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Unfiltered Story #47690

Unfiltered | January 29, 2016

My mom, step dad, brother, sister-in-law, my boyfriend and I are all hanging out after going to eat for my mom’s birthday. My 10-month-old niece is playing with a cat toy which requires the cat to bat around two plastic balls in a circular base.

Me: She’s determined to get those balls out of there.

My brother starts giggling madly.

Me: Dude! She’s your daughter!

My brother: (Still giggling) I don’t are who it is, you said “balls out!”

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Unfiltered Story #32262

Unfiltered | January 29, 2016

*I walk into my AP Physics classroom and I hear Phantom of the Opera playing on a student’s phone*


Student: NOOOOO!

Me: What did I walk into?

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Unfiltered Story #67080

Unfiltered | January 29, 2016

(It is a sunny day, which is rare during the winter months of Washington. I have just finished ringing up a customer.)

Me: “Have a great day, ma’am! Hope you enjoy the sunshine!”

Customer: *dead pan* “I have skin cancer.”

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Unfiltered Story #27991

Unfiltered | January 28, 2016

(My friend and I both have distant (about 1/128 I think) relations to Indians and I was telling her about my Cherokee Indian relatives when this happened.)

Me: So my relatives were Cherokee Indians on the trail of tears but they managed to escape from the trail and that’s how I’m here today! *Jazz Hands*

Friend: I’m related to the Indians that were in the compounds.


Me: I’m related to Free Range Indians!

(A moment later I realized how awful that sounded and we stared at eachother wide eyed before bursting out laughing. For the record, I realize how awful that sounded. I really do.)

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Unfiltered Story #56714

Unfiltered | January 28, 2016

I’m working as a service rep for a large copier company. A customer calls.

Cust: “My typewriter acts strange. When I type a letter, a totally different one is typed.”

Me: “A letter from a nearby key? Did a paper clip or a staple fell in it?”

Cust: “No. I could get different letters from all over the keyboard, everytime I press the same key.”

Me: “Weird I’ll come by.”

Gets in, sits at her desk, and there’s a very familiar odor. I get my nose closer to the keyboard of the typewriter.

Cust: “Oh… I spilled some coffee over it this morning but I wiped it off quickly. Could it be the cause?”

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