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And then I laughed.

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • GatePlayer
    6 points Dec 07,2019, 10:47pm

    If they were worried they would just get rid of Alexa, right?

  • acid_puppet
    5 points Dec 07,2019, 9:07pm

    This is satire. If its not, it still got a laugh out of me. Well played comrade.

  • fathermanly
    2 points Dec 08,2019, 8:38am

    Do they know Alexa can understand whispering too?

COMMENTS

  • GatePlayer
    6 points Dec 07,2019, 10:47pm

    If they were worried they would just get rid of Alexa, right?

  • acid_puppet
    5 points Dec 07,2019, 9:07pm

    This is satire. If its not, it still got a laugh out of me. Well played comrade.

  • fathermanly
    2 points Dec 08,2019, 8:38am

    Do they know Alexa can understand whispering too?

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This was on the Facebook crewmwmber page airline that I work for.

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • depestoreddit
    5 points Dec 07,2019, 11:37pm

    TSA doesn't even care about drugs unless they explode.

  • jsdod
    3 points Dec 08,2019, 1:23am

    I hate it when cashiers ask me for personal services: watch their kids, use my phone, so their homework...

  • Clerical_Errors
    2 points Dec 08,2019, 7:13am

    all of my drug deals will be done via tampon from now on

COMMENTS

  • depestoreddit
    5 points Dec 07,2019, 11:37pm

    TSA doesn't even care about drugs unless they explode.

  • jsdod
    3 points Dec 08,2019, 1:23am

    I hate it when cashiers ask me for personal services: watch their kids, use my phone, so their homework...

  • Clerical_Errors
    2 points Dec 08,2019, 7:13am

    all of my drug deals will be done via tampon from now on

  • Alwaysmadd89
    1 points Dec 08,2019, 7:57am

    i wish this happened cause fuck the TSA

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Cool guy puts millennial cousin in his place

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • CaptainVodkaPool
    5 points Dec 07,2019, 10:53pm

    Only 10 years? The guy bragging sounds SO old.

  • brogers826
    3 points Dec 07,2019, 10:38pm

    Pulled from Fox News’ website. It was under an article about Starbucks loosening their facial piercing policy

  • asher1057
    1 points Dec 07,2019, 11:34pm

    Neckbeard

  • Wyvrrn
    1 points Dec 08,2019, 5:26pm

    ....but how is the offer of free magnets a threat? And also, he would be knowingly inflicting bodily harm to a person so would still go to jail?

  • Zorukia
    1 points Dec 08,2019, 6:42pm

    Sounds plausible, family members are assholes.

COMMENTS

  • CaptainVodkaPool
    5 points Dec 07,2019, 10:53pm

    Only 10 years? The guy bragging sounds SO old.

  • brogers826
    3 points Dec 07,2019, 10:38pm

    Pulled from Fox News’ website. It was under an article about Starbucks loosening their facial piercing policy

  • asher1057
    1 points Dec 07,2019, 11:34pm

    Neckbeard

  • HotCuppaTeaOof
    1 points Dec 08,2019, 12:59am

    I need to know how many people replied with "OK BOOMER."

  • Wyvrrn
    1 points Dec 08,2019, 5:26pm

    ....but how is the offer of free magnets a threat? And also, he would be knowingly inflicting bodily harm to a person so would still go to jail?

  • Zorukia
    1 points Dec 08,2019, 6:42pm

    Sounds plausible, family members are assholes.

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The truest statement ever if my name isnt Shopkeeper Al'bertEinstein

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • Tech-Mechanic
    6 points Dec 07,2019, 11:25am

    How did they know his name?

    Before he left did he slowly say, "And if you ever think about manhandling a woman again... Remember... looks back over shoulder Sammy's always watching."

  • Springtrtr
    5 points Dec 07,2019, 11:39am

    Knock! Knock!

    Who is it?

    Me!

    Me who?

    Don’t touch Sam-mee!

  • MrMemes2019
    4 points Dec 07,2019, 12:53pm

    Sammy is selling drugs in that area

COMMENTS

  • Tech-Mechanic
    6 points Dec 07,2019, 11:25am

    How did they know his name?

    Before he left did he slowly say, "And if you ever think about manhandling a woman again... Remember... looks back over shoulder Sammy's always watching."

