People Share The Weirdest Thing Someone's Said To Them Out Of The Blue
Randomness is awesome because it's fun to keep people on their toes. Who cares what people think; be spontaneous just for the reactions.
LobotomizedThruMeEye asked: What is the weirdest thing that somebody has said to you out of the blue?
Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.
What if all your teeth were beans?
"What if we replaced all the beads in bean bags with teeth?"
You would get an "a** chewing."
Were you sitting on a bean bag at the time?
Nope, it was completely out of the blue.
Got stopped on the streets of Nice by an old asian woman, who asked me 'Are you the dancer?'
To which I said 'Yes.'
She said she was a big fan, I thanked her.
I am not the dancer.
So you're the human?
"I like your eyeballs."
A good friend of mine was notorious for handing out very strange compliments where I remember we were at the comic book store once and he just stared at the cashier and said "You know *extends arm so it is barley touching the cashiers face* you have very nicely sculpted eye brows."
Everyone looks good in bright yellow pants, right?
A priest walked up to me and said: "you have a great figure for golf" and then walked away.
Welcome to the club.
Those damn ducks.
I had just gone for a run, and was in the apartment elevator. An old man in the elevator said 'i don't go for walks because there are ducks.' I was like 'yeah,' and then his wife was like 'there is nothing wrong with ducks!'
Anatidaephobia: the fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you.
Not that there's anything wrong with that...
Someone drawing my blood during a blood drive asked if I was a Mormon. I was not. Neither was she. She didn't explain why she asked that. This was my only interaction with this human.
Maybe she was confusing Mormons with Jehovah's Witnesses, who believe the Bible prohibits donating blood? Still weird either way.
Another eyeball admirer.
"Can I lick your eye?" And then she did.
In high school a girl I knew introduced her female friend. The friend looked at me (also female) and asked if she could lick my eye, which I replied to with utter confusion. A few moments of my stammering and her persistence, I challenged her with a yes. It was a mistake.
I was shopping in a bookstore and an Asian woman comes up from behind me and starts talking to me.
I turn to see who this person is, and she says, "I'm sorry, I thought you were my son."
I am a white female with long hair. I later see her son who is about 7-years-old with short hair and is Asian.
I wish you would have said "I thought you were my Daddy."
This is a great compliment tbh.
An old lady sitting at the table behind me in a coffee shop once tapped me on the shoulder and asked if I'd ever done radio, because evidently I have a wonderful speaking voice and enunciation. I was high for a week on that compliment.
People tell me I have a face for the radio!
That is so sweet.
Best one here! So cute.
Just to raise eyebrows.
"What a cute kitty!"
I was walking my dog.
And just how... old was this individual?
Like 45-55! Like a slightly older than middle aged woman thought I was walking a cat on a leash in New York City.
It wasn't even a residential area. I had taken my dog to work so we were in Chelsea.
Ahaha I do that whenever I see a cute dog on the street, sometimes I'd just go "aw what a cute armadillo" and it either gives a laugh from the owner or a look of absolute confusion.
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