We have all been in situations where we thought - did that really happen?
Well, thanks to Twitter user @mhoye we now know that we’re not alone.
OK Twitter. It's late but let's see if we can make this interesting:
What is the least plausible story about yourself that's true?— mhoye (@mhoye) June 23, 2018
So here are some of our favourite ‘can you believe it’ stories:
I once flipped a coin and it landed on its edge.— Dave Conrad (@daiconrad) June 25, 2018
My life was saved twice, 8 years apart by a simple pale blue cotton bath towel.
2001: used it to defend myself when attacked by 3 knife yielding dope-dealers in the showers of my army unit.
2009: it caught in the 🏨 balcony railings after I slipped and went over. 90m cliff below.— koumdros (@koumdros) June 25, 2018
I had an out-of-body-experience when I was 6. I was sleeping at my grandparents’ when I woke up and found myself in my parents’ bedroom. I saw my dad get up to go to the bathroom and hit his knee against the bed. Two days later I asked him “How’s the knee?” and he freaked out.— Riccardo Mori (@morrick) June 25, 2018
I fell off a 30 ft. waterfall & not only did I land uninjured, I didn’t even lose my sunglasses. 😎— Susanna K. (@superflippy) June 24, 2018
When I was 15, an error in the Italian national health database claimed I had been dead for a month.
My doctor found out and called my mom, offering his condolences because he saw I died. Dad called me at school, explained this, and told me “can you please tell mom you’re fine” https://t.co/VyTiNSOuMC— Federico Viticci (@viticci) June 26, 2018
I won “a date with Tom Cruise” writing contest. A one on one interview during the War of the Worlds press tour. Totally forgot about it and missed the email with the meet-up details at UCLA. So I stood up Tom Cruise. https://t.co/olCsegu3A4— Jimmy George (@JimmyRGeorge) June 26, 2018