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Unfiltered Story #32155

Unfiltered | October 11, 2015

(The following is a story our teacher told us)

Our teacher is from Liverpool and is teaching EFL in Germany. On the first day in one of his classes he gave them the task to introduce each other.

Student: This is [Name], she’s from [City], she’s 28 years old, she’s wet.

Our teacher, confused, tries to figure out what the student meant. The student gets angrier.

Student: SHE IS WET!

Our teacher turns to the class, helpless, because he can’t figure it out, as the girl the other student introduced solves the riddle.

Girl: I am a vet.

Unfiltered Story #47581

Unfiltered | October 11, 2015

I called my house phone when I was out to talk to my sister, who I knew was at home.

Sister: Hello? (in some sort of asian sounding accent)

Me: (double checked that I called the right number) Hi *sister’s namer*

Sister: (still in accent) Hello, you have wrong number.

Me: I know it’s you *sister’s name*

Sister: No, you have wrong number *hangs up on me*

Unfiltered Story #27883

Unfiltered | October 11, 2015

(I’m on a bus trip around parts of South Australia’s wine region with 22 other young adults from my church from around Australia, only 6 of whom I know from Western Australia, others are from Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland and South Australia. It’s our first night and we jump on our tour bus to go to dinner and I sit next to a young woman from Melbourne and we start chatting)

New friend: “Hey I’m *name*. I’m from Melbourne, where are you from?”

Me: “I’m *name*, I’m from Perth. I love Melbourne especially the Dandenong Ranges where my Aunty *name* lives, my Uncle *name* lives somewhere there too.”

(She gives me a quizzical look)

New Friend: “What’s your uncles last name?”

Me: “*name* why?”

(She starts laughing)

New Friend: “Hello cousin”

Me: “Wait, what? Are you serious?”

New Friend: “Yep, your uncle’s wife *name* is my aunt”

Me: “Holy crap, that’s so cool”

(We all had a great time on the trip and thanks to facebook my cousin are able to keep in touch. Gotta love random family encounters)

Unfiltered Story #56609

Unfiltered | October 11, 2015

(I really like green olives, so whenever I get a sandwich I ask for extra. Usually this is no problem. Today, however…)

Me: I’d like lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, and green olives, please.

Worker: *puts them on the sandwich*

Me: Can I have a bit more olives?

Worker: They’re already on the sandwich.

Me: Yes, but can I have a bit more?

Worker: *looks confused. Picks up pickles*

Me: No, no pickles please, I-

Worker: *puts pickles on the sandwich*

Me: No, I don’t want pickles, I just wanted more olives.

Worker: Oh. *fixes it* Anything else?

Me: No thank you.

(To be fair, it was fairly busy, but still!)

Unfiltered Story #66969

Unfiltered | October 10, 2015

I’m an optician working in a large warehouse store. Since glasses and contacts are medical devices, some insurance companies will cover the cost of them, but we don’t have contracts with every provider for direct billing.

Customer: I just have a quick question.

Me: Yes, sir?

Customer: Do you take my insurance here?

Me: Who’s your vision care provider, sir?

Customer: I don’t know.

Me: Okay, how about your medical provider?

Customer: I don’t know.

Me: Okay, is the insurance through your employer or your wife’s employer perhaps?

Customer: I don’t know.

A beat or two passes between us.

Me: Okay… with respect sir, if you don’t know, how am I supposed to know?

Customer: Maybe I should go call my wife…

Me: Yes, please sir. I need at least something to go off of.

The man never came back with any more info or questions. My coworkers were all baffled, but sadly we’ve all had exchanges like that.