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Boss Throws Temper Tantrum After Employee 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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Clever Cuss-Free Insults From the Poets of Reddit

A good insult is a beautiful thing, and anyone who has spent some time on Reddit knows that many patrons of the infamous website understand the art of the roast. One user recently asked the people of Reddit to share their favorite cuss word-free insults, and boy did r/AskReddit deliver. We've put together a collection of some of our favorite rude remarks from the entertaining thread.
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Facepalm-Filled Moments From the Stupider 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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Happy Couple Horrifies Reddit by Forcing Guests to Take Part in Puppet-Themed Wedding

Kermit and Miss Piggy they ain't
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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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Satisfying 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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Rebellious Mad Lads Who Woke Up and Chose Chaos

Mad lads don't give a flying frick about society's rules. A true mad lad marches to the beat of their own drum. A mad lad looks for prohibition signs just so they can disobey them. A mad lad rarely complies, and when they do, they comply maliciously. We've collected a bunch of entertaining examples of mad lads who can't be reigned in.
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Manager Blows Up After Three Employees Hand In Notice On Same Day, Encourages Fourth To Quit

Deranged
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Worker Responds to Boss' Tone-Deaf Messages With Memes, Gets Suspended

Imagine working your butt off in the hope that the extra effort might lead to adequate compensation, and then management decides to “show appreciation” with a pizza party or an e-card with clipart of a cake on it that says “great job.” To all the bosses out there, if you're reading this, listen up: a pizza party or a cool backpack just doesn't cut it in this economy. The best way to express appreciation for your employees is to adequately pay them. And when the inflation rate is
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Medical Insurance Insists on Direct Billing for Dude's Surgery, Gets Hit With More Expensive Bill

Their choice!
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People Discuss the 'Conspiracy Theories' They Actually Believe

There are some pretty bonkers conspiracy theories out there that are only convincing if you're stoned enough, but unless you're living in blissful ignorance, there are probably more than a few things you're a little skeptical about. In a recent r/AskReddit thread about plausible conspiracy theories, incredulous people discuss all the things they're particularly suspicious about, like dollar slice places in New York (are they a money laundering front?) and memes about movies and TV shows (are the
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Dad stands up for trans son after sister deadnames at wedding

Single Father Ditches Sister's Wedding After She Repeatedly Deadnames His Trans Son

As trans visibility increases, one would think that the reception for people coming out as trans would be a little less negative. I've found that my trans friends have been met with loads of understanding and support after coming out. Unfortunately, it's not always easy for families of trans people to afford the same grace. While in the worst-case scenarios, trans people are abandoned or even attacked by their close-minded families, indifference or selective acceptance can be almost as damaging…
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People Reminisce About Things That Were Normal in the '90s But Are Now Obsolete

As a millennial born in the late 1980's, I had the pleasure of witnessing some major cultural shifts, the most prominent being the advent of the Internet. While my early childhood was internet-free, as I got older I was introduced to both the wonders and horrors of the world wide web. And at first, I had to use dial-up internet to enjoy them. The haunting sound of dial-up internet booting up (and the anticipation that came with it) is just one of the many joys kids these days will never underst…
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Employee Exposes Shady Boss Who Cheated Workers Out of Secret Benefit for Years

If you haven't noticed, there's an epidemic of horrible bosses scamming their employees out of benefits, wages, and precious time. It's almost as if the managerial class as a whole is incentivized to rip off the working class as much as possible. How else is your boss supposed to become filthy rich? That money has to come from somewhere. Redditor u/ClubWag recently shared their infuriating tale of working for a lying, gaslighting boss who broke promises and cheated employees out of official pol…
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Cringey Instances Of Gratuitous Gatekeeping

Dumb people who claim authority over everything
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Satisfying Times People Were Called Out For Their Blatant Lies

Despite our negative outlook and potent pessimism, there are actually things that we enjoy in this world. There's raindrops on roses, and whiskers on kittens. We're into bright copper kettles and warm, woolen mittens. We can really get behind brown paper packages tied up with string. But most of all, we love watching lying pieces of sh!t get called out for their bullshit. We love it when it happens to scummy lowlifes trying to trash local businesses (it's usually the owner of a competitor) as m…
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