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Worst Scams That Young And Gullible People Fell For

This life is a wild emotional rollercoaster that chucks curveballs our way on a stubbornly consistent basis. If it seems like things are running along smoothly and you haven't hit a bump in the road for a while, maybe you've finally gained all the wisdom that you can, or life is just taking it easy on you for a hot second. With that being said, many of us have fallen prey to the shadiest and sneakiest of scams when we were young, gullible, and blissfully ignorant. This AskReddit thread pays homage to those unfortunate scams that preyed upon the young souls of the world when they just didn't know any better. 

A collection of the worst scams that people fell for when they were young and gullible. | fist_is_also_a_verb Columbia House CDs could buy 12 CDs 1 penny, then agreed purchase certain number CDs future full price not sure thought they'd call cops or ruin my credit forever, or But bought all my agreed upon CDs at full price. Iread years later could have just not bought single thing because they can't enforce contracts made by minors.
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Reckless Uses Of Money People Don't Regret At All

It's hard for many of us to consider spending an entire paycheck on a cake or an ice maker, but when you think of all the money you spend on things that you don't even remember, maybe it's worth it to have a pleasant memory. While these ended up being decent expenses, some people get some extremely bad financial advice that is irredeemable. It'd be nice to have a taste of these absurdly expensive things people witnessed

dumb expensive things people spent money on and do not regret | Pissedtuna $120 towel heater will never dry off with cold towel again.
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Woman Calls Off Wedding After Fiancee Complains About Wedding Dress

This guy decided to take to Reddit and ask people whether or not he was in the wrong for arguing with his newly ex fiancee over the extravagant cost of a wedding dress. His biggest flop of all here was that he used her real name, which apparently resulted in people creating fake accounts pretending to be her. What a nightmare. Goes to show that sometimes you really can spare yourself a life of trouble by not airing out your dirty laundry online. 

Woman ends up calling off her wedding after finding out about her fiancee complaining about wedding dress on Reddit | AITA 38 m telling my fiancee f 27)her wedding dress choice is way too extravagant and suggesting alternatives? sorry on mobile and throwaway as she's redditor are getting married july this year, venue is booked and wedding is pretty much sorted.
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People's Biggest Wedding Day Regrets

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about people's most painful wedding day regrets. It really sucks that so much of the wisdom we can gain in this life comes directly from the hard and unforgiving lessons that regretful experiences teach us. Sometimes we've just got to do certain things at certain occasions to realize we'll definitely never be doing them again. Hopefully none of these regrets ring any bells. If you're looking for more juicy wedding drama, check out the year's most entitled bridezillas

People describe their biggest wedding day regrets in an AskReddit thread. | starcrafter84• 16h Picking longest song ever first dance
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Ship Captain Disregards Deck Crew's Advice, Loses Bonus, Gets Chewed Out

Man, nothing can bring the blood to a boil quite like having to take orders from a boss that clearly doesn't know what they're doing. In this case, we have a ship captain who sounds like he'd exhausted all of his ability to care about much of anything on the ship. The guy refused to listen to his deck crew's warnings, and ended up living to regret that like none other. Poor guy missed out on a bonus that he'd easily have been rewarded if he'd just slowed down and been a little more openminded. 

Ship captain disregards his crew's warnings about rust on the ship | r/MaliciousCompliance Join u/VirtualToddler Captain said get all rust, now tank has hole. M On mobile TL/DR at end little background first. Before came my senses and changed course worked as sailor on petroleum carrier. One many duties sailor has is keeping vessel turning into large iron ore deposit on sea floor do this, there is tool called needle scaler s pneumatic device consists bunch 7-12 inch long 1/16 inch
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Things People Bought and Said "Never Again"

They said with this whole "free market" thing that we should be getting good products or services at a reasonable prices, but sometimes that's just not the case. Other times, you get what you pay for. Sometimes a company is having a bad day, and other times it's just common knowledge that you won't be getting a good steak from the dollar store. Other than products, there are things people did that made them say "never again."

bad products and services people said never again | zaagan-daas More Dollar Tree shredded cheese. Just. Don't. Please don't be like and try NitroTitan 16.0k points 2 days ago dollar store my area has $1 steaks can't imagine trusting 1 steak not kill
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Dude Lives To Regret Staring At The Sun As A Kid

Man, this might get the anxiety flowing for anyone out there that ever did something similar to this as a kid. It's funny and unfortunate that as kids we're all just led along, sometimes down the wrong routes, due to our overwhelming curiosity. The lesson here is obviously to not stare at the sun! And if you have any kids, make sure they're not doing something similar to this! 

Dude lives to regret staring at the Sun as a kid | r/tifu Join u/eyedamagedsunwatcher 2h 3 TIFU By starting at sun over 12 minutes L As usual, this didn't happen today. This happened over 20 years ago and only recently am noticing impact. Don't stare at sun kids around 11 fascinated by science still am particular loved astronomy and sun is pretty cool object had heard Galileo had gone blind by looking at sun through telescope, so should never look at sun. My intellectually curious mind noticed
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Man Lives To Regret Cracking Dad Jokes At Airport

The desire to crack a dad joke can be too much to bear sometimes. In this case, the guy learned his lesson about maybe exercising some more self restraint the next time the maddening urge to unleash a dad joke presents itself at the airport. 

Man lives to regret cracking dad jokes while he's at the airport | r/tifu Join u/axiomatic 15h TIFU by making dad jokes security line at airport. M Happened few minutes ago and only resulted minor embarrassment reprimand be careful about my jokes, and slight delay getting through security. So at airport this morning with film crew about fly on special flight during covid visual effects supervisor (relevant further on) and am waiting line with crew as get our bags scanned security guy asks if
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Guy Adds Tinder Girl On Snapchat, Lives To Regret It

Those location services will get you. This guy certainly learned an unfortunate life lesson. All in all, this is actually terrifying. Glad that his mom was around to handle the situation. 

Guy lives to regret adding a girl from Tinder on Snapchat | r/tifu Join u/Fazza3107 •6d TIFU By adding girl Tinder on Snapchat. M starters this happened about week ago, lockdown has been very boring many so 18M my ultimate world wisdom decided give good ol' Tinder try an average morning and got match with let's call her Sandra. By about 2pm had been talking back and forth before she ultimately asks my Snapchat which albeit stupidly, complied. Time
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Horrible Boss Tells Most Valuable Employee to Quit, Instantly Regrets It

This boss thought they could get a single employee to do both of their jobs and expect to not get paid for it, told em to quit, and then realized that they might need them. The boss even went so far as to try to pretend that they just hadn't fired them. Horrible bosses have a tendency to pile responsibility onto employees they don't expect to pay, and in some glorious cases, an ungrateful psycho boss gets instant karma.

Employee does manager work but doesn't get paid for, gets fired instead of promotion and company fails | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/cranky_throw_away 17 hours ago "Fine then just quit Okay! oc M So freshly out high school hadnt decided on wanted do with my life, so got job at pizza place near where lived always been type person who would rather work than sit at home and didn't/don't have ton friends hang out with.