15 Most Unbelievable Questions Ever Asked on Our Community Forum

As our collective use of the internet continues to expand, more and more people are turning to online forums as a way to connect with others, ask questions, and share their experiences. However, with this increase in participation comes a plethora of unique and unusual inquiries that leave even the most seasoned forum moderators scratching their heads.

Our community forum is no exception to this trend. Over the years, we’ve received a multitude of bizarre and unbelievable questions from users all walks of life. In this blog post, we’re going to highlight the top 15 wildest questions ever asked on our forum, showcasing just how bonkers and entertaining online conversations can be. So sit back, relax, and get ready to dive into the strange and fascinating world of the Mamas Uncut community forum!

Question: ‘What would you do if your partner downloaded tinder and said it was for work?’

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Best Replies:

  • “Believe what you want” is classic. He’s doing something wrong. Period.
  • The fact he actually thought you would buy such a lame excuse is insulting and then ‘Believe what you like’… He’s checked out. Time to move on.
  • What job would require you to download tinder anyway? Come on, I don’t think you need anyone else to tell you what’s going on.
  • My ex husband did this! Told me a porn site made his account. He had a photo uploaded and a little bio written exactly how he would write things.
  • My ex husband literally did this and said it was for getting his dating advice business going. We’re now happily divorced!

Question: ‘How can I tell my friend her children do not smell good?’

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Best Replies:

  • I would be honest. If those kids smell that bad that’s a child protection call waiting to happen. Is it their clothes or actual body odor? Does their house smell like that too? There are a lot of reasons why they stink. Either way, be honest and let her know.
  • If that’s your best friend speak directly. Maybe it’s none of those above reasons and your friend is really going through something . These are warning signs especially in women.
  • Maybe write her a letter and don’t sign it so she doesn’t know where it came from because I think if your honest with her she may get upset and that would be difficult for your friendship!
  • Just tell her that they stink they are probably nose blind and don’t realize they stink.
  • If she is a true friend she should expect you to be honest. That what friends are for.

Question: ‘Why is my toddler eating his poop?’

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Best Replies:

  • Prayers for your son in Jesus mighty name Amen.
  • Oooo we had a kid at our center like this and he was vitamin deficient! He got some therapy and treatment and was all better in 4ish months. You are so brave and such a good mom for asking for help!
  • Maybe a vitamin deficiency? Or there’s a thing called pica where people crave non food items.
  • As a mental health professional I promise at this age it’s not that unusual. Usually it means he has a vitamin deficiency or is getting comfort in some way. It like kids who pick their nose and eat it.

Question: ‘How to sage a house and rid of a ghost?’

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Best Replies:

  • My brother used to say, what’s the worst a ghost can do? Blow some wind at you.
  • Definitely would suggest finding a medium to help, they can direct you to the best solution.
  • Sage with the doors and windows open so the spirit can get out and then salt the doors and windows. Tell it that it’s not welcome in your home.
  • I would be gone that sounds pretty freaky…

Question: ‘Does your spouse time you when you do something?’

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Best Replies:

  • That is insanely controlling!!! I don’t even want to think of what else this man does that is completely unacceptable and uncalled for. It’s only going to get worse over time though. #boybye
  • Tell your spouse to bugger off. If they want it done faster tell them to do it!
  • Time him during sex and then say he needs to last longer.
  • I’ve delt with this, they could also be timing you so they can cover up what they are doing, not saying this is the case, but he could be either cheating or something and timing you so he can do that but than blaming you for not being fast enough. Definitely red flag either way it’s wrong!

Question: ‘Was I wrong for calling the cops on my sons friend?’

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Best Replies:

  • Be proud that your son told you what was happening… I know I would be… And second you did the right thing by calling the cops… That kid would no longer be allowed in my home after that.
  • You are not wrong at all. You are raising a good young man. That dad… Not so much. That behaviour needs to be nipped in the Bud right there and maybe getting arrested may have hopefully helped him change his path… one can hope anyways.
  • You’re definitely in the right. That dad is raising a bad child and is approving of his delinquent behavior. You should be proud your son said no, though! Means you’re raising him correctly. And the fact he trusts you enough to come talk to you is awesome. :heart: but no don’t feel bad for calling the cops you did the right thing.
  • No way! You did the right thing. His father should be thanking you for reaching his son a lesson because obviously he hasn’t brought him up to know what’s right and wrong.
  • No. You are not wrong. His actions, his consequences. He needs to learn that daddy can’t get him out of consequences in the real world. Obviously he has done this before. I’m soooo happy your son came to you and told you what happened. Good job at raising him right Momma!!! 

Question: ‘Would I be wrong to skip my uncles funeral for my daughters baseball game?’

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Best Replies:

  • If my nephew missed my funeral to go to his daughter’s baseball game I’m going to come back and haunt him. She’s 10, you’ve 8 more years to watch her play sports. This is a good life lesson for your daughter as well. Sometimes we have to put our plans/events to the side to be there for people we love. I totally understand you not wanting to take her. You going will teach her a valuable lesson.
  • How would you feel if it was your funeral or your daughter’s funeral, and others elected to go to a ball game rather than pay respects?
  • There will be more games, but you’ll never get to say good bye to your uncle again.
  • Set a good example of the importance of “family” by attending the funeral. There will be many more events in her life.

