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Schizophrenics of Reddit; What is the scariest hallucination (visually or audibly) that you have ever experienced?
11083
How do you flirt?
7728
Socially adept people of Reddit, What are some mistakes you see socially awkward people making?
36520
[Serious] What is the most disrespectful thing a guest ever did in your home?
2578
What are the superpowers that people think its good to have but are actually fucked up?
1846
What subreddit deserves more attention than it gets?
509
What tv show do you always end up going back to regardless of how many times you’ve seen it ?
6566
Without listening to it, what is your phonetic interpretation of the intro to The Lion King?
1152
How would you feel if all the people posting “how would you feel about” questions that clearly only have one answer would stop posting those kinds of questions?
361
Have you ever felt lost in your early 20s? How did you overcome it?
253
What true fact sounds completely unrealistic?
2640
What is a subtle sign of high intelligence?
154
Redditors who were leashed as children, how are you doing now?
353
What's a movie you really like but wouldn't recommend to others?
166
Who is of the opinion that Jeff Goldblum would make a great James Bond Villan?
233
You can drink a drink and smoke smoke, what other words can do this?
430
The last text message you sent is now your 2020 Presidential Campaign slogan; how successful is your campaign run?
12746
What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be?
175
What's a YouTube video that you think everybody should see?
63
what's the fedora of women?
702
Who was the meanest person you ever met, and how did you dealt with him/her ?
632
Which English words are commonly used interchangeably but actually have very distinct meanings?
198
Who is a famous person most people find attractive, but you don't?
1164
What was the closest you came to death?
71
Reddit, hit the "random" subreddit link 5 times. What sub did you end up on? Should we check it out?
513
What does 99% of Reddit agree about?
48
The last thing you purchased falls from the sky for 24 hours. What is it?
44
Has anyone used AirBnB to stay in a house they used to live in, and how weird was it?
4316
What is a crappy movie people should watch just for the fun of it?
53
What takes more athleticism than people realize?
36
What's one question you hate being asked?
55
Teachers of Reddit- who’s the craziest parent you’ve ever encountered?
323
What incredibly minor thing are you very opinionated about?
66
What is the single most "American" food item?
16504
What is the worst case of "I know better than my doctor" you've ever heard of?
56
What's the dumbest thing you've ever done for a good nut?
2286
What's your favorite riddle?
84
People that sleep in the nude, why?
37
Married people of Reddit, what's the thing that made you think "that's it, I'm marrying you"?
40
What's your go-to comedy movie?
1225 NoThanksJustLooking1 I was once pulled over for not wearing a seat belt even though I clearly was. He then asked, "Are you calling me a liar?". Cool. I say "yes" and I don't know what kind of trouble I am in. I say "no" and I get a ticket even though I am wearing a seat belt. I just replied with "I am wearing a seat belt." and of course he wasn't happy about that either. I just don't like his initial question to which there is no correct answer.
4060 Showmeyourvocalfolds Do you know why I pulled you over? *Would you like to incriminate yourself?*
3740 gugudan Not really a question, but they'll casually mention going to get fingerprints or something in hopes that you'll say "ok, fine! It was me!" I know a guy who fooled everyone. He wrecked his car and then tried to claim his car was stolen and the thief crashed it. He made it believable. I believed him. All our friends believed him. The cop had doubts and mentioned that he'd dust the inside of his car for prints. The guy buckled and admitted. I later asked why. "Because he was going to get my fingerprints." I replied "well, no shit. It's your car. Of course your fingerprints are there."
2033 liarandathief The most common technique is just to ask the same questions over and over and record the answers. Typically you don't respond the same way every time and eventually, if you're trying to hide something, cracks will appear in your story. Better just to shut up.
1814 im_weak Police officer got me pretty good. Pulled me over at a speed trap. And after a series of questions asked if I thought I could have been speeding and I said yeah probably. And he wrote on the ticket "Admitted to speeding"
2398 cannedtunainbrine *^criminal ^says ^what ^?*
2493 GonzosGanja "Do you know what the speed limit here is?" "No officer I was driving much too fast to read those tiny signs"
1176 uptight_flea "You're not from around here, are you?" Have heard of some rural cops using this on people, making up some b.s. local ordinance they "violated" and then downplaying that into a different offense they didn't commit. Had one time where I was pulled over for making a legal right on red and had the officer pull me over and tell me he was going to mark it as a noise ordinance violation. He even explained it would save points on my license as it was a non-moving violation and I can just go pay that at the court house. Prosecuting attorney dismissed the charges when I showed up to contest them and explained what had happened.
814 NAbsentia Here's one I see from smarter cops: (Sniff sniff) "I smell beer." (wait for a response) It's not a question, but it definitely puts the ball in your court to "explain" why this officer smells beer. While it's tempting to suggest that maybe the officer just burped, the correct response is to ask whether you are free to go. If not, it's time to say "My lawyer told me never to answer any questions or consent to any searches."
1419 Dfarrey89 If they ask you to recite the alphabet backwards, the answer they're looking for is "I can't even do that sober."
142 notsofastandy Have you ever tried sugar or PCP?
