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Petty Revenge Tale: Sapphires Enrage Karen

Dave is obviously a very smart man. But with that being said, just picture the scenario of Karen suing. Judge could sure have a nice laugh out of that one. 

A funny petty revenge story about how sapphires aren't a Karen's best friend | r/pettyrevenge u/rosexknight Sapphires aren't Karen's best friend. Not my story but my cousin's. Let's call him Dave. So Dave (34M dating Karen really long time (like 4 years) and earlier this year he finally proposed. Now, Karen bit gold digger and very entitled person. She bit white trailer trash but fancied herself rich lady. She VERY vocal all other women family about she wanted traditional diamond ring
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Mad Lads Who Blazed Their Own Trail

Life has all this boring convention and expectation to it. That's why mad lads who play by their own rules can be such a refreshing change. The mad lads of the world are out doing shenanigans, subverting the world's expectations, and going the extra mile for their own ridiculous ends. It's all about those mad lads who play the game their way.

funny mad lad memes of people doing pranks, shenanigans and absurd things. | My brothers ex had been stealing our Netflix past two months now by disguising her account as "settings" and honestly ain't even mad just really disappointed myself actually believing an account named "settings" would legitimately be Netflix | Hi David wanted reach out following this morning's class really appreciated contributions our discussion, but felt should follow up with noticed during class appeared consume an
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Times Students' Parents Obviously Did Their Work

Sometimes people think it's the students that ae the most challenging part of a teacher's job. That's only true most of the time. It can actually be the parents trying to interfere too much with their kid's education. Sometimes a teacher can just look at a finished project and go, "looks like dad did a great job." Sometimes it goes the other way. Sometimes teachers have no faith in students but they succeed anyway, like this student who won an art contest to spite their rude teacher.

Stories of times parents obviously did their kid's school projects | Departure_Jaded 689 points 11 hours ago His dad accidentally wrote his own name on paper tortured kid week by calling him by his dad's name. Ah good times.
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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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Worst Ways Adults Were Embarrassed By Children

There's no denying the fact that many children don't seem to possess filters. This can manifest in hilarious scenarios where you have kids unintentionally embarrassing their parents or other adults in the room beyond belief. You might've fallen victim to such an occurrence yourself at one point or another. Check out some more examples of kids being weird and dumb over here

A collection of the worst ways that kids ended up embarrassing children.
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Kid Goes Nuclear On Dad In Monopoly

Anyone who has ever played a game of Monopoly with their family knows firsthand how wildly competitive those games can end up being. Tempers can flare up and soar through the roof. Tears can be spilt. Grudges can be created. Monopoly is just one of those games that manages to bring out the very worst in people. With that being said, this kid's brutal blow to his dad during their game of Monopoly is the stuff of legends. Don't think dad will be talking to them for a while. 

Kid ends up going nuclear on his dad during a game of Monopoly | r/tifu Join u/SqueakyCleanNoseDown 15h TIFU by using nuclear option game monopoly. M four player family game Monopoly. My brother, our parents and were playing, and wasn't doing well wasn't bankrupt or heavily mortgaged yet, but could tell if something drastic didn't change next 3 turns or so toast didn't have any monopolies, but did have couple 2 out 3 properties (New York and St. James being standouts) and couple scattered here
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Guy Outwits Inconsiderate Roommate With Pavlovian Method

Now that's a beautifully executed pro revenge. The guy managed to bring on his roommate's downfall, without the roommate even having any idea about how that happened in the first place. For some more juicy roommate drama check out this revenge story about a stealing roommate who got their clothes dyed for free.

Guy ends up outwitting his inconsiderate roommate by using the pavlovian method | r/ProRevenge u/nitsirtriscuit 1y Join Roommate lacks will get up on his own see lot hot blooded revenge stories lately where huge shit storms get stirred up and someone gets fired or arrested. My story is cold blooded revenge, where very small and deliberate action makes my victim lose out. My first semester at college had roommate who pain butt. He made up Honor Code rules tell us weren't allowed watch movies or
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Clever Comebacks That Deserve Gold Stars

Uh oh, we're back at it again with a fresh round of spicy, clever comebacks that just nailed it. As long as the world's had social media, we've had people butting heads online over the most trivial of matters. Well, there are the trivial matters, and then there are the careless, impossibly foolish human beings of the world that really had it coming all along. 

A collection of comebacks that were too clever for their own good | They think haircuts are un-American Well very observant them because aren't American, actually The Beatles | Boomers: Why are there holes jeans rip those yourself? Gen Z: Why are there holes ozone rip those yourself? Millennials: laughing Leo Dicaprio
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Boss Denies Employee's Necessary PC Upgrade, Malicious Compliance Ensues

It's funny how that works out. Sometimes the people who truly aren't the tech savvy ones assume that they know everything about how the technology is supposed to work. In this case though, it's nice to see that the boss didn't end up being a total monster, and if anything, by the ending it was nothing but nice wholesome vibes. 

Boss rejects employee's PC upgrade request, so the employee maliciously complies | r/MaliciousCompliance Join u/Rhelyk 11h Won't get much needed PC upgrade properly do my job? OK make watch work XL run parts room at an independently owned auto body collision repair shop call owners Mr and Mrs Bossman do mostly insurance repairs and always have between 20 and 50 vehicles on-property various states repair, depending on busy are. Once estimate specific vehicle is approved my job is primarily order
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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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Forbidden Foods To Avoid At All Costs

There are way too many things in this world that look like food, but absolutely aren't. Get someone just hungry enough, and their brain will start to play all kinds of nasty tricks on them. These forbidden foods might stir up a very confusing appetite in you. 

A collection of things that look like food, but definitely aren't | put an orange on my cat and now he looks like an egg | wood cut into slabs that look like bacon strips
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