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Employees expose major red flags they've encountered while working at companies: 'An overabundance of outdated motivational posters'

Have you ever come across a job listing and immediately knew you wouldn't want to work there? Maybe the listing used phrases to describe the company culture, like "we're a big family," or stated that they required candidates who could "perform well under stress," setting off major red flags in your head. That's not really the type of environment you're looking for when you're trying to find your dream job. But the kinds of red flags you can find at companies go way further than those examples.
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Difficult Male Karen throws tantrum at hotel front desk over providing proof of identification: 'Nobody else ever IDs me!'

Difficult Male Karen throws tantrum at hotel front desk over providing proof of identification: 'Nobody else ever IDs me!'

It seems like Gary really needed to make a scene at his corporate retreat! This guy approached the front desk of a hotel, which was almost entirely rented out by his company for the week, when he found himself confronted with a bit of a problem: he was asked to show his ID before he could receive his room key. Normally, any sane person would understand that this is a customary part of the hotel check-in process, yet somehow Gary took issue with this ask. To make matters worse, he had a copy of…
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'Would you get off your phone and help me with this!': Entitled shopper mistakes woman for employee, makes her assist him anyway until actual worker comes to help

Have you ever experienced the awkward situation of accidentally mistaking a random customer for an employee? Maybe they were wearing a similar color to the actual employees, or maybe they just looked like they could work there. It's an awkward experience for everyone, but typically, you would politely apologize for the mistake, and then both of you would return to whatever it was you were doing. But not in this case. An entitled Boomer mistook a woman in Staples for an employee (scroll down bel…
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Employees share hilarious stories of new hires who were fired on the first day: 'Kid lied about his experience as a foreman and drove a skid into the side of the house we were working on'

Getting a new hire at your job is always exciting. It's nice to have a fresh perspective, someone to help with the workload, and possibly a new work bestie. Unless they are a terrible employee, then it's not exciting to get a new hire. Sometimes, employees are onboarded, make it to the 90-day review period, and are let go. Or sometimes they decide that the company wasn't what they were looking for and leave on their own. That's why you can't get yourself super invested in a new coworker beca...
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‘Finders keepers’: Resident fixes bench after neighbors threw it out, only for the neighbors to demand the improved bench back, claiming it was stolen

‘Finders keepers’: Resident fixes bench after neighbors threw it out, only for the neighbors to demand the improved bench back, claiming it was stolen

When we were children, we were taught so many simple rules that as adults years later, we can appreciate as really important life lessons. Even if it was something as simple as - ‘treat others like you would want to be treated yourself’, or ‘honesty is the best policy’, we carry those lessons for our entire lives. Another silly lesson that we all know is ‘finders keepers’, which might not be the best and most accurate lesson to learn, but is definitely something we should all consider in some c…
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New homeowner installs privacy fence to keep entitled neighbors from inviting themselves over, neighbors hold intervention on his porch: '[They said] I should be more welcoming to them and take my fence down'

Some homeowners have mixed feelings about overly friendly neighbors. It can be nice to have a quick chat, ask them to watch your house when you're out of town, or stop over to borrow a baking dish. But how do you feel about neighbors who constantly find their way into your house unannounced? That's what this new homeowner has been dealing with for the past four months. He's realized he's surrounded by overly friendly neighbors who have no issue walking into his backyard for a chat or going insi…
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'Think of the baby!': Passenger claims 3 seats on the plane and refuses to make space for a mother with a baby despite flight attendant's request

'Think of the baby!': Passenger claims 3 seats on the plane and refuses to make space for a mother with a baby despite flight attendant's request

One of the first things a young person should learn and become proficient at before embarking on the road to adulthood is plane etiquette. There are three main guidelines that one should always abide by. Window etiquette comes first, followed by aisle etiquette, and finally—possibly the most crucial—baby/parent etiquette. The original poster (OP) is traveling with her 19-month-old son on a three-hour flight. As instructed by the airline, she only purchased one seat, hoping the baby would drift…
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Nannies share their stories working for rich families, entitled parents, and Karen mommies: 'The 3-year-old slips up and calls me Mama constantly'

Nannies share their stories working for rich families, entitled parents, and Karen mommies: 'The 3-year-old slips up and calls me Mama constantly'

