Rude Choosing Beggar Wants Laptop For Cheap, Gets Called Out

Man, this seller really tried to be reasonable with the choosing beggar at hand, but there’s no reasoning with blind entitlement. The dude also manages to be rude, and then walks his attitude back, and then does it again. Good luck to that person getting anything, with that kind of approach. 

Check out more wild entitlement with these entitled people and their unreasonable demands.

Man, this seller really tried to be reasonable with the choosing beggar at hand, but there’s no reasoning with blind entitlement. The dude also manages to be rude, and then walks his attitude back, and then does it again. Good luck to that person getting anything, with that kind of approach. 

Check out more wild entitlement with these entitled people and their unreasonable demands.

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Text - this is Hey got your number from Aleisha. She mentioned you are selling your laptop. Info plz! Hey man its a Toshiba satellite p55wb. Bought in 2015. Just got gifted a new one so no use for it now. Top condition. $200. I'll throw in the sleeve i purchased for it. As well as a mouse and mousepad. Ahh daamn lucky you. Any chance you can keep the freebies and just let me have the laptop for less?

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Text - Oh man i thought i was already selling at a real good price. Bought it for 1300 so was expecting at least 200 back You just got a laptop gifted to you. Why would you wanna recover a certain amount for your old laptop? Not like you're buying a new one. Sorry i read that back sounded like a dick.

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Text - All good man. How about i make it 160. You can still have the freebies. How about $100 for the laptop. I really need it urgently for assignments and shit. You can keep the rest Sorry can't go that low Dude? Again at the risk of sounding like a prick, i gotta say that i really don't get it. Life gives you a free laptop and $100 on top and you want more??

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Text - This isn't going anywhere. Best you look elsewhere. Jeez man some people are fucking ungrateful. If i was you, id just give away to the first guy that asks for it. And pretending to sweeten the deal with a sleeve and a mousepad. Lmao. I highly doubt you would give anything away. You'd probably want top dollar for it. And whether i got it for free or spent a month's wages on it is no fucking concern of yours.

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Text - Do i take it as a no? What do you think genius? l'll be sure to let Aleisha know about this conversation Already sent her a screenshot. She apologised for giving you my number Hope your new laptop breaks

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Everyday Misconceptions People Still Believe

For whatever reason, there are a few common misconceptions that are way too persistent. After mountains of evidence to the contrary, your uncle will still sit at the dinner table and proudly proclaim an untrue “fact” in complete seriousness. Even complete strangers will still come up to you and insist certain laws are true when they don’t actually exist.

For whatever reason, there are a few common misconceptions that are way too persistent. After mountains of evidence to the contrary, your uncle will still sit at the dinner table and proudly proclaim an untrue “fact” in complete seriousness. Even complete strangers will still come up to you and insist certain laws are true when they don’t actually exist.

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Tumblr Thread: Game Warden Who Let Poachers Reel Him Up In Scuba Gear

There’s taking your job seriously and then there’s laying in wait underwater so you can grab ahold of a an illegal fishing line, get reeled in and scare the crap out of poachers. For some other weird history, here’s the very fast story of the first soldier to take way too many military grade amphetamines.

There’s taking your job seriously and then there’s laying in wait underwater so you can grab ahold of a an illegal fishing line, get reeled in and scare the crap out of poachers. For some other weird history, here’s the very fast story of the first soldier to take way too many military grade amphetamines.

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Facial expression - Terry Grosz was a fish and game warden that caught illegal fishers by waiting in the Eel river in a wetsuit and reeled himself in when the fisherman cast out their lines. After writing citations and confiscating their fishing rods, he went back into the river and swam away. Ultrafacts.tumblr.com

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Text - ULTRA ultrafacts Source: [x] Follow Ultrafacts for more facts! theawesomeadventurer okay but this is a power move above any other hoseph-christiansen It gets even better, because he was doing all of this on a pitch black night. This dude swam towards a lure, slapped at it with his glove, and when it got caught; he let himself float and tugged on the line so the fisherman thought he had hooked a 100+ pound salmon. Once he was finally up to the shore, he turned a flashlight on in the guy's

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Text - At this point, the guy who had reeled him in had literally fallen over in shock, and the other people with him were scared shitless. The warden whipped some citations out of a plastic bag in his wetsuit, made the trespassers sign them, asked if they had any questions, and then gathered all of their fishing gear. And he just. Walked back into the river. And quietly swam away, without another word. This man is a legend. do-you-have-a-flag warden coming out of his river to shame fishermankin

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The Best Fails Of 2008

 As we continue muddling through an uncertain future full of chaos, it’s fun to look back and remember the world’s most notable fails. Existence goes hand in hand with mistakes, and some fails are bigger than others. In this case, we’re looking at the most memorable fails from 2008. Keep up with the fail compilations as we look back at more years, by following the YouTube channel, over here.

 As we continue muddling through an uncertain future full of chaos, it’s fun to look back and remember the world’s most notable fails. Existence goes hand in hand with mistakes, and some fails are bigger than others. In this case, we’re looking at the most memorable fails from 2008. Keep up with the fail compilations as we look back at more years, by following the YouTube channel, over here.

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X Factor Contestant Throws Epic Tantrum

She doesn’t seem too open minded toward the whole idea of rejection. Man, oh, man. 

She doesn’t seem too open minded toward the whole idea of rejection. Man, oh, man. 

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Apprentice Engineer Angers Crew, Gets Ditched 250 Miles From Home

Oh man, the apprentice engineer’s gross level of entitlement was their ultimate undoing. If the young lad had just gone about doing business in a way that was mindful and respectful of those around him, well, then maybe he wouldn’t have been ditched the 250 miles from home. Just picturing the kid having to call up his dad to come and get him at 3 in the morning, for a 500-mile-round trip is pure entertainment. 

Oh man, the apprentice engineer’s gross level of entitlement was their ultimate undoing. If the young lad had just gone about doing business in a way that was mindful and respectful of those around him, well, then maybe he wouldn’t have been ditched the 250 miles from home. Just picturing the kid having to call up his dad to come and get him at 3 in the morning, for a 500-mile-round trip is pure entertainment. 

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Text - r/ProRevenge + Join u/GhostOfSorabji • 122d 1 3 2 Apprentice engineer pisses off the crew... gets left behind 250 miles from home Lordy! I was reminded of this story after a recent phone call from an old friend. Rather a long one, so sincere apologies in advance. It's part O r/ProRevenge, part O r/EntitledPeople. Some years age, I got a gig working a weekend music festival. Fairly simple too: ten bands per day and all pretty standard rock 'n' roll fare. Bossman puts four of us out on the

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Text - As it turned out this lad was about as much use as an aqualung to a trout, and had an entitled attitude the size of a mid-ranged African country. On the journey down in the truck, he was boasting as to how he was "a really good sound engineer" already and that "he could probably show us a few tricks." Oh, really? We get to the venue and get busy unloading the truck: we've got a 16-tonner stuffed to the gills with two sounds desks and about 16KW of sound gear for front- of-house and about

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Text - to safely unload it and get it stacked up in place– except that, after unloading the first amp rack (all on wheels but still around 80 kilos), the Entitled Brat snottily announces that "I'm a sound engineer, not a humper.", and promptly strolls off. Err..okaaay... Well, we don't really need him gumming up the works- we're all well used to slinging boxes around, so about an hour later we've got the rig stacked up and strapped down, run out the multicore to the FOH desk, and are ready to st

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Text - Out of nowhere, the Spotty Oik emerges from whatever hole he had buried himself in and asks what he can do. I say, "I'm going to plug up front-of-house, perhaps you could help Hammer cable up the speakers." "I don't take orders from girlies!" (Quick side note here: Hammer was 5' 9", drop-dead gorgeous and as hard as nails-hence her nickname. She was also a damn fine FOH engineer and a bloody good mate.)

