Each one of us had an unbelievable moment at some point in our lives. Still, unfortunately, most of us are not aware of that. Only when you get the chance to say it out loud, you can realize that it is actually amazing.
A guy named Aidan Moher asked people to share their stories that may sound crazy but are true. And the people responded gladly.
We can find some real gems here, and although some of the stories are difficult to believe, we doubt it that people would actually lie about that. Right? Because people don’t lie. Ever. Read and enjoy.
Tell me a story about yourself the sounds like a lie but is absolutely true.
— Aidan Moher (@adribbleofink) January 4, 2020
Let’s dive into the madness!
I sang on a Rod Stewart recording. https://t.co/kll8ooRb4M
— dòmhnall mac a' mhaoir (@gaelic67) January 18, 2020
When I was 10 yrs old, I got hit by a car going 90km/hr at a crosswalk. I went up 10 feet in the air and my mother caught me before I almost hit the concrete. I didn’t break a single bone. https://t.co/r60lGgKHR2
— Noodle Bod (@loova6) January 13, 2020
I was picked out of a crowd at a O's vs Blue Jays game in Toronto to go onto the Skydome field to catch fly balls.
— Stephanie (@marylandgirlie) January 18, 2020
one time I was in yellow springs ohio for my friends high school graduation and we were at a party later that night and there was this kid there who kept referring to Dave chapelle as his dad and I thought he was kidding but turns out I got drunk with dave chapelle’s son https://t.co/mY2lZ7XzzY
— ariel (@arielvcifala) January 19, 2020
In 6th grade I accidentally cut my ass open on metal in class and my substitute teacher didn’t believe me because I was the “class clown” so I had to show her my ass for her to believe me LMAO https://t.co/lY3ze11Qal
— THE Armonee Jackson👸🏽 (@armoneejacksonn) January 17, 2020
— Laszlo Bock (@LaszloBock) January 13, 2020
Donald Trump once told me, to my face on a public sidewalk in NYC, “could you not…. lean on my building?” While making the “come off it” gesture with his hands. To date, the most obnoxiously entitled thing I can imagine one human saying to another, especially in NYC. https://t.co/fZwdIYVG8Q
— Matt Farah (@TheSmokingTire) January 12, 2020
when I was 10 I slept walk out of my house and 6 police officers and a police dog had to find me https://t.co/cz2ennkK1Q
— Lauren Nicole Steege (@laurennicole617) January 17, 2020
i opened my door & there was a cat being attacked by a raccoon & without thinking i went to save the cat & the raccoon scratched my arm & the cat ran into my house & now i have a pet cat. oh & i put the raccoon in a headlock & it died. i took it to the vet & they threw it away https://t.co/wwcK1CiuCq
— gabrielle (@G_Succi) January 15, 2020
When I was 12 I got my school bus pulled over by military police and expelled for bringing a switchblade and stabbing the seats open. I never returned. https://t.co/ZOijjwQpkR
— freakonaleash 420 🧟♀️ (@virtualsodomy) January 18, 2020
When I was a young reporter, I allowed 3 Klansmen to blindfold me and take me to a rural cross burning. And I still have the photos https://t.co/RmCtWgjBDb
— That Writer Guy (@BBarrouquere) January 13, 2020
The first time I smoked cannabis I was 14 in a tour bus with Dickey Betts of the Allman Brother band.
I've rappelled 35 stories down the side of Caesars.
I opened and ran the world's largest cannabis lounge in Windsor Ontario. https://t.co/beybevDrDO
— Jon Liedtke (@jonliedtke) January 13, 2020
I met a girl from Japan during New Year’s in Times Square and then I saw her in the subway in London 3 months after, we were equally shocked!!! https://t.co/Cvydm4j8hj
— Paula (@paula_zmena) January 18, 2020
I was the Midwest regional space invader champion at 16. https://t.co/icAPiJ11kL
— Steve Marmel (@Marmel) January 12, 2020