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    Default Odd/strange/funny things you have witnessed IRL

    Okay so my dog (silky x) likes to hump my elderly cat. I have been witnessing this for so long that it has lost its shock appeal but friends/family always bring it up as a "crazy thing they have witnessed" hahahah
    So just wondering what is something you have seen that is a great party story or funny shocker amongst your friends and family


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    A man walking down a Main highway in South Western Sydney with a Motor Cycle Tyre in one hand and a Wall Urinal in the other.

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    Some riding a scooter, as in push with your foot scooter, on the Bruce Highway between Mount Larcome and Miriam Vale. Found out a few days later it was for charity, bu still would never have believed it

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    A man in a suit striding across the park in front of me, without slipping a beat he did this kind of broadway style dance move for a few steps ending up with both arms raised in the air, then continued on just as somberly and purposefully as before...
    Got a right giggle out of me, then i felt terrible as i thought he may have been oc or tourettes, but it was an awesome thing to witness randomly

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    People walking their goat on the foreshore, a woman walking her cat in a pram, a woman walking her doll in a pram and soothing it (yeah she wasn't all there, but it was still bizarre)...

    A horse jump off a cliff 50ms into a river intentionally.

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    I was standing behind a group of tradies in Safeway one day, during lunch. I was edgy because usually if they can't see a kid behind them they're a bit looser with their language {not tradies in particular, young men and women, I mean}

    All have iced coffee and chips packets in their hands, and one of the men starts tapping his coffee bottle against his leg and humming. The guy next to him looks at him and goes "Hey, I know that"
    Then they both start singing "The Care bear Countdown" out loud ; nodding their heads, tapping it out on their bottles, really getting into it.

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    A guy in an MG convertible with the top down....his passenger was a dog with goggles on.

    An elderly couple in a car driving with a cockatoo on the dashboard.

    A group of 20somethings in a city park, picnicking with 2 cats on leashes.

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    A man walking down one of the main roads into the city wearing a business suit and carrying a briefcase but wearing a paper bag over his head! I used to see him a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    People walking their goat on the foreshore, a woman walking her cat in a pram, a woman walking her doll in a pram and soothing it (yeah she wasn't all there, but it was still bizarre)...

    A horse jump off a cliff 50ms into a river intentionally.
    OMG horse!!!
    My uncle walks his dogs in a pram... It's a bit awkward!!


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