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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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Company Drags Mid-Level Applicant Through Arduous Seven-Part Interview Process

What's their damage?
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Worker Gets Fired for Not Being Able to Attend ‘Cleaning Party’ on 2 Hours’ Notice

At least they dodged a bullet
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Employee’s Blunt Answers to HR Survey Hits Home for Many Workers

Breaking news: employees want more money
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Reddit thread about a crazy recruiter harassing an applicant for requesting interview at "noon"

Ridiculous Recruiter Harasses Applicant For Requesting Interview at 'Noon'

It's very easy to tell when a job recruiter is scamming you. Typically, they'll use extremely unprofessional language right off the bat. Either that or they will be extremely unspecific about anything. No great job has come from a recruiter messaging you on LinkedIn “Hello. When can you interview.”
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The Dumbest Lies People Believed When They Were Kids

Kids believe the dumbest things
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Guy Snaps at Recently Divorced Sister for ‘Sexualizing Every Interaction’

'The things she has been saying have floored me.'
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Boss Demands Employee Only 'Bother' Them in Emergencies, Gets Schooled With Malicious Compliance

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Facepalm Moments From the Silly 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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Funny Posts From the Good Side of Redit

I will be honest with you: I have not always been the biggest fan of Reddit. When I was a teenager, I wrote it off as a place where nothing good happens. I thought that Reddit and 4chan had the same user base, and I wanted nothing to do with that kind of person. In college, I learned that Reddit could be an excellent tool for advertising things around campus. I even got in some beef with some dudes on my university subreddit for promoting my comedy group's show Catholic: The Musical.' Some midw…
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A Reddit story about a male Karen boomer father-in-law getting angry at his son-in-law for tipping at a resturant

Male Karen Berates Son-In Law For Tipping at a Restaurant

Anyone who has worked as a waiter knows that people who don't tip are the worst. In the United States, many waiters only get paid $2 hourly and, therefore, only survive on tips. Some restaurants don't even pay their servers an hourly wage. This is basically common knowledge at this point, so for most people, not tipping is simply out of the question. But there are always those people who get angry for the insistence that they tip. I find that these come from two camps. The first camp is Boomers…
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Teenager posts their working hours on Reddit, sparking discussion on child labor laws

Teen's Excessive Work Hours Sparks Discussion About Child Labor Laws

A Utah teenager recently went viral on Reddit for posting their schedule for their part-time job . They are expected to work 32 hours a week, including four 6-hour shifts directly after already going to school for 8 hours. I know there are probably a bunch of angry people reading this and thinking, “that's not very much work! If this teen would hike up their bootstraps, they would be able to work these hours and finish their homework with no issues.” In some cases, they might be right. When I w…
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Redditors Discuss Things That Have Mysteriously Disappeared

At some point in your life, you’ve probably asked yourself, “Oh, yeah. Whatever happened to that thing?” Whether that be random fads like fidget spinners or well-respected establishments such as Fudruckers, you’ve noticed that things just go away sometimes. Today, Redditor /u/musicmaniac247 posed this very question, “What eventually disappeared and no one noticed?” The Askreddit thread quickly blew up, garnering over 15 thousand replies. Whether good, bad, funny, or just kind of depressing, res…
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Doctors Share The Stupidest Lies Their Patients Have Ever Told Them

Don't lie to your doctor!
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Woman Develops Crush on Friend's Boyfriend, Decides to Confess to Her

Bad Friend 101
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Scummy dude asks for sympathy on Reddit after making crass joke and abandoning his girlfriend after their restaurant date

Dude Abandons Girlfriend At Restaurant After Upsetting Her With Misogynistic Joke

We love the r/AmITheAsshole subreddit. It's a brilliant place where people can cast judgment on others based on their actions, and while we enjoy every possible outcome, there's something extra satisfying about seeing clueless, entitled jerks taken down a notch by the people of Reddit. You know the type. They share their story expecting to be cleared of any possible wrongdoing, only to find out their shitty behavior has made them a lot of new Internet enemies. We don't see these posts as much a…
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