Working for wealthy folks can be endlessly frustrating. People may think The White Lotus and Triangle of Sadness are heightened exaggerations of what it's like, but based on these stories, it's quite clear that those films may be leaning closer to nonfiction territory than anyone wants to believe. Although I have never worked as a full-time nanny , I have worked in education, specifically for wealthy families. I have seen the entitlement, the distorted view of reality, and the unrealistic expec…
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Update: Neighbors demand to park their car in next-door's driveway because they 'don't use it': 'It's not my problem that you decided to buy a vehicle that didn't fit your property'

Update: 'I'm going to have it towed': Neighbors demand to park their car in next-door's driveway because they 'don't use it'

This person told their neighbor over and over that they simply could not park on their property. Some people just don't like to take no as an answer. Instead of hearing “no,” they hear “ask again tomorrow!”. Instead of hearing “you can't park your car here," this neighbor heard, “you can park your car here and deal with the consequences.” On the r/entitledparents subreddit, u/Jeleki2020 posted a very, very long tale about their crazy neighbor. It's a long read, but the story and subsequent upda…
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Demanding guest gets banned from hotel after messing with the front desk clerk over a credit card mix-up

Demanding guest gets banned from hotel after messing with the front desk clerk over a credit card mix-up

Customer service is never an easy task. It's even more difficult when you have to fulfill your responsibilities as a customer service representative while a guy is trying to win over his girlfriend. If you are familiar with what I mean, I apologize for the experience you had to endure; if not, consider yourself fortunate. The story below is an account of a frustrated front desk clerk. The original poster (OP) has a long history of employment in the hospitality industry. The job has challenges,…
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'She got what she wanted—we decorated': Nosy new neighbor insists that couple decorate their house to "fit in to the area"

'She got what she wanted—we decorated': Nosy new neighbor insists that couple decorate their house to "fit in to the area"

When this woman marched over to her new neighbor's house , she wasn't there to greet them and welcome them to the town. She didn't bring along a plate of cookies, or offer to water the plants if they're out of town. Instead of doing any number of nice acts, this woman decided to chide her new neighbors over their house decorations (or lack thereof). First impressions matter. The couple who told this story in the r/MalciousCompliance subreddit know that all too well. Since their neighbor didn't…
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Passenger removes their shoes on the train placing their feet on the seat in front of them, woman hides one of their shoes: 'Where's my shoe?'

“Who let the dogs out” is not a question you want to be asking on public transport especially when those dogs are someone else's toes that they've decided to remove from their shoes and display proudly to all the other passengers.
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Karen throws tantrum after local newspaper publishes article about her: 'She tells me I have absolutely no right!'

Karen throws tantrum after local newspaper publishes article about her: 'She tells me I have absolutely no right!'

This Karen needs to check herself because she's not that big of a deal. Imagine your local newspaper publishes an article that, in passing, lists the new board members of the local school. Now imagine that one of those board members, the Karen in question, throws a fit because she feels that she has been wronged. Why, you may ask? Well, apparently, she feels that she needed permission to have her name mentioned in passing like that! Of course, she didn't need permission. She's holding an electe…
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Boomer employee threatens to sue company for free gas because coworkers can charge electric cars at work: 'He filed a complaint with HR stating he's been discriminated against for being old'

Things took a turn for the worse for these coworkers who were supposedly friends. The older coworker thought he was being treated unfairly due to, in his words, refusing to adopt a "woke liberal mentality." Mind you, this is a dispute over electric cars. The Original Poster (OP) has an electric car himself. His coworker's designated parking spot used to be all the way in the back of the lot despite the man using a cane. So, the OP decided to switch his spots because he was right in front of t...
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'Justice is served': Dude singles out customer who tries cutting in line by paying for everyone's drink but theirs

'Justice is served': Dude singles out customer who tries cutting in line by paying for everyone's drink but theirs

Not everything in life goes as planned. There are moments when you just have to go with the flow and hope for the best. Having said that, how would you feel if you intended to do a kind deed but were distracted by the arrogance of one individual? In the story that follows, a man who is waiting in line to pay for his coffee expresses his frustration. As the original poster (OP) put it, he had earned a great cup of coffee after receiving the raise that he had been chasing for what seemed like a l…
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Boomer mother-in-law demands son doesn't go out to eat so he can save for her retirement: 'Brian save your money, we have no 401k'

This family seems like they might need to clear some things up before their next dinner party. After marrying his wife, the Original Poster (OP) noticed his mother-in-law was always urging him to save his money. At first, he thought she was just looking out for him. It turns out that she actually plans to have her son-in-law fund her and her husband's retirement since they have no savings themselves. The entitled Boomer mother-in-law accidentally let this information slip when the family was al…
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