There are some things that happen to us in our lives that are so unbelievable, it doesn’t feel like we can even share the story with anyone. So when writer Aidan Moher asked their followers to “tell me a story about yourself the sounds like a lie but is absolutely true,” the dam burst. Twitter was flooded with extraordinary tales that all definitely sound like lies.
In theory, they could be, but what’s fun about the exercise is how much wild stuff can really happen in this life if you manage to stick around long enough.
Tell me a story about yourself the sounds like a lie but is absolutely true.
— Aidan Moher (@adribbleofink) January 4, 2020
Even Moher was impressed, saying that they intended to impress everyone with their story, which was this:
My contribution to this thread was going to be that I once spent the night in a hostel across the street from the Queen of England in Ljubljana, Slovenia, with pics to prove it, but you all have… greatly surpassed this tame story.
As they admit, it really can’t hold a candle to some of the stuff people on Twitter have gotten up to.
My contribution to this thread was going to be that I once spent the night in a hostel across the street from the Queen of England in Ljubljana, Slovenia, with pics to prove it, but you all have… greatly surpassed this tame story. pic.twitter.com/agCge8RgZP
— Aidan Moher (@adribbleofink) January 6, 2020
Scroll through for some of the wildest stories, some of which will have you wondering if you need to get out there and start living bigger immediately. The rest will just have you asking follow up questions, like, “Is that TRUE?”
A friend suggested we go out to help me get over my breakup. While I was talking/flirting with a guy, she came over, straddled him, lifted her dress, took his dick out and started fucking him all within seconds. So I just quietly left and walked home. https://t.co/5ohmOx0Ryg
— Chelsea Lockwood (@chelsealockw00d) January 7, 2020
In college a friend found an ID of a dude over 21 who looked just like me. I used it like a charm for months. Then I went to a club and a bouncer starting asking me what’s my address and birthday and shit. I finally said “dude it’s me” and he replied “no dude, it’s ME”. It was. https://t.co/gUW03MxUc3
— Sweep The Leg (@SweepTheLeg337) January 7, 2020
He let me in but took his drivers license back. Our name was Neil.
— Sweep The Leg (@SweepTheLeg337) January 7, 2020
i had my eight remaining baby teeth yanked as a sophomore in high school
at one point, the oral surgeon handed me (high on laughing gas) the pliers, telling me any i pulled out myself we wouldn’t be charged for
so I pulled out two of my own, saving my parents a nifty $130 https://t.co/tdoeEZmuT8
— Anne (@lilpastagoblin) January 8, 2020
I met this dude on tinder and asked what his last name was.. he told me, then replied “ you doing a little background check? You might find out I’m a murderer, just ignore that 😘 “ okay so a good sense of humor.. well I googled him and he was a murderer. https://t.co/II55zBGfNj
— Emily (@emilychyanne_) January 8, 2020
one time i had a dream of my grandma (who had died 5 years prior) telling me to go to her house and look on a certain shelf of her bookshelf and open a specific book to find something important in the back cover so i did and a handwritten letter of life advice from her fell out https://t.co/RILpP0J0K8
— alex •• (@thunderrmuffinn) January 7, 2020
My high school had to evacuate because of a bomb threat written on a bathroom wall. Turns out it was written by our school’s security guard, whose handwriting incriminated him when his write up of the incident was compared to the threat itself. #LivinLikeLarry https://t.co/muqrMZBtKt
— Haley🌖 (@haley_lando) January 8, 2020
At my great uncle’s funeral, the priest giving the eulogy’s pants fell down. He stood there in his tighty whiteys, the whole room in utter disbelief, until someone ran on stage and pulled them up for him. https://t.co/P1aZal3H4X
— Addie (@a_rodey15) January 8, 2020
I was diagnosed with clinical depression while wearing a children’s bee costume https://t.co/V6vZPajG09
— Leon Thotsky (@jamesbarrettwif) January 7, 2020
Once accidentally kidnapped a drunk man who was trying to get into his own home. Saw him slumped by the road, coaxed him into the cab to ‘take him home safely’ and ignored his slurry protests. Some 30 mins of confusing directions later and we… end up at exactly the same place. https://t.co/cwj43Fig8g
— Sara Spary (@saramayspary) January 7, 2020
I won $4,300,000 in a civil rights lawsuit.
Then Detroit declared bankruptcy.
True story. https://t.co/D9M7dR1XOC
— Reverend Calvin Barnes (@VoiceofCal) January 8, 2020
When Taylor Swift was like 12, her father asked me to build her a website (our fathers were friends and I had learned web design). I blew him off because I was busy and while talented for her age, this Taylor girl wasn’t going anywhere… https://t.co/YkdIuNhcnX
— Lambgoat (@lambgoat) January 7, 2020