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Professor Deducts 'Lateness' Points From Paper Submitted On Time

Let's be real: College sucks for a lot of reasons. The “Freshman Fifteen,” midterms and finals, essays that take you a million years to write and rewrite, only to rewrite again. I hated it all. But dealing with haughty, self-important professors may have been the absolute worst. I remember at University of Toronto, I had a professor who only assigned books he had written. This is a sure sign of a narcissist and someone who cares far more about their reputation and book sales than they do about…
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'She's become like a third parent to the kids': Douchey Dad Hires Nanny, Gets Annoyed When She Does Her Job

Privileged parenting at its worst
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People Discuss Things They Dislike More As They Get Older

Everything's much more annoying
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Spicy wikiHow Memes From the Geniuses of Reddit

We may have lost Yahoo Answers, but there are still places to find unintentionally hilarious stuff on the Internet. Quora is the obvious next best thing, but I think wikiHow gives 'em a run for their money. Quora seems to be filled mostly with a healthy combination of illiterates, nerds, and narcissists asking stupid questions and giving bad advice. wikiHow, on the other hand, is a place where “experts” give advice unprompted. And this advice is often, in turn, paired with some seriously weird…
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Wife Accuses Husband of Being "Unreasonable" Because He Doesn't Want to Name Their Baby "Novalynn," "Ryleigh," or "Caeleigh"

Millennials are killing the normal name industry, or at least so it seems. The weird names young parents give their kids have become bonafide memes at this point. I don't know if we'll ever get to a point where McKinsleigh will be considered a normal name by the majority of the population. At the same time, we felt the same way about the name Britney, and nobody bats an eye at that anymore. My favorite millennial naming convention is giving your baby an old lady's name. I know two babies named…
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People Share Funny Ways to Harmlessly Mess With People

Everyone loves a good prank.
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'I just feel like an afterthought' Guy Gets Invited to His Twin Brother’s Surprise Birthday Party

The funny thing about twins is that they share the same birthday. It's kind of a defining characteristic of being a twin. If you know one twin's birthday, it's nearly impossible to forget the other's. Which is exactly why u/_somethingorrather was extremely confused when he got invited to attend his twin brother's surprise birthday party. On top of that, they both share the same friend group, which makes it way weirder. OP wasn't the only confused one—close friends of the twins were baffled as t…
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Boss Learns Their Lesson After Forbidding Employee from Working from Home

Following orders
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People Share The Moments They Realized They Were Dating A Fool

There are a lot of things you have to gauge about a person on a date when you're meeting them for the first time. First of all, are they a murderer? This is a surprisingly difficult question from vibes alone, so in the meantime, you can move on to other important questions. “Am I attracted to them?” “Do we have anything in common?” “Does speaking to them make me want to gauge my eyes out with a metal spoon?” These are classic first-date reflection questions we all have asked ourselves at some p…
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'Company got caught lowballing me': Director mistakenly CCs applicant on shady post-interview email

Interviewing for jobs can be such a thankless experience. In this day and age, it's almost guaranteed that hundreds of people are applying for the same gig that you are - and if you know anything about statistics and probability, the odds are (generally) not in your favor. Unless you're a nepotism baby, of course. But for the rest of us, it's hard knowing you might not be a company's top pick, or even their third, for that matter. But the last thing you want is to actually witness a conversatio…
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Company Promises Permanent Work-From-Home Option Then Threatens to Fire Anyone Who Won't Return to Office

*Surprised Pikachu face*
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CEO Asks Employees To Donate Their PTO To Loyal 17-Year Employee

Why can't he...nevermind
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Redditors Discuss The Qualities of People Who Peaked in High School

I have the type of anxiety that makes me worried that I peaked in high school , even though I know I had a horrible time. My high school years had some positive moments, but my life got exponentially better once I graduated and moved far away from anyone I knew. There are some moments from high school I still think about, like my Senior prom , which was almost Carrie -esque in how traumatic it was, but that's a story for another day. Five years out from high school, I'm sitting pretty, knowing…
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'You can just leave your wheelchair there': Wheelchair User Schools Theme Park Employee on Casual Ableism With Malicious Compliance

Simple yet effective
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Male Karen Refuses Help From Female Tech Support, Malicious Compliance Ensues

He got exactly what he asked for
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Questionable Posts From Parents Who Probably Shouldn't Have Children

These people are nuts
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