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Lazy, Shameless, And Obviously Dishonest Excuses

The world seems as if it's never going to run out of people trying to pawn off their hastily woven lies on other folks that they assume won't see right through their game. Maybe you've personally fielded one of these outlandish, transparently fictional excuses. If you find yourself dealing with one, it's up to you on whether or not you're going to call the liar out. The thing about calling the world's liars out is that they have a tendency to get very, very defensive. So, definitely tread lightly. Check out some more of the most obvious lies that people ever told over here

A collection of the most blatantly dishonest excuses that people have encountered.
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People's Worst Nightmare Neighbor Conflict Stories

You just never know who you might end up living next to. Moving into a new place is a stressful enough process as it is, but when you factor in the distinct possibility that you could end up living next to a monster who literally makes a mission out of destroying your garden's tomatoes, or being as loud as possible despite your complaints....the stress sweats can start. This AskReddit thread has people sharing the very worst of their nightmare neighbor conflict stories. 

People describe their worst nightmare neighbor conflict tales. | GaryBuseyWithRabies 12h My house is one few has driveway. Everyone else used on street parking few neighbors like park their cars front my house snows so town plows will get front their house plows leave an extra five feet snow front my driveway. They also park directly across my driveway so 's even harder get out.
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Guy Adds Tinder Girl On Snapchat, Lives To Regret It

Those location services will get you. This guy certainly learned an unfortunate life lesson. All in all, this is actually terrifying. Glad that his mom was around to handle the situation. 

Guy lives to regret adding a girl from Tinder on Snapchat | r/tifu Join u/Fazza3107 •6d TIFU By adding girl Tinder on Snapchat. M starters this happened about week ago, lockdown has been very boring many so 18M my ultimate world wisdom decided give good ol' Tinder try an average morning and got match with let's call her Sandra. By about 2pm had been talking back and forth before she ultimately asks my Snapchat which albeit stupidly, complied. Time
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Sister-In-Law Makes Bride Cry, Gets Booted From Wedding

This guy asked the folks of Reddit whether or not he was in the wrong for booting a sister-in-law who seemed hellbent on stealing the show from the actual bride on her wedding day. There are certain lines that people just can't cross on the big wedding day. The day is already dramatic and tense enough without people acting like senseless, selfish human beings. Seems like this family did the only thing they could do to salvage the wedding, and spare the bride any avoidable tears when she was literally walking down the aisle. 

Sister-in-law makes the bride cry, so she gets booted from the wedding | AITA Kicking My Sister--law Out My Wedding? So my now sister--law has been pain my now wifes' ass very long time. She is always trying one up" her every way possible have also heard lot stories where she has done some pretty messed up stuff my wife, including skinny dipping with her ex while my wife and him were still together, Lying and saying liked her first highschool) which is completely untrue just break us up, and
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Strangest Occurrences People Can't Logically Explain

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the weirdest things that happened to people that people simply can't logically explain. Sometimes you're out and about, going through your day's series of obligations, and then all of a sudden you witness what basically feels like a "glitch in the matrix" moment. This universe is brimming with far more mysteries than we ever really stop to stew over. 

People describe the strangest things that happened to them that escape logic. | That_Weird_Girl_107 7h 1 Award hit patch black ice dark going 60mph down highway. At time drove 1 ton cargo van hit guard rail and flipped. Not only did walk away without scratch car drivable and only 30 min late work.
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Pettiest Reasons People Held Grudges

People's capacity for holding petty grudges is truly astounding. Sometimes you might completely unknowingly rub someone that you regularly cross paths with the wrong way, and ever since that unfortunate moment it's as if they've undertaken a lifelong personal vendetta against you. If you ever find yourself on the other end of a petty grudge it never hurts to try to smooth things over. With that being said though, sometimes folks just refuse to let things go. 

A collection of the pettiest reasons that people ever held grudges. | SierraMikeHotel 19h My wife is still angry with over dream she had years ago which cheated on her with faceless woman. Seriously Reply 42
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Guy Bests Dodgy Travel Insurer To The Tune Of $9K

Everyone has their breaking point, and when some people hit theirs they decide to engineer and execute acts of professional revenge. Take the brother in this story for instance: he was fed up with a travel insurer that just wouldn't make things right on a rather staggeringly pricey trip. Well, he was certainly able to teach them a lesson. 

Guy ends up besting a dodgy travel insurer to the tune of over $9K.
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Mindless Things Said By Credit Card Customers

It's insights like these that lead us to believe with an unshakable doubt that there are people in this world that should absolutely not have credit cards. Seriously, the kinds of encounters that the folks working for banks have with the world's most impressively clueless human beings are enough to leave you speechless. For another post along a similar vein, check out the dumbest financial advice that people have ever received

A collection of the most mindless things that have been said by credit card customers.
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Basic Skills People Are Completely Terrible At

You've got to love an AskReddit thread that pays homage to those basic skills that people are for whatever reason, plain old terrible at. It's funny how life works out like that. Sometimes, we just end up falling through the cracks when it comes to picking up tidbits of common knowledge that we should really have known in the first place. Some people's brains just operate at a different frequency, where they might have no idea how to write in a legible manner, no matter how hard they tried and were pushed to do so throughout their schooling. It ain't nothing to be ashamed of. Or, perhaps you're someone who has an impossibly hard time maintaining the flow of a conversation on the phone.

I mean, now more than ever we're so dang conditioned to communicate through texts, Snapchats, memes, etc. that when it actually comes time to formulate some words, and comprehensible sentences in a dialogue, your mind can end up going helplessly blank. Or, maybe you're one of those people who can't whistle to save your life. Whistling's hard, and shout out to the people in this world that can manage to whistle a tune. While others, can't even get the thing going in the first place.

