What is the weirdest thing a stranger has said to you?

What is the weirdest thing a stranger has said to you?

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  1. When I was living near Kansas City, a group of friends and I were walking downtown when a homeless guy stopped to talk to us and ask for a cigarette. Throughout the conversation, it turned to god and angels. He’s spewing off things about how angels are all around us when suddenly he shouts, “They’re flying around sodomizing us. Look he’s being sodomized right now!” as he pointed behind my buddy and then walked off. I’ll never forget that line for the rest of my life.

  2. A redditor dm’d me asking if I wanted to see his eyes after I had answered a question on r/askreddit that wanted to know which part of a male do women find most attractive

  3. Alllloott of things… but I never ever forget that time when I go for dinner with my family and suddenly a beggar came near me and instead of begging he grabbed my hand and try to pull me. I hit him and warn him to stay away then he started dirty gestures. So, according to me, that was the weirdest thing that had done with me.

  4. When I was 12 I was on a road trip to Disney land it was like a two day trip and we stopped at a gas station in the middle of no where. My grandparents asked me to use the restroom b4 we get back on the road and I had walked towards the bathroom and a man stopped me and said I was his niece and that he knew my dad and used to babysit me all the time. Btw I’ve never known my dad, my mother was a single parent.

  5. Tattoo artist here. I frequently have 1st time clients that come in and treat it like a therapy session.

    Heard everything from homophobia, to racist rants, to heartbreaking stories of miscarriages, sexual assault survivors, cancer survivors, happy and triumphant stories, and so much more.

    The most annoying, personally speaking, are the people that go onto philosophical rants about nothing. For hours.

  6. At my previous job +cashier at home improvement store), a man sang my name to me like this “L is for love, I is for intelligence, S is for sexy, A is for (I don’t recall)”

    I was about 16 at the time and it really weirded me out, I handed him his receipt and loudly said “have a nice day”. Loudly because the next person in line would then take his place.

  7. woman came up to me on the street and started ranting about her boyfriend cheating on her with her friend. was weird because i had never seen this woman before in my life. she didnt even tell me her name

    another time a dude seemingly just *materialized* right outside my car door in a parking lot and went “i’m sorry, you’re just so beautiful…”

  8. When I was 16 and working the taco bell drive thru on a Friday night a woman skipped the order box and came straight to the window.

    She asked me “have you ever seen a taco?” When I said “ummm…” “She said have you ever seen a taco like this” and flashed her vagina at me then drove off.

    32 years later I still remember that.

  9. I was at six flags over Atlanta a couple decades ago, and stopped to get lunch at a fastfood place in the park. I remember I got a chicken sandwich. I was the last to order in my group so my friends had already stepped away from the counter and I was on my own with the crowd (the place was hella busy) and the row of cashiers trying to keep up.

    I had placed my order and handed the cashier some cash, when he looked me straight in the face and said, “I ain’t got no penis.”

    I just stood there a little in shock, confused as to why he felt I was the person he should share this with.

    Still in shock though. I couldn’t think of anything to say. How does someone respond to a stranger announcing their lack of genitals while serving then their lunch? The only thing I could come up with was, “I’m sorry what?”

    Without any hesitation, and while maintaining full eye contact, he repeated (rather matter-of-factly), “I ain’t got no penis.”

    At this point I was hungry and confused and more than a little uncomfortable. We both just stood there looking at each other waiting for someone to say something. Still baffled about how to handle this I simply said, “well… ok.”

    That seemed to satisfy him, and he handed me my change and my lunch and I just blinked, and then walked out to meet my friends.

    They were already in the middle of a conversation, though I was desperate for the opportunity to tell **someone** what just happened.

    Standing there outside the restaurant with my chicken sandwich in one hand and my change and wallet in the other, with a crowd all around us, I fumbled to put away the change, when I noticed he hadn’t even given me the right change! Then it hit me all at once and I just said out loud with no context for anyone listening, “OOOOHH He ain’t got no ***pennies!***’

  10. “You know, if you put your yard lights on people can’t see in your windows at night.” Neighbor’s brother who visited them for a while. Also, it doesn’t work.

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