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Times People Said "Screw This" And Noped On Out

There are moments in our lives when, despite everyone's best efforts to keep us around, the benefits clearly don't outweigh the risks, and we have that freeing moment when we realize we can just leave. It can be a bad job or sketchy situation. Sometimes it just take a "screw this, I'm out" moment for us to notice that it's probably a better idea to set out for greener pastures.

unfair jobs and moments that made people go "screw this, I'm out." | CONFETA 1 day ago S E 2 at yearly review former boss hyped up giving 0.10 raise and praised good team leader asked about management position had opened up at store sent fix, she told she couldn't stand lose permanently another store turned my two week notice and moved on.
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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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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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Landlord Encourages Tenant To Research Rights, Tenant's Victory Ensues

Man, any time we see a landlord try to pull a fast one on a tenant, and then the tenant proceeds to teach them a lesson, it warms our hearts. In this case, it really just seems like the landlord didn't expect the tenant to do their research. From there, soon as the truth came to light, you can pick up the clear scent of resignation from the landlord trying to continue onward with their antics. Check out another time a shady landlord was defeated by a moral enforcer.

Landlord encourages a tenant to research their rights, the tenant does, and then a victory ensues | Hi friday sent payment on 11:03 .m. Hi no didn't waiting tell if leaving or staying like said. If stay, l'll pay rent. If not staying, then don't have pay rent October, as paid first and last moved Right? 11:09 .m. No said will continue make regular payments and will refund security deposit which us equal one month rent vacate way get back last month rent.
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Guy's Private Detective Job Takes A Turn Down Sketchy Avenue

This guy's experience working as a private detective in his 20's is more relatable than you might think; and that is to not ignore the red flag warning signs that could spare you from signing on for a job that's best off being avoided. If your gut is telling you that something isn't right, you best listen to it. 

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YouTuber Demands Free Commissions, Gets Rejected, Makes Threats

For starters, this "big YouTuber's" credentials really seem like they could be nothing more than a work of fiction. On top of that though, they have the audacity to issue threats to this artist after being rejected. What is it with some of these "influencers" and their toxic entitlement that leads them to believe they can just pay for other people's hard work, with exposure? That ain't how it works. 

Check out some more choosing beggar insanity with this choosing beggar's insane list of nanny requirements.

A "big" YouTuber expects free commissions, gets rejected, and then unleashes threats | Hi friend recommended and l'd like commission two portraits my dog and cat. Please let know if are still accepting commissions Christmas? Sun, Nov 15, 7:21 AM Hi there! Yes am do have mind?
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