They are true, we think!
Check out these stories that people shared online that seem like a lie but are real, according to them:
1) Holy Hell!
I saw a motorcyclist brought into an emergency room in two ambulances. The part with the head attached was awake and talking.— Anatoly Belilovsky (@loldoc) January 4, 2020
2) You lying!
I once brought a woman to orgasm in a museum in New York City.— Paul Weimer (@PrinceJvstin) January 4, 2020
3) This is painful
31 years ago, my best friend stole my girl from me and had a baby. A few months ago, their son started working at my job (I am his supervisor.) He says "I've seen you before..." Yeah, kid, next to your dad in our HS yearbook and your mom signed that yearbook too. Lolz.— Alexander Nevermind (@PettyWakandan) May 15, 2020
4) You seem like a public safety hazard!
On my 3rd day in New York... the two towers fell.— Jessica Chavez (@HProtagonista) January 4, 2020
On the 3rd day after visiting New Orleans... Katrina came.
On the 3rd day after leaving Nepal... the hotel was bombed by rebels.
I have been struck by lightning, sucked into a rip tide, attacked by dogs, and a car fell on me... not all at the same time.— Andrew Hiller (@AndrewHiller) January 4, 2020
A kid in class’s last name was Long.— The Guardian (@TheGuardianis) January 11, 2020
His parents thought it was a good idea to name him Miles 😳
When learning to drive I cartwheeled my car, also containing my mum, sister, dog and cat, down an embankment.— Paul 🌈 (@MPCmonkey) January 4, 2020
The dog flew out the back window and was fine. The cat was still in it's box and was fine but unsurprisingly, it had shit itself.
8) A royal lie, is it?
I stopped a drunk man from entering the sailing docks at the yacht club and it turned out he was the King of Spain.— Sandy James Planner (@sandyjamesplan) January 6, 2020
When I moved to LA I was a waitress. A customer walked out on his check. I chased & tackled him. We crashed through the restaurant glass doors. An off duty cop at the bar arrested him. The guy was a wanted bank robber & child molester. My boss fired me for having a bad attitude.— Nadine van der Velde 🕊(she/her) (@nadinevdVelde) January 7, 2020
10) Did not see her going!
I saw my neighbor lady who had recently been hospitalized walking in her backyard and told her I was glad she was home and feeling better. She smiled at me. When I went inside and told my mom that the lady was home, Mom told me that she’d died at the hospital that morning.— Laura Kaye (@laurakayeauthor) January 7, 2020
11) When life gives you wine
Boyfriend didn’t want to come to my wine tasting because he wasn’t into wine. I fell in love with another man at party, dumped beau, married, moved. Recently moved back to hometown where I discover I live 5-minutes from a wine store. Ex-boyfriends wine store. He's into wine now!— Helene Taylor ✍🏼🇨🇦 (@procrastnwriter) January 7, 2020
3 years ago I won $30,000 at the casino the day I was planning to kill myself— 🥩🄿🄸🄻🄴 🄾🄵 🄵🄻🄴🅂🄷🥩 (@flesh_harvester) January 7, 2020
Saw my future wife on the subway but never asked her out. A week later I see her again. This time I approach her and go “I saw you once before and never said anything and if I didn’t say anything today, I’d be kicking myself forever! She then replies “Actually, it was TWO times.”— Cyrus McQueen (@CyrusMMcQueen) January 8, 2020
14) Not creepy at all!
When I was a toddler I babbled to my parents about “the angels” visiting me at night. One night they finally discovered the neighborhood cats would come in my open bedroom window to play with me in my crib.— CAT TEMPER (@cattempermeow) January 8, 2020