  • Springtrtr
    5 points Dec 07,2019, 11:39am

    Knock! Knock!

    Who is it?

    Me!

    Me who?

    Don’t touch Sam-mee!

  • MrMemes2019
    4 points Dec 07,2019, 12:53pm

    Sammy is selling drugs in that area

  • not_your_barbiegirl
    2 points Dec 07,2019, 1:51pm

    Why this situation is so similar to a scene in a bollywood movie kabir singh. Only differance is this sammy dude was calm and kabir singh was angry like hell.

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Homeless man dedicates valuable space in his backpack to a spray bottle for the express purpose of cleaning up his own semen

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • TrapBald
    28 points Dec 05,2019, 4:51am

    “respect” for a stinky homeless man who literally just CAME on a bus

  • seby1607
    10 points Dec 05,2019, 2:04am
  • Squirtlemanchaos
    3 points Dec 05,2019, 10:39am

    The bus driver would be fired imidiatly as he let him continue and finish instead of calling the police for public indecency

  • teeohdeedee123
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 2:06am

    You don't?

  • HeyoBudey
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 1:37pm

    So the person beside him was like. Yes silent respect for the man. He can jizz anytime.

COMMENTS

  • TrapBald
    28 points Dec 05,2019, 4:51am

    “respect” for a stinky homeless man who literally just CAME on a bus

  • seby1607
    10 points Dec 05,2019, 2:04am
  • Squirtlemanchaos
    3 points Dec 05,2019, 10:39am

    The bus driver would be fired imidiatly as he let him continue and finish instead of calling the police for public indecency

  • BlackwaterPark01
    2 points Dec 05,2019, 6:59am

    And now I hate humanity a little bit more.

  • teeohdeedee123
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 2:06am

    You don't?

  • HeyoBudey
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 1:37pm

    So the person beside him was like. Yes silent respect for the man. He can jizz anytime.

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Posted by my friend about her 11 year old daughter

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • unclezaveid
    8 points Dec 05,2019, 12:53pm

    oh, those womenfolk with their gossiping and somesuch am i right

COMMENTS

  • unclezaveid
    8 points Dec 05,2019, 12:53pm

    oh, those womenfolk with their gossiping and somesuch am i right

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My fiancé’s cousin is the king of “that happened.”

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • simonlepatron
    40 points Dec 05,2019, 11:41am

    Even if its true its not even worth mentionning. It can barely be considered humour

  • NippleBarn
    21 points Dec 05,2019, 12:17pm

    Than everyone fapped

  • JealousAdeptness
    10 points Dec 05,2019, 12:50pm

    I think this could be true but I imagine it was more of an uncomfortable nose exhale than anything else

  • Alpa_chino69
    3 points Dec 05,2019, 3:23pm

    Hmm Los Cucos - would that be Houston?

  • Springtrtr
    5 points Dec 05,2019, 12:26pm

    He stops making sense at the first sentence. tired—> restaurant (ooh-kay, who cares though)

    And what’s with the exclamation marks after stating he went to a restaurant for food!!!!! You don’t say?

    I bet he’s a delight to chat with, in person

  • Lundemus
    2 points Dec 05,2019, 12:49pm

    I don't get it

  • Lickmycavity
    2 points Dec 05,2019, 4:13pm

    This happened. I was the POS machine

  • HeyoBudey
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 1:34pm

    I don’t get it.

  • SamsquanchShit
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 2:50pm

    That’s what she said....?

  • chaotoroboto
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 5:54pm

    I dunno, I could definitely see the kind of person who would tell this story as also being the kind of person to accidentally tell it partly as dialogue.

COMMENTS

  • simonlepatron
    40 points Dec 05,2019, 11:41am

    Even if its true its not even worth mentionning. It can barely be considered humour

  • NippleBarn
    21 points Dec 05,2019, 12:17pm

    Than everyone fapped

  • JealousAdeptness
    10 points Dec 05,2019, 12:50pm

    I think this could be true but I imagine it was more of an uncomfortable nose exhale than anything else

  • Tweetledeedle
    3 points Dec 05,2019, 3:08pm

    HAHAHA DID ANYONE ELSE HEAR THAT THIS GUY SAID SOMETHING THAT CAN ALSO BE SAID DURING SEXUAL INTERCOURSE! A ROUND OF APPLAUSE FOR THIS GOD AMONGST MEN

  • Alpa_chino69
    3 points Dec 05,2019, 3:23pm

    Hmm Los Cucos - would that be Houston?