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Text - Boris, Chris and I collectively groaned inwardly and winced in anticipation of a full 16" broadside from Hammer (seriously, folks-you do NOT fuck with her unless you want the family jewels dangling from the nearest tree!) Instead she smiles sweetly (NEVER a good sign) and says, "well I'm sure you'll learn something useful." | then go off to play with cables FOH, while Boris and Chris busy themselves with the monitors. A while later I'm back on stage: Spotty Oik has wandered off again. Ham

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Text - Turns out that, despite cables and connector ports being well labelled, The Oik had managed to make a complete pig's ear of plugging up the amp racks. Trust me, it's very hard to make this kind of mistake. I found The Oik some moments later and told him that it was not the proper way of doing things, and that if he wasn't sure what to do that he should always ask one of us beforehand. What then came out of his mouth absolutely floored me: "I don't need to know all that shit. I'm a sound e

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Text - Hammer, who was standing a few feet away, snorted derisively and rolled her eyes heavenwards. It took me a few seconds to process this particular nugget of stupid: "Well, you HAVE to know how all this works; it's part and parcel of the job and as you're here to learn, I suggest you pay attention." "Well, you're just a bunch of roadies; what do you know?" Upon delivering this charming bon mot, he ambles off (again) leaving me to retrieve my jaw from off the deck and Hammer barely able to r

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Text - An hour or so later, we're all set up, and we now have a fair idea of the acts that are going to be performing. In situations like this, you rarely get the opportunity of a full-blown soundcheck so you have to rely on experience to set the desk up from cold. Luckily we got the first act onstage a half hour before the kick-off so I could quickly get a rough sense of the overall set-up. A bit of exposition: it's convenient to reuse channels

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Text - across acts, so I generally keep the first twenty or so channels for drums, bass and guitars, and the last half dozen or so channels for vocals. If a band comes in with anything else-percussion, brass, Tibetan nose flutes etc., we whack them on channels in the middle. Keeps things nice, simple and consistent across the board, and becomes important in a moment. The working procedure in-show is also simple: Dreadful Boris and Big Chris run the monitor desk, and Hammer and I run front-of hou

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Text - We also tasked the Spotty Oik with helping with the stage setups, which rapidly proved problematical. We finished the first act and aimed to do the turnover within fifteen minutes. Generally the incoming act will tell us their mic requirements and we'll write up a mic plot which then gets sent up to the front-of-house desk. Up comes Spotty Oik with the mic plot and he goes back to help with the stage setup. As l'm checking each mic, I notice that I cannot hear the vocal channels. No soone

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Text - channels (he can't hear them either). He then goes off to check the stagebox where all the mics are plugged into. From all the way out front, I hear him shout, "Fuck me!". Seconds later he's back on the cans: "Do you know what that fecking idiot has done? Only repatched ALL the vocal channels so that all the plugs on the stagebox are "lined up neatly one after the other!–his words!!" Ye Gods!

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Text - Boris rapidly repatches the mics and we're good to go again. A few hours later and I'm starting my second shift out front (I won't bore you with my experiences of riding herd on Spotty Oik on the stage shift which- shall we say- was interesting. Currently on stage is a rather nice jazz septet (I love doing jazz-give me a nice 20-piece big band and l'm a happy bunny). Up strolls He Who Shall Not Be Mentioned and asks, "When can I have a go at mixing. I'm really good, you know." Seeing as h

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Text - Wrong!! I've already set what I regarded as a sensible baseline on the faders for him to work with. First thing he does, he reaches for the master faders and cranks in another 15dB-NOO00O!!! Immediately the rig teeters on the edge of feedback and I rapidly pull the mains back. "Look and listen: balance out the two vocals, then the guitars, leave the mains alone!" He then starts making wildly inappropriate changes to the channels' EQ-again the rig starts to squeak. Ok,

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Text - enough! I shove him out of the way and bring it back under control. I won't fatigue you further with the endless catalogue of foulups and attitude that he managed to effect over the rest of the weekend, suffice it to say that despite the best efforts of myself and Hammer to try and teach this guy, they all went to naught. Couple this with the constant drip-drip-drip of snide commentary about how he was "really a better engineer" than the rest of us, and by the end of the weekend, we're al

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Text - Come the end of the event and it's now the fun part of striking the rig and loading out (I'm being sarcastic about the fun part, by the way). Two solid days and we're all knackered and the last thing we want to be doing is the get-out but, of course, it has to be done. It's always an all-hands-on-deck situation... except the Spotty Oik has, once again, vanished into the woodwork. Two back-breaking hours later and we're all done, and the truck loaded to go home. So where is the Spotty Oik?

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Text - We give it a good fifteen minutes-but no joy. We then decide to go look for him, so we spent another twenty minutes trolling around the site trying to find him. Again, he's done a disappearing act. We get back to the truck-it's now close to 3am–and almost simultaneously we say, “Fuck him!" . We climb back aboard and drive the 250 miles back to the warehouse to unload. Next afternoon, Bossman calls me to find out why we'd left the Spotty Oik behind. I gave him the Cliff Notes and was then

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Irritating Times Students Encountered Toxic Nonsense

This Twitter thread serves as a collection of times that students encountered challenges, adversity, from teachers or classmates. If anything, it can serve as a valuable reminder to stay true to yourself, and not let any of the haters get ya down. There will always be someone around ready to crack the next joke or laugh at your expense. Who cares? 

This Twitter thread serves as a collection of times that students encountered challenges, adversity, from teachers or classmates. If anything, it can serve as a valuable reminder to stay true to yourself, and not let any of the haters get ya down. There will always be someone around ready to crack the next joke or laugh at your expense. Who cares? 

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Text - Justin Boldaji @justinboldaji I became radicalized when I was in 4th grade & I took a science test & studied hard for it & ended up completely acing it but when I was done with the test I was bored & drew monsters in the margins of the paper & my teacher gave me a 90 out of 100 because of the monsters

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Text - bloop. @hibanako Replying to @justinboldaji i had a 7th grade english teach who told me to turn in an assignment i had already turned in and i told her and she literally yelled at me that i didnt and told me if i did to find it then and it was like the 10th one

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Text - (goth) Kassa @kassaotaku Replying to @justinboldaji My Spanish teacher in 10th grade, made us do 12 questions of a test in a 1-20 question Scantron then made us do the other part of the test on another Scantron but starting at 13, then made us do another 15Q in a bigger one, Then take everything and put it in a single Scantron

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Text - ダークソール @DarkSoul4242 Replying to @justinboldaji (English as a second language) I got once sent to the principal's office for talking back when my English teacher said "I am been" or "I will can" pointed out it was "I have been" and "be able to", she got hysteric and straight-up gave me Os for the whole year, dividing my grades

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Text - Sparrow/Liz : liminal nest @UntoNuggan Replying to @justinboldaji Context: My mom is from the UK, my dad from the US, I grew up in the US with children's books from both countries In kindergarten I kept getting marked wrong for writing "colour" and I was so upset, especially because I didn't realize there were US/UK spelling differences

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Text - rae bae @epicgringa Replying to @justinboldaji sophomore year in HS i had to write a ~persuasive essay and i didnt use the cookie cutter outline bullshit everyone used to write the paper and my teacher used my essay as an example to the class on what not to do.

