This guy had a free flow touching my hands

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@allknowing (69415)
India
February 17, 2018 9:11pm CST
I was getting a new mobile connection. I bought a hand set and for the sim I had to provide my thumb impression just to match it with my Aadhaar records. This guy had to keep trying as my thumb had no impression or whorls. It was smooth. He kept on trying all my fingers and finally got the finger print of my pink or pinky finger. The fact of the matter is as one gets older the finger prints or whorls disappear. But these guys at the mobile stores have a ball. I wonder if they pretend when it comes to hands of young women I know this guy was not pretending with me
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@JudyEv (134917)
• Bunbury, Australia
18 Feb
I didn't know that. So my fingerprints are going to disappear. Perhaps there is still time for me to rob a bank.
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
18 Feb
I did not know it myself until this experience. And now I keep reading or even tv channels talk about it.
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@kobesbuddy (55260)
• East Tawas, Michigan
18 Feb
I got thumb printed at a store once and it made me laugh!:)
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@DianneN (84977)
• United States
20 Feb
That's news to me! One would think hard work would wear fingerprints down.
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
20 Feb
Just check and see if that has happened to your fingers.
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@DianneN (84977)
• United States
20 Feb
@allknowing My fingers still have fingerprints, otherwise I'd never be able to open my phone.
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
20 Feb
@DianneN Why do you need your finger prints each time you want to open your phone? We need them only when we buy a new phone/sim.
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@jaboUK (55053)
• United Kingdom
19 Feb
That's news to me, but I've just looked at my own fingers and it's true that some of them seem quite smooth. Does that mean that some of us oldies can commit a crime and get away with it???
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
19 Feb
That thought did not occur to me. Strange my friend's thinking went in that direction
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@jaboUK (55053)
• United Kingdom
19 Feb
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@alberello75 (18668)
• Genova, Italy
18 Feb
Excuse me. Can you explain the logical connection between your mobile phone connection and your fingerprints? Thank you.
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
19 Feb
Here they need to have proof that the mobile belongs to the one who buys it.
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@alberello75 (18668)
• Genova, Italy
19 Feb
@allknowing I see. Security issue. I find this right.
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@garymarsh6 (14430)
• United Kingdom
18 Feb
Oh lordy well make sure you guard that finger well and do not chop it off when you are cooking! I wonder what would happen in that case!
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
19 Feb
You too. Do take care
@bagarad (12742)
• Paso Robles, California
18 Feb
I had no idea this happened. I wonder how the police book the elderly if this is true.
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@allknowing (69415)
• India
19 Feb
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@Icydoll (24627)
• India
18 Feb
Yeah dear my mom also struggles whenever she asked for finger print.
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