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10+ People Revealed Dark AF Secrets They’ve Never Told To Anyone & They’re Pretty Wild

Can you keep a secret?

Everybody has a secret or two that they just can’t share with anyone; be it their best friend or their therapist. Sometimes you need to keep a few secrets from your partner as well.

It’s not just because that secret is hideous, but because you have been holding on to it for so long that it feels like a part of you or maybe because you’re afraid of what people around you might think about you after knowing. Whatever it may be, there is now an easier way to let your feelings out without anyone knowing you.

These people shared their deepest and darkest secrets on Reddit anonymously, and they will definitely make you gasp! Some of these aren’t even funny.

1. Reddituser17381999 shares his/her EXPERIENCE. Or you can say, the lady’s horrible experience.

Ate a huge sub at subway, on my way out I let out a massive fart. I then drove to a gas station, I got out of my car and some old lady quickly parks her car behind me and angrily slams her car door, comes up to my face and starts screaming “Just who do you think you are? Farting in my face like that, you’re lucky I didn’t calls the cops on you!” She writes down my license plate number and drives off fast. I stood there confused for like 5 mins. I never told this to anyone.

2. That is very generous of marry_me_sarah_palin to give that snake it’s space.

There is a snake that lives in the wall along the stairs leading to my basement. He has his area, and I have mine, and we respect each other’s space.

3. Please remember this while masturbating for the rest of your life. Thankyou Rapacious_Fellator.

The first time I did acid I was by myself and ended up masturbating into an old mostly empty chocolate whey protein tub. I also pissed in it afterwards because I was too afraid to walk downstairs to the bathroom tripping as hard as I was. I also forgot about it in my closet for a year and rediscovered it totally unaware of what was inside and I opened and smelled the contents. Worst smell you can possibly imagine.

4. Completely understandable, randomusername4anon.

I don’t really want to be with my girlfriend romantically, but she’s my best friend, and I don’t want to lose her from my life, so I won’t break it off.

5. Sure can’t live with the guilt, eh MemeAgent? Should have thought it through.

I’m the reason my cousin is mentally handicapped.

We are the same age, and when we were 7 our grandpa bought dirt bikes for us. Well we decided to make our own trail in the woods, took the entire summer. I put this tree branch purposely at roughly head level, just so he could duck under it and it would look awesome.

The branch was heavy, but I was able to sit it conveniently between two trees. He was more brave than me, so he went first.

Being dumb kids, we didn’t wear helmets.

I yelled for him to duck, but he didn’t and hit his head on the branch, got knocked backwards and hit his head again straight into the ground.

I told everyone it was an accident. Grandpa sold the dirt bikes, I didn’t see my cousin a whole lot after that.

That was nearly 25 years ago. I see him every Christmas, and it’s always the same. In a wheelchair, being spoon fed by his mom. He can’t speak, he likes to draw funny shapes.

He most likely doesn’t remember the incident, and I don’t know if he remembers me.

But that’s what haunts me.

6. It’s okay, FrostedSapling. None of us are born with natural talents like that.

I thought I learned how to tie my shoes when my mom showed me in pre-k and I went around telling everyone I knew how to tie my shoes. The next time I try to tie them though it turned out I forgot how, but I was too embarrassed to ask for help. I didn’t learn how to tie my shoes until I was 18 or 19.

7. I don’t even know what to say about this amazing act by Dhrdaan.

When I was younger I pooped in a waterslide and saw my poop floating the entire day in the pool on the end of the slide.

8. Good for you Marilynnnn.

I revealed to a Reddit friend fact I am a closet schizophrenic who has had daily conversations for 40 years with my daughter who passed away as an infant.

I cannot tell you how liberating it was to finally share something that I couldn’t even reveal to my therapist. Now that I am Reddit-outed I’ve shared the news with my husband, best friend, and therapist.

What did I learn? That they suspected my condition all along. And are unconditionally supportive.

9. Oh, AnitaWongDick.

When I was a kid, I had Sims 2 for PS2. I’d make my sim “woohoo” and let the controller vibrate on my clit. I made my sim continuously “woohoo”.

I was a weird kid.

10. Surprise, surprise! By ohmygodlenny.

I don’t tell people i’m autistic in person until I’ve known them multiple years.

Sometimes by the time I tell them they’re like “yeah no offense but I’ve known for pretty much the whole time I knew you”

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