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What's the most stupid thing someone said to you, and they actually believed it??

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
My neighbour always has something to say whenever we do something to our house, and when we had to get the lampost moved in front of our house so that we could put in a drive, he said to me after it was moved " The light bounces off my car bonnet into my bedroom window and keeps me awake at night..."
Got any classics like that?
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Its my first time
#2
My oh was watching a film with the kids and called me in to ask "is that a real unicorn?"
#3
i was once told by someone they loved me and would never leave, i believed it - it wasnt true :lol:

does that count? :giggle:
#4
MY son used to think period costumes were something ladies wore when on their monthlys! :)
#5
He had been married.................

..............he failed to say, he still was.
banned#6
loupomm
i was once told by someone they loved me and would never leave, i believed it - it wasnt true :lol:

does that count? :giggle:


im sure it was when they said it hun, things change, doesnt mean they didnt mean them at the time hun x
banned#7
not quite the same, but my brother and i convinced my sister (she was about 12 at the time) that if they collected old postage stamps and took them to the post office they would get 10p back for each one (bear in ind this is about 15 years ago so 10p actually bought something then!). She went and told all her mates and they all went round getting as many as they could to take to the post office on saturday. Don't think she spoke to me for about a month :p
#8
yellowsticker
He had been married.................

..............he failed to say, he still was.


SNAP!
banned#9
I once convinced the dumb ass missus that the reason BMW and mercedes drivers dont indicate is because its an optional extra to have working indicator stalks. To back my claim up we had been watching top gear the night before and Clarkson was going on about how much the indicator stalks on the Bugatti Veyron cost $4500 each. So I said remember last night when Clarkson was on about those expensive indicator stalks, well thats the same with BMW and Mercedes, she said, 'wow that makes so much sense now, I thought it was cos they are all ignorant gits' :w00t:

She's not lived it down, I still chuckle to myself about it :giggle:
#10
I don't get the title :S...shouldn't it be

Whats the most stupid thing you have said to someone, and they actually believed it?
#11
Nah mate, I'm not as stupid as my neighbour - he comes out with real classics!!
#12
loupomm
i was once told by someone they loved me and would never leave, i believed it - it wasnt true :lol:

does that count? :giggle:


you beat me to it :p
#13
tracy013
you beat me to it :p


well i believed it twice, do i beat you? :shock:
#14
When I was on the way to the Gulf with my ship we had a new recruit join in Cyprus. Anyway we went through the Suez around past Oman and up into the Gulf.

When we had been at Sea for about 2 weeks he was saying he was skint and wanted to know where he could find the cash point.

He seriously thought that every warship would have a cash point on it lol
banned#15
Meadsy4742
I don't get the title :S...shouldn't it be

Whats the most stupid thing you have said to someone, and they actually believed it?


Yeah it should but go with the flow :whistling: I dont think anyone has noticed
#16
RedIron;3059107


He seriously thought that every warship would have a cash point on it lol


They dont? :?
#17
sassie
im sure it was when they said it hun, things change, doesnt mean they didnt mean them at the time hun x


possibly,they say once bitten twice shy, but when its happened more than once its hard to be positive, hard to believe anything was for real and sadly has made me very cynical where all that is concerned

still i'll happily become old and lonely :w00t:
banned#18
loupomm
well i believed it twice, do i beat you? :shock:


and they say there are intelligent women in the world :roll:
#19
Foosball Chum
and they say there are intelligent women in the world :roll:


im sure there are somewhere :thumbsup:
banned#20
loupomm
possibly,they say once bitten twice shy, but when its happened more than once its hard to be positive, hard to believe anything was for real and sadly has made me very cynical where all that is concerned

still i'll happily become old and lonely :w00t:


i know it must be hard, but things do change, if things went bad then that must mean things where good, its better to try and remember the good and leave the bad where it belongs ;-)
banned#21
When going through Dartford tunnel (on our way to Alton Towers) we were asked what the tunnel was for by my mate's missus. We told her it was because there was a massive housing estate and they couldnt go round it.