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Text - Satan's Craft Room @CraftSatan Replying to @justinboldaji My HS vice principal interrupted my history class to share his personal story of going to UC Berkeley and being a Navy Seal. I cont to read the text. He pushed the book to the ground. Few years later he was on the news for faking credentials and lying about being in the military.

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Text - hrwinter @hrwinter Replying to @justinboldaji A professor gave me a failing 66 for a midterm. There were no red marks. When I went to his office hours to ask, he said it was because I only used answers from the book and not statements from his (incorrect) lectures. I'd somehow failed by not quoting him directly.

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Text - My Dog Eats Sticks @chetsbabe Replying to @ubersle and @justinboldaji I had an English teacher in 10th grade yell at me in class on our first research paper saying, "You can't write one sentence paragraphs." I now get paid to do so. Suck it Mr. Kidwell.

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Text - * marissa * @mxrivel Replying to @joshcurwin and @justinboldaji elementary school teachers are so annoying- they're teaching you basic things like writing but they will not let you do anything slightly different from what they do :/ when i was younger i wrote left handed but the teacher told me that was wrong and now i'm right handed

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Text - Karlie Marks @KarlieMarks Replying to @justinboldaji and @_aurely my senior thesis had a point knocked off for using the word "wed" instead of "married" even though wed fit the sentence structure better than married. also teach said she "didn't believe in perfect papers" and was really just looking for a place to dock my grade.

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Text - Leah @ubersle Replying to @justinboldaji In 4th grade, I answered the quiz question, "What do you call an animal that eats only plants?" as herbivore. My teacher marked it wrong and said it was 'vegetarian. I'd have taken that to the Supreme Court such was my wrath.

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Text - "Shine bright, circus man' @ChancellorSRA Replying to @ubersle and @justinboldaji I had a similar thing in 4th grade. Question: what do a plant's roots do? 9 yo Me: suck up water and nutrients Teacher: WRONG. They hold the plant in the ground. My mom, looking at the test answers: I... think your teacher might hate you.

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Text - Gillian Smith is LOCKED IN @thishere_nomad Replying to @justinboldaji My 4th grade science teacher had us make sun-cookers and my scientist parents looked at the directions and tossed them out the window for being wrong. My sun-cooker was one of two that actually worked and both of us got D's for not following directions.

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Text - Josh @joshcurwin Replying to @justinboldaji In second grade I took a math test, and instead of the normal 7, I wrote the kind that has the small horizontal line intersecting the vertical, cause l'd seen it in a book and liked it. The teacher marked each answer with such a 7 as wrong. 1.

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Text - JOI Biden 3030 @imacopyouidiot9 Replying to @justinboldaji My 1st grade teacher was teaching us math and I solved all the problems in the workbook when she was talking. She told me that "it was homework" and made me erase all my answers.

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Text - Mike Provencher @RevilFox Replying to @justinboldaji My 6th grade Home Room teacher had a deal where if you do all of your homework for 14 straight days, for every class, and get it signed off by every teacher, she would buy you McDonald's for lunch. I did it, and when I showed her she said, "Yeah, this deal isn't for you."

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Text - Brooke Zoom School of Law class of 2020 @Yarsian Replying to @justinboldaji I went to school where some teachers checked our notebooks. Like if we didn't have the notes exactly how they wanted them it would hurt your grade. Doodles were right out. So was understanding things differently. They also controlled what color folder went with what class.

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Text - an anthropomorphic guillotine, hungry and waiting @Queen_Antifa Replying to @justinboldaji I knew how negative numbers worked in first grade, and instead of writing 0 when we subtracted a large number from a smaller one, I wrote the correct answer. The teacher marked these as wrong and told me not to get ahead of first grade.

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Text - RogerStonePrisonbound! @TamarSmith3 Replying to @Damaia and @justinboldaji In 4th grade read Agatha Christie books under the table. My teacher would punish me for it. I was nine years old and reading adult books! Years later I thought how limited my teacher was for not recognizing what an advanced reader I was and encouraging it.

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Bridezilla Announces Engagement At Friend’s Wedding

Man, that’s a low and self-centered move. This bridezilla is the queen of bridezillas. To seize the profound moment of your friend’s wedding to make an announcement about your own life situation, is the definition of toxic. That being said, it sounds like the bridezilla got what was coming to her for the stunt, years later. Can’t even imagine the look on her face when that pregnancy announcement came on the wire. 

Man, that’s a low and self-centered move. This bridezilla is the queen of bridezillas. To seize the profound moment of your friend’s wedding to make an announcement about your own life situation, is the definition of toxic. That being said, it sounds like the bridezilla got what was coming to her for the stunt, years later. Can’t even imagine the look on her face when that pregnancy announcement came on the wire. 

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Text - r/ProRevenge + JOIN u/yazdon • 3d 4 3 6 Don't announce your engagement at someone else's wedding, or this might just happen to you... (Originally I posted this to r/pettyrevenge, but I think it belongs here.) Last summer I was at a cousin's wedding. His bride and her family had been close with ours since before I was born, and the couple had known each other since they were toddlers, so it was a particularly exciting event for both sides of the family.

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Text - However, after the ceremony was over and the party had only just started, one of the bridesmaids decided to announce her own engagement. The attention was immediately taken away from the newlyweds and brought to the bridesmaid (who I'll call Sarah) and her equally-smug fiancé. My cousin's wife (I'll call her Emma) didn't make a scene or utter a single negative word about Sarah. She looked like she was on the verge of tears, but she kept grinning and acted very happy for the other couple.

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Text - Sarah later picked Emma to be the maid of honor at her own wedding, which took place last weekend (I wasn't there for it, but my cousin sent me some of the best bits on snapchat and explained the whole situation). This is where the fun begins.

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Text - Emma's two much-younger sisters were the flower girls at Sarah's wedding. At the very last moment, Emma switched out the white petals in their baskets to blue ones she had secretly brought with her. She told her sisters not to say anything about it or let the bride see them until it was time to scatter them down the aisle. Sarah looked very confused upon seeing the blue petals (which didn't coordinate whatsoever with her theme), but of course she didn't say anything about it in the moment

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Text - Finally, it was time for the speeches. The speeches took place in front of a massive screen, displaying a loop of photos with Sarah and her husband, which had been compiled by Emma.

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Text - Emma took the remote that controlled the presentation screen and at first she showed some pre-approved humorous photos of Sarah with Emma and other friends to facilitate a couple lighthearted jokes. Then, at the very end, Emma said to Sarah that she must be wondering why there were blue petals instead of the white ones originally planned. That was when Emma displayed the last slide from her presentation.

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Text - Emma announced in front of everyone that she was five months pregnant, and that she'd just discovered the baby was a boy, hence the blue petals. The last slide? Her ultrasound picture. There were shocked yells and gasps, Sarah had a fit, but those involved in the scheme cheered so loudly that I sincerely regret watching the snapchat recordings with headphones. Apparently Sarah had been very nasty to her bridesmaids before, driving several of them away and forcing the others to pay ridicul

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Text - Emma and my cousin were eventually thrown out of the party, but they were all smiles. Sarah's fuming mother went to confront her outside, and Emma retorted with, "Gentle, gentle! l'm pregnant!" T reckon Sarah doesn't speak to the majority of those bridesmaids anymore. [Tl;dr] Self-important bridesmaid announces her engagement at my cousin's wedding, stealing the spotlight from him and his bride. Said bridesmaid foolishly names my cousin's wife her maid of honour and behaves like a complet

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Absurd Buyer Wants to Buy $25 Grill in Installments

This person honestly doesn’t seem all that bad. It’s a weird request, but unlike these entitled people and their unyielding demands,  or this delusional buyer who passes on a $3K Civic,  or this entitled lowballer who gets sent to the wrong address, the person who wants this grill seems pretty friendly. Like, even though all the requests are ridiculous, they’re not mean about it, which is important.