  • Springtrtr
    5 points Dec 05,2019, 12:26pm

    He stops making sense at the first sentence. tired—> restaurant (ooh-kay, who cares though)

    And what’s with the exclamation marks after stating he went to a restaurant for food!!!!! You don’t say?

    I bet he’s a delight to chat with, in person

  • Lundemus
    2 points Dec 05,2019, 12:49pm

    I don't get it

  • Lickmycavity
    2 points Dec 05,2019, 4:13pm

    This happened. I was the POS machine

  • HeyoBudey
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 1:34pm

    I don’t get it.

  • SamsquanchShit
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 2:50pm

    That’s what she said....?

  • chaotoroboto
    1 points Dec 05,2019, 5:54pm

    I dunno, I could definitely see the kind of person who would tell this story as also being the kind of person to accidentally tell it partly as dialogue.

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the insanity.

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • Rampage97t
    8 points Dec 04,2019, 9:32am

    I can believe the pie part, but nobody besides the person who took the photo was looking

  • fuzzy01
    14 points Dec 04,2019, 12:52am

    Ah yes I’m sure everyone immediately dropped what they were doing to watch this dumbass and his vest eat pie out of a cup

  • stephelan
    7 points Dec 04,2019, 5:57am

    If they didn’t have plates at work, wouldn’t everyone else in the office be eating their pie from a cup?

  • JobRener
    3 points Dec 04,2019, 6:14am

    So quirky!

  • KingRobotPrince
    2 points Dec 04,2019, 3:23am
  • IncidentalGnome666
    2 points Dec 04,2019, 1:53am

    Love how the only other visible person in the picture is looking nowhere near this moron’s direction

  • OneGoodRib
    1 points Dec 04,2019, 2:20am

    Well, at least one person must be since there’s a PHOTO.

  • bagzilla
    1 points Dec 04,2019, 3:51pm

    Omg I bet if people heard the conversations they had with their best friend people would think they were crazy!

COMMENTS

  • Rampage97t
    8 points Dec 04,2019, 9:32am

    I can believe the pie part, but nobody besides the person who took the photo was looking

  • fuzzy01
    14 points Dec 04,2019, 12:52am

    Ah yes I’m sure everyone immediately dropped what they were doing to watch this dumbass and his vest eat pie out of a cup

  • stephelan
    7 points Dec 04,2019, 5:57am

    If they didn’t have plates at work, wouldn’t everyone else in the office be eating their pie from a cup?

  • Ghost_touched
    5 points Dec 04,2019, 12:16pm

    This is the same person who giggles while she says "I'm so weird!"

  • JobRener
    3 points Dec 04,2019, 6:14am

    So quirky!

  • KingRobotPrince
    2 points Dec 04,2019, 3:23am
  • IncidentalGnome666
    2 points Dec 04,2019, 1:53am

    Love how the only other visible person in the picture is looking nowhere near this moron’s direction

  • OneGoodRib
    1 points Dec 04,2019, 2:20am

    Well, at least one person must be since there’s a PHOTO.

  • bagzilla
    1 points Dec 04,2019, 3:51pm

    Omg I bet if people heard the conversations they had with their best friend people would think they were crazy!

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No, I don't think anything is dropping.

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • Swansonetal
    8 points Dec 04,2019, 5:37pm

    In 1977, Robert Franklin produced one of the first commercially available stud detectors. This joke has been around since approximately 15 seconds after it was introduced to the public.

  • stephelan
    5 points Dec 04,2019, 5:46pm

    I didn’t even mind the post until the last line. It is a cheesy and overdone dad joke but the part about panties made it super gross and weird.

  • Zecos11
    5 points Dec 04,2019, 5:47pm

    They only hint hint dropping is that person’s brain cells

  • LeeAhB
    1 points Dec 04,2019, 6:50pm

    Image Transcription: Facebook Post


    Black:

    I'm at Lowe's Home improvement in Boone. I told the lady by the entrance I'm trying to mount a TV and need a stud finder. She told me where to look, I grabbed the cheapest one and checked out. Leaving the store I passed by her and she asked what brand stud finder I got. I pulled it out of the bag, held it against my skin and pressed the button. I told her "I don't know but it's working." 😎😎😎Panties. Are. Dropping.


