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Dumbest Things People Have Said In All Seriousness

There's nothing so discouraging and mystifying as someone who is completely off their rocker with pure dumbness, spewing off something that they think the rest of the world should take seriously. This AskReddit thread pays homage to the hopelessly lost souls that said unbelievably stupid stuff without having any idea that everyone else recognized what they were saying as plain old stupid. 

A collection of the dumbest things that people said in all seriousness. | AngryOrca1 There is no proof earth is round Reply
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Embarrassed Employee Caught By Boss Singing "Candy Shop" By 50 Cent In The Bathroom

This mortified employee thought they had the restroom to themselves, so they figured it'd be a solid time to belt out some "Candy Shop" by 50 Cent. Unfortunately, as it turned out their boss was in there too, and queue up the heart beating outside the chest in a flurry of panic moment. 

An employee gets caught by their boss singing "Candy Shop" by 50 Cent in the bathroom.
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Most Hypocritical Behavior People Witnessed

Someone on AskReddit fired up a thread about the most painfully hypocritical behavior that people ever witnessed. Few things in this life bring one's blood to a boil like witnessing someone do the very thing that they openly condemn everyone else for. It's a gross display of ignorance and pretty much some of the most unbecoming behavior that one can adopt. 

The most hypocritical behavior that people ever witnessed. | StandCroissant 2d 1 Award My girlfriend criticises always being on my phone yet is seemingly unaware much she is on hers.
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Man Repeatedly Bullies Insurance Company, Loses Everything

Anyone who has ever worked a customer service job will tell you that the gig is already hard enough without the Karens and other rude folks of the world going out of their way to make the day that much worse. This particular jerk sounds like he was going to keep being a toxic, belligerent hassle until someone served him up the reality check he needed. Oh boy, did everything come undone for this guy after that moment. 

Guy continually bullies insurance company, and ends up learning his lesson | r/ProRevenge Join u/draconian1429 NEVER bully insurance company, or lose franchise Hello all. Excuse any poor grammar or spelling on mobile. TLDR at bottom This story comes friend mine, Sarah, and has been building almost 5 years until all came crashing down over last week few things note before get into Sarah works at an insurance company, dealing with massive nationwide delivery company her company
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Truck Drivers' Spookiest Experiences

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about truck drivers' creepiest experiences from their time out on the road. Turns out if you spend enough time out on the road, you're bound to encounter some especially spooky phenomenon. 

Truck drivers share some of their creepiest experiences from time out on the road | I had driven maybe 30 miles out into the farm land when hail started bouncing off my truck, being a MS native I knew in July hail meant tornado. I pull off to the side (I'm in the middle of no where no lights to be seen no cars behind or infront of me) and start looking for the storm/ tornado I believe is approaching. I rolled the passenger window down and shined a bright flashlight off into the night. Nothing
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Craziest Excuses From Students That Ended Up Being True

Sometimes the truth is indeed stranger than fiction. This AskReddit thread pays homage to the absolute wildest excuses that ever came across teachers' desks from students. If anything it's threads like this that can once again awaken us to the reality that we never really know what's boiling underneath the surface of someone's otherwise, seemingly pleasant life. Whole lot of crazy stuff going on in this world. 

Craziest excuses from students that ended up being true. | kajigleta 11h Showed up late college final because his neighbor's apartment on fire. He smelled like fire smoke so gave him an extension on time limit.
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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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Knowledgable Boss Is Underestimated, Proceeds To Win Tech Support

We've seen our fair share of bosses that never should've been put in their places of power in the first place. With that being said, it's nothing short of deeply satisfying to see a boss show the rest of the world why they were given the reins like they were. This boss pulled off some straight up tech support magic, and left everyone else in speechless awe. Pretty awesome that she was able to extract that number in under 8 minutes. You don't even need to know what that means to appreciate the timely manner with which she pulled it off. 

A knowledgable boss is underestimated and proceeds to win tech support. | r/talesfromtechsupport u/syninthecity 17h sometimes need stroke 1 2 4 1 3 1 1 day my boss won Tech Support. Medium mostly lurk, but this..this boys, girls and enbie friends this story had be told. Some minor context do software support thing 's used by essentially everyone may go call with mom and pop running everything on an underpowered ancient SBS 11 multinational running ten thousand server instances their own cloud
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This Week's Fresh And Steamy Showers Thoughts To Contemplate (Top 17)

This week's top shower thoughts from Reddit's r/ShowerThoughts are real mind-blowers! All mind-blowers except for the R. Kelly one, we just really agree with it. What do you guys think? Which one really made you stop and realize, "Whoa. That's true."?

shower thoughts that make more sense than they should
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Small Things That Push People's Rage Through The Roof

Most everyone has that one button that when pushed, basically brings their blood to a boil instantaneously. Maybe some of these will hit painfully close to home. You might even find yourself grinding your teeth in frustration, halfway through reading this, without even realizing it. 

People describe the small things that enrage them to no end | ttcmzx 14h 2 Awards People blocking grocery aisles with zero spatial awareness Reply 3.0k
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Obnoxious Humble Brags From Righteous Folks

Humble brags are the bane of our collective existence. Nothing quite grinds one's gears like having to bear witness to someone proclaiming from their high horse that they have committed an act of profound, soul-stirring beauty. It's like, we get it...you're a good person. Sometimes, the best way to spread that charitable kindness is to do so from a place of humbleness. 

A collection of painfully obnoxious humble brags.
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Manager Fires Third Of Team, Expects Them To Work Harder, It Backfires

This certainly brings to mind the old saying about how people don't necessarily leave bad jobs, but instead they leave bad managers. One bad manager can completely upend an otherwise enjoyable gig. Just picturing the look on this manager's face by the end of these employees' time with the company is enough to get the laughs rolling. Dude must've been beside himself. 

Manager lays off a third of the team, expects remaining people to work harder, and it backfires | r/ProRevenge Join u/gaarmstrong318 1d 3 O1 S 1 2 Lay off third team and expect us work harder will see about So this happened sometime 2010's somewhere UK s all revealing worked medium sized PLC small team worked with sales department getting quotes had previously worked another team different department same company as well. This also includes elements malicious compliance l'll post this there as
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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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Gamer Accidentally Severely Bottlenecks PC For Years

Oh man, these kinds of revelations are the true humbling moments in one's life. This dude ended up learning that they'd been depriving their PC of optimal performance for years, when the quick fix was waiting right around the corner. Oh well, it can happen to the best of us, and at least it worked out in the end. Even if it took a few years to get there. 

Gamer accidentally bottlenecks his PC for three years | r/tifu u/theRAMlord TIFU by accidentally severely bottlenecking my PC over 3 years. M TL;DR at bottom waffled built my first ever PC around 3.5 years ago s pretty budget but thought 500 spending on parts would be pretty decent. So follow couple youtube tutorials build and everything worked fine first try my absolute surprise. Over course 3 years, lI've never had one problem with other than pretty slow and could only run games on low
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