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Trashy Moments Of Humanity Not On Its A-Game

Most people are on a general course of self improvement, trying to be more kind, sympathetic, and generally productive. Then there's also folks who just choose to make things harder for other people, and do trashy things that belong in a landfill. Extreme trashiness can come from every level of society.

Moments of people being selfish, trashy and awful.
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Peculiar Tics and Behaviors People Are Pretty Sure Only They Do

Just about everyone has some small act that they think only they perform. These acts might be born out of boredom, like making up songs about butts to sing to your dog. They might come from convenience, like using your extremely dextrous feet to pick stuff up. Or they might come from necessity, like tapping your fingers to the tune of "Sweet Child Of Mine" every time you see a picture of your Dad for some reason. Behaviors like these tend to make people think they're not normal, even though everyone does crap like this. Here's some stories of people realizing their roommates were actually crazy.

Peculiar things people think only they alone do.
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Behaviors Pretty Much Everyone Agrees Are D*ck Moves

While reading these, think hard about yourself and if you do any of these things. Like even if you think you were justified the last time you were late paying someone back. If you don't do any of this crap, then congratulations, you're free to judge the living shit out of everyone who partakes in these dick moves. If you do this stuff constantly, then it's possible that you're a trashy bastard, so watch out because someone might get petty revenge on you for your annoying ways.

Things people do that are selfish and annoying.
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17 People Share the Wildest Thing The "I Need Attention" Kid Did

Every school had a few of those kids that would do absolutely anything to get people's attention. Sometimes it was making up insane lies, other times it was pulling their lunchmeat out at a birthday party or drinking during a test. Either way it often led to some kind of school scandal. What ever happened to those kids, anyway?

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16 Small Things People Can Do to Look Like a Selfish Jackass

You may recognize these traits in the type of people you hate. You may notice these behaviors in yourself. If you do, then you may need to take a look in the mirror.

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Quirky Tumblr Thread Breaks down Just How Adorable Humans Are

Here's a very organized list of the silly things we do that might make us seem cute to someone watching us in a nature documentary. David Attenborough would be proud to narrate this one.

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15 Fascinating Psychology Experiments That Show How Amazing and Stupid Brains Are

Your brain is capable of amazing things like calculating complex equations and experiencing empathy. That said, it is also afraid of the color red, can be tricked into thinking it's drunk, and would rather experience pain than boredom.

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Humankind is capable of great accomplishments, such as sending probes into space and eradicating diseases; these achievements have been made possible because humans learn from their elders and enrich this knowledge over generations. It was previously thought that this cumulative aspect of culture — whereby small changes build up, are transmitted, used and enriched by others — was limited to humans, but it has now been observed in another primate, the baboon.

While it is clear that monkeys like chimpanzees learn many things from their peers, each individual seems to start learning from scratch. In contrast, humans use techniques that evolve and improve from one generation to the next, and also differ from one population to another. The origin of cumulative culture in humans has therefore remained a mystery to scientists, who are trying to identify the necessary conditions for this cultural accumulation.