602 SouthernSweeetheart Any leading question ever.
1462 dirtymoney I had a cop pull this devious tactic on me at a DUI checkpoint (note: I dont drink alcohol... at all). So, he's asking the usual questions where are you coming from? (work) where are you going? (home) How long have you worked there? etc etc..and then he suddenly gets all casual and says "well if you ARE drunk, you sure fooled me.". I thought it was an odd thing to say and I know to be careful what I say to a cop (because of the tricks they use) so just to be safe I didnt say anything. Just looked at him. He looks away for a second, says something else (I dont remember what exactly) and then goes right back and says the exact same line. "Well, if you are drunk you sure fooled me". At that I KNEW something odd was going on. So I ask him if we were done and could I leave? At that he let me go. Later, after trying to figure out what that was all about I realized if I had said anything to the affirmative (yes, uh-huh, or even nodded) it would be as if I said "yes, I AM fooling you... I AM drunk". IMO a pretty despicable way to get someone to unknowingly admit guilt to something they may not even be guilty of.
685 RickGrimesLol Officer: "Do you know how fast you were going?" Man: "I was just keeping up with traffic sir" Officer: "Traffic?! There isn't another car on this road for miles" Man: "I know. Thats how far behind I am"
321 mrkeith782 Do you know what speed you were going? No officer, of course I don't, I had no clue I was 25 over
1229 0 NoThanksJustLooking1 I was once pulled over for not wearing a seat belt even though I clearly was. He then asked, "Are you calling me a liar?". Cool. I say "yes" and I don't know what kind of trouble I am in. I say "no" and I get a ticket even though I am wearing a seat belt. I just replied with "I am wearing a seat belt." and of course he wasn't happy about that either. I just don't like his initial question to which there is no correct answer.
4057 0 Showmeyourvocalfolds Do you know why I pulled you over? *Would you like to incriminate yourself?*
3730 0 gugudan Not really a question, but they'll casually mention going to get fingerprints or something in hopes that you'll say "ok, fine! It was me!" I know a guy who fooled everyone. He wrecked his car and then tried to claim his car was stolen and the thief crashed it. He made it believable. I believed him. All our friends believed him. The cop had doubts and mentioned that he'd dust the inside of his car for prints. The guy buckled and admitted. I later asked why. "Because he was going to get my fingerprints." I replied "well, no shit. It's your car. Of course your fingerprints are there."
2039 0 liarandathief The most common technique is just to ask the same questions over and over and record the answers. Typically you don't respond the same way every time and eventually, if you're trying to hide something, cracks will appear in your story. Better just to shut up.
1804 0 im_weak Police officer got me pretty good. Pulled me over at a speed trap. And after a series of questions asked if I thought I could have been speeding and I said yeah probably. And he wrote on the ticket "Admitted to speeding"
2400 0 cannedtunainbrine *^criminal ^says ^what ^?*
2489 0 GonzosGanja "Do you know what the speed limit here is?" "No officer I was driving much too fast to read those tiny signs"
1171 0 uptight_flea "You're not from around here, are you?" Have heard of some rural cops using this on people, making up some b.s. local ordinance they "violated" and then downplaying that into a different offense they didn't commit. Had one time where I was pulled over for making a legal right on red and had the officer pull me over and tell me he was going to mark it as a noise ordinance violation. He even explained it would save points on my license as it was a non-moving violation and I can just go pay that at the court house. Prosecuting attorney dismissed the charges when I showed up to contest them and explained what had happened.
810 0 NAbsentia Here's one I see from smarter cops: (Sniff sniff) "I smell beer." (wait for a response) It's not a question, but it definitely puts the ball in your court to "explain" why this officer smells beer. While it's tempting to suggest that maybe the officer just burped, the correct response is to ask whether you are free to go. If not, it's time to say "My lawyer told me never to answer any questions or consent to any searches."
1419 0 Dfarrey89 If they ask you to recite the alphabet backwards, the answer they're looking for is "I can't even do that sober."
144 0 notsofastandy Have you ever tried sugar or PCP?
598 0 SouthernSweeetheart Any leading question ever.
1470 0 dirtymoney I had a cop pull this devious tactic on me at a DUI checkpoint (note: I dont drink alcohol... at all). So, he's asking the usual questions where are you coming from? (work) where are you going? (home) How long have you worked there? etc etc..and then he suddenly gets all casual and says "well if you ARE drunk, you sure fooled me.". I thought it was an odd thing to say and I know to be careful what I say to a cop (because of the tricks they use) so just to be safe I didnt say anything. Just looked at him. He looks away for a second, says something else (I dont remember what exactly) and then goes right back and says the exact same line. "Well, if you are drunk you sure fooled me". At that I KNEW something odd was going on. So I ask him if we were done and could I leave? At that he let me go. Later, after trying to figure out what that was all about I realized if I had said anything to the affirmative (yes, uh-huh, or even nodded) it would be as if I said "yes, I AM fooling you... I AM drunk". IMO a pretty despicable way to get someone to unknowingly admit guilt to something they may not even be guilty of.
682 0 RickGrimesLol Officer: "Do you know how fast you were going?" Man: "I was just keeping up with traffic sir" Officer: "Traffic?! There isn't another car on this road for miles" Man: "I know. Thats how far behind I am"
319 0 mrkeith782 Do you know what speed you were going? No officer, of course I don't, I had no clue I was 25 over