Question: ‘What do you do when you are in your car and your child has to pee?’

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Best Replies:

  • I’m not judging but…why didn’t you just go inside?
  • It’s called pull into a parking spot and take them inside to use the restroom. It’s not that hard to do.
  • They have little mini potty toilets that collapse and you store in a bag on Amazon. You just put a bag on the inside of it if and then throw it away. Works great for the car!
  • I just pull over and tell her it’s only emergencies to squat…I just open the passenger front door and the back door to make a little enclosed area to feel covered.

Question: ‘Anyone else have a child that will not stop talking?’

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Best Replies:

  • Possible meds? Put in ear buds, white noise on headphones, can you leave him alone and go somewhere quiet? Chewing gum or teething beads or singing lessons or learning to play an instrument you have to blow into to keep his mouth occupied? Maybe steer him towards a job as a DJ? Has he always been this way or is puberty exacerbating this?
  • Mine is 4 but the same way. Sometimes she talks so fast she makes up words and sounds to fill the middle of her sentences. Its a lot.
  • I put on his noise canceling headphones.
  • Mine is 24 and autistic. With his OCD he says yeah and I know literally at least a 1000 times a day but won’t rest until you repeat it. At least you don’t have to deal with that. Its exhausting. But you really should be grateful they can speak at all. For years I waited for mine to speak and I keep reminding myself of that.

Question: ‘Would it bother you if your husband never wore his wedding ring?’

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Best Replies:

  • Ring or no ring, if he wants to cheat he will. He could wear his ring around you and take it off the moment he leaves. I wouldn’t let that upset you, tbh.
  • I don’t wear mine and my husband does. I work in a school so it gets in the way. Everyone knows that I’m married though. It all depends… is he acting single or saying he’s married?
  • No. My husband didn’t for a while. He worked in a place that would have been dangerous to wear one, so he switched to a silicone one. That irritated the skin under it, so he went without. He was bothered that he couldn’t wear one so he made the decision to get a tattoo. I personally know only one person that refused to wear a ring, even when the wife asked. We’ll just say the reason he didn’t is for the exact reason most would suspect.
  • How long have you been married…take yours off for a while, say nothing and see how long it takes him to notice. What kind of work does he do?
  • 21 years married and he doesn’t wear it. Lost it once on a job site luckily found it. We have it, but I trust him.

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Question: ‘Anyones toddler refuses to try condiments?’

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Best Replies:

  • It’s probably better than refusing to eat it unless it has a bunch of stuff all over it. Let her eat her food plain. I think as she gets older, natural curiosity will prompt her to try a condiment or two; especially if she sees others eating and enjoying them. I didn’t put condiments on my kids’ food when they were starting out on solid food, because I wanted them to taste the food instead of the condiment; but later on condiments were offered. Tastes change over time as well. With toddlers, you gotta pick your battles at times! Good luck!
  • My youngest used to drink condiments from the bottle. I had to eventually gate the kitchen when I seen her chugging maple syrup and ranch????‍♀️.
  • Sounds like she likes the taste of food! That sounds great! Some kids won’t eat unless their food is covered in condiments. Definitely take it as a win!
  • My 6 year old daughter refuses all condiments… mustard, ketchup barbecue sauce, relish, soya sauce, salad dressing, etc.
  • It’s not a bad thing necessarily. Some countries don’t even utilize condiments. Your child will grow up appreciating the taste of the food instead of everything having to be altered.

Question: ‘Has anyones spouse had wet dreams?’

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Best Replies:

  • It’s VERY common! However, it’s not always discussed. ( I’m not saying that’s a good thing, Just that it occurs). I do think that it is something that needs to be normalized (in and out of relationships), and discussed.
  • Well, I can’t see my spouse’s dreams so going from pure logic and sense…probably. :rofl: doesn’t everyone at some point…
  • Why would you even post something like this? SMH!!!
  • I had quite a few while pregnant! Lol
  • Are you even old enough to be married if you’re asking this question?

Question: ‘Would you be okay with your 5 year old drinking coffee?’

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Best Replies:

  • What about Decaf with milk? Our 2 year old wants to be just like us so we make him a decaf. He feels so grown up!
  • Doesn’t sound like it’s an every day occurrence. Imagine the memories being made. If you’re worried, send a bottle of sugar free creamer along. But I wouldn’t want to ruin such a special moment being shared over a little sugar.
  • The memories are worth far more than being upset about a little bit of sugar imo. If my mom did this with my son, I’d just shrug it off, it’s only once in a while and it’s special to them <3
  • Tell her to use milk or a non dairy milk like almond milk to dilute all that creamer.

Question: ‘I want to name my son Lucifer but my family has an issue with it: Advice?’

