When meeting someone new, icebreakers are a good way to get a conversation going. However, these games often go down roads you'd never expect. During a game if icebreakers, over text, or in-person to a new person or an old friend, what is the weirdest confession you have ever told someone?


I'll start this one off. In 2nd grade, I was bored one say during class and started humming a song to keep myself from falling asleep. I soon found that the lesson was louder than my song, so I put my hands over my ears to hear my song better. To any teacher, this would seem that their lesson was making my ears hurt more than most normal people. The teachers could have gone as far as testing to see if I had hyperacusis, an increased sensitivity to noise found with people with autism. Keep in mind I didn't really talk to people then, or other people talking to me, so they had some reasons to believe so. This happened a couple more times before I got embarrassed and stopped. I swear, to this day, they really thought something was wrong with me...



When I was 7 or 8 yrs old, my mom was angry for me for something I did-I don't remember what now, but she made me pack my clothes in a suitcase because she was fed up with me and told me she was going to take me to an orphanage. I'm the youngest of 6 kids, and I don't know what I did to make her so angry that she would do this, but I packed my clothes and cried all the way to the car. I don't know why she changed her mind, but I never trusted her again.


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3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I can't edit my post, but I forgot to add that when I told this to my "friend" when I was 52 yrs old, she just laughed at me. I asked her why she thought this was funny, she couldn't respond-no reason why she laughed, no "I'm sorry", she just changed the subject.