The 'Weird' Kid In School That People Will Never Forget

The 'Weird' Kid In School That People Will Never Forget
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School is hard. Sometimes, a kid may be different from the rest of his classmates, and everyone else is cruel and makes fun of them.

However, every now and then, you do find that kid that is weird, not because they are different from everyone else, but because they really just do or say something strange or even evil. Those are the kids their classmates will never forget.

I can't think of anyone like that in my high school, but plenty of Redditors have stories about that!

Curious to find out more, Redditor UngyBungy9383 asked:

"What did "the weird kid" in your school do that you'll never forget?"

I Have Questions!

"He wrote in my yearbook 'When I was 6 years old, I went into a cornfield. I didn’t realize it was a maze. I was stuck for several days without food or water. When they found me, the doctors said I’d never be the same. Good luck in college!'"

– AldoTheApache45

"He was in a cornfield...he could eat corn..."

– aethelwulfTO


"Stole a car, crashed it, lost both his legs at 17. A few years later he did it again, but this time he stabbed one of the good Samaritans who tried to help him, and shot at another one. He then led the police on an 8 hour manhunt through tropical jungle by detaching his prosthetics and hiding under the leaves and mud, and using a makeshift raft to escape downriver under the cover of nightfall. The newspaper the next day read "armed and legless.""

– maggotlegs502

"I kind of laughed at "lost both of his legs at 17. A few years later he did it again""

"I'm like.. he lost his legs twice?!!!?!!?"

– Carennna

"Yes, he lost all four of them."

– rickartz

Sometimes You Just Need A New Name

"He said he was Sonic The Hedgehog, when someone asked his name he would say "I am Sonic" and run away as fast as he could. He even wrote his name as Sonic on homework and tests. Most people never knew his real name"

– Sam_9786

"The albino kid in school. He would take off running down the hallway with one hand straight out in front of him and yell, "white lightning!" He was weird but everyone liked him."

– Favnonpornomag

Yeah, That Tracks

"Poured his juice on the table at lunch and suction cupped his mouth over it and inhaled it all like a hoover when you put it directly onto a hard floor"

"He's a lawyer now"


"Sounds about right."

– ryanasalone

This Was Wonderful!

"A few days before a pep assembly, anonymously posted signs all over school that said “the c*ck is coming”. Teachers and school administrators were obviously concerned but clueless."

"Smuggled a live rooster into the assembly and partway through the opening speech at the assembly, whipped it out over his head as it went apeshit. Entire gym full of kids stood up and started chanting “C*ck! C*ck! C*ck!”"

"Was not seen at school for a few days after that.""

– mynewbrain

"Here comes the rooster"

– bunby_heli

Life Lesson

"He was generally very weird and erratic. One day he extracted a huge slimy booger out of his nose, turned around to me and a friend and told us full of glee: "guys, look!""

"Then he stuffed it back into his nose..."

"One day I asked him why he was so weird and he told me with the straightest face: "The jester's cap affords one many liberties.""

"So I don't know if he was just weird or a secret genius, maybe a bit of both."

– Horticorti

"These are words to f*cking live by."

– Postmortal_Pop

Animal Instincts

"She barked at people and tried to scratch behind her ears with her foot amd sniffed peoples butts at recess. She was 14."

– AbnormalSkittles

"Oh my God you had a dog girl?? We had a cat girl!!! She would wear all black and had cat ears, cat gloves, cat collar, and even a fu*king cat tail, and she would walk around the hallways meowing at people. If she didn't like you for whatever reason, because she never actually spoke to anyone, she would hiss at you and swat at you until you left, but sometimes she would chase you. She had two friends if I recall correctly, and she would nuzzle into them and purr. She was the ONLY person who acted like this, and she was that way my entire highschool years, albeit a year younger than me. I graduated in 2018, and I often wonder where she is now and if she's still meowing at strangers."

"I am pretty sure I found her (just judging from my facial memory here) and she has a newborn as of this year. No cat ears on either of them! Which is good...I guess?"

– duuckyy

The Power Of Imagination

"So, there was a guy at our school when i was a freshman that everyone called "wolfman" who was weird in all the bad ways. He claimed to have super powers: teleportation, DBZ like energy creation and what not. All the girls said he would he just stare at them if they had class with him. He hung around us freshmen and did his best to "flirt" with the girls. For an example of his "flirting" he once told a girl that while astral projecting, he saw her face on Jupiter. Needless to say, girls stayed away from him."

"He graduated though, and his brother started at the school. Now, "wolfman" wasn't a tall guy by any strech of the imagination, maybe 5 feet at most, but his brother was a good foot shorter than him. He looked liked he belonged in 3rd grade (he never got any taller). It didn't help that he always wore a child's goosebumps jacket, that made people start calling him goosebumps. He was even more "convinced" of his powers than his brother, but at least he was less sexually creepy, but that's all he had going for him. One memorable day i was in math class, and he started shaking violently, people ignored him, so he started flapping his arms around. Wondering if this was an actual seizure the girl next to him put her hand on him and asked if he's ok, he growled back "take your hand off me, this power is too much to contain!" She started yelling at him for faking a seizure and he went back to normal death stare foward grumbling about his powers."

– Catsindahood


"Was in the band during some down time, some guy kicks off his shoes and socks and bites the ends of his toenails off. Most of the class “casually” migrated towards the other side of the room."

– madlyinlov3

No Words

"Humped my desk for a solid minute while maintaining eye-contact with me, and then said, "thanks" and just walked away."

"I'm a guy, this was 15 years ago, on my first day at this new school, and I was just eating lunch at my desk, and this dude just walked up and went to town. No context, no introduction, nothing."

"Didn't even buy me dinner first. Just wham, bam, thank you desk.""

– saroshsidhva2

Okay, that last one was extra strange!

Do you have any strange school stories to tell? Let us know in the comments below.

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The Road Ahead

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"For me - Hawaii is hard to beat."


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"Totally!!! And it’s very different. I personally prefer Southern Utah because the red rocks make me feel like I’m on Mars. But I grew up in the salt lake valley, so the mountains lost a lot of their majesty. But if I’m being honest, I miss them terribly."


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"Did a hike in Yosemite on January 1 last year. A spectacular way to start the year. I had seen photos of it, seen it in movies, watched countless videos on Youtube about it but -nothing- prepares you for the sight of El Cap as you turn that corner. I was very nearly moved to tears."



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