While ice-breaker exercises are meant to make classrooms less awkward, there's always a potential for them to devolve into pure bizarre chaos.
Some children, simply do not understand the need for a filter, and when asked to share something about themselves are eager to splay out the most gory details of their lives. While it's certainly entertaining, it's hard to keep everyone focused after a child gives an oral history of the blood that gushed out of them during a bike accident.
I had a student tell me that sometimes his dad got drunk and asked his mom for things; as I was starting to tell him he didn’t need to elaborate any further, he continued with “like soup and he yells it like ‘soooooooooup’” it took every bit of restraint to not laugh. It’s been years and years since that happened but I still laugh when I think about it.