This person honestly doesn’t seem all that bad. It’s a weird request, but unlike these entitled people and their unyielding demands,  or this delusional buyer who passes on a $3K Civic,  or this entitled lowballer who gets sent to the wrong address, the person who wants this grill seems pretty friendly. Like, even though all the requests are ridiculous, they’re not mean about it, which is important.

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Text - ll Sprint ? 1 O 51% 9:36 PM 14 Text Message Tuesday 9:07 PM Hi is the grill still for sail? Yes it is Wednesday 9:10 AM Interested? let's make a deal and get you grilling Ok can you take 15? For everything Let me help you help me .. I'll take it off your hands

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Text - how about $30 for everything. That's a little more helpful : ) Let's meet in the middle 18 The middle is fine. $25 final Ok that's a fair deal can I make payments? yep. 1 payment, at pickup. No I was thinking give you 10 when I pick it up then 15 more in two weeks

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Text - ha. nope. you could give me 10 now, then 15 more when you pick it up I only have cash how can I pay you now? not sure. seems simplest if you just pay cash when you pick it up Ya that's what I wanted to do pay you cash 10 take the grill then l'll promise to pay you the 15 more in two weeks how were you going to pay me more in 2 weeks?

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Text - Cash I need $25 before you get the grill. If you want to drive over and bring me $10, then come back in 2 weeks with another $15.. you can pick up the grill then. Ok can I bring you 10... and the meat I want to grill and grill it at your house and also l'll be testing the grill same time then leave it there and come back in two weeks to pick it up with the rest of the money? Or just give it to me for 15 for everything I can just do one shot

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Text - 25 is a great deal. I'm sticking there. Ok what about without the tools just grill and gas line 15? $20 I only have 15 that's why Ah Comon we are almost there 15 is what I have OK. let's make someone happy today. Can you come today? Wednesday 11:56 AM Ok sounds good can you deliver it? I don't have a car

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Text - Nope. Pickup only Ok i can do 18 if you deliver I'm local Friday 7:28 PM Is the grill still for sale? for pickup, yes How long did you have the grill for? And how many times approx used 5 years. 500

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Text - Omg that's a lot of grilling.... that's like 2 times a weeku grilled Normally what type of meat did you grill on it everything we grill a lot. Because typically if you grill burgers and hot dogs more then grill tends to last longer then other type of meat like carne asada and stuff

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Text - OK last thing l'm gonna say here. You're getting a great deal on a well used grill. If you want to pick it up let me know. Let me sleep on it I might need it tom Yesterday 2:39 PM Man today is a mighty fine day to be grilling Text Message

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Totally Random Things People Remember From Childhood

Someone on AskReddit got a fun thread going about the totally random things that folks recall from childhood. Some of these might hit close to home. It’s funny how unexplainable memories stick with us as we grow older and continue on walking through life. 

Someone on AskReddit got a fun thread going about the totally random things that folks recall from childhood. Some of these might hit close to home. It’s funny how unexplainable memories stick with us as we grow older and continue on walking through life. 

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Text - clusterlove • 5h My mum trusted me to post a letter for her and I put it down a drain cos drain grills kinda look like a letter box

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Text - heystellaaa • 4h Someone my mom knew came over for a visit. Her son and I went outside to play. He accidentally rattled a bee's nest. They started swarming. He yelled "run for your life!" So I did. The last thing I remember was looking back while running away and seeing him punching the bees. I don't know who he was or what happened to him. My mom has no recollection of this.

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Text - Super_Kami_Jojo • 4h I once had a dream where a gorilla walked into my room, grabbed and casually ripped out my hair (it didn't hurt though), ate it, and then walked out. That's it. Has stuck with me for 20 years

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Text - OffbrandJelly • 6h I called a bulldozer a duck once

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Text - rainbowwws •6h When Shrek came out, Heinz released ketchup in bright green and purple

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Text - Box_O_Bunnies • 5h I remember laying in a play tent on my back with my legs crossed in the air, bobbing my foot, surrounded by stuffed animals, looking at a picture book pretending I could read. Either in preschool or kindergarten. It's a nice little calming flash of childhood that pops into my head every now and then.

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Text - WeebNoob • 4h I remember when the Yorkie bars were advertised as "Not for girls!" Forward-thinking, aren't they? When I was six I got really upset because I wanted one but they were not for girls but I took that literally because I was a kid. Nowadays, I eat Yorkies a lot purely out of spite because I have never forgotten the torment they caused me all those years ago. They taste great, tho.

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Text - hulagirlslovetoparty • 5h Bunny Man. Weird dude in a bunny suit used to roll up outside my elementary school on a custom bike, blaring creepy carnival music out of a portable record player (sped up, too, so the voices were high and warbled). It was a whole thing, parents were worried he was a pedophile and trying to groom or abduct a kid.

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Text - Jekas_ • 6h We were like 2 years old, in the kindergarten, and the teacher asked us if we drinked milk from the baby bottle or from the mug. Everybody answered but there was this guy who said "I drink from the glass.". I never forgot that moment for some reason... pretty random.

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Text - corollaquestion2019 • 4h I remember very vividly, one day, sitting at the lunch table with my second grade class. A kid down the table picked up his orange Juicy Juice juice box and said, "I can suck this baby down in two seconds flat!" He did. Reader, I married him (20 years later).

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Text - aaareed • 5h The time in first grade I called the teacher mom and then the whole class started laughing and I stood up and started crying and as soon as it got quiet I farted loudly :/

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Text - Yeahlprobablydidit • 6h I remember when I was 5 or 6 a guy from my neighborhood told me happy birthday. I responded "happy birthday to you too Tommy" then I ran away mortified that I had responded to his happy birthday with the same reply. I felt like such a putz. Plot twist it was his birthday too so my response surprised him. I had no idea.

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Text - bru53001 • 4h Remember my dad telling me "You're no longer 3,little boy" on my 4th birthday Remember me crying in 1st grade because I couldn't find my friend And perhaps the most cringy thing I remember is trying to pee in a bottle, then missing it and peeing all over the car.(I was 6)

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Text - jacqueluvsjakie • 4h I was in kindergarten and I had collected these huge nuts from a tree during recess. A girl across from me had a huge birthmark on her arm and I kept staring at it. She got upset at me and was about to tell the teacher. I said, "No please! Here, have a nut!" She smirked, gladly took the nut, and didn't tell on me.

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Text - Delica • 6h My mom had a friend over and they were hanging out on the back patio. My dad came and got me with a mischievous look on his face. He lit a smoke bomb and threw it out a 2nd story window so it landed in the grass, and we both giggled. The women didn't react at all, just "Huh, (dad) must have thrown that."

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Text - okimlom • 4h Back when I lived with my mother, I want to say I was 4 or 5 years old, I built a "paint roller" out of legos and I would go around the house "painting the walls".

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Text - ArsonistL • 4h I thought I could fly as a kid and thus proceeded to yeet off a staircase, only to tumble two flights down... And the weirdest part was that I didn't cry but started to laugh instead.

