want to say something really snarky here but I won’t.

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u/Slimfictiv Sep 24 '22

He uses the other hand.

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u/PXranger Sep 24 '22

"the hand of god!"

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u/ConfidentTackle6841 Sep 24 '22

He uses someone else.

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u/GoodShitBrain Sep 24 '22

The stranger.

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u/MasterMirrorBait Sep 24 '22

The interpreter

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u/languishingonthevine Sep 24 '22

The snake charmer

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u/Dagrut Sep 24 '22

The snake

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u/RU2BZ4 Sep 24 '22

He gets paid/devotee services

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u/Alpha_Dirk_Diggler Sep 24 '22

Teachers hate him

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u/knowledgebass Sep 24 '22

Teachers hate this one trick...

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u/aomar01 Sep 24 '22

If he is actually legit I am sure he doesn't even think about that.

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u/Creative-Cry2979 Sep 24 '22

Man I'm so sick of seeing this guy and his skeletor arm.

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u/MythicalGeology Sep 24 '22

It’s even worse when you know his backstory. He abandoned his family to pursue this…

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u/The_Aesir9613 Sep 24 '22

Yeah he's in a cult.

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u/stormrockox Sep 24 '22 Wholesome

Why not honor your God by helping those around you with those two arms. Now you've crippled yourself and are a burden on others.

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u/Smart_Sherlock Sep 24 '22

Hindu ascetics are literally detached from society. In fact, one of their main objectives is not being a burden, and being free from all bonds

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u/roxxn Sep 25 '22

Main objective is to free from materialistic bonds and achieve salvation

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u/MarketingImpressive6 Sep 24 '22

Raise your hand if you are stupid.

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u/notape_actual Sep 24 '22

What does this guy do for a living?

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u/Slimfictiv Sep 24 '22 Helpful

Paints ceilings.

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u/sonderscheiss Sep 24 '22

Unscrews lightbulbs.

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u/Bustedtire Sep 24 '22

Lol, teachers musta loved him in school

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u/Trumps_B757_sucks Sep 24 '22

Funniest comment on this post

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u/HomelessCatRealty Sep 24 '22

He is a professional cab hailer.

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u/noxx1234567 Sep 24 '22

Ascetics , they beg for food

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u/utastelikebacon Sep 24 '22

Motivational actor

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u/Alexeicon Sep 24 '22

People like this seem to think their God can't tell if they are devoted or not. This isn't for his God, this is for his mortal prestige. Is the god all knowing or semi-clueless?

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u/PickleMortyCoDm Sep 24 '22

Imagine if you believe God made you and gifted you the body that you are in right now. Then imagine you destroy it in the hopes of recognition.

I am not dissing this guy, but I don't see the logic behind the idea that God will notice you more or less for raising your hand. Perhaps sacrifice, sure. But I don't think this is what a god would want you to do in their name of they worked so hard to give you the form and body that we are blessed to have. Enjoy your life... Don't make it about sacrifice and suffering.

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u/Anen-o-me Sep 24 '22

He's getting the attention he was seeking, just not from god.

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u/Shankman519 Sep 24 '22

Put your fucking hand down Cory

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u/SlackToad Sep 24 '22

His god be like:

'the fuck is wrong with you man?

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u/agorafilia Sep 24 '22

"that's not what I wanted at all!"

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u/vitorfilipe21 Sep 24 '22

I would tickle his armpit just to fuck with him

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u/jim45804 Sep 24 '22 Wholesome

Religion makes people do some stupid shit.

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u/Ihelloway69 Sep 24 '22

I wish I could do that with my dick

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u/Slimfictiv Sep 24 '22

You gotta be a believer!

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u/E_BoyMan Sep 24 '22

Trust me bro you don't want that.

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u/soobidoobi Sep 24 '22

Sounds so stupid tbh. Like this guy ruined his right arm for “his god” by raising it for good? What does that even do? lol

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u/jew_biscuits Sep 24 '22

There's a kid like this in every class. Somebody call on him already

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u/Ok_Monk219 Sep 24 '22

By now that shoulder is frozen. It ain’t coming down by itself

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u/aremjay24 Sep 24 '22

He would make a hell of an electrician

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u/NnonoMo Sep 25 '22

Religion really can make people do stupid shit.

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u/freedomandbiscuits Sep 24 '22

Sometimes religion is where mental illness goes to find a home.

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u/Small_Tax_9432 Sep 24 '22

Damn that hits hard. That should be on a bumper sticker.

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u/LordNoct13 Sep 24 '22

How does he sleep

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u/off-beat Sep 24 '22

Lower down the bed.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22 edited 22d ago

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u/notthemessiah789 Sep 24 '22

This is my kind of humour.

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u/ebarzanallana Sep 25 '22

100% this guy should avoid auctions

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

I sit down while taking a piss to honor my wife.

Want to honor god? Dedicate your life helping other people and not shit like this.

Edit: Haha, thanks for the award!

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u/yucval Sep 24 '22

Yep! Mental ill.

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u/StupidizeMe Sep 24 '22

It's the thought that counts.

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u/thatsroughbuddddy Sep 24 '22

I guarantee you God did not want him to waste his life on earth doing this dumb shit

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u/HobbesNJ Sep 24 '22

Seems like a kind and benevolent God would say: "Take a rest, my son. I need not this demonstration of thy devotion."

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u/chakrablockerssuck Sep 25 '22

Not interesting as fuck. Stupid as fuck.

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u/ryancalavano Sep 24 '22

He's had the answer the whole time, he just needs the teacher to call on him.

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u/Famous_Bit_5119 Sep 24 '22

If you see him, yell out " Every one that hates God, raise your right hand !"

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u/tidder_mac Sep 24 '22

Honestly that’s sad, I feel bad for him.

Who brainwashed him so bad that he feels hindering his mobility and body’s capability is justified or needed?

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u/shiftycansnipe Sep 24 '22

10 years?!? It’s nearly 50. I think he raised his hand in like 1974. Not kidding, I’ll get a link

here

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u/Objective_Piccolo_44 Sep 24 '22

Sorry, I’m not very religious. Do the Gods really appreciate this kind of… praising?

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