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I think the most outrageous thing that has happened to me was a few weeks ago while I was on the train. I had chosen the worst place to sit and some homeless person decided to sit in front of me then began masturbating while screaming obscenities. There was one point where I began to close my eyes and pretended i was sleeping but then i realized how stupid that was. I left as soon as I reached my stop. It was so uncomfortable.
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I think the most outrageous thing that has happened to me was a few weeks ago while I was on the train. I had chosen the worst place to sit and some homeless person decided to sit in front of me then began masturbating while screaming obscenities. There was one point where I began to close my eyes and pretended i was sleeping but then i realized how stupid that was. I left as soon as I reached my stop. It was so uncomfortable.


OP, i'm so sorry. i hope you never go through that again
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FlyinDumpling wrote:

I think the most outrageous thing that has happened to me was a few weeks ago while I was on the train. I had chosen the worst place to sit and some homeless person decided to sit in front of me then began masturbating while screaming obscenities. There was one point where I began to close my eyes and pretended i was sleeping but then i realized how stupid that was. I left as soon as I reached my stop. It was so uncomfortable.


Sorry about that - tough times y'know.
Posted 3/29/15
There was this one time I enter a female bathroom in the hospital because the male one was't working or something. When I open the door to the bathroom I saw the entire thing cover in shit ! The floor and the ceiling the sides, you name it and is cover in shit. Have you ever seen Daddy Day Care ? It was worst than that scene.
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Upon arriving in L.A. for a band trip last school year, we saw a man holding a cardboard sign that said:


And later, when we passed by the same man, he was making some sort of drug deal (or at least it looked like it, with him receiving money for something from a guy in sunglasses, both looking around nervously)

As well as this guy sitting on a fence of some sort while a woman had her head pressed up to his waist.

Fun way to say "Welcome to L.A."
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When I was working room service at a hotel I had a cute woman ask me if I liked her. I, of course, answered yes. She followed by telling me she'd like me to show her around town. I said sure. She continued by asking me if I'd mind sharing her with her dog. I had her clarify and she told me she loved her dog. She didn't mean it in an innocent way either. She didn't hesitate to explain graphically what she meant. I ran like the wind and never looked back.
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When I was working room service at a hotel I had a cute woman ask me if I liked her. I, of course, answered yes. She followed by telling me she'd like me to show her around town. I said sure. She continued by asking me if I'd mind sharing her with her dog. I had her clarify and she told me she loved her dog. She didn't mean it in an innocent way either. She didn't hesitate to explain graphically what she meant. I ran like the wind and never looked back.


Are you sure she was't a sadist ?
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Honestly, she looked like a librarian (hair in a bun, large square 1970s style glasses), All sweet and innocent, then it hit the fan . When I heard the words come out of her mouth describing their "relationship" and how she doesn't cheat on him but they have an open relationship I was stunned. He was a large black and brown doberman .
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I doubt it's the most outrageous thing, but it's all I could think of.

When I was in fifth grade, someone overheard me and this second grade kid talking about junior high classes. Later, we got called up to the office for talking about a women's period. The kid knew what it was, but I didn't, but I lied and said I knew, because I was embarrassed for not knowing. The situation was cleared up, but I was confused the whole day. I later asked my mom what a women's period was, and I was just like-



I don't know who overheard us talking, but who would think some elementary students would be talking about that?
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I had a student destroy 6 grands worth of turbo-pump systems when they mixed up the high and low pressure sides of a a glass window flange. They pumped down the vacuum chamber, the window gave way about 10E-5 mbars, glass flew through the vacuum chamber and I ended up with allot of very dead turbo-pumps as they attempted to turn at 3000 rpm in full atmosphere.

The same student got about 2 inches away from putting their can of coke down on a 5 grand MCP thinking it was a drink coaster.

I spent the next 2 months watching her like a hawk to try and save the department budget.
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Here's a fun one.

I had been out all night with a friend who was on Ecstasy, because after I picked him up it turned out he was trying to sell the stuff at a couple parties, and he was an old friend who is not good with money. So I drove and sat quietly on couches at both of these parties and handled counting the money for the promise of Chinese food at a later date, which turned out to not be bullshit, so that was a pleasant surprise.

I got back to my apartment on campus around 2 am, and my roommate's two dumbest friends were there alone. They stopped me from getting to my room to go to bed by blocking my doorway, begging me to move one of their cars for them because they were too drunk. I asked them what they were even talking about, wouldn't say anything but the car needed to be moved and they were too drunk to do it.

I was tired and fed up with the night in general, so I took the easiest course and said "fine, whatever, but you guys gotta be quiet so I can sleep when I get back." I didn't know security was stalking the car, so I went to move it and call it a night. Security had been crouched behind other cars, and when I went towards the illegally parked one, they skipped out and told me I wasn't allowed to move the car, and that they wanted to talk to one of the two guys. Apparently they had already dealt with these guys twice that night, once for peeing off the balcony of the apartments, once for parking in a handicap spot. So these brilliant young men had moved the car from the handicap spot to a spot in that cross-hashed no parking area next to a row of parking spots.

I told security I didn't care anymore, I was just trying to go to bed, and they followed me back to my apartment. I gave the keys back to the guys and told them security was outside.

Now it gets outrageous. These guys give each other a quick nod and go sprinting out the door. A half hour later, the real police are searching the apartment, so I still don't get to go to bed. Apparently what had happened was these two guys made a full-on break for it, and campus police have radios with two buttons, one for campus police and one for city police. Somebody pressed the wrong button while chasing these guys and called out a runaway to the city police. The helicopter was out over campus, five police cars in the parking lot. The roommate who was friends with these guys got expelled for having pot in his room.

Which sucked for me, because my other two roommates were slobs with terrible personalities. So the apartment went to shit and I got stuck paying a huge deposit/damages fee at the end of the year.

Dropped out, never looked back. If these people can get diplomas, I don't think I need one.
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My Samsung Galaxy Note 10.3 apparently could connect onto my neighbor's Wi-Fi. Surprisingly, their password was 12345678. It'd been like that for several months. Then, they moved out.
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Not really "outrageous" but one time on a band trip while we were at the mall there was this guy who was dressed up like Jesus. Everyone kept asking to take a picture with him and I'm pretty sure he was getting annoyed because after like five minutes he kicked one of our trombone players in the shins.
It was pretty hilarious.
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racing a drug dealer and almost getting shot...
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Posted 3/30/15 , edited 3/30/15
More like shocking.

I was with grandmother, a nurse, who stopped to chat with a friend so as usual it took ages. I needed to pee so I asked to go. Grandmother just motioned find a bathroom. We were in the hospital, can't remember if it was because we'd visited bro or one of the two times I got sick. I wandered around until I found one, used it and as I was leaving I spotted this figure, with no skin. I was horrified and ran back to hide in the bathroom for awhile then checked to see if all was clear before I left again. After the second glance I'd realised that it was a man, naked with no skin. When I got back to grandmother I noticed the signs on the doors. This was a male burns unit. From hearing family discuss medical things I knew that burned skin is very painful when anything else touches it. It's also a tropical country. He'd been burnt from head to toe, he was just raw. That man hadn't expected strange females who were not medical staff to be in the burns unit let alone a little girl so he'd gone bare to keep the pain down and to keep cool. Grandmother was still talking so I never mentioned my shock to her.
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