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Jimmy Fallon Shares Your Most Idiotic Moments

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We’ve all done something embarrassingly stupid in our lives. These bittersweet moments are a quick reminder that we’re just human and capable of error. Sometimes these moments are things we never want another soul to know or discover, and some are just so hilariously dumb, it has to be shared.

A few days ago, Jimmy Fallon asked the viewers to tweet something very idiot they’ve done in their life and hashtag #imanidiot. Last night on the show he read some of the standouts, which included “I once thought a box of dog biscuits were Nutter Butter cookies. I ate 12 before I was stopped.” This idea came to Fallon when he was thinking back to his college days when someone convinced him to get a perm, which was originally called a “body wave.”

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