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Karen Loses Her Damn Mind, Her Husband Loses His Business

This incredibly rude Karen tangled with a customer service manager who had the authority to terminate her and her husband's lease. When she lost her mind, they lost their lease and their business instead.
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A story about cruel parents who sell their son's cat on Facebook Marketplace behind his back

Cruel Parents Sell Son's Pet Cat Behind His Back

So evil
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Brutal Times People Owned Themselves Just To Take People Down With Them

Kamikaze by words
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pettyrevenge | "The owner shows up to see how we’re doing while we have the dog on the porch. We make some small talk, and he mentions that we didn’t indicate we were bringing a dog."

'We didn’t indicate we were bringing a dog': Entitled Airbnb guest brings dog without telling host, is surprised when host leaves them a negative review

Almost universally we have a tendency to trust the narrative of the narrator when it comes to stories we see online. We seldom stop to pause and take a look at the other perspectives that the context offers us. When you're reading a story your favorite influencer or personality is telling about some aggressive Karen they met at a festival do you ever stop to think why that complete stranger took offense to them? Sure there are some wildly unhinged persons in this world who have the tendency to…
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People Remember The Worst Things Guests Have Ever Done In Their Home

The audacity
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Story about a worker who gets fired for saying no to boss when asked to come in for a shift he wasn't scheduled for

Employee Gets Fired For Refusing to Work When He Wasn't Scheduled

One of the best parts about being a salaried employee is that you don't get called in for random shifts on the weekend. At least I don't, but y'all stay safe out there. There's nothing worse than preparing for a nice long day of doing nothing than receiving a call from your manager. When I worked at a dog bakery, I was always the person saying “yes” to picking up this one girls shifts. If it sounds like I was being a pushover, it's because I was a pushover. For me, it was hard to leave money on…
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Internet Explorers Reminisce on All the Quirky Online Crazes That Have Been Forgotten

Ah, nostalgia
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A compilation of funny memes about programming and coding.

The Funniest Programming Memes of the Week (November 6, 2022)

Have you all heard the drama regarding Elon Musk firing programmers at Twitter? It is honestly so stupid I couldn't even believe what I was reading. For legal reasons, this is all alleged, but ALLEGEDLY, Elon Musk has ranked the programmers at Twitter based on the number of lines of code they wrote in the past year and fired those at the bottom of that list. So basically, Musk fired all of the programmers who fixed the buggy code and kept all of the programmers who wrote said buggy code. Such m…
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A story about a crazy Karen who gets angry at a mother for explaining pregnancy to her young son

Delusional Karen Scolds Mother For Explaining Pregnancy To Her Son

Sex Education is one of those topics that some people have a challenging time breaching with their kids. My parents were never the kind of people to try to tell me some hogwash about a stork and a baby; They were not in the business of baloney. I don't remember the exact moment when I realized what sex was because it was more of a gradual conversation throughout many years and, therefore, not so shocking to me. The one thing I do remember about our most memorable birds and the bees talk is that…
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A Reddit story about a horrible boss daring his employee to quit because he spends too much time on hobbies, he quits and pursues his hobby sucessfully

Rude Boss Tells Worker To Quit Because He Spends Too Much Time On Hobbies; Employee Listens And Pursues His Hobby

It's usually not easy to pursue your hobbies as a career. Most hobbies are hobbies for a reason, and that reason is that they're more fun to do than your job. Often, people work years and years to ever financially get into a position where they can leave their day job in pursuit of their hobbies. However, sometimes you get a golden opportunity to switch careers that you can't pass up. For Redditor u/the_anecdotist135 , this didn't come in the form of a competitive job offer or even a concrete o…
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A Reddit thread discussing how poor PTO in the United States is

Workers Discuss The Dismal State of Paid Time Off in America

We spend the majority of our lives working and rarely get time off. Once the period of our life where we get summer vacation is over, the era of having long stretches of carefree time with little to no responsibilities rarely happens again. There's something so valuable about having time to rest and relax without having the pressure to be “productive” constantly hanging over our head
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37-Year-Old Aspiring Twitch Streamer Calls Fiancé ‘Selfish’ for Refusing to Buy Pricey Gaming Laptop

We should all be supportive of our partners' career choices…within reason. When u/Content_Profession63 's fiancé quit his job to become a professional Twitch streamer, she encouraged him to follow his passion and even agreed to financially support the both of them with her online business. Seven months later, OP's fiancé was doing plenty of gaming, but still hadn't even gotten around to creating a Twitch account. OP's tolerance for BS finally waned when her fiancé asked her for an expensive gam…
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A story on Reddit about a nurse who maliciously complies when she's forced to work sick

Hospital Forces Nurse To Work While Sick With Food Poisoning, Malicious Compliance Ensues

Perfect attendance awards in school are a very tricky beast. There were definitely years in school where I never missed a day, and I was encouraged by my family and teachers to be proud of that. However, I didn't have perfect attendance in 2nd grade because I was particularly special or gifted. I only had perfect attendance because I was lucky. I didn't get sick, and no external factors kept me from school for those days. I accomplished nothing substantial, and yet I got praised for it. Concept…
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A Reddit story about a teacher who tried to get a child to change out of a leotard because it was deemed "inappropriate"

Creepy Teacher Tries To Make Student Change His Halloween Costume, Mom Stands Up To Her

There is nothing more humiliating in school than being dress coded. I remember being dress-coded by a teacher I once thought was my friend: the middle school theatre teacher. I soon learned that he was nothing of the sort. He made me change from simple black leggings into sweatpants from the 90s, and I was horrified. I don't know what changed in him, but one day he snapped and started ranting about the importance of the dress code and how we need to “dress our age.”
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A compilation of funny memes about anime

Anime Memes That Are Anime-zing

I know this might be a cold take colder than the arctic, but I love how food looks in anime. Something about the lighting, the preparation, and the overall food vibes in anime put me at ease. I'd say that the unique aesthetic of anime shows and movies are some of the driving forces that draw people, particularly Americans, to them. After all, adult animation made in the United States can be so ugly. I mean, have you seen Big Mouth? Oftentimes, American showrunners and animators care a lot less…
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Weird Stepdad Thinks Wife's 16-Year-Old Daughter Should Pay for Everything Herself

It's good to teach kids about financial responsibility throughout their lives, but forcing them to buy everything themselves is not the way to do that. One redditor opened up about her spiteful husband, who seems to think it's totally fine to make her 16-year-old daughter feel guilt-ridden every time she wants something. Because the teenager has a part-time job, her stepdad will apparently say “you have money, buy it yourself” anytime she asks for something. When the girl's mom asked Reddit if…
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