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    Top 5 Funniest Stories Of July 2014

    | Not Always Related | Roundups

    July 2014 Top Story Roundup: Here are Not Always Related’s top-rated stories last month!

    1. Sadder And Wiser (665 thumbs up)
    2. Playing Fair Cop With The Brothers (650 thumbs up)
    3. Getting Red About The Pink (528 thumbs up)
    4. Poking A Hole In Politeness (522 thumbs up)
    5. This Game Has Gone To The Dogs (520 thumbs up)

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    Don’t Save The Date

    | Nashville, TN, USA | Children, Friends, In-Laws, Parents & Guardians, Siblings

    (I’ve recently gotten engaged, and these are the reactions I get after informing various family/friends:)

    Sister-In-Law: “Congrats! When is it? You can’t do it on our anniversary, okay?”

    Groom’s Sister: “Oh, cool. Don’t steal my birthday!”

    Mom: “Yeah! Did you set a date? Don’t do it on your grandparents’ anniversary!”

    College Buddy: “Congrats, you guys! Don’t take our anniversary, okay? Haha!”

    Cousin: “Congratulations! He’s so cool! Don’t have the wedding during football season, though, or I can’t come.”

    (Can you take five minutes to be happy for me before making demands about when YOU want MY wedding to be?)

    Guiding Your Way Out

    | Snowy Mountains, NSW, Australia | Parents & Guardians

    (Dad has taken us on a drive along old forestry and mining tracks through bush-land to see if he could find an old abandoned town-site. We get lost. I am 11 years old and recently started Girl Guides. )

    Dad: “We’ll turn here and hope it leads us out. All these tracks look the same. I know we have to go up to get out.”

    Me: “Can you stop so I can get out? I want to try something I read in my Girl Guide book.”

    Dad: “No.”

    Me: “Please?”

    Dad: “Oh, okay. Make it quick. Just a waste time anyway.”

    (I get out and gather a few stones, building a small cache by the side of the car. We drive for about 10 minutes coming to another turn leading up.)

    Dad: “I’m sure this is it. We turn here.”

    (I look down to see my pile of stones by the side of the road.)

    Me: “We’ve been this way. There are my stones.”

    Dad: “What? But we go up to get out. The other way leads us down. Are you sure?”

    Me: “Yes.”

    Dad: “Okay. We’ll go down then.”

    (The road led down and then up, taking us out of the area. We’d been going in circles.)

    There Was No One WHO Knew

    | CA, USA | Grandparents

    (We all go to a restaurant for my cousins’ birthday. It looks pretty small before we walk in, but when we walk in this place is HUGE.)

    Grandma: “This place is so big!

    Me: “Yes, it’s much bigger on the inside!” *quiet for a minute* “Dang it. It’s sad when no one gets my references.”

    For No Rea-Son

    | Baton Rouge, LA, USA | Siblings

    (I am 18 years older than my youngest brother. He is about three years old. Our mom is sick, so I take my brother with me to grocery shop. We are waiting in line and there are multiple people around, both behind us and in other lines. The female cashier rings up our cart and then smiles at my brother as I finish paying with my card.)

    Cashier: “Aw, is this your son? He’s so cute!”

    Me: “He’s my little brother, but thank you!”

    (At this point, my brother gets an extremely heartbroken look on his face and exclaims in a voice that matches his expression:)

    Brother: “But… but… I AM your son!”

    (He buries his face in his hands as everyone who has heard gives me a death glare. I can’t get out of there fast enough!)

    Me: “Why did you say that!?”

    Brother: “I don’t know. Wait, what’s a son?”

    They Come In Minnie Sizes Also

    | Canada | Parents & Guardians

    (My dad and I are shopping at a crowded mall on a Friday. My dad sees the Victoria’s Secret ad. It is a giant billboard of a girl in a black bra.)

    Dad: “Hey!”

    (He walks up to the ad, sticks head between the breasts and yells…)

    Dad: “I’M MICKEY MOUSE! M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E! MICKEY MOUSE!”

    (I was completely mortified.)


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