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Life isn't always a drag––it can be quite hilarious in fact. Don't believe us? You will.

Thanks to Redditor SanDanders1, who asked the online community, "What's the weirdest non sexual thing you've walked in on someone doing?" we were reminded that the weird and the silly often go hand in hand.

And we are absolutely grateful for that.


"My grandpa..."

My grandpa putting a new lightbulb in the lamp wearing a dress.

Note: I was very depressed then so he tried to make me laugh

paulinaatjex

"My brother..."

My brother, totally high, laying in our chicken pen trying to pet everyone that went by and getting the hell pecked out of him.

littleladygay

"It was her first time smoking..."

Smoked weed once with a friend I met at University. It was her first time smoking and we went back to her room to hang. I went to use the restroom, and came out 30 seconds later to her dipping dry Wheaties (yes the cereal) into a bowl of guacamole. Like she was scooping the sh!t out of this guac that the cereal to guac ratio was 1 Wheatie to a half handful of guac. Then she fell asleep sitting up with food in her mouth lol.

Nugbuddy

"I walked in..."

Giphy

I walked in on a new-mom coworker squeezing breast milk into her own coffee right from the teat.

snuffyou

"I once came home..."

I once came home to my roommate sitting on the living room floor with literally 20 bags of Lay's potato chips and they just looked up at me and said, "Betcha can't eat just one."

shesavestheday

"I once caught my roommate..."

I once caught my roommate studying. It was the only time I ever saw them do anything academic related. It was a bit surreal.

TheGreatTiger

"I come home to find..."

I come home to find a black garbage bag on the kitchen floor, an open can of paint, a mug with paint on it, and socks with paint on them next to it. My roommate yells from her bedroom "I wasn't painting a mug with my socks!"

Years later she admitted that's exactly what she was doing.

Solobotomy

"When I was 15..."

When I was 15, I was walking home from a friends house one evening when I cut through this local park with a gazebo in it. In the gazebo, there was this gypsy lady dancing around a chair with a Shrek plushie sitting on it. It looked like she was trying to put some sort of curse on it. I just kept walking hoping she didn't see me.

Wambolt90

"It was freshman year..."

A fully decked out Victorian tea party for his stuffed animals where he only had a top hat on and tighty-whiteys.

He was 19.

It was freshman year and I was assigned to be his roommate.

I transferred to a new room.

whereegosdare84

"I watched my sister..."

I watched my sister fart on her bed then spin around and press her face into the fart spot and inhale.

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