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Text - glitteronthetrails • 4h I had a sink fall on my head when I was 3 or 4. Was at an orange-themed home improvement store, wandered away from my parents while they were looking at vanities and saw a pretty porcelain sink on the second shelf. I tried to climb up to get a better look, grabbing the rim of the sink. Apparently it wasn't secured and already tilted at an angle, so the entire thing tipped over and took me down. I remember screaming on the floor with huge shards of porcelain around

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Text - ZeroJackOogie • 4h My 9th birthday was the best ever because when I got home from school my mom gave me my present which was the play doh barber shop. I don't know whyI remember that so vividly. It's not even the best gift l've ever been given.

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Text - TheWertiestWertt • 4h I was eating a bag of chocolate cookies and let one fall to the floor, an old lady that had just bought some saw me desperately try to reach it and offered one. I accepted and was about to eat it when my mom came out of absolutely nowhere and slapped it right out of my hand, scaring me shitless, turns out she thought it was the floor cookie. Nowadays she justifies it by saying "you shouldn't accept food from strangers"

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Text - Kant_win • 5h A girl in my 3rd grade class named Renee tried to kiss me and I literally spit in her face. Obviously this was super mean and I definitely regret it. Renee, if you're reading this I'm so sorry and if it makes you feel any better it wasn't you and I still don't know how to give or receive love and physical affection; this has caused me a lot of misery in my adult life

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Text - nocreamjustsugar • 5h I was 9 years old and created my first AOL IM account with the screen name "sugarbby9" since I liked the candy with the same name

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Text - GigaPhoton78 •6h Being on the backyard as the sun sets eating my dog's food. Also remember being playing on my PSP outside, seeing the battery low and running inside so I could keep playing it as it charged.

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Text - WaterMelonShowerCap • 4h The entire lyrics to pretty woman Between the ages 1 and 11/2 me and my dad would dance to this song and as i got older i would wander what this song is and why i know it. A year ago i watched the movie and finally realised where the song was from, although now i realised it was about a woman and not a goat.

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Text - SwedeLikesBanana • 4h I found a lost phone at school, I ran around the playground screaming "I FOUND A PHONE!"

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Text - hitj • 4h An old lady lived a few doors down from us. I have a memory of her feeding me butterscotch candies and telling me they were actually dog treats.

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Text - BuryMelnPitaChips • 4h The slang from my elementary school. We had something called "fiddies" which was like a do-over and I've never heard anyone not from my town say it.

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Text - quirkyunoriginalteen • 4h One time when I was 4 I caught a fish (at Lake Tahoe at the time) and ended up being so terrified of it ran into the forest screaming like a banshee. My mom has to chase me down so I didn't get lost in the forest like a dumbass

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Entitled Lady Wants Lamb For Free

Wow, apparently the other free food being offered was not enough. Nope, this entitled lady needed to have that lamb for free. Just reading through this exchange, one can pick up a feeling of hopelessness when it comes to reasoning with these kinds of people. 

It’s as if they’ve unconsciously devoted their time toward looking for a problem, wherever they can create one in the world. And when they’re met with acts of genuine helpfulness, they skim right over it, to make noise where no noise need be made. Oh well. 

Wow, apparently the other free food being offered was not enough. Nope, this entitled lady needed to have that lamb for free. Just reading through this exchange, one can pick up a feeling of hopelessness when it comes to reasoning with these kinds of people. 

It’s as if they’ve unconsciously devoted their time toward looking for a problem, wherever they can create one in the world. And when they’re met with acts of genuine helpfulness, they skim right over it, to make noise where no noise need be made. Oh well. 

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Text - 08:42 l 90% Vo) LTE2 1 uman.c... 08:00 to me Sent from ProtonMail mobile Hello s l've just got to know that you're the general secretary of Newwave STS NGO. I've put up a request last week about changing the free food menu. No ine likes to eat fish everyday. Also please buy a new blueberry extract sanatizer. The lon sanitizer is just pathetic. My husband doesn't like the smell. ...

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Text - A teth Really sorry for the problem you're facing. Please understand that these are tough times and fish provides almost all sorts of necessary nutrients. If you don't like fish there's a vegetarian option of potato and ladyfinger. Sorry we won't be able to change the menu if our free food menu. Show quoted text

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Text - 08:04 to me There has to be a limit of lying. Just yesterday I saw that a volunteer of your NGO was delivering packed chickens and vegetables to plot no. 19. It's just beside my apartment. Sent from ProtonMail mobile II

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Text - 3 all 2 l 90% | Vo)) 08:42 2 06 A Sorry. They were just delivering goods the old man living in plot 19 ordered. They paid for it. We're just volunteering so that the old and vulnerable don't have to come out and buy stuff. Show quoted text ...

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Text - 08:08 T to me v Oh! Then why can't you deliver something other than fish to me? Sent from ProtonMail mobile Original Message - Show quoted text

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Text - A Ma'am. The pack of fish and rice comes from the NG0 fund. We've limited means. We can't change our menu for one single person. But we're happy to help if you want to get something delivered. Just tell us what do you need and our volunteers will buy it for you. You can pay via Gpay. We'll also santize the product cover. II

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Text - all 2 ll 90% O Vo) 08:43 3 T Why do I need to pay if you're a NGO? My son and husband has been craving for some nice lamb. If you don't deliver lamb by tomorrow morning l'll have to register a complaint against your NGO. You can't charge money and then call it a NGO. Spend some more from the NGO fund. Sent from ProtonMail mobile ... ...

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Text - Jo.17 A Ma'am delivering goods for free is just a special service we're providing during the lockdown. We'll be happy to deliver the lamb for you but you'll have to pay for that. But the free food menu will not change. It will remain the same. Fish, rice, salad and curd. We're really sorry but we can't do better than this with the limited funds we've. Show quoted text

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Text - 08:18 T to Your NGO will be closed by tomorrow and get ready so spend the rest of your life in judicial custody. Sent from ProtonMail mobile II

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Tumblr Thread: Some People Are Born Metal

This fun Tumblr thread has people sharing their experiences with bullies that were trying to stir up a reaction from them. As it turns out, some people are just born into a state of existence that can’t be bothered to give a rip. Not reacting to someone’s intentionally rude behavior that was carried out strictly to get that rise out of you, might actually be the best way to get a rise out of them. That, or they’ll just wake up and have the moment of realizing that they have no idea why they did what they did in the first place. 

Check out some more fun and totally random gems from the minds of Tumblr over here.

This fun Tumblr thread has people sharing their experiences with bullies that were trying to stir up a reaction from them. As it turns out, some people are just born into a state of existence that can’t be bothered to give a rip. Not reacting to someone’s intentionally rude behavior that was carried out strictly to get that rise out of you, might actually be the best way to get a rise out of them. That, or they’ll just wake up and have the moment of realizing that they have no idea why they did what they did in the first place. 

Check out some more fun and totally random gems from the minds of Tumblr over here.

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Text - biggest-gaudiest-patronuses In 5th grade some boys hid my desk in the boys bathroom. I was confused when I got to school and it was missing, so I just sat on the floor and read my book until the teacher came in and made them put it back. I realize now they were trying to trick me into go into the boys bathroom, but no one actually told me that's where my desk was, and it didn't occur to me to ask.

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Text - Looking back I realize they had to make the effort to get to school early to move it, and I feel a tiny bit of regret for not reacting more. biggest-gaudiest-patronuses In 3rd grade Richard brought his new lacrosse set in for show in tell. the ball went missing during class time and at the end of the day we all had to check our bookbags to look for

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Text - it. I only glanced in mine (I just wanted to go home), but that evening I found it at the bottom of my bag. I was so scared of being blamed, I threw it into the neighbor's yard and never told anyone. I found out 2 years later that my bully Luke put it there to frame me, and he was still extremely frustrated I hadn't gotten caught.

