Sometimes you just gotta take someone’s story on blind faith.
Because that is what we will be doing today. Your friends or family might have told you some stories that you were amazed to hear they even happened. But the world is a weird place and everyone’s got a story to share.
In the following tweets, we’ve got different people from all walks of life, from people who’ve never seen frozen to patients having ghost friends. You might think they are lying, but really, who even has the imagination to make up stuff like that?
So scroll on below and take a look at some of the best tweets with the weirdest stories.
It all started when this Twitter user decided to ask the all-important question.
Tell me a story about yourself the sounds like a lie but is absolutely true.
— Aidan Moher (Not Parody) (@adribbleofink) January 4, 2020
#1 If you had the chance to join the Krispy Kreme family, why didn’t you?
-i’ve never seen frozen
-I once won a wrestling match on a cruise ship wearing a huge sumo wrestling costume, against a man
-tim showed up for a date the first time he met my parents in red lipstick and a wig
-I could have married into the Krispy Kreme family https://t.co/PGAZyeTTOS
— Kristin Collier (@KristinCollie20) January 19, 2020
#2 Nothing surprises me about the President anymore.
30 yrs ago a con man came to my hometown & ruined local families. He escaped all prosecution
He opened 3 businesses, stuffed his pockets w/millions siphoned off in salary & bonuses, defaulted on his debts, declared bankruptcy, & left town
Now he’s President of the United States https://t.co/mStWPN9kX3
— Woodrow Peel (@WoodyLuvsCoffee) January 15, 2020
#3 You never know where life will take you.
i was a "i dont wanna get married!!! im gonna be a nun!!!! :)" nerd now here i am neck deep in wedding pinterest boards and planning my future wedding https://t.co/bDSwReGjMk
— casey (@probablysomehow) January 19, 2020
#4 That baby tooth sure didn’t like staying with you.
when i was 6 one of my baby teeth fell out at some point while i was running around the school playground and another kid ended up finding it hours later and gave it back to me. this happened once more (same tooth, different kid) that day before i finally lost it for good https://t.co/6z1M3FDf4s
— moira’s rose’s garden (@leafycrab) January 19, 2020
#5 This has happened to many of us actually, or at least me.
#6 Letting the lion out!? What the heck?
#7 That’s not really hard to believe, just a painful story.
I got hit in the head with a boat cleat & broke my skull 🙈 https://t.co/gyATJg8hNM
— Lauren Kummer (@LaurenKummerTV) January 19, 2020
#8 Maybe she didn’t have the money to buy one for herself?
#9 I’m more confused about how you can spell Dylan three ways and all of them be right.
Was once in a love triangle of 3 people all named Dylan but all spelled differently https://t.co/lw9lJUqmNF
— twitches brew (@DRinger15) January 18, 2020
#10 That sounds like the premise of 16 candles. Did she find mysterious candles?
#11 Definitely a decision that you will remember for the rest of your life.
I went Orlando to visit with two close childhood friends (brother snd sister), and after dinner we they wanted to go out dancing. The restaurant suggested two clubs. We drove by the first one, Pulse, and decided to continue on to the second one. That was June 12, 2016. https://t.co/fePgJJaGHZ
— Roshan Mody (@iamroshanmody) January 13, 2020
#12 How can an AA meeting and a retirement party look even remotely similar?
I accidentally walked into an AA meeting, thinking it was my grandmas retirement party (I am bad at directions), and the group leader wouldn’t let me leave because he thought I was just struggling to admit I had an addiction. https://t.co/4FnCceEyN3
— em (@emily___kayy) January 17, 2020
#13 Damn, that sounds like fun.
I own part of a private island https://t.co/1fNOQbQ5JD
— New Year New Bee (@Brodnork) January 19, 2020
#14 I think I felt a shiver down my spine.
I worked in pediatrics, I had a 5 y/o patient who had “ghost friends.” He told me about a 3 y/o girl that he colored pics with. He colored a pic of a sunflower & said she picked it out. I had a 3 y/o patient who died of cancer a day before in that room & she loved sunflowers. https://t.co/UNnnQrIQxM
— Samantha 🇺🇸 (@SamanthLiberty) January 14, 2020
#15 That is actually amazing, Kudos to you!
In my 53 years on earth, I have saved three people’s lives. One toddler choking on the F train. One baby in Haiti post earthquake. One woman who started to drown in a pool. https://t.co/OCm7KNGKG0
— Soledad O'Brien (@soledadobrien) January 12, 2020
Have any interesting stories about your life that you wanna share with us? Well, don’t forget to comment below and let us know.
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