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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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Dude Lives To Regret Staring At The Sun As A Kid

Man, this might get the anxiety flowing for anyone out there that ever did something similar to this as a kid. It's funny and unfortunate that as kids we're all just led along, sometimes down the wrong routes, due to our overwhelming curiosity. The lesson here is obviously to not stare at the sun! And if you have any kids, make sure they're not doing something similar to this! 

Dude lives to regret staring at the Sun as a kid | r/tifu Join u/eyedamagedsunwatcher 2h 3 TIFU By starting at sun over 12 minutes L As usual, this didn't happen today. This happened over 20 years ago and only recently am noticing impact. Don't stare at sun kids around 11 fascinated by science still am particular loved astronomy and sun is pretty cool object had heard Galileo had gone blind by looking at sun through telescope, so should never look at sun. My intellectually curious mind noticed
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Dad Refuses To Accept Defeat, Amusement Park Employee Goes Full Petty

Anyone who has ever worked in an amusement park must've seen some ungodly levels of petty revenge. Everyone has their breaking point, and amusement park employees must be tested like none other. You've got your entitled guests that refuse to not be sore losers, and you've also got a ton of people making horrendous messes everywhere. Fun stuff. 

Dad refuses to accept defeat, so an amusement park employee takes their petty revenge | r/pettyrevenge u/TheGreatPinoy 2y Join work at an amusement park, guests are rude but here's my favourite story work at an amusement park and run games there ones people always assume are rigged but reality just really hard. At my amusement park however have hockey game has 4 targets and have try and hit those targets 60 seconds get prize depending on fast can hit all four. Anyways, this family walks up
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Driver Teaches Road Rager A lesson In Petty Revenge

Nothing melts our icy hearts like reading a story about a driver having to deal with some road rager that couldn't keep their stuff together, for like a minute (if that), and ends up being the butt end of a petty revenge. It's a beautiful thing, really. A lost art form. 

A petty revenge tale about a driver that got their comeuppance. | r/pettyrevenge u/-avenged 7h Join 1 3 1 1 So not hurry? Okay then guess don't need overtake, right bit context right-hand drive country, rightmost lane on freeway is fast/overtaking lane and give way faster vehicles regardless fast they're going, even if at speed limit. Basically have no right police anyone's speed as civilian.
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Choosing Beggar Asks For Computer Help, Assumes Stranger Will Pay For It

At first, you might be thrown off, cause it almost seems like they're not about to be an entitled, choosing beggar. In short time though, things escalate, and suddenly we have a choosing beggar showing their true face. They basically assumed that the very stranger helping them with computer tips, would also pay for the parts they recommended for purchase. Nope, that's not how it works. 

A choosing beggar assumes helpful stranger will pay for new computer.
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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 Yet Effective Power Moves Employees Pulled Off

Never underestimate the kinds of petty lengths people will go to in the workplace environment to make their power known, or get back at a particularly insufferable coworker. Everyone has their breaking point, and sometimes when you arrive at yours, you decide to redirect all that pent up rage back out into the world in the form of an extra spicy petty revenge. This collection of petty power moves are as impressive as they are just terribly petty. 

People describe their petty yet effective power moves pulled off in the workplace | r/AskMen u/plagueisthedumb 5d Join is most petty but effective power move have done? Good Fucking Question new senior supervisor started at our workplace few months ago and would be working under him as particular zones supervisor 30 so l'm out ordinary supervisor age and looks etc normally its an old boy thats been industry forever see new dude car park and go introduce myself. He looks eye as he's walking
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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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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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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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Red Flags Students Noticed With Terrible Classes

Unfortunately, many of us have found ourselves confronted with the daunting predicament that is realizing you're in an absolute nightmare of a class. Sometimes, it's really just the sheer lousiness of the teacher that can end up ruining a class that you'd otherwise love. The following recollections from students that realized they were in terrible classes should be used as some kind of instruction manual to help you avoid the classes that could be your ultimate undoing. 

Gnarly red flags that students noticed in their classes.
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Man's Coworker Brings Him Meals Every Day, Wife Tells Coworker To Stop

Um, the fact that this guy's wife told his coworker to basically back off, and said coworker continued to bring meals after that, makes this a very unsettling situation, indeed. Not even unsettling as much as it's just plain old inappropriate. If anything, it seems like something far more extramarital could be afoot in this unfortunate "love triangle."

Man's coworker brings him meals every day, and his wife tells her to stop | AITA telling my husband's colleague stop bringing him meals she cooks everyday? Not hole F35 been married my husband Tom M32 three years recently moved new home about 4 months ago and he started his new position at private company and met new people who became friends with him outside work. His work colleague claire is bit intrusive and doesn't really respect boundaries. She'd bring meals my husband at work pretty
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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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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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Professor Turns Into Total Nightmare, Dean Saves The Day

We're talking Professor Umbridge from Harry Potter levels of toxic from this teacher, folks. Yes, by the sound of it this teacher was a disaster from the start. Fortunately, one particular student ran the issue back to the dean of the school, who intervened after assuring the student that they wouldn't have to worry about passing the class. With that kind of free (and totally warranted) pass, the pressure completely dissipated. They actually managed to have some fun with the whole situation. The lesson that the teacher hopefully learned would be to teach the actual material that the students are paying thousands of dollars to learn. 

A professor turns into a complete nightmare so the dean intervenes, and saves the day | r/ProRevenge u/handcraftedcandy 10h Join Last minute professor turns into nightmare make sure she never has job there again. About 10 years ago attending local community College my Associates Fine Arts retrospect dumb do so after economy had tanked 2008 recession but digress my second year during first semester one class had take advance and be on track graduate on time Drawing II this class suppose learn
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