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COMMENTS

  • Swansonetal
    8 points Dec 04,2019, 5:37pm

    In 1977, Robert Franklin produced one of the first commercially available stud detectors. This joke has been around since approximately 15 seconds after it was introduced to the public.

  • stephelan
    5 points Dec 04,2019, 5:46pm

    I didn’t even mind the post until the last line. It is a cheesy and overdone dad joke but the part about panties made it super gross and weird.

  • Zecos11
    5 points Dec 04,2019, 5:47pm

    They only hint hint dropping is that person’s brain cells

  • meowsaysdexter
    3 points Dec 04,2019, 6:14pm

    I bet she never heard that one before.

  • LeeAhB
    1 points Dec 04,2019, 6:50pm

    Image Transcription: Facebook Post


    Black:

    I'm at Lowe's Home improvement in Boone. I told the lady by the entrance I'm trying to mount a TV and need a stud finder. She told me where to look, I grabbed the cheapest one and checked out. Leaving the store I passed by her and she asked what brand stud finder I got. I pulled it out of the bag, held it against my skin and pressed the button. I told her "I don't know but it's working." 😎😎😎Panties. Are. Dropping.


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How did this get 500 likes?

True stories that are $100% true and actually happened.

COMMENTS

  • PixelPangolian
    600 points Dec 03,2019, 3:47pm

    Who the fuck puts this in their own comment? That’s like admitting it’s made up.

    This

  • NicolasDDJ
    228 points Dec 03,2019, 3:24pm

    *BuT nOboDy cAMe

  • KingRobotPrince
    592 points Dec 03,2019, 1:02pm

    Who watches a kid drowning in a pool and calls for help rather than just jumping in and pulling them out?

  • WHACKGETOUT
    132 points Dec 03,2019, 1:36pm

    This

  • AcumiTheReaper
    43 points Dec 03,2019, 2:36pm

    "some first aid lifeguard"

  • MrRighto
    27 points Dec 03,2019, 4:21pm

    I honestly don’t know but I don’t think the usual procedure is to float up from below the kid to get them on your stomach and then swim on your back to get them to safety. Last time I checked there are faster ways of getting a 5 year old out of a pool

  • maximiliankm
    41 points Dec 03,2019, 2:30pm

    T h i s

  • FazeAfou1
    52 points Dec 03,2019, 2:38pm

    I once had a similar story to this.We were on vacation in Italy and we rented a house there.(I was there with my parents uncle and grandparents)There was a pool there and my family was in the pool while we were watching tv inside.We went outside and told our parents we were hungry or something I don't remember but they came out of the pool. My sister who was probably a year old somehow got in the pool and was drowning.My dad was talking with my family and he wasnt paying attention.I was young at the time and couldn't swin.

    But when I saw my sister In the pool I kept yelling dad and he didn't listen so I gave him a little push and he said what? I pointed to my sister and my dad jumped in the pool and saved her.and now I fucking regret it and wish everyday that I didn't fucking do it because she is an annoying piece of fucking shit

    and that's my story

  • AyZix64
    39 points Dec 03,2019, 1:36pm

    This

  • LimeGreenZombieDog
    10 points Dec 03,2019, 4:05pm

    I have a friend that for years insisted that he was on a roller coaster when the lap bar came unlocked. He managed to hold himself in for the duration of the ride. He said when he got off the ride, he brought it to the attendants attention who paid him $50 cash money not to tell.

  • fiendzone
    9 points Dec 03,2019, 3:56pm

    Probably because it was written by a porpoise.

  • mousesneeze
    11 points Dec 03,2019, 3:28pm

    And then the pool chairs clapped

  • __Matt_12__
    5 points Dec 03,2019, 4:07pm

    His use of "than" rather than "then" makes this really confusing to read.

  • Brendanmicyd
    8 points Dec 03,2019, 4:32pm

    But nobody came

    How do you see a 5 year old drowning and not cum?