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Text - I'm pretty sure Richard got a new ball. feral-renaissance-cat I had a crush on a boy I met in Kindergarten and made NO attempts to hide it because the people on TV were always telling each other when they liked each other. Didn't work as well

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Text - as l'd hope (i.e. didn't work AT ALL and no boy wanted to hang out with me ever after that), but that's not the point. Skip ahead to third grade. We had a new kid who was kind of a jerk. One day he asks me if I have a crush and I'm like, "Yeah, [Crush].

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Text - And?" Dude turns around and yells to my crush "Hey! She has a crush on you!" My crush just kinda sighs and is like, "Yeah. I know. Everyone knows. Thanks." So this guy was hoping to embarrass me in front of everyone but it completely backfired

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Text - because I lack the social filter necessary to feel ashamed of my base desires. darkhumourandfandoms One time in like kindergerden some kid stole my shoe and instead if reacting I just went the whole day barefoot. No one questioned it.

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Text - He got bored of no reaction and just dropped the shoe but by then I was too committed and continued to walk around barefoot. lycant-guy22 Some of yall grew up with a low base stat of "fucks given" * biggest-gaudiest-patronuses damn right we did

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Woman’s Family Criticizes Fiancé’s Income

This woman asked the people of Reddit whether or not she was in the wrong for threatening to ban her family from the wedding. Sounds like the family was being all kinds of toxic, and they were trashing her fiancé’s income. 

This woman asked the people of Reddit whether or not she was in the wrong for threatening to ban her family from the wedding. Sounds like the family was being all kinds of toxic, and they were trashing her fiancé’s income. 

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Text - Text - AITA for telling my family to stay out of me and my fiancé's financial agreement and that if they keep bothering me they can't come to the wedding Not the A-hole So my fiancé and I have a large wealth discrepancy. My grandparents gave me and my sister a large amount of money when they died, and I have a much higher paying job than him. He works just as hard as me, he just gets paid less.

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Text - Text - The way our finances work right now is I pay most of our day to day expenses but he gets me nice birthday and Christmas presents. Last Christmas he got me a really beautiful necklace that he wouldn't have been able to afford if I made him pay rent on the apartment. So he contributes just as much as he normally would if he paid rent, but this makes me feel better. The rent doesn't suddenly cost more because he lives here, I was paying it by myself anyway. My parents pestered me and

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Text - Text - I called them over Mother's Day, and they spent the whole time asking if I have started making my fiancé pay rent. I finally got sick of it and told them no, to butt out and if they kept pestering me about our personal finances that they couldn't come to the wedding. They had another meltdown and said that I was horrible for even bringing up the possibility that I wouldn't invite them to the wedding. Was that threat too far? My mom called me crying today apologizing and basically g

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Text - Text - QueenyVicky • 22h • Asshole Enthusiast [5] NTA why do they think it's okay for them to say things like you should break up with him but it's not okay for you to tell them they won't be invited to a wedding they clearly disapprove of? I wouldn't want someone who clearly isn't happy for me to be at my wedding either. If you're happy in that arrangement, they have absolutely NOTHING to say. horrible

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Text - Text - Slutty_Squirrel • 15h If you make so much more... have you thought about a percent system? If you make 80% of the income - you pay 80% of the bills.

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Text - Text - Remindme2000 • 20h Just the fact you believe a prenup means lack of trust concerns me. It actually protects you both. I somehow feel like your family may have mentioned them as well. I would sign a prenuptial agreement in a heartbeat. Anyone who would balk at one would make me very concerned.

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Text - Text - grumpierolddog • 16h |(f 50) was just divorced and I sure do wish I had a pre nup. I made more than him, in the end. We paid off his student loans, mine were done, I owned a house pre- marriage, he was renting. When divorcing, he got fifty percent of my cal strs teachers retirement and half of our 403 B's even though I put in 60 per cent. He was unemployed numerous times, and quit a job that would have given him the same type of retirement I had. I never saw what a drain he was. I

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Text - Text - Remindme2000 • 22h They are afraid you are being used for your money. Of course it isn't any of their business what you do with your money but I am sure you don't want to be blind to someone taking advantage of you either. Love CAN be blind. It maybe prudent to consider a prenup.

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Text - Text - ForgottenTroll • 22h • Partassipant [4] NTA. You spoke in anger, but your parents also did not butt out when you told them to.

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Text - Text - Rey16 • 22h • Asshole Enthusiast [8] NTA. Your financial arrangement isn't their business. Your fiancé contributes in other ways and that's what works for you. And to be honest, it sounds like part of you being much more well off than him is luck, you just happened to have grandparents that were well-off enough to leave you a large sum of money when they passed. That's something that could have easily been reversed.

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Text - Text - this_is_an_alaia• 20h • Asshole Aficionado [15] NAH your parents are concerned about you. From your comments you're not interested in signing anything that protects yourself so your family want to protect you. They're being pushy but it probably comes from a good place

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Text - Text - androidis4lyf • 15h • Partassipant [1] NAH. You're upset because, rightfully so, it is your business and it is your choice. However, I am imagining that your parents are coming from a place of love and fear for their daughter, which is a normal parental reaction. Your man is on a good wicket. He doesn't have to pay to live at that level of lifestyle. To be fair, I would consider a prenup, because love can be blind and partnerships can turn sour.

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Text - Text - ColorfulToes • 20h NTA It's NBD that you make more than him and cover most of the expenses, regardless of what your family thinks A prenup is a good idea, and it has nothing to do with trust. It's just planning, and it can be fair to both parties. More than half of marriages end in divorce, so you will be against the odds if you stay together. Debt is a big factor. In my state, debt is marital debt no matter who has it, so a spouse can rack up hundreds of thousands in secret debt,

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Text - Squish_the_android • 10h • Asshole Enthusiast [9] NAH. They're worried about you and I have a feeling that thier fears are legitimate. Don't be naive. Get a prenup.

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Text - Text - theshebeast2050 • 14h • Asshole Enthusiast [6] ESH Contributions arent always monetary. But you invited them into this by telling about about your finances. And his. I'm sure you're fiance doesn't feel good about this right now.

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Text - LayleyBean • 14h • Partassipant [1] NAH Family didn't realized realize/listen to your HARD BOUNDARY. You communicated in a way that made it clear it was a hard boundary. They apologized Problem solved. Well done.

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Text - Text - ErikaNaumann • 20h NAH They are worried your fiancé is using you for your money. In a previous comment you said you are 100% sure he isn't. Well this is a red flag itself. Never trust anyone 100%. Have you seen the divorce rates and how the usually end up for the person with more money? Yeah not good. No one gets married thinking about divorce and gold diggers, until shit hits the fan. I strongly suggest you read about prenups. I know you won't, and we are all just wasting time. Yo

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Text - Text - Horangi1987 • 20h NTA - And, I bet if we flipped the scenario and it was the man paying all the rent, no one would question it at all! I'm in the same scenario, I make 2x what my boyfriend does, and I pay our rent - we're a very happy couple, and I feel very secure knowing that heaven forbid something changed between us, I'm perfectly financially independent. It's Don't let your parents get to you - that is unnecessary stress and strife, and not the way you want to start your new l

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Text - andwhatofmywrath • 22h NTA!!! They did not respect your privacy and wishes until you brought up them possibly being unwelcome at your wedding.

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Text - Text - brazentory • 17h NTA. Financial arrangements are between the two of you. As long as you both are happy is all that matters. It's none of their business.

