Like any new relationship, everything starts out seemingly perfect.
But when the honeymoon phase diminishes, their flaws start to become more obvious once the spell wears off.
And half way through a casual dinner date, your partner says the most ridiculous comment that’s enough to make you think twice about your relationship.
Here, Australians share the stupidest things their partners have ever said.
During a segment on Kyle and Jackie O’s radio station KIISFM, listeners revealed the hilarious moment they realised they were dating someone stupid – and whether or not they were still with them.
Australians reveal the moment they realised they were dating someone stupid (stock image)
During a segment on Kyle and Jackie O’s radio station KIISFM, Australians share the stupidest things their partners have ever said
People reveal the stupidest things anyone has EVER said to them
- A classmate of mine was convinced that skin on skin contact caused skin cancer
- A friend was totally confident he would be able to survive a plane crash because of his tuck and roll technique
- I had a friend who for whatever reason was trying to guess my brother’s middle name… I gave her the hint “his middle name is the same as my Grandpa Tom’s first name” and she got all huffy and said “I DON’T EVEN KNOW YOUR GRANDPA TOM!”
- A girl I know got a nose job. When I complimented her on her new look she said…”I didn’t do it for me, I didn’t want my kids to be born with big noses”
With the FIFA World Cup upon us, one man named Pedro revealed his girlfriend asked him whether Queensland will be competing in the tournament.
‘She actually thinks Europe is a whole country as well,’ he added.
Another woman who was in a same-sex relationship said her then-girlfriend asked her to explain the meaning behind free-range.
‘My ex-girlfriend, I was with her a few years ago and she was just stupid, like absolutely stupid,’ the caller said.
‘Anyway, one night, she said to me “what’s the difference between free range chicken and normal chicken?” and “free range eggs and normal eggs?”
‘I said “oh it’s beef… free-range chicken is beef, they just call it that”. She said “really? So every time we eat free-range chicken, we’re really eating beef?” and I said “yes”.’
She said she even told her gullible then-partner that free-range eggs come from cows, to which she believed.
‘There’s a level of stupidly and then there’s beyond ridiculous,’ the woman added, as she revealed they were no longer together.
Like any new relationship, everything starts out perfect. But when the honeymoon phase diminishes, their flaws start to become more obvious once the spell wears off (stock image)
With the FIFA World Cup upon us, one man named Pedro revealed his girlfriend asked him whether Queensland will be competing in the tournament (stock image)
Belle explained she had a strange encounter with her now ex-partner after they welcomed a child together.
‘My partner at the time wasn’t overly convinced with the fact that he was the father of my child. So he very adamantly got a paternity test,’ she said.
‘It arrived, two swabs in it – swabbed my baby… swabbed his mouth. And after a nine and a half month pregnancy, he said to me: “Well how do we know he’s yours? Are you going to do one?”‘
Madeleine explained how her now husband thought Tasmania was New Zealand.
‘He was so adamant… I just think he didn’t think Tasmania existed,’ she said.
Mark said he was dating his partner for three months at the time when he made a stupid comment about daylight savings.
‘You know how we go in and out of daylight savings? He turns to me and says: “How does the government control the sun?”‘ Mark said.
Leah explained how her now ex-partner, who was 55 years old at the time, was convinced a real dinosaur was going to hatch from a children’ toy egg.
‘He said: “you’ve got to call Taronga Zoo, they’ve got to come out here quickly”. He was beside himself, thinking there was a real dinosaur hatching,’ she said.