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AskReddit is a popular subreddit on Reddit that allows any user to post interesting questions for anyone to answer, often generating funny discussion threads. These are their stories. 

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Married Couples Who Sleep In Different Rooms Explain Why

Someone on AskReddit asked for married couples to explain the reasoning that went into sleeping in different rooms. As it turns out, a couple that sleeps in different rooms is not necessarily a broken home. 

AskReddit users that are married couples explain why they sleep in different rooms.
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The Dumbest App/Program Ideas Ever Proposed

Someone on AskReddit asked for app developers/programmers to share the dumbest ideas they'd ever had proposed to them. No doubt, a lot of these must've seen like "the next best thing" at the time. The real question is what kinds of substances were involved in the creation of these ideas. 

Developers share the dumbest app and program ideas they've ever had proposed to them.
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People's Dumbest Ideas That Actually Worked

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share their surprising successes with implementing outright stupid ideas. Sometimes what seems like the dumbest idea in the world ends up defying expectations, and actually working out. 

A collection of AskReddit replies to people's dumbest ideas that actually worked out.
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Bartender Gets Fired For BS Reason, Co-Workers All Quit In Response

This bartender asked the people of Reddit whether or not they were in the wrong for potentially inspiring their co-workers to quit their jobs as well. Sounds like the manager that fired the bartender in the first place, was a real piece of work. 

Bartender gets fired for drinking a non-alcoholic beverage on the clock, so all their co-workers quit in response.
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Fun Harmless Ways To Confuse Or Annoy People

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share their most effective ways to confuse and amuse unsuspecting strangers. The mind is a curious thing, and it's remarkable how easy it is to mess around with it. For instance, handing someone something in the middle of a conversation almost always results in them taking it off your hands. What's that about? 

AskReddit users share the fun ways that they confuse or annoy people.
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Baby Boomers Issues That They Blamed On Their Older Generation

Someone on AskReddit asked for Baby Boomers to share the issues that existed while they were young, that made them think the older generation were a bunch of idiots. Things like adults resisting the use of seat belts, and assuming that all credit cards were terrible because of being so against any kind of debt, serve as solid examples. Maybe every younger generation is just bound to have a bone to pick with their older generation. 

Various baby boomers share the issues they had as kids that they blamed on their older generation.
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Childish Things People Won't Stop Doing

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share the "little kid" things that they refuse to stop doing, even though they're expected to act like an adult. The daily grind of trying to make it in this world is hard enough. Let the people have their fun with treasured pastimes like Legos, sliding across wooden floors in socks, or using the force to open automatic doors like a total badass. 

AskReddit responses to the childish things that people won't stop doing.
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People With Emotionally Difficult Jobs Share Their Best Days At Work

Someone on AskReddit asked for people that work in emotionally difficult jobs, to share their best days at work. Sometimes sh*t doesn't hit the fan, and we can actually manage to get through a day at work in peace. Those days are rarer for some than others. 

AskReddit users with emotionally difficult jobs share their best days at work.
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Savage Clapbacks Waiters/Servers Delivered To Customers

Someone on AskReddit asked for waiters/servers to share their most satisfying and savage clapbacks to unruly customers. The armies of Karens weren't ready to meet their match with these members of customer service that quite frankly, had had enough. Everyone has their breaking point, and rude customers will themselves into forgetting that eventually someone's going to check them on their entitled BS. 

A collection of brutal clapbacks that waiters/servers delivered to rude customers.
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People Describe Running Into Their Cats Outside The House

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share their experiences with running into their cats outside the house, and around the neighborhood. It's a fascinating thing when that occurs. It's either a warm greeting of love and adoration from our cats, or they play dumb like they've never met us and want nothing to do with us. This thread really just deepens the appreciation for how quirky our little cat friends can be.

AskReddit users share what it was like running into their cats outside the house.
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Truckers Share Things At Night That Gave Them The Chills

Someone on AskReddit asked for truckers to share their spookiest experiences from being out on the road. Things have a tendency to get real creepy on those long and winding dark highways throughout the night. Never know what kind of devilish, WTF sh*t you might drive across. 

Truckers share different things they saw at night that gave them the chills.
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Dead Giveaways That Someone's Australian

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share the most noticeable, dead giveaways that someone is definitely Australian. If you take a solid look at these and note them for future reference, you might be able to pick an Aussie out of a crowd in the future with no trouble at all. 

A collection of AskReddit users share dead giveaways that someone is Australian.
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The Dumbest Things Evicted Tenants Did

Someone on AskReddit asked for landlords to share the dumbest ways they had foolish tenants get evicted. Things like using the fire sprinkler line as a clothesline would seem to be an obvious failure waiting to happen. Unfortunately, some folks are truly clueless as they come. These particular morons got evicted, and they're lucky if that's all they got. 

A collection of the dumbest stunts that tenants did that resulted in them getting evicted.
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AskReddit Users Share Their Cringiest Teenage Phases

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share stories of their cringiest teenage phases. We're talking frosted tips, cat ears, and literally trying to convince classmates that you're a robot. All kinds of cringe run rampant through these flashback stories. 

AskReddit users share their cringiest phases during their teenage years.
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Redditors Share The Biggest Mistakes In Cooking

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share the biggest mistakes we'd all do well to avoid making while in the kitchen baking/cooking. Things like microwaving your salad, trying to catch a falling knife, and using ketchup as pasta sauce are all prime examples of big no no's in the kitchen. 

A collection of AskReddit users share their biggest mistakes when it comes to cooking.
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Crazy Promotions/PR Stunts That Backfired Terribly

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share the biggest PR stunts and promotion blunders they'd ever seen by companies. The resulting stories are filled to the brim with failure. Can't beat the Life Lock CEO who accidentally leaked his social security number to tons of people. 

AskReddit users share a series of crazy PR/promotional stunts that backfired terribly for companies.
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