I have a feeling that these embarrassing tweets are going to trigger some of your own personal humiliating moments…I think they did for me.
But triggered we will all be very soon!
Because people spoke openly on Twitter about things that really embarrassed the heck out of them…and we’re all gonna laugh at them.
Not WITH them, AT them!
You ready? Let’s do it!
1. Just kill ’em.
What a world that would be.
I used to think that they got terminally ill or very old people to actually die for movie scenes when people were blown up and stuff. I was about 17. Haha, not really. I was about 6 or 7, but still.
— Adam D (@wordycreep) May 14, 2020
2. They’re not real?
Now I’m depressed.
I thought the biggest difference between deer and reindeer was that reindeer could fly.
I used to think Unicorns were real, just extinct.
— John, but wearing a mask. (@IndianaJohnsAdv) May 14, 2020
3. Top or bottom in the bumpbeds.
No shame in this one…
‘Bumpbeds’. Until I was 22. The horror.
— Andy (@ajnmann) May 13, 2020
4. He’s just chillin’.
That was his chill spot.
As a small child,I was always puzzled by pictures of the crucifixion.Jesus always looked so unfazed I assumed this was his peculiar way of chilling out.
— Anne Oatley (@AnneOatley) May 13, 2020
5. Oh, boy…
Good thing that was cleared up.
I asked someone to spell “ampersand” over the phone to me in a call centre job because I didn’t know that the official name for the little squiggly and sign wasnt actually “little squiggly and sign.”
— David Angus (@DavidAngus79) May 13, 2020
6. A big mouth.
Batman needs to go to the dentist.
For most of my childhood I used to think the batman symbol was a yellow mouth with very few teeth pic.twitter.com/eYfWgfP2ER
— Tom (@TomThornton33) May 14, 2020
7. Try the other way.
My ex partner couldn’t figure out a way of not burning her back on the taps when she had a bath. It was a total revelation when we told her to just turn round.
— Dan Lockhart (@DaniLockhart) May 14, 2020
8. Turn on the AC.
Wait a second…
I was told on car journeys when I was little the AC button was a magical Anti-siCKness button. Only realise aged 15 when I announced to the family ‘that never used to work for me’
— Olivia Riddle (@pivriddle) May 14, 2020
9. A lot of folks did!
And the, color was invented…
I used to think colour was invented at the same time as colour TVs and that everything was black and white before it
— Gordon Jackson (@nobodys_biz) May 13, 2020
10. An army of primates.
Makes sense, I guess.
Growing up, I thought guerrilla warfare being reported on the news was actually the army fighting primates.
— Mike Pitt (@rufustcat) May 13, 2020
11. The black market.
Where’s my cart?
Thought the black market was an actual place, like a shadowy warehouse somewhere.
— R (@mr_rich_b) May 13, 2020
12. All the music in the world…
Is stored right under there!
My parents had a piano when I was a kid, with a piano seat that lifted up to store sheet music. I used to think that every song that ever came out (past and future) had already been written by someone, and the sheet music for every song was held in piano seats somewhere 🙄
— Nik M. (@NearDistance) May 13, 2020
How about you?
What’s your most embarrassing misunderstanding?
Tell us all about it in the comments!