“When someone shows you who they are, believe them; the first time.”—Maya Angelou
“I should say: the house shelters day-dreaming, the house protects the dreamer, the house allows one to dream in peace.”—Gaston Bachelard
People are weird. People are strange. That’s no surprise to anyone, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t be shocked by what’s to be found inside other people’s homes. Some things are to be expected, because keeping things clean and tidy isn’t always possible. But some people take that whole not cleaning thing to another level—and sometimes people just forget to put away things that may be quite embarrassing for an outsider to see.
Everyone has a story or two about finding something in a friend’s or a stranger’s house, but those stories got nothing on these tales we’ve collected from Reddit. Read on for some truly bizarre and disturbing stories of the things people keep in their homes, but make sure to be prepared. Don’t say we didn’t give a warning.
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44. Chillin Like A Falcon
I once delivered pizza to a falcon tamer, whose falcon was just chilling with him on the porch. That was exciting.
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