69-year-old Dutchman Emile Ratelband wants to make 20 years younger in her passport. And is not it right? Why stay in real life, where is everything else to change?
There are things in this world that are first convincing, but certainly not in the other. Dutchman Emile Ratelband, for example, was born on March 11, 1949 in the city of Arnhem, the province of Gelderland, which still plays a role. Emile Ratelband was not born on March 11, 1969, that is, 20 years later, a simple fact that Ratelband does not allow sleep. Because Emile Ratelband feels younger, 20 years younger, so she wants to have her perceived age in her passport: finally 49! But that's not easy. The Arnhem State Administration Office once failed. That is why Ratelband filed a lawsuit.
It is true that Ratelband, with his real 69 years, has only a bad chance for Tinder, he says. Tinder is a portal dome where people can briefly look at the facts and appearance of potential sexual and life partners and 69 years is clearly not a good fact. He also has two arguments for a passport: Not only does he feel much younger, and his personal doctor has also verified that. And can not you change everything now? Can the Arnhem Registry, the motivational speaker and the inventor of the Tsjakka motto – do that? really seriously forbid to adapt to his age? Unfair! That's right, Mr. Motivational Speaker.
Man is already so free. Free, free, free. What else was botox invented? Whitening? Braces? Breast enlargement or reduction? Wigs? Photoshop? Did Karl Lagerfeld talk about the annoyance? And did not Cat Stevens long name Jusuf Islam? Exactly. How can you deny Emile Ratelband your desire, this human self-determination fighter? This opponent of death. Death, which wants to do everything as a spoiler in the end, making all the possibilities so terrible. So in four weeks the judges will decide in the case of 69 or 49-year-olds.
Tsjakka, you can do Emile! Trivia: What date of birth should be on your tombstone now?