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Exhausted Parent Accidentally Sleep Trains Whole Family

We'd bet that a lot of parents out there are bound to relate to this hilariously wholesome accident. Apparently the whole family ended up getting accidentally "sleeptrained" by a strangely adorable little stuffed worm toy thing. Whatever works, I guess. 

Sleepy parent accidentally sleep trains the whole family with a cute stuffed worm toy | TIFU by sleeptraining whole family On mobile, sorry, etc. This has been building up 3 weeks, but only just realized last night had baby almost 4 months ago. Unlike wild animals come out walking, human babies are born useless and must teach them do basic survival tasks like eating and sleeping.
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Entitled Neighbor Expects Free High Speed Internet, Gets Rejected

Some neighbors are more unbearable than others. Some neighbors come with ungodly amounts of entitlement coursing through their veins, while others are actually genuinely nice to have around your vicinity. It sounds like this particular drama broke out over one homeowner not wanting to hook up a neighbor with free internet. Apparently that decision inspired their friend to call them out for being rude. 

Dude shuts down entitled neighbor over free high speed internet.
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Outdated Advice That Just Doesn't Make Sense Anymore

It's not like anyone wants to give you bad advice. Well, maybe these hilariously bad and dumb life pro tips might be exactly that. This incredibly dumb financial advice also falls into the category of "straight up don't do this." That said, times change and some previously ubiquitous good ideas find themselves no longer belonging, whether it be due to evolving technology, changing social ideas, or the rapid decline and corruption of various institutions.

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Shady Manager Tries To Impersonate Employee, Tech Support Shuts Manager Down

Honestly, this manager sounds like he's all kinds of shady. It's moments like the one we hear about in this tech support tale that further demonstrate the value of hard working and aware tech support employees. "Joe" was trying to pull off what very well could've been a criminal action. Fortunately though, he came up short and got humiliated in the process. 

Manager tries to impersonate an employee, and tech support puts manager in his place.
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Choosing Beggar Expects Dude To Give Up His Username

In this day and age with all the social media apps and other kinds of technology available at our disposal you just never know what kinds of petty arguments might break out. In this case, it's not even petty so much as one dude being insanely entitled. The guy expects a perfect stranger to just give up his username. On top of the delusional expectation, he lays it on thick with the toxic disrespect. Check out some more juicy choosing beggars content with this choosing beggar who doesn't understand how time works

A choosing beggar expects another dude to just give up his username. | Hi just wanted know if be willing give up username? This name is really important and 's been attached my brand years 7:23 AM No, sorry but good luck with band Why are so attached
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It's small, it's stupid, and it's all too relatable for some of us. Let's be totally honest here, the guy was just trying to do the obvious thing and put a balloon in a cart. To his credit, this strategy would have worked with 99.9% of other objects. It must make you feel pretty bad to look around and realize that you, a grown adult, have just lost your balloon.

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Dumb and Clever Moments That Are Technically Right

In our quest to be right about everything, sometimes it's worth it to pull over and smell the roses of "technically accuracy." Sure, these moments, jokes and memes might not be factually correct, but they're close enough to get credit. When it's hard to be right, one might as well go for technical accuracy that isn't exactly wrong.

technically accurate funny literal moments | Tim Hogan @timjhogan 3h Sometimes think about guy at my poker table Vegas who kicked out after pit boss said he too drunk (high bar Security came over, asked him say alphabet starting with "M" and he replied Malphabet He escorted out room.
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Blunderous Foibles of The English Language

If there's anything to learn from all the regrettable and dumb spelling fails we see on a daily basis, it's that absolutely no one is immune to really stupid mistakes when it comes to their mastery of the English language. Non-native speakers and people who have been speaking English their whole lives all succumb to the fun and frustration of the English language, and at this rate it looks like there's no way to stop it.

