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Weird Stuff People Saw In People's Houses

As much as you'd like to hide your shame, hoarded collections of doorknobs and evidences of your eccentric hobbies, sometimes someone else will have to enter your weird home. A plumber, pet sitter or maintenance employee is gonna need to get in there. And they see some really interesting things. Sometimes they don't even need to make it inside. Window washers see some bizarre things through the glass.

weird things people saw in other people's homes | minervasbiscuittin 16.7k points 12 hours ago O 2 e 3 6 edited 3 hours ago Back my teenage babysitting days regularly watched three kids whose parents kept one those ENORMOUS packages hot dogs out on kitchen counter. Everyone household would just wander by and grab room-temperature hot dog as snack whenever they felt like babysat them 2-3 times per week over year and never not saw those hot dogs wonder about them all time.
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Woman's Twitter Story Reveals How Little Online Privacy We Have

Talia Shadwell, shared a viral story on Twitter that spotlights just how little online privacy people have. Specifically, this shows how big tech companies keep a much closer eye on people using their apps than some people might expect. Scary stuff indeed. 

Woman's Twitter story about her lack of online privacy with a period tracker app is seriously messed up.
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Hyper Controlling Mom Wants To Track Kid At College

With all the stuff we've heard of and experienced with helicopter parents in the last few decades, it's refreshing to see someone actually stand up to their mom who's trying to control their social life while not under their roof. Hell, dude, it's college. You don't want to experience college life while your mom watches.

Controlling mom wants guy to install tracking app, he doesn't.
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For a lot of people, the use and abuse of their personal information by a monolithic data company isn't "hilarious." Privacy being a major concern on his own sites,  you wouldn't think the guy would want to call attention to it. And you'd think if he did, he would at least have a punchline.

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19 Stock Photo Models Share the Strangest Places Their Images Ended Up

One day someone asks if you mind being in a couple pictures, then the next day you find yourself in an ad for extra-small condoms. The stock photo game can be a weird one, and these people found out the hard way.

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Terrified Woman Discovers Creepy Secret Passage Intruder Used to Rob Her

It's bad enough to get your things stolen, but it bumps up the creep factor to find out you could've been literally inches away from a scary stranger the whole time. This is is some Shawshank Redemption level crime right here. If you're in the mood for more creepy things people found in their dwellings, you can read them here.

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Twitter Thread Will Make You See Why Facebook's 10 Year Challenge Meme Isn't Harmless

Author, Kate O'Neill used her platform on Twitter to encourage people participating in online activities like the recent, trending profile picture aging meme on Facebook, to slow down and think about it critically. O'Neill asks people to consider how willingly posting that information online for Facebook's seemingly sentient algorithm to digest, can have a ripple effect on society as a whole; how that information can be fed into worldwide databases, sold off to advertising agencies, and used to exploit the very people that upload it, without considering the impacts, in the process. She doesn't aim to inspire panic in this Twitter thread, but instead, she wants us to think critically when considering the fast-changing landscape of the world around us. Some solid advice! 

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