Dumbest thing someone has said to you?

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    I had a friend who thought Standish was in Crewe
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    I have a few examples :teehee:

    "Is Emmerdale set in Scotland?"

    "So if today is 12/12/12, does that mean next year it'll be 13/13/13?"

    "Is Catholicism a type of curry?"

    :laugh: :teehee:
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    "If you're from Africa, why are you white?"
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    when you don't even know where or what Standish and Crewe are :facepalm:
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    "the dinosaurs were made 100,000 years ago" :facepalm::colonhash: :rofl:
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    A boy in my English class was once asked what 'irony' means and he replied with "Isn't that a metal".


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    Aren't you meant to be black? (Because of my name)
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    "How do you know when water is boiling?"

    :confused:
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    My nan spent her whole life thinking British beef came from bulls and buffalo. She genuinely had no idea it was cow meat. How even....
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    I've remembered another one.

    Where's Wales?
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    'I don't like you' like come on mate who we kidding here???
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    So many examples.
    My friend said that scientists have probably moved the position of the earth so much that we're four months ahead and that's why the weather is always ****ed up.

    And something that was intentionally dumb;

    Me: "... He's not exactly Einstein" [or something along those lines]
    Friend: "hmmm... Einstein, that guys dead isn't he??"
    Me: "uhhh... yes"
    Friend: " *scoffs* if he was such a genius he'd still be alive"
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    "Is 2 an even number?"
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    (Original post by Joeyessex_)
    I had a friend who thought Standish was in Crewe
    ''I don't know to use a cashpoint, can you please help me?''
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    Is Ed Miliband a terrorist?

    (When he was Labour leader)
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    One girl who thought the moon literally changed shape and not that our perspective of it just changed...
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    My sister said:
    "Isn't Brazil in the United States [Contentient]"
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    Here's one I said;
    "What are those round things called, you know the big round things we are on".
    The word I was looking for was planet. I forgot the word for planet
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    have you had a haircut?
    NAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH IT JUST NATURALLY FALLS OUT
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    have you had a haircut?
    NAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH IT JUST NATURALLY FALLS OUT
    It's more of a conversational starter. It's less forward than going up to someone and saying "you got a haircut". It's obvious you got a haircut and this is the reason me including say this to people.


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