Unfiltered Story #40280

VA, USA | Unfiltered

Me: Hi, where could I find mouse traps?

Employee: What are they used for?

Me: Uhhh……to catch mice

Unfiltered Story #40271

Peterborough, ON, Canada | Unfiltered

Coworker: *books at least 3 days off every week (including weekends) for months on end*

Manager: *always gives them to her no matter what*

Coworker: “I just don’t understand why [manager] doesn’t give me more shifts…”

Unfiltered Story #40270

USA | Unfiltered

I am an 18 year old, new nursing student at my local college. We are doing our first ever med pass and being a nervous wreck, I make a small error in my dosage calculation. The instructor is pretty laid back.

Me: “I will give half a tablet.”

Instructor: “Who in the world taught you how to do math?!”

Me: “Your mom.”

He looks at me like I am insane before realizing that I graduated from the high school his mother teaches math at. Yes, she really did teach me Algebra 1. We had a good laugh about it.

Unfiltered Story #40269

Arlington, Tx | Unfiltered

I work during the night shift with one of my co-workers since its our big shipment coming in. There was a drunk guy outside staring at the window when out of no where he starts to talk to it in a deep conversation. Me and my co-worker look at each other confused. Then he walks away. Hours pass when the drunk guy comes back out of no where he comes up to me and says, “Not being gay or nothing but we guys need to touch our self everyday just to feel good, you know?” I look at my co-worker and start laughing. I told my other co-workers about it and it becomes a funny story for the next month.

Unfiltered Story #40278

Stillwater, OK, USA | Unfiltered

(While waiting on my boyfriend to get a haircut, two men enter the salon speaking a different language. This is nothing unusual to me since the university in town has many international students. One later gets called back to get a haircut and I overhear this exchange:)

Hair Dresser: “so where are you two from?”

Customer: “We’re from South Africa.”

Hair Dresser: “Ooooh, are you guys here with the circus?”

(There’s not even a circus in town, to my knowledge)

Customer: “No we go to school here.”

(Thankfully, he didn’t seem upset, but maybe a little confused as to how someone could say such a thing!)