  • bread_boy96
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 3:26pm

    Wait did this really happen this is so cool good for you

  • iduckanygirl
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 3:30pm

    And then everyone clapped

  • ReactsWithWords
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:10pm

    Hey! I haven’t seen a Gave Me $100 story in awhile!

  • gat498
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:11pm

    The kids name you might ask? None other than Stephen Hawking!

  • thecorbtrain
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:27pm

    The thing that annoyed me most was 100$ not $100

  • djoney
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:47pm

    Spent the 100 bucks on buying likes?

  • Oiler113
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:54pm

    maybe it has 500 likes because he is a HERO???? /s

  • Gubrach
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:58pm

    "but nobody came"r/undertale

  • Cab00seUnit
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:12pm

    This

  • Etherwulf
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:16pm

    And then everyone, including

  • LooeyChewy
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:21pm

    THIS

  • Cyborg_Breakfast
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:32pm

    "This"

  • Randomrandouser
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:40pm

    Bro if you could swim why did you call for help in the first place? Help should’ve been your first instinct

  • Knockedstorm396
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 5:12pm

    It got 500 likes because its unbelievable

  • DrPhilsSlut001
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 5:45pm

    I think the most touching part of that comment had to be "this", like when I read that I started crying

  • Eppimoo
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 6:06pm

    English please

  • SuperMaanas
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 6:36pm

    This

  • WhenAllFails
    4 points Dec 03,2019, 4:00pm

    Probably people ignorant enough to believe its true, rather than actually reading it twice and seeing there is more wrong than right with it.

  • psychosatan427
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 3:57pm

    It’s true, I was the pool

  • Bevi-Vlogs
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 5:04pm

    I saved a kid from drowning and got in trouble because you’re supposed to let lifeguards do their job I guess

  • lucid220
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:06pm

    honestly it’s somewhat believable until the last part

  • SlushySnake
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 4:59pm

    This

  • DickSulix
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 5:15pm

    This

  • Fjsbanqlpqoanyes
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 5:20pm

    Like pretending to save a kids life isn't enough, you have to be seen as a hero AND get a prize smh

  • CAdesertnomad
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 5:51pm

    My hero😌

  • tiffanydisasterxoxo
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:04pm

    That's not how you save a drowning person. That's how you get kicked.

  • rebeccatwosocks
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:09pm

    I feel like this person learned how to write the same day they wrote this.

  • SpigotLord
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:10pm

    And everyone clapped

  • C_gray14
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:15pm

    Strikes me as a joke to begin with.It's the "but nobody came" that tips me off to it.

  • TheAmericans
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:16pm

    Well he literally got $100% for his actions so that happened.

    This

  • LiterallyMarcus
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:19pm

    Omg my kid nearly drowned here’s $100 lol

  • EmrysPritkin
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:20pm

    THEN

  • destin325
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:21pm

    Some friends of ours rented out a community pool for their kids birthday party. Most of the kids were between 4 and 9 years old so several kids, including one of mine, wore a life vest. Once it was time to eat, all the kids gather around and I took the vest off my 4 year old. His immediate response was to run straight back into the pool that was a few feet away. I immediately jumped in after him and passed him up to my wife. All-in-all it was more of a comedic moment than anything else, but I still joke that it’s realistic lesson in unfair perspectives. Had that not been my kid, I’d be a hero...but it wasn’t. And because he was my kid, I should have stood in a way to stop him in the first place. I was the momentarily bad parent that just did the expected thing to correct for being wrong earlier.

  • Cultural_Car
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:25pm

    Is that a motherfucking joj- i mean Undertale reference?

  • sawright20
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:39pm

    Did he call the kid “it”

  • Anianna
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:39pm

    Most people wouldn't even recognize a person is drowning. It doesn't look like what most people think it looks like and it doesn't look anything like what is generally depicted on movies and shows.

  • Mr_Martiniii
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:52pm

    I had almost had a stroke reading this.

