The condescension is palpable, I'll never understand that
People with boring lives think people with interesting lives are lying. They also hate that they didn’t think of the lie first
Someone who doubts that has never lived with anyone. Very possible to be walked in on at an embarrassing/wtf moment
But it's not even that interesting. I don't get why anyone would even bother to lie about this. This is like half a bullet point's worth of interest, if that.
Where is someone doubting the OP? The point of this sub is people using /sub/thathappened in response to a post like this, when in fact it could possibly happen. This is just a post?
Now we need a new sub - /sub/thatmayhavehappened
Oh sure it was
This was originally posted in /sub/thathappened
They’re not trying to make you believe it happened. It’s a meme...
This is a meme and also lrn2crop.
Literal first/top comment "Issa meme".
Why is this on either sub it's a meme
Idk about the teacher leaving the room but the rest is believable.
Yeah, this one's pretty believable. You can tell because it's not at all interesting.
I can imagine the teacher leaving the room for humor. I've had professors that would be like, "ok I'm done" or "I resign" and lave the room for a few seconds.
Teacher resigned! 😂😂👌👌💯😂😂
Kind of plausible -> probably fake
With this mindset, how can you belive anything?
My Spanish teacher didn't know the word 'calf' and casually said son of a cow.
I got very excited at a whole field of calves once, couldn't remember the word, ended up saying 'look, baby beef!'
My sister was looking for toothpicks in a bodega many moons ago. She's pretty fluent in Spanish, but toothpick just wasn't a vocab word she had stored away. She ended up asking for "des poqueño arbores para el dente" or the tiny trees for your teeth. She got the toothpicks. Everyone, including the bodega workers, got a good laugh.
(Please note I am not fluent in Spanish and I wrote that line based on memory cuz I'm too lazy to Google translate so sorry if it's kind of wrong)
This isn’t where this belongs.
Probably the wrong subreddit for this...also, I get the feeling this might be fake
Actually, many gay people do know they're gay as young as 5 years old. We may not have sexual urges at that age, but we can have crushes and we understand the basic concept of romance (as featured in cartoons and animated movies). For example, when an LGTB 5-year old sees Cinderella for the first time, they may realize that their feelings about the story don't match the narrative.
I've apparently been super gay since as early as 6. Never showed much interest at all in male characters, but I was absolutely fascinated with the girl characters. My mom's friends daughter would be over a lot because my mom babysat and when we played house or whatever we did, I always insisted on being married to her. And there was very little lesbian representation in early 2000's kids cartoons or even anything I would have been exposed to.
It took me 8 years to actually realize what was going on, but I was showing signs very very early. Until I was, like 10, I didn't even know anything but straight was a thing (I wasn't being sheltered from it, I just was never exposed to it). Then it was 4 years of not realising it applied to me.
So, yeah. TIL blues clues, Elmo, and bear and the big blue house subliminally make kids gay.
Not from a six year old. Maybe 10 plus.
This is an old joke.
6 years old
Yup, saw that earlier. Feels like something I would have said as a kid, even not knowing what sex was. F's are for dumb people, mom, only the dumb kids get F's at my school!
Or something like that, shit idk I don't remember being a dick as a kid
But I thought lesbian didn't like bananas
They do as long as they're not attached to a guy
I definitely think I would do something like that If I were a bit better at thinking on my feet. It's not inconceivable for lesbians to be cute.
Source: am lesbian, think my gf and I can be pretty cute.
"and then the cafe clapped"
No, see, that doesn't work. Maybe if an evil homophobic barista refused to serve them or something, but otherwise, there's no reason to do that.