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Text - Text - 1999falcon • 16h NTA . I would be worried that if they come to the wedding they will be ungracious to your partner and his family but cross that bridge later. My wife earns more than me by multiples , we both work hard , she's smarter than me hence more money. We have been married 30 plus years , love each other and get along great . If it works for you your parents need to suck it up and let's face it if the genders were reversed it would not be such an issue.

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Text - Text - cirena • 16h NTA. If you give them this inch, they'll take the whole mile. If they want to come, they can behave like civilized adults and not the town gossip.

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Chad The Alpha Asks Man To Break Up With Girlfriend

Oh man, “Chad the Alpha” is on one. This conversation just stinks of delusions. Alpha bro reaches out to another dude and literally asks him to break up with his girlfriend, because he suspects that she’ll be happier with him. Yeah, okay, Chad. 

Oh man, “Chad the Alpha” is on one. This conversation just stinks of delusions. Alpha bro reaches out to another dude and literally asks him to break up with his girlfriend, because he suspects that she’ll be happier with him. Yeah, okay, Chad. 

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Text - Active now 12:47 PM Hey man, can I talk to you about I guess so what about her

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Text - I've been talking with her a lot and we've grown pretty close. I know you're her boyfriend and all but I was gonna politely ask if you could break up with her? I just really feel a connection to her and she would be happy with me That's funny because she told me you were creepy and constantly text her even when she doesn't reply. You need to stop talking to my girlfriend and get tf out of my dms

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Text - LOL You know she's just using that as an excuse because she'd rather tell you that then the truth, which is that she met a nice, charming alpha male You betas are all the same.

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Text - Wtf did you make her block me Tbh I should thank you I didn't even want that ugly whore anyway have fun with her though beta Double tap to like You're insane

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Former Flat-Earthers Moments Of Enlightenment

Someone on AskReddit got a fun thread going about the moments that former flat-earthers realized that the earth is indeed not flat. We love a good roundtable discussion involving newly enlightened flat-earthers. A strange bunch, but at least we get moments like this as a result. 

Someone on AskReddit got a fun thread going about the moments that former flat-earthers realized that the earth is indeed not flat. We love a good roundtable discussion involving newly enlightened flat-earthers. A strange bunch, but at least we get moments like this as a result. 

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Text - spacedandy1baby • 4h This will probably get buried but as someone who entertained but never fully believed the idea and went pretty deep down the rabbit hole it's time. On a flat earth map circling the north pole should be an extremely short trip while circling the south pole would be the longest route on the planet. The further south you get the further apart things should be and the longer trips would take. The flat earth map really falls apart there. Once they start arguing that time w

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Text - hasslesass • 5h S 1 Award Hey something I can finally answer! Not me but my good friend and room mate fell into the flat earth black hole while in university. Started out as a joke but then he just fell into it more and more. Eventually I challenged him to do an experiment to figure it out ourselves. We went to opposite ends of a big inlet - bay. He had calculated the supposed curvature of the earth and figured out that from the distance between us me at one end and him at the other we sh

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Text - Madrea_to_you • 4h My ex husband is a flat earther. Literally nothing you can say to him will make him think otherwise. Including that damn "fifteen degree drift." He acknowledges that he doesn't think like everybody else but insists that everybody else is wrong. I can't tell you the countless hours that I wasted in YouTube rabbit holes with him explaining the logistical ways the earth is flat, and that there is an ice wall encapsulating us to prevent the oceans from pouring over. They ar

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Text - CounterStreet • 7h 4 Awards I think I was about 3 when first saw a globe and had it explained to me.

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Text - _Nyarlethotep_• 7h 3 1 Award I doubt you'll find many, if any reformed flat earthers. For people like that who are so entrenched within their ideology, the flat earth isn't just something they believe, it's who they are. They have flat earth friends, listen to flat earth podcasts, watch flat earth YouTube, and wear flat earth clothes to their flat earth meetings. Even if deep down, someone like that had an epiphany and realized that they were wrong, imagine how hard it would be to reject

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Text - CaptHorney_Two • 4h I got a tattoo about a year ago. The guy was highly rated in tattoo and his photo realistic style was exactly what I was looking for to commemorate my mothers passing 20 years prior. While he is setting up, he puts on the tv and the first thing that comes on is a youtube channel about flat earth theories. What followed was the wildest 4 hours I have eve or had strapped into a chair with a man going at my arm with a device that stabs my skin hundreds of times per second

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Text - Geno_Breaker • 4h I think my favorite recorded Flat Earther interaction was when Elon Musk tweeted at the Flat Earth Society and asked them why they believed the Earth was flat when we could plainly see that Mars is round. They responded that unlike the Earth, Mars has been observed to be round.

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Text - Aslzglobal2 · 5h Ah finally a question perfect for me, I became a flat earther for quite a long time and it was still suprising that I realised that Flat earthers is just straight up Stupid, because for me, the fact that we see the earth flat ia because its an illusion of our eyes. (And yes I became a globe earther again and believed In the moon landing again) (Edit : fixed typo)

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Text - jigitafoo • 7h When i was 5 i thought the world was infinite like minecraft and where i could not see past, i just thought the chunks where still loading

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Text - TrungusMcTungus • 3h I have an acquaintance I met in the Navy, who joined specifically so he could see that the earth was flat while at sea. Every day he would chart the ships location, speed, heading, etc, a few times a day so he could make a map of their path. Ultimately he realized that the path the ship was taking would be impossible if the earth was flat, based on the distance they were travelling vs their speed. When he finally got skeptical of the earth being flat, his LPO went top

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Text - secretlyawolf • 7h Mountains, man. There is more to the world than an endless expanse of corn fields.

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Text - rokiiin • 3h I'm not a flat earther, but my ex was. He believed all conspiracy theories, no matter what evidence I showed him. My ex made me watch an hour long documentary in which in the last 3 minutes the man said the world is infact a Mobius strip and that's why no one falls off. I just looked at him after that documentary and could not take him seriously. We broke up soon afterwards.

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Text - MadEarthTheory • 8h 1 Award Round about the time I was at the round-about, I remember thinking, round here roundness is not just on the round-about but about being round. Having rounded down my choices and choosing the round Earth I instantly felt like a more rounded individual.

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Text - seaotter_toebeans • 3h My husband got trapped in a YouTube black hole of flat earth videos for awhile. Drove me up a wall. As of recently I discovered he changed his mind. His reasoning? He discovered the majority of flat earthers are Trumpers with extreme political views and who agree with trumps stupid logic. Husbands flat earth ideas died that day.

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Text - Hadrian_Haldol • 7h I think for flat-earthers it is less about proving the world is flat but more about to prove that there is a god. And in a certain way I get that you won't let this go. So in the end facts do not matter, I guess you could shoot a flat-earther to the moon and they would still find a way to explain that this was just a simulation or whatever.

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Text - AngryAnchovy • 5h Former flat earthers here. It was the horizon. A flat earth could never explain the horizon. It surrounds the observer and it is typically assumed to be a circle, which we know it's not a true circle, drawn on the surface of a slanted model of the earth. That's why the earth is really a triangle. #TriangleEarth

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Text - Aussie-Nerd • 6h I thought oceans were a myth, sort of. When I was a kid the largest body of water was a river I could swim across. When I eventually say the Pacific Ocean for the first time it scared the shit out of me.

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Text - Konjuga2 • 3h There is a flight from santiago (chile) to somewhere in australia. On the flat earth it is impossible to fly this route without stopping. Yet, there are several videos of people flying this route. You only need one thing to disprove your theory and yeah that changed my mind. People still called all the videos of this flight fake and stuff smh.