  • Nuka_Moncho
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:57pm

    You kidding? This sounds true I remember when I was 5 and I could hold my breathe for 5 minutes straight in water. Nice moments

    Sometimes, I could reach 10 minutes, I was one with the pool

  • Yettibyte
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:08pm

    I saved my cousin from drowning for like a few seconds before i called a lifeguard and i didn't earn crap

  • delaneyhodges
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:23pm

    Does anyone else hate how they use “than” instead of “then”? Oh the grammanity

  • rudolphrednose25
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:24pm

    Dude tf, I was Nobody, I came to help and he didn't give me credit. Sucks to be him, I got 1000$ and he only got 100$

  • NeonSignsRain
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:29pm

    How big was that pool

  • markycmw
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:31pm

    No I was there I was the $100

  • madewithmematic_
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 3:46pm

    This

  • Nail_Biterr
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 3:49pm

    this

  • CallAus
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:08pm

    He let the kid drown for 5 minutes while calling for help before responding?

COMMENTS

  • PixelPangolian
    600 points Dec 03,2019, 3:47pm

    Who the fuck puts this in their own comment? That’s like admitting it’s made up.

    This

  • NicolasDDJ
    228 points Dec 03,2019, 3:24pm

    *BuT nOboDy cAMe

  • KingRobotPrince
    592 points Dec 03,2019, 1:02pm

    Who watches a kid drowning in a pool and calls for help rather than just jumping in and pulling them out?

  • Guypussy
    129 points Dec 03,2019, 2:23pm

    “Well if you told me you were drowning/I’d eventually lend a hand.”

  • WHACKGETOUT
    132 points Dec 03,2019, 1:36pm

    This

  • AcumiTheReaper
    43 points Dec 03,2019, 2:36pm

    "some first aid lifeguard"

  • MrRighto
    27 points Dec 03,2019, 4:21pm

    I honestly don’t know but I don’t think the usual procedure is to float up from below the kid to get them on your stomach and then swim on your back to get them to safety. Last time I checked there are faster ways of getting a 5 year old out of a pool

  • maximiliankm
    41 points Dec 03,2019, 2:30pm

    T h i s

  • FazeAfou1
    52 points Dec 03,2019, 2:38pm

    I once had a similar story to this.We were on vacation in Italy and we rented a house there.(I was there with my parents uncle and grandparents)There was a pool there and my family was in the pool while we were watching tv inside.We went outside and told our parents we were hungry or something I don't remember but they came out of the pool. My sister who was probably a year old somehow got in the pool and was drowning.My dad was talking with my family and he wasnt paying attention.I was young at the time and couldn't swin.

    But when I saw my sister In the pool I kept yelling dad and he didn't listen so I gave him a little push and he said what? I pointed to my sister and my dad jumped in the pool and saved her.and now I fucking regret it and wish everyday that I didn't fucking do it because she is an annoying piece of fucking shit

    and that's my story

  • AyZix64
    39 points Dec 03,2019, 1:36pm

    This

  • LimeGreenZombieDog
    10 points Dec 03,2019, 4:05pm

    I have a friend that for years insisted that he was on a roller coaster when the lap bar came unlocked. He managed to hold himself in for the duration of the ride. He said when he got off the ride, he brought it to the attendants attention who paid him $50 cash money not to tell.

  • fiendzone
    9 points Dec 03,2019, 3:56pm

    Probably because it was written by a porpoise.

  • mousesneeze
    11 points Dec 03,2019, 3:28pm

    And then the pool chairs clapped

  • __Matt_12__
    5 points Dec 03,2019, 4:07pm

    His use of "than" rather than "then" makes this really confusing to read.

  • Brendanmicyd
    8 points Dec 03,2019, 4:32pm

    But nobody came

    How do you see a 5 year old drowning and not cum?

  • bread_boy96
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 3:26pm

    Wait did this really happen this is so cool good for you

  • iduckanygirl
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 3:30pm

    And then everyone clapped

  • ReactsWithWords
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:10pm

    Hey! I haven’t seen a Gave Me $100 story in awhile!

  • gat498
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:11pm

    The kids name you might ask? None other than Stephen Hawking!

  • thecorbtrain
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:27pm

    The thing that annoyed me most was 100$ not $100

  • djoney
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:47pm

    Spent the 100 bucks on buying likes?

