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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby simple_love♫ » Mon Nov 03, 2008 5:15 pm

Goodnight Elizabeth -- :lol: that is HILARIOUS... and weird

the seniors at my school dress up for Halloween and this one guy dressed up as a *ahem* pen!s the office made him change by the end of first period though.
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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby LadyViolet » Tue Nov 04, 2008 1:27 pm

Right well several months ago i was driving with my mum (mom if you're not english) and as i pass this side road a guy dressed as elvis on a quad bike suddenly appears then turns round and drives off. We were like :shock: rather peculier people are roaming the country lanes of staffordshire unchecked and uncontrolled. lol :lol:
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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby srabrgr » Tue Nov 11, 2008 3:48 pm

Well one day a few weeks after school started this year I was walking to the library since my madre wouldn't be back to town for a bit. But the strange part is that as I was walking there was a larger, tall, 30-ish woman with a little pink tricycle infront of me. Atfirst she was just dragging it along but then she started RIDING it. Even stranger yet she started twirling around with it in the middle o the sidewalk. :? It was odd.
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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby maddy<3twilight » Thu Nov 27, 2008 11:36 pm

One time I went to Toronto and my mom was like "Lets people watch" and I was like "what does that mean" And she was like "You will see" and right after she said that this guy that was really pale walked by. He had pink short shorts on and a pink shirt And he had a lime green fuzzy hat. Like the ones you get at amusment parks.
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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby Starless*Eyes » Fri Nov 28, 2008 9:51 pm

I've seen some pretty strange things before. In fact, I was thinking of one yesterday but now I can't remember what it was so I'll tell a different one.


My sister and I were waiting in our car while my mum went into a store to get something. Well on one of the sides of the building's walls there was a dumpster. And this kid (maybe 11 -years-old or something) walks up to the dumpster (I don't think he realized that me and my sister could fully see him) but he began to go pee on the dumpster in broad daylight near a main road. I just thought it was really disgusting and bizarre.
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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby *Wanderer* » Sat Dec 06, 2008 4:48 am

Oh my gosh, I've been reading through these and these are HILARIOUS :lol:! I'm seriously gonna wake up the whole house with all my loud guffawing!

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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby bite_me » Sun Dec 07, 2008 6:57 am

I saw these guys on a donut (the inflatable ring things you drag behind a boat and sit on) and they were eating these huge sandwiches and we were just like :shock:

Thank god there were no beer bottles around the driver of the boat.
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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby Black » Fri Feb 06, 2009 12:26 am

I don't know about the strangest, but the deer I saw on the road a few months ago was pretty sick. It was cut in half. It looked liked someone'd cut it with a saw. The bottom half was just gone.
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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby JenTheWriter » Fri Feb 06, 2009 2:59 am

I know I've seen many strange things, but the only one that pops into mind is this gothic/punk kid in all black wearing hot pink socks and a belt made of huge bullet casings. I can't remember the bullet right now, but it was huge. It was the oddest thing I had ever seen (well that day). But I work at walmart, I see a lot of strange things.
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Re: Strangest things that you have ever seen

Postby Black » Fri Feb 06, 2009 11:01 am

The baby I saw at Burger King the other day was pretty strange. It was -so- tiny. It looked like it had just been born several months prematurely and I'm thinking 'What is that baby doing at Burger King? It should be in the NICU!' And then the mom took it out of it's carrier and it was laughing and holding it's body up. It had to have been at least 4 months old. I tried not to stare but I couldn't figure it out, lol. It was either one of those babies that are born the size of a ballpoint pen, or it had some sort of dwarfism. It was just weird.
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