What’s your claim to fame? Did you meet the Obamas while on vacation? Did you sit next to Patti Smith on a NYC subway? No? Maybe your claim to fame is a little less brag-worthy. Maybe you’re completely embarrassed about it. One Twitter user called for people to come forward with their “crappiest” claim to to fame.
She started off with her own:
Several people chimed in with their own stories.
This guy sold Gerard Butler a CD player cleaner.
I sold Gerard Butler a CD player cleaner the same night he presented something at the IRMA Awards https://t.co/qgJZNjnBJX— MacDara Conroy (@MacDara) September 15, 2017
Everyone loves a great drunk Sean Penn story.
Met Sean Penn drunk on the street. He was so hammered he kept missing his mouth with his hotdog. https://t.co/MQuUaqorhi— Andrew Dunne (@WayOverDunne) September 15, 2017
Poor Ringo Starr. He’s always the underdog.
Ringo Starr goes to my dentist https://t.co/eKrrQe3vNG— Lottie Cat (@onesidedswedge) September 15, 2017
Don’t go misinterpreting waterfalls….
Ever had a selfie make the top Google image result?
for a few years, my selfie was the 1st Google image result for "red tongue" making me TECHNICALLY more famous than the Rolling Stones https://t.co/bz4s7TFL3J— Beeves McJeeves (@BootsMcGoot) September 14, 2017
Remember: Your stock photos will always come back to haunt you.
I modeled for some stock photography when I was 18 and thought it'd never come up again but I ended up photoshopped on a romance novel— tired dingus (@DingoHilgard) September 14, 2017
This copywriter named a McDonald’s sandwich. Actually, he should be very proud of that one.
I named a McDonald's sandwich in Canada.— Jarrod Banadyga (@banadyga) September 14, 2017
But this one might be the winner.
Ivanka Trump babysat me...twice https://t.co/gViHgX0enI— Jacqueline Silvester (@Jacky_Silvester) September 14, 2017
We’re going to need more information, Jacqueline.