  • Oiler113
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:54pm

    maybe it has 500 likes because he is a HERO???? /s

  • Gubrach
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:58pm

    "but nobody came"r/undertale

  • Cab00seUnit
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:12pm

    This

  • Etherwulf
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:16pm

    And then everyone, including

  • LooeyChewy
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:21pm

    THIS

  • Cyborg_Breakfast
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:32pm

    "This"

  • Randomrandouser
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 4:40pm

    Bro if you could swim why did you call for help in the first place? Help should’ve been your first instinct

  • Knockedstorm396
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 5:12pm

    It got 500 likes because its unbelievable

  • DrPhilsSlut001
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 5:45pm

    I think the most touching part of that comment had to be "this", like when I read that I started crying

  • Eppimoo
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 6:06pm

    English please

  • SuperMaanas
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 6:36pm

    This

  • WhenAllFails
    4 points Dec 03,2019, 4:00pm

    Probably people ignorant enough to believe its true, rather than actually reading it twice and seeing there is more wrong than right with it.

  • psychosatan427
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 3:57pm

    It’s true, I was the pool

  • Bevi-Vlogs
    2 points Dec 03,2019, 5:04pm

    I saved a kid from drowning and got in trouble because you’re supposed to let lifeguards do their job I guess

  • lucid220
    3 points Dec 03,2019, 4:06pm

    honestly it’s somewhat believable until the last part

  • SlushySnake
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 4:59pm

    This

  • DickSulix
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 5:15pm

    This

  • Fjsbanqlpqoanyes
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 5:20pm

    Like pretending to save a kids life isn't enough, you have to be seen as a hero AND get a prize smh

  • CAdesertnomad
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 5:51pm

    My hero😌

  • tiffanydisasterxoxo
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:04pm

    That's not how you save a drowning person. That's how you get kicked.

  • rebeccatwosocks
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:09pm

    I feel like this person learned how to write the same day they wrote this.

  • SpigotLord
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:10pm

    And everyone clapped

  • C_gray14
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:15pm

    Strikes me as a joke to begin with.It's the "but nobody came" that tips me off to it.

  • TheAmericans
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:16pm

    Well he literally got $100% for his actions so that happened.

    This

  • LiterallyMarcus
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:19pm

    Omg my kid nearly drowned here’s $100 lol

  • EmrysPritkin
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:20pm

    THEN

  • destin325
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:21pm

    Some friends of ours rented out a community pool for their kids birthday party. Most of the kids were between 4 and 9 years old so several kids, including one of mine, wore a life vest. Once it was time to eat, all the kids gather around and I took the vest off my 4 year old. His immediate response was to run straight back into the pool that was a few feet away. I immediately jumped in after him and passed him up to my wife. All-in-all it was more of a comedic moment than anything else, but I still joke that it’s realistic lesson in unfair perspectives. Had that not been my kid, I’d be a hero...but it wasn’t. And because he was my kid, I should have stood in a way to stop him in the first place. I was the momentarily bad parent that just did the expected thing to correct for being wrong earlier.

  • Cultural_Car
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:25pm

    Is that a motherfucking joj- i mean Undertale reference?

  • sawright20
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:39pm

    Did he call the kid “it”

  • Anianna
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:39pm

    Most people wouldn't even recognize a person is drowning. It doesn't look like what most people think it looks like and it doesn't look anything like what is generally depicted on movies and shows.

  • Mr_Martiniii
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:52pm

    I had almost had a stroke reading this.

  • Nuka_Moncho
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:57pm

    You kidding? This sounds true I remember when I was 5 and I could hold my breathe for 5 minutes straight in water. Nice moments

    Sometimes, I could reach 10 minutes, I was one with the pool

  • Yettibyte
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:08pm

    I saved my cousin from drowning for like a few seconds before i called a lifeguard and i didn't earn crap

  • delaneyhodges
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:23pm

    Does anyone else hate how they use “than” instead of “then”? Oh the grammanity

  • rudolphrednose25
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:24pm

    Dude tf, I was Nobody, I came to help and he didn't give me credit. Sucks to be him, I got 1000$ and he only got 100$

  • NeonSignsRain
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:29pm

    How big was that pool

  • markycmw
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 7:31pm

    No I was there I was the $100

  • madewithmematic_
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 3:46pm

    This

  • Nail_Biterr
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 3:49pm

    this

  • CallAus
    1 points Dec 03,2019, 6:08pm

    He let the kid drown for 5 minutes while calling for help before responding?