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Guy Accidentally Eats $420 Worth of Beef

Thinking he was making the more affordable choice, this guy accidentally ate himself a few hundred dollar's worth of high-end beef. Without the knowledge that this is how restaurants price this stuff, we would probably have made the same mistake. For some other things to not buy, here are absurdly overpriced things people have seen.

Guy makes mistake about price of beef, eats 420 dollars worth of steak | Posted by u/Belt_Around_Ur_Neck 14 hours ago TIFU by not reading menu carefully at Gordon Ramsay's steakhouse S So my girlfriend and are Atlantic City two nights, our first vacation any sort since COVID-19 started made reservations tonight outdoor poolside dining at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Harrah's were there last year things were normal and were lucky this one few restaurants open and with good outdoor dining Morton's Steak
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Twitter Thread: Woman Debunks Marketing Behind Fruit Companies

Little did you know, but there's a whole tidal wave of passion going into the whole "ugly fruit" cause. Yes, all you have to do is read this thread from Dr Sarah Taber, and you'll quickly see that there's some substance to the whole matter. 

A produce industry pro debunks the silly marketing behind fruit companies.
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"Not My Job" Moments Of Effortless Unprofessionalism

Work is a necessary evil. Doing stuff basically sucks, but it's better than being hungry, wet and cold all the time, so the choice is pretty obvious. Naturally, most of us try to get through the day employing as little effort as possible, and sadly for some of us it really shows. "Not my job" moments of failure fill up our streets and living spaces, providing at least some ironic consolation that everyone, not just you, is doing the bare minimum. These moments of dubious professionalism are far from our best work, and it shows.

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Customer Complains About Cheap Taco, Owner Sets Customer Straight

Any customer who goes out of their way to count the pieces of meat in a taco that's under a two bucks is really on one. Fortunately, the owner was able to run some quick math to shine light on why the taco costs what it does. Good luck to this customer being able to find anything cheaper. Sheesh. For another story involving a gross level of entitlement, check out this tale about a customer who wanted bigger wine glasses, and the malicious compliance that ensued

Customer complains about a cheap taco, and then the owner sets the customer straight.
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Twitter Thread: Shopping Mall Maps Work Great For Megadungeon Inspiration

Twitter user @PrismaticWastes decided to enlighten the world about how asymmetrical shopping mall maps actually translate beautifully for megadungeon maps. When you think about it, it makes sense. Malls are pretty much designed to make shoppers stay as long as humanly possible. Apparently college campus and zoo maps are also viable options. 

A Twitter thread about how shopping mall maps work great for megadungeon inspiration.
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Karen Shreds Employee's Leave Requests

Oh boy, the audacity of this Karen is unfathomable. What kind of human being literally takes it upon themselves to shred employees' leave requests? Nobody that's worth having around in the workplace. That's who. As you can imagine, Karen's shady "business practices" ended up coming back to be her ultimate undoing in the end. For another wild Karen story, check out this tale about a salon Karen who argued her way into a new Karen haircut

Karen ends up shredding employee's leave requests, bites her in the butt.
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Man Acts Like Child At ATM, Gets Put In Timeout

Many of us have gotten caught up in a bad day, and sometimes that bad day can result in someone momentarily refusing to act like an adult. Temper tantrums can break out at a moment's notice. If you find yourself having to deal with someone acting like a child for the silliest of reasons, you very well might be inspired to take a petty revenge like this person did at the ATM line. 

Man acts like a child at the ATM, and then proceeds to get put in timeout.
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Dude Ghosts Date, Realizes Date Is Their Neighbor

Ghosting is a terribly common occurrence in this day and age. It could be a nasty manifestation of the multitude of dating apps and people just not being able to keep track of the plans they end up making with folks, or just being pure old flakey flakes. Well, let this dude's brief story about the implications of them ghosting their date serve as a cautionary tale to anyone else out there who could be considering ghosting their date. You never know what kind of plan the universe might have in store. 

Dude ghosts date, and then goes onto realize that the date is their neighbor.
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