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32 People Share Shady Secrets From Their Industries

It's no surprise that many professions cut corners and do some sketchy shit to make an extra buck or save themselves a hassle. Many businesses claim their wares are homemade when they're actually mass-produced, or in food, pre-prepared and frozen. Some places commit highway robbery by upcharging at a serious margin. These are some pretty widely accepted (albeit unfortunate) truths. But u/CircleBox2, in the name of demystification, asked redditors to share the darkest secrets from their industries. And some of them are shadier than we expected.

Askreddit thread about shady and sketchy secrets from various professions | hopefulcynicx 9h markup on glasses (specifically frames) is stupid ridiculous can buy frame 4, then turn around sell 160. Lenses too lenses cost us under $10 can easily be marked up 100 mean business is business but taking advantage people who can't see is sorta shitty lol Reply 950
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People Imagine What 2020 Would Look Like As A Cocktail

The interminable disappointment and disaster we humans have brought upon ourselves throughout history is certainly nothing new, but 2020 has been like a giant mirror reflecting our failure as a species back at us. As the global pandemic just keeps truckin' on into the new year, people are dealing with the darkness in different ways. We at Memebase look to those who use humor as a coping mechanism, because what else can we do but just laugh sometimes? One redditor had the same idea and asked Reddit what a hypothetical 2020-themed cocktail would look like if they ordered one in a bar. The answers are hilariously befitting and communicate how people feel about this cursed year with perfect simplicity. Take a look at some of the best answers from the thread. 

ask reddit, funny, 2020, quarantine, pandemic, funny comments, clever, witty reply, covid-19, alcohol, funny threads, reddit thread | r/AskReddit u/ggfchl go up bartender and tell him Make 2020 drink does he make? snowballer918 6h 14 Awards Pours everything 's spilled on bar mat into shot glass.
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20 Disappointed People Describe The Worst Birthday Gifts They Ever Received

While this thread may seem like "first world problems" to some of you, we found it to be pretty entertaining. Earlier today, Redditor u/sulemannkhan asked the r/AskReddit community to share the absolute worst birthday gifts they'd ever received. The people of Reddit complied, sharing tragic tales of callous re-gifting, second-hand hairbrushes, and for one lucky eighteen-year-old? A used Disney coloring book. If you've ever received a "dud" gift and had to bite your tongue and feign happiness, this gallery is for you.

funny askreddit thread about the worst birthday gifts people have ever received | JPO_5x5 11h 8 Awards 8 years old growing sunflowers with my mom one summer. My aunt decided get some fertilizer flowers my birtbday. On my birthday unwrapped my present and saw looked like tub vanilla ice cream, but opened there literal horse shit.
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AskReddit Thread For Naked Sleepers Strikes Comedy Gold

Some AskReddit threads are informative. They open peoples minds. They help to educate the ignorant, and heal the broken. Not this thread. This thread's greatest success is making us laugh out loud at our sad desks. This thread tackles the hard-hitting question of what naked sleepers would do when confronted with situations such as A) Fire and B) Burglary. It's not very deep. The question might even be unnecessary, but gosh darn if it ain't entertaining. 

Funny AskReddit thread about what naked people would do if they had to put out a fire or fend off a burglar | r/AskReddit posted by Nazamroth People who sleep naked is plan case fire or murderer? posted by sherminator19 Whip out my cocktail sausage make fire and/or burglar leave alone because guilt.
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Very Dumb Things People Once Believed

Humans aren't perfect. We make mistakes. We goof. And sometimes our gullible natures get the best of us. Redditor u/Vinyl_BunBuns provided us with ample proof of this gullibility yesterday with an especially entertaining r/AskReddit thread. They asked followers of the page to share the absolute dumbest things people have believed. And while some of the examples are a testament to pranksters and impressionable child-minds, others are a wonderful reminder that kids (and adults) have absolutely incredible imaginations. 

Funny and dumb things people used to believe, askreddit, funny memes | HappyGoLuckyBoy 23h 38 Awards dark meat and white meat come 2 different birds 12 they asked as they did each year at Thanksgiving, which kind meat wanted year said Dark meat, please but feel bad l'm only one who really eats and always have get an entire second Turkey just still teased about this day at 46 years old.
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Photographers Share Outlandish Requests From Entitled Influencers

The self-importance of influencers seems to have no end. Some influencers demand free hotel stays, others are more into free wedding photography, but one thing's for sure: they're incredibly entitled and suffer from serious delusions of grandeur. Today we got an extra large taste of this abhorrent attitude in the form of an r/AskReddit thread. U/peaches1687 asked the subreddit's photographers to share the most outrageous requests they've received from influencers. They (and people in other career sectors) were happy to oblige.

Funny AskReddit thread about the outlandish requests people have received from influencers | Photographers Reddit is most outrageous photo shoot request have received an Instagram influencer. Beet Poop" Some influencer promoting betanin beets as healthy diet. She want take images colored-change poop this is actually normal those can't process betanin
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