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Text - Nerdonic • 3h I'm not a flat earther, but I think it truly hit me the world was not flat when I flew from Toronto to Singapore in two different directions, both east and west. Before that, I have this concept that the earth is round and accepted it through the (overwhelming) evidence presented to me. Maybe we should get some flat earthers on some planes and throw them around the globe.

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Text - NervousBreakdown • 3h I'm expecting to read a lot of "someone made me see a doctor and they found a crayon up my nose poking my brain turning me into a moron. They removed the crayon and I also stopped chanting USA USA whenever I heard it."

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Text - actionyann • 5h I built a flying device to take picture of the other side of the disc. But I forgot to remove the camera cap, therefore I did not got any picture of the 4 elephants, and couldn't figure the sex of the turtle. What a disappointing waste of time!

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Vegans Called Fake Because They Feed Their Cat Meat

This one seems pretty cut and dried. Their friends seem a bit extreme and have a hard time understanding what cats eat. The decision to eat meat is one that causes bacon drama between fathers and daughters, and poor dietary information can lead to some really awkward situations like this woman who learned mayonnaise wasn’t vegan.

This one seems pretty cut and dried. Their friends seem a bit extreme and have a hard time understanding what cats eat. The decision to eat meat is one that causes bacon drama between fathers and daughters, and poor dietary information can lead to some really awkward situations like this woman who learned mayonnaise wasn’t vegan.

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Text - r/AmItheAsshole - Posted by u/edenflicka 16 hours ago 3 AITA for calling ourselves vegan? So we're both vegan and have been for years. Last year we got a beautiful cat who is the grand baby neither of our parents will ever have. She's obviously an obligate carnivore and we've been feeding her kibble and wet food. Unfortunately, where she came from wasn't a very good situation and she had horrible teeth when we rescued her. It's not come to a point where if she's painful she doesn't want t

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Text - We went on a website for rawfeeding animals and bought her some chicken necks and chicken hearts. According to the vet, this should encourage her to use her teeth as it smell "more appetising" than space nuggets. We've obviously been quite uncomfortable with this as it's raw meat in our otherwise vegan home but we'd do anything for our little gremlin so it's worth it. We've since had some friends over who were horrified when we got raw meat out and asked us if we weren't vegan and we said

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Text - They're now saying we're fake vegans and that we don't care about animal welfare if we're feeding her raw meat. We don't see the issue, as these are part of a chicken that humans wouldn't eat and we are following what our vet told us to keep our baby at optimal health. In our minds, these parts of already slaughtered animals would otherwise just be thrown away. This has created quite a bit of drama in our friend group as some people are now accusing us of being hypocrites while the other

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Text - Femalamalamaloid 17.4k points · 19 hours ago NTA NTA NTA! Cats are obligate carnivores as you rightly stated. Good for you, don't listen to your vegan friends, you are doing the best for your kitty

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Text - roseprincessbri Partassipant [1] 5.3k points 19 hours ago NTA And your "friends" are the type of people that make me hate most vegans. That's what she'd eat in the wild. Or mice or rabbits. You're amazing pet owners. BaddestPatsy Asshole Enthusiast [6] 1.7k points · 14 hours ago ISYK, this issue comes up in vegan communities from time to time and the vast majority of vegans support feeding cats meat. We don't tend to support breeding cats or any animals for profit and instead advocate res

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Text - Imightbemarzipan Partassipant [3] 2.4k points· 16 hours ago NTA. You do care about animal welfare. That's why you're taking care of your animal with food that she will actually eat that otherwise would've just been thrown away.

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Text - MarsNirgal Professor Emeritass [78] 1.7k points · 16 hours ago NTA. You're vegan because you can, your cat is not because she can't. Seems stupidly simply for me.

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Cursed Food Abominations That Make Tummies Squirm

There’s no excuse for these awful creations. Just looking at them is enough to make the stomach squirm. Yet at the same time, it’s strangely satisfying to look at these. Maybe, or maybe you took one look at these and that was enough internet for the day. 

There’s no excuse for these awful creations. Just looking at them is enough to make the stomach squirm. Yet at the same time, it’s strangely satisfying to look at these. Maybe, or maybe you took one look at these and that was enough internet for the day. 

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Orange

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Food

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Food - pepsi Ime

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Floor - HEINZ REAL MAYONNAISE

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Eyewear - Vsauce @tweetsauce corn dog

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Food - ILHEN CO ISL AVERY TABASCO SAUCE 5flort14 BRAN EST 18 MITE PEPPER AL4

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Dish

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Dish

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Finger - The four horsemen's sandwiches of apocalypse

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Dish

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Food - Junie B.Jones @_bornnfinee This how You keep a man ... TAKE NOTES HOES

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Human

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Dish

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Food

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Man Gives Himself Food Poisoning To Win Argument

People will go to extraordinary lengths to win arguments. In this case, we’re looking at a dude who was so committed to proving his point, that he gave himself food poisoning in the process. 

People will go to extraordinary lengths to win arguments. In this case, we’re looking at a dude who was so committed to proving his point, that he gave himself food poisoning in the process. 

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Text - r/tifu + Join u/evil-ex-girlfriend • 30d 2 1 1 1 1 F 1 3 1 1 2 1 TIFU by giving myself mild food poisoning to win a petty argument. Have you ever done a dumb thing out of spite? Buckle up. I have an ongoing zoodle infatuation because zoodles are a low-guilt sauce converyor belt to my mouth. I've stocked up on pasta sauce and I'm taking mealtimes SERIOUSLY. Nothing is wasted, leftovers are used, end of story. So a couple days ago when my boyfriend, let's call him David, found an open bottl

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Text - David: "This has to go in the fridge. It's probably no good now." Me, not openly questioning my partner's judgement, but also knowing that he does not count the forehead as part of the face so I cannot put blind faith in everything he says: "It will be fine. I opened it, like, yesterday. Or, two days ago." David: "It should have been refrigerated. I really don't think you should eat this." Now, I've watched David put sesame oil in the fridge. He thinks soy sauce belongs in the fridge. We

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Text - The vodka sauce goes into the fridge instead of the trash. Cut to yesterday night, where I have already eaten dinner but I am an emotional binge eater and I had to fill the sad with food, you know how it goes. What will make the sad go away? Zoodles with the opened Vodka sauce. It was only until after I had made everything did I notice the perfect, circular fluff of mold growing on the lid of the sauce jar. But it's only on the lid, right? If I tell David about this, while he would never

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Text - It's fine. The food is fine, I think as I eat it. I tell myself that it doesn't taste off in the way that you tell yourself that vegetarian sausage tastes like the real thing. The vodka sauce quietly goes into the garbage. Cut to midnight, where we are watching a movie. Things are feeling off in my stomach, and there's some major gurgling going on. Then there's a shift, and pain explodes through the red carpet of my intestines for a good long while until I have no choice but to explain to

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Text - David does not say "I told you so", but I know he is secretly balancing the checkbook of arguments he's won. He rubs my belly while I cry. I love him. It's now 3AM and I've been farting for what feels like my entire life? Once upon a time, I had a life and a job and could go outside, and nowI have no life and no job and my knees are at ear-level while l'm on the john, seranading my septic system with a cacophony of rich bass and tenor farts. I'm sweating harder than I do when I work out.

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Text - shouldn't have died on. Don't be like me, kids. Tl;dr: I gave myself food poisoning and turned myself into an ass trumpet to win an argument. Lost the argument anyway.

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