Everyone has secrets on their phones. Catching a glimpse can be shocking, and you're probably gonna have some questions - like why someone would have a cache of Kim Jong Un photos, or werewolf porn bookmarked, or why The Emoji Movie is more exciting than biology class.

Delta_Spartan asked: What was the weirdest thing you saw on someone else's phone or computer?

Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.


10. Such a sexy plot.

I once saw this man watch Captain America porn on the bus seat next to me. At 12pm. He didn't even seem aroused or anything, he just watched it out of pure intrigue.

Yugoslovenika

Sometimes it's just your patriotic duty.

compellor

It's like reverse Viagra in that it doesn't get you hard but it does provide some entertainment value so you just watch as you would an episode of Garfield.

JA1987

9. Bold.

My friend was showing me and a couple of our other friends something on Google and he had werewolf porn BOOKMARKED on the front page.

raevanl

8. What a pro.

I worked on IT while I was studying, we gave support to several small and medium sized companies. One day the secretary of a client company called because she had trouble with her keyboard, went there, changed the keyboard on her desktop and she said that her personal laptop was really slow and asked me to check the laptop as a favor and that she will pay me for that

Now, she was a small, kinda shy woman on her early 30's just married (we were not friends but we talked a little bit from time to time when I was there) That night at home I checked her laptop and it had a lot of malware and several useless startup programs and a really fragmented HD. While I was fixing all that I found a lot (and I mean it was a 1/3 of the Hard Drive space) of hardcore lesbian porn.

I said nothing, fixed everything, changed her antivirus and installed some free antimalware software, got paid and that's it

Hastur082

7. Why though - to everything...

On the bus the person sitting in front of me scrolled by a man hanging from the ceiling by his testes on his camera roll.

Classic.

scraulie_the_twisted

6. There's a lot going on here.

I was in biology class and there was a girl sitting in front of me. She had her laptop open and was watching The Emoji Movie.

psychopqth

Imagine how boring of a teacher you sre if people would rather watch Emoji Movie than listen to you.

Make an AMA, have a bunch of questions on how this came to be.

SomedayImGonnaBeFree

Jesus, this one beats all the others.

JonJon7687

5. You knew this was coming, but did he?

My friend was showing me pictures of the aftermath of a car crash he was in. Then he flicked one picture to many and there was his peen pic.

iamkevla

4. The more you know.

Long time ago, was still in highschool. This really really weird kid sat in front of me in computer science class. He was a Jehovah's Witness, tucked his jeans into his boots, and spoke really condescendingly to almost everyone, teachers included, especially if there was any holiday theme to any assignment. So when we had to write a program that had something to do with Halloween or Christmas, he would say something snarky and just leave the class. Also he always wore those weird t-shirts with like extravagant paintings of leopards and tigers on cliffsides or wolves howling at the moon.

Weird kid.

So one day the class was about to end, and I looked over my monitor, and saw that he was scanning through still frames from the original Lion King movie, and smiling. Just still images from random scenes throughout the movie. When I asked what he was looking at, he closed them frantically, and began closing windows, which I then realized he had saved all of these images on his personal drive for school.

imapersonmaybe

As an EX-Jehovah's Witness myself, I could think of a reason, in our religion, we are taught that we get to live in a earthly paradise where we every animal will become tame. He probably longed for a lion as a pet and couldn't think of anything else.

I had so many fanatic friends growing up that none of this story even strikes me as weird anymore.

Sad to say it is hard growing up in a cult.. if you ever see the kid again, cut him some slack please.

mammmamoet

3. You know what you saw.

A friend was showing me shots on her phone of some artwork she had done. She scrolls past and lands on photos obviously meant for her boyfriend. I looked away sharp while she buried the phone in her chest with that awkward "Oh sh*t" stare. I claimed that I didn't see anything and as soon as I saw it was something risque on the top half, I looked away too quick to really see it. But you know that thing where the brain knows full well what it saw? Yeah, that...

jon6

2. 'I just *love* propaganda!'

I had this weird friend in my boarding school. One time, he showed me a picture and it accidentally switched to a picture of Kim Jong-Un

I said "Haha, why do you have that on your phone?"

He laughed and showed me a folder with 200 pictures of Kim Jong-Un in various situations.

"See, that's him fishing. Oh and that's him delivering a speech, this one is him in his office..."

He described every picture for a solid 5 minutes until I changed the subject.

Dioksys

I kinda wanna see his gallery and hear his narration of it, honestly. That's pretty funny.

TheTurtleWhoMocks

1. A true master.

I worked in a mobile phone store. Was troubleshooting a customers phone when she got a picture message from her submissive in the nude, with cable ties around him. She just smiled and told me to finish fixing her phone or I'd be next.

carsona88

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I feel like the statement coal used to make is kind of last century at this point.

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