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Guy Predicts Future, Gives Colleague Nervous Breakdown

Man, sometimes you say something, completely kidding, and it ends up manifesting further on down the road. In this case, we can understand why the guy's friend had the initial reaction that he did. The dad had already been through the miraculous, shocking experience that is having twins, only to learn that he's about to have some triplets too. That kind of development will definitely do a number on most anyone. 

Guy predicts the future, and proceeds to give his colleague a nervous breakdown | r/tifu u/DeathclawTamer TIFU by giving my colleague nervous breakdown by predicting future M Happened 2 weeks ago and concluded this morning and my collegaues have good morning' call Mondays where just have chat about weekend, talk about football, rugby and interesting things have done. All chat and banter going well start talk about kids. Couple my colleagues have twins (one has grown up twins think 23
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Grandma Won't Learn Grandson's Name So He Mispronounces Hers

The concept of respecting your elders sort of goes out the window when they go out of their way to deliberately disrespect you. This person's grandma took no effort to learn a name, and refused to get it right out of spite. It seems like the only natural conclusion would be to give her some of her own medicine. For a different direction of a grandma story, here's a cringey guy who tried to correct a Japanese grandma on her own pronunciation of Japanese.

grandma refuses to learn grandson's name so grandson says her name wrong | r/AmItheAsshole Posted by u/notmyname2020_ AITA calling my grandma by wrong name until she gets my name right? Not hole This has going on since forever so decided do something 16m) half Mexican my dad's side and my mom's side is Scottish. Ngl most my mom's family is high key racist and is been problems sometimes growing up. My grandma on my mom's side never liked my dad and happy
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Dad Fires His Son for Stealing from Work

Nothing adds to the entitlement just like the whole "boss's kid" mentality. At least the dad went and did something about it. The kid even tried to frame another employee. For some more work-related foibles, here are the fastest ways people's co-workers got fired. For another kid stepping way over his bounds, here's a manipulative son who tried to sell his mom's house and cancelled her job interview.

dad fires son for stealing from job | Posted by u/E11451913 1 day ago 14 10 3 15 13 AITA firing my son? Not hole Throwaway because don't want this seen on my main account get straight issue. My M43 17 year old son Adam has been trying become independent and preparing move college but struggling find job own private warehouse as side job earn living. My wife suggested hire my son work at warehous. Moving boxes, brining workers lunch, helping with cleaning kind stuff. She said is both our benefits
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