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Funny Posts With Plot Twists and Unexpected Punchlines

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Entitled Boss Tries to Make Nanny Work Instead of Attending Sister's Wedding

Overworked Nanny Requests Time Off For Sister's Wedding, Entitled Boss Threatens to Fire Her

Taking time off, no matter what your job entails, is absolutely crucial for mental health and general wellbeing. But some employers either don't agree with that, or simply don't care. Such is the case of Redditor u/Nannyneedabreak, whose username kind of says it all. By her account, the twenty-two year old woman has been nannying two amazing kids, aged six and eight. And she's never taken any time off. Seven months ago, she decided to request time off for her sister's wedding this coming weeken…
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Manager Expects Employee to Work Off the Clock, Gets Big Overtime Request Instead

Always send work emails on company time.
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Most Relatable Workplace Fails and Memes We’ve Seen This Week (October 31, 2022)

Most Relatable Workplace Fails and Memes We’ve Seen This Week (October 31, 2022)

Tired of being tired, but awake enough to complain about being tired.
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Entitled Customer Complains About Being Shortchanged, Forfeits Getting Extra

She played herself
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Some of the Funniest Ways to Harmlessly Mess With People

Everyone loves a good prank.
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Pilot Apparently Can’t Fly a Plane Unless Wife Irons Uniform for Him

Imagine refusing to go to school because your mom didn't have time to make your special sandwich. This is unacceptable behavior for a kid, let alone a full-grown adult. One disgruntled stay-at-home-mom asked Reddit if she was the a-hole for calling her pilot husband “insane” for ditching work to teach his wife a lesson after she didn't have time to iron his uniform. Commenters answered with a resounding “not the asshole.”
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Employees Report Boss’ Email as Scam After Being Forced to Watch 2-Hour Seminar on Phishing Scams

The only thing worse than getting your massive pile of work interrupted by one of those company-wide hours-long mandatory seminars is having to do the seminar twice. After completing one such seminar about how to spot an email phishing scam, one employee received an email from their “IT director” that included a link, which they foolishly clicked on—the email had been a phishing test. To this employees horror, they had to go through the whole 2-hour seminar all over again. The employee maliciou…
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Greedy Landlord Attempts To Exploit Tenant for Free Labor, Gets Owned

Slumlords are exploitative by nature, and in this lucky redditor's case, not very smart. After u/nopanicprepper experienced a series of plumbing issues in their home, they notified their absentee landlord , who refused to pay for any repairs. Instead, the landlord “allowed” OP to do the repairs since OP was an engineer. (How generous.) OP maliciously complied, and to the landlord's horror, sent over a hefty invoice for parts and labor. Keep scrolling for the whole story.
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Boss Throws Temper Tantrum After Worker Quits, Royally Screws Himself Over

Firing an employee right after they hand in their two weeks notice is probably the least professional thing a boss can do in that situation, and that's exactly what happened to redditor u/Brilliant-Parking359, whose boss ended up screwing himself over by firing his employee right after they quit. u/Brilliant-Parking359 still had the company truck in their possession, and bossman expected OP to drive three hours to deliver the truck even after he'd told OP to ‘f*** off.’ Needless to say, OP did…
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Answers To An r/AskReddit Question Wondering What Things Movie Consistently Get Incorrect

People Share Things That Movies Consistently Get Incorrect

Did you guys know that movies and TV…are not real? Crazy, I know. It can be shocking and even harrowing to discover that screenwriters do not actually know the 411 on the industries they write about. Whether it be Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., Law and Order, Law and Order SVU, or even Grey's Anatomy , I can practically guarantee you that none of the writers of those shows have ever been a cop, firefighter, or doctor. Because of this lack of industry overlap, there are countless discr…
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Facepalm-Filled Moments From the Stupidest Side of Humanity

I often wonder if social media is making people stupider or if it's just exposing the stupidity that was there all along. I'm inclined to believe the latter is true, but one thing is for sure—Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram aren't raising any IQs. And this isn't to say that I'm better than anyone else. On the contrary—I've posted some very dumb takes in my lifetime. Some of the dumbest. That's why I feel entitled speak bluntly on the matter. Humans may be the most intelligent species on the pla
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A Reddit AITA story about a pregnant maid of honor who gets banned from being photographed at her best friends wedding

Bridezilla Forbids Her Pregnant Maid of Honor From Being Photographed at Her Wedding

If there's one thing I've learned from Reddit's AITA posts, it's that it doesn't take a lot to make a lot of brides angry. The biggest taboos regarding weddings are actions that allegedly distract or take away from the bride . The two biggest wedding faux pas are wearing the wrong color dress (especially white) and getting proposed to during the reception. Now, these things, I can kind of understand. Personally, I can't imagine caring so much about a party that someone other than me getting att…
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Woman Divides Opinion With Skillful Revenge On Lazy Boyfriend

Throw the whole man out
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Thrilling Times Entitled Jerks Were Taxed for Their Rudeness

There's no shortage of people who strut around like the whole universe revolves around them, and those people are mad annoying (especially if you work in the service industry). But it can be pretty hilarious when someone is entitled to their own detriment, or when choosing beggars get taxed extra for their rudeness. For example, when I used to bartend back in the day, I enjoyed being generous to customers for no reason. It felt good to improve some random stranger's day with a free drink or sma…
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A Reddit story about a crazy boss who demands restaurant employees sign an NDA and not talk about their work for 25 years

Crazy Boss Makes Employees Sign an NDA Saying They Can't Speak About Their Job For 25 Years

One of life's greatest pleasures is being able to complain about a job you hate . If I wasn't able to tell my close friends and family about the annoying customers and often more annoying coworkers at my customer service jobs, then I don't know how I would be able to survive. Even when things weren't so bad at work, it's fun to share work stories. When I worked at a dog bakery, a customer told me she owned a dog funeral parlor. I was so taken aback that all I could say was, “I'm sorry" To that,…
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