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Best Replies:

  • I personally love the name. But I also love that show. Your child, your choice.
  • Why? Why would you want to TORTURE your child? He will be picked on, best up, have hexes thrown at him, holy water, curses, etc ALL BECUZ YOU WANT THIS STUPID NAME. It literally means devil! You stupid idiot if you do this and condemn him to a life of misery until he is old enough to legally change it himself. Be a GOOD MOTHER and give him a NORMAL NAME!
  • My sons are 28, when they were in grade school there was a boy named Igor in their class. He was from another country, but by the time 8th grade came around, he had convinced his Mom to legally change his name to John. I really don’t think the kids teased him too much about his name, but Kids really don’t like different names. Get a dog and name him Lucifer…
  • What he ends up being a Christian? Being named Lucifer would be terrible.
  • I would never name my child that, because of how he would get treated in the future. I would suggest finding names that are similar like Luca, Castiel, Lazarus, or even Lucian sounds better. If you really like the name, get a pet and name it Lucifer.

Question: ‘Should we allow our kids to play with kids of a different faith?’

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Best Replies:

  • You open your minds and let your kids play with other kids.
  • IF this is not a troll…why wouldn’t you? Perfect time to teach acceptance of other’s despite differences.
  • Your kids are going to experience other religions throughout there life. You can’t keep your children from everyone who doesn’t have the same beliefs as you unless you lock them in your basement.
  • They will be exposed to different religions in school on the playground. Sadly you can’t shelter your kids from everything that’s different.
  • This… this is like, a late April Fool’s joke, right? If not, OP, PLEASE, make yourself some friends outside of your cult, because, dang.

In conclusion, the 15 most unbelievable questions ever asked on our community forum prove that the internet is a vast and fascinating place, full of unique individuals with an endless supply of hilarious individuals. While some of these questions may seem strange or even silly at first glance, they also serve as a reminder of the incredible diversity of perspectives and experiences that make up our online communities.

We hope you’ve enjoyed reading through these bizarre inquiries and invite you to join us on our forum to add your own voice to the conversation. Who knows, maybe your question will be featured in the next round-up of unbelievable forum posts!

For even more community content, keep reading. We’ve got a person asking AITA over macaroni and cheese!

“My husband (Asian) and I (American) welcomed our firstborn 4 weeks ago. The baby is [healthy] (Thank God) but I’m exhausted, haven’t fixed my hair, barely able to shower and can not sleep,” the OP, Original Poster began.

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“My husband’s family had been pressuring us to visit to meet the baby. I tried to hold them off as much as I could but yesterday, I was surprised to find them standing on the porch. Turns out hubby invited them for dinner. I was embarrassed and felt like I wasn’t ready for visitors (judgemental ones at that ????) cause the house was a M.E.S.S y’all.”

The OP went on to reveal that her husband forced her to make a homemade meal as ordering takeout would appear “rude.”

“Anyways, my husband sat with them while I fed my son then later I asked my husband if we should order takeout for dinner. He said ‘NO’ because his parents would find this rude and unwelcoming. He suggested that I go inside the kitchen and prepare something, anything long as it’s ‘homemade.’ I said fine then went and made some Mac N Cheese. The reason I prepared this meal is because of how easy it is.”

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“Once I served the family, my husband’s mom looked at me and was appalled. I noticed something was wrong. She asked if I really found it ‘appropriate’ to serve her and the family Mac N Cheese. I asked why not and she went on a rant about how disrespectful this was and that I clearly have no experience in what is right and wrong when it comes to hosting. I said excuse me? Who said I signed up to host an expected visit from them and she took it as in I didn’t want them there.”

And from there, the situation continued to escalate.

“Her husband said they were just there to finally see the baby that I kept them from seeing for an entire month. That’s a whole month of his life they ‘missed’ out on. We had an argument and they decided to go home. My husband said that deciding to serve his family Mac N Cheese was more offensive [than] serving them nothing at all. I told him I was too exhausted to cook their ‘traditional feasts’ that I was forced to learn from his mom. He took offense and said that I was being mean and disrespectful towards not only his family but his culture.”

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“I went inside the bedroom to stay with my son. My husband stayed on the phone with his family for an hour then kept giving me the cold shoulder and refused to eat what I cook in support of his family. I understand how some guests might find it offensive especially his family. but I was just trying to make a quick homemade meal like my husband wanted. What’s wrong with Mac N Cheese”” the OP concluded.

One user commented: “This isn’t a culture clash – these people are just AHs. There isn’t an asian culture I’m aware of that doesn’t practice some form of postpartum confinement where it is expected that the new mother do nothing other than rest and bond with the baby. IF they were so ‘traditional’ they should have showed up with food, offered to clean the house, and run a load of laundry while they’re at it. NTA btw.”

Followed by: “I’m Asian and if anything, it’d be my relatives coming over and bringing me food. No one would expect an exhausted new mother to cook a whole feast. Sure, boundaries don’t really exist in Asian families sometimes but if OP’s husband had even the thinnest backbone, he’d stand up to his family for her. And if he wanted to host so bad, why didn’t he cook?”

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