Sternstunde des Internets: Showmaster und Talk-Legende Jimmy Fallon fragte Zuschauer nach ihren dümmsten Erlebnissen und forderte sie auf, die Geschichten unter dem Hashtag #ImDumb auf Twitter zu teilen. Und wir wissen: Wenn Fallon um etwas bittet, lässt das Internet nicht lange auf sich warten. Heraus kamen überragende Antworten – von vergessenen Autos über Heimwerker-Fails bis hin zu Zoom-Versuchen auf Papier ist alles dabei.
i painted the stairs leading to basement going down. i was trapped for three and a half hours. #imdumb
— evan (@evan_aye) May 12, 2016
I used to think when handicapped parking signs say "$250 fine", it meant if you pay $250, ok FINE you can park there. #ImDumb
— Frances Marshall (@fmarshall99) May 12, 2016
I once drove my car to work, paid for parking and then forgot and took the bus home. Thought my car was stolen when I got home #ImDumb
— Michelle Stewart (@Michelle282828) May 12, 2016
One time at Starbucks the lady called my name. She sounded so much like my mom that instead of saying "Thank You" I said "Sorry". #ImDumb
— Ed Hill (@kingedhill) May 11, 2016
Tried impressing this girl I liked at the gym by deadlifting 400 lbs, farted really loud and threw out my back. No date for me #ImDumb
— Evan Schlessel (@EJSpark1) May 11, 2016
When I was younger, I genuinely believed that a hundred years ago everything was actually black-and-white, like the movies. #ImDumb
— Victoria Phillips (@VictoriaGrace36) May 11, 2016
A few years ago, I tested the "no tears" baby shampoo claim by rubbing it into my eyes.
There were tears. A lot. #ImDumb
— AL (@MissSchliez) May 11, 2016
I was eating ice cream and when I lifted a spoonful to my mouth, I blew on it as if it was hot. Done this twice now #ImDumb
— ⚡Mr. Brightside (@Will3K85) May 11, 2016
— Londyn Mitchell (@LondynMitchell) May 11, 2016
When I was a child in church I thought people said "hey man" instead of "amen" #ImDumb
— emochi (@emiameliee) May 12, 2016
Good job, Jimmy.