An AskReddit thread like this can serve as a powerful, humbling, if not inviting reminder that you're not alone in your pursuit toward picking up those life skills and knowledge that you know you should probably know, but just can't quite seem to get. Maybe you have friends and family that have lovingly tried to help you put the pieces together along the way. Hopefully, not the opposite, where you're faced with fielding banter and roasts from people that love to make a mockery of you not quite being able to get there.

The overriding point is that patience is key, and above all else, who really cares at the end of the day if you can't whistle or write out a letter/card that other people will be able to read? The truth is, nobody really cares. Maybe for a hot second they'll get hung up on it, have a good laugh, and give you a nice old fashioned hard time. But then, then you move onward, and maybe you find in yourself a newfound desire to take the time to actually master the very thing that up until this point has escaped your attention. That can certainly be a proactive, productive way to lead a life. The very things that can initially give us the most trouble, can somehow evolve to be our special skills later on down the road. It's like, life loves to test you, throw you off your rhythm for a sec, and ultimately see whether or not you're going to accept the challenge. Challenges can be fun. There's always a nice little dopamine rush waiting at the end of mastering that thing that gave you so much trouble at the onset. So, maybe this thread will give you new inspiration, or at the very least, it'll make you feel better about those skills you're currently lacking.

A collection of basic skills that people are completely terrible at.
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Total Downsides About Being An Adult

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the various downsides of being an adult that teenagers don't realize. It's funny, when we're younger we can give ourselves over to this notion that when we grow up everything's going to be a whole lot better; but then you get there, and it's just a new world of unforeseen responsibilities. Suddenly, you find yourself craving the days of your youth when all you had to worry about was getting to bed at a reasonable time for school the next morning. If that. 

People describe various downsides to being an adult in an AskReddit thread | soundecember Award ordering food is actually expensive and parents weren't lying
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Lying Karen Uses Old Employer As Reference, Backfires Terribly

Talk about some pathological lying. This Karen sounds like just a bit of a nightmare to end up working with. And after she gets herself fired from her old job she has the audacity to list her old employer (that she screwed over) as a reference? Someone's got to give Karen the reality check moment that not showing up to work has consequences, and her ridiculous storytelling is completely transparent. Check out some more juicy Karen content with this story about how a bridezilla Karen ended up looking like a pauper at her own wedding.

karen story former employee | r/MaliciousCompliance Join u/SumoNinja17 218d New hire misses MOST first three weeks work, then uses as reference L TL:DR neighbor/Karen takes advantage our company with outrageous claims, then uses us as reference get our point across with creative wording. Karen continues use us reference and clueless protected fellow business owners Let's call her Karen, just because fits. She came and applied job and looked at her resume and application realized she knew some
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Package Thief Steals Gifts, Gets Glittered, Then Gets Evicted

This isn't the first glorious tale that we've encountered involving a package thief getting a well deserved glitter surprise. This particular cascade of events ultimately results in the package thief getting evicted because the glitter ended up being sufficient proof that they were out there stealing people's stuff. Just don't be a thief. 

Package thief steals gifts intended for other people, gets glittered, that results in their eviction | r/pettyrevenge u/brigittefires Steal my stuff? Get glittered lived an apartment building. As member local free gifting community put gifts out on regular basis people pick up had massive front porch building had plenty space put an entire living room set by front corner and still move furniture /out comfortably. Nothing resembling tight squeeze made appointments with people pick up
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Times People Questioned Their Own Intelligence

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the most impressively dumb things people did that inspired them to question their own intelligence. Sometimes you lead a life where you worked 10 years in a kitchen, and still end up trying to microwave a saucepan. Or maybe you find yourself mindlessly blaring your car horn at the guy who you already knew was deaf, but somehow forgot because your brain decided to take a catnap. We've all been there caught up in the middle of an impressively mindless moment, at some point in our lives. 

A collection of dumb things people did that made them question their own intelligence | pollypostmormon 2y sitting traffic, and noticed all other lanes were moving while mine hadn't budged an inch craned my neck trying see hold up and finally figured out wasn't lane at all, but had been patiently waiting behind line parked cars.
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Landowner Doesn't Understand Property Lines, Gets Resolved British Style

Honestly, they got lucky. Years long feuds have gone down over something like this. Could've shaken out a whole lot worse. 

Landowner doesn't understand where property lines are, and it ends up getting resolved British style | r/tifu u/pocketfullofuranium TIFU by not knowing where my property lines are M bought new house January mostly because outdoor space fell love with England, gardens can be quite small and sunshine limited so generally only get sun morning or afternoon depending on which way house faces. So this house, with its glorious, huge garden wraps around gem find house has needed some work and
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Girl Tries To Blackmail Tenant, Ends Up Paying Thousands

Man, we're not even sure who is worse in this equation: Wendy or the scumbag property management company. They let that place devolve into a complete mess of a housing situation. At least Wendy learned her lesson in the value of playing nice with everyone, and not doing something terrible like trying to scam a tenant out of thousands of dollars. 

Girl tries to scam tenant out of rent money, and ends up paying thousands | r/ProRevenge u/Infinite_Number 1d Join 1 1 1 1 Try scam out rent money? Have fun paying back six times amount, losing all friends, and getting exposed lies Obligatory "not sure if this qualifies as pro but is definitely step above petty ultimate result did give immense satisfaction see this girl try scam fail terribly, and have face financial, social, and legal consequences. tl;dr at end, since this is long one. This
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