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Internet Determines Guy Is an Ass for Eating over 3 Feet of a 6-Foot Party Sub

First of all, let's not deny that this is actually incredible. Usually people ask if they're jerks over something like their disowning their sister for marrying their bully, but damn, 3 feet of sub? Eating over half of a sandwich the height of a man is a tremendous feat that many of us wish we were capable of. That said, eating that much of a sandwich intended to feed a whole party is definitely a selfish move. He was sort of measured about his approach, but that wasn't enough to cover the fact that a whole lot of sandwich went missing.

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Guy Reconsiders Deal with Wife When She Wants to Name Kid After GoT Character

Sounds like a bad deal. Hopefully the guy's son leaves his sister alone. Anyway, this dude asked the internet what to do, and they swiftly passed their judgement. Maybe if he loses this round, they can have another kid and as revenge he can name it Hodor. People always have some family drama, like this guy who asked if he was a jerk for disowning his sister for marrying his bully.

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Guy Asks Internet If He's Wrong for Calling Cops on Sister Who Took His Car

Calling the cops on your own blood, hot damn! On the one hand, she was completely abused the offer to use his car, and used it longer than he offered. But also, did she know she'd get arrested if she didn't give it back? Seems kind of like a waste of police resources. Isn't there a way to solve issues among your own family without getting the police involved?  This guy asked the internet if he was a jerk for disowned his sister for marrying his childhood bully.

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Uncle Asks Internet If He's Wrong to Give His Vegan Niece Milk and Cookies

It seems like there's some more drama going on here than just some milk and cookies. That said, this uncle gave his reasoning for his decision to let his niece have something that her mom didn't approve of. And the internet weighed in. For another story of family drama with uncertain moral implications, check this one out.

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Yahoo Answers Facebook Friend Count Shame

Someone asks on Yahoo Answers if they should publicize their Facebook friends count but are clearly feeling very insecure about letting everyone know such information about them. Another user responds that in the Yahoo Answers forum that this has made him lose all hope for this new generation.