During small town 4th of July playground games they called 5&6 up for potato sack races. I lined up with the other kids and ended up coming in first place. They handed me my ribbon, I accepted it. Then I looked around and realized it was 5&6 year olds. Not 5th&6th grade.
— Another Megan (@GoldCell2007) August 25, 2019
In my teens I once brought a muffin back to an unnamed Canadian coffee establishment saying there were glass shards on my muffin. I had never seen sugar crystals on a muffin before. I still cringe.
— Mark Norman (@MNorman87) August 25, 2019
Once when I was flying I saw that there was a VERY dark patch on the wing that kept growing. I was sure I’d see the flames in a sec. I got up and went to the stewardess, whispering to her about the dark patch. She checked it out, then told me it was part of the plane’s shadow…
— mollusca_gone_wild (@molluscagw) August 26, 2019
This kind of reminds me of when my dad was trying to round us up (4 kids) to leave the nursing home from visiting old aunt- he said “Does anyone need to go potty?” and about 12 residents said, “I do!”
— Near Beth Experience (@BethsNewLife) August 26, 2019
My mum used to come to our flat early on my son’s birthday and sing Happy Birthday through the letterbox in a jokey opera voice. One year she sang through the wrong door. She’s been dead for 34 years but we embarrass her every year by recalling it.
— Carole Rogers (@day4_carole) August 26, 2019
I once took my child to a meetup picnic for the camp she was going to attend. We brought food and stayed a while and ate and as we were leaving I saw the actual group across the park. We’d been eating with a local church group who were too polite to ask who the hell we were.
— Phil Gonzales (@PCoryGonzales) August 25, 2019
I was once standing on small holiday tourist boat in turkey and the boat hit a wave and I overbalanced and fell forward, I steadied myself on a one legged mans stump as he was sat down. I think about that a lot
— Evs (@EMTS_) August 26, 2019
With my mum when I was a kid going up an escalator. Old guy in a long coat in front of us starts swaying unsteadily, my mum takes hold of his arm asking if he’s alright, arm comes off (prosthetic), he proceeds to faint, falling back down the escalator taking us with him 😐
— OllyB (@OllyB1972) August 26, 2019
Walked in to work one day and everybody was standing around looking somber. I loudly asked, “jeez, who fucking died?” At that moment, the guy whose custodial grandma just died, turned to face me with tears in his eyes.
— Stephen Krieger (@UnkieGrumpy) August 26, 2019
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