"Really, I didnt realise that. Learn something new every day"!
#22
I told my 11 year old brother they are going to turn off Blackpool Illuminations to save electric. I laughed my ass off when he told my Dad "Do you know they are turning the lights off to save electric" :giggle::giggle::giggle:
#23
sassie
i know it must be hard, but things do change, if things went bad then that must mean things where good, its better to try and remember the good and leave the bad where it belongs ;-)


yeah its been a while now, the only thing i really regret is the time wasted on stressing over it, tbh my life has improved ten fold, just wish i hadnt moped for so long and been happier earlier

lifes too short :-D
banned#24
peodude
I told my 11 year old brother they are going to turn off Blackpool Illuminations to save electric. I laughed my ass off when he told my Dad "Do you know they are turning the lights off to save electric" :giggle::giggle::giggle:


That'll probably be true in the not too distant future!
#25
I was working at the Millenium Stadium for the Neil Diamond concert as a Supervisor on the pitch when some woman came up to me and asked if I could throw the man sitting next to her out as he has been singing along with the music all night!
We also tell people who ask where the pitch is on concerts that "we concrete over the grass to protect it"
its funny to see how many belive it
#26
loupomm
yeah its been a while now, the only thing i really regret is the time wasted on stressing over it, tbh my life has improved ten fold, just wish i hadnt moped for so long and been happier earlier

lifes too short :-D

It is - always onwards and upwards.

Have you read the thread where levi had the great betting idea??
#27
I told my friend that they were adding the word Muggle to the english dictionary (true) and she said she was going to check hers when she got home - had to stop laughing before I could explain that they wouldnt be going to everyones house and personally adding it in!

Always reminds me of the joke "did you know they are taking the word gullible out of the dictionary...."
#28
Titchimp;3059141
They dont? :?


No we go to the writers (they are the sailors who deal with pay / leave etc), write them a cheque and they will then give you cash for it instantly

When you go abroad they will then cash your cheque but instead of giving you the £ they give you dib dobs (that's naval slang for foreign money)

The best thing is they don't charge you any commission etc
#29
kelly_o_fanatic
"did you know they are taking the word gullible out of the dictionary...."


:w00t: Are they, why?
#30
today at Morrisons when I asked the man who was stacking the drinks shelves "do you know where the ice tea is please" he answered "I havent got a clue love" - I just thought great customer services, in Tesco or Asda they would have taken me to it
banned#31
peodude
:w00t: Are they, why?


hehe. I'll assume you are just playing along. (But then I'm gullible!!)
#32
Oh man saw the title and thought was gonna be some funny stories ITT , its full of moaning women :p
[helper]#33
I did know someone at university who believed the story in the Sunday Sport about them finding B52 bombers on the far side of the moon.........
#34
octobergirl;3059523
today at Morrisons when I asked the man who was stacking the drinks shelves "do you know where the ice tea is please" he answered "I havent got a clue love" - I just thought great customer services, in Tesco or Asda they would have taken me to it


You sure he wasnt just putting some stuff back from his trolley? :p
#35
when we were kids my sis was sleeping in my bedroom
later on in the evening we could hear my mum and dad "at it"
my sis asked what they were doing me being the older sister i told her they were playing games,before i knew it my sis had gone in there and shouted at the end of there bed "can i play too?"
my sis got told of nd said to me dont know what game they were playing but mum had her legs wrapped around dads neck lol
#36
This is rather evil ..............but when I was younger my cousin cut off my curls (she wanted them ! God knows why !) anyway, to get my own back I told her she was adopted (she wasn't but believed me as I had convinced her it was true as her Mum had red hair, her Dad had black and she was a blonde) :evil:
banned#37
edjaned

my sis got told of nd said to me dont know what game they were playing but mum had her legs wrapped around dads neck lol


Hehe. Sounds like a cunny thing to say!!! :w00t:
#38
Re the initial comment by the neighbour: some people are genuinely hypersensitive to light: they can't just turn this off however annoying or painful it gets - the same can apply to all the senses. I'm not light-hypersensitive but have got to speak up for this poor neighbour - it looks more like ignorance on the part of the hearer...I know you can't move the lampost back but you could listen to her instead of ridiculing her in public. :?
#40
GreenTed
Re the initial comment by the neighbour: some people are genuinely hypersensitive to light: they can't just turn this off however annoying or painful it gets - the same can apply to all the senses. I'm not light-hypersensitive but have got to speak up for this poor neighbour - it looks more like ignorance on the part of the hearer...I know you can't move the lampost back but you could listen to her instead of ridiculing her in public. :?


11 months, 5 days ago...Unessisary bumpage!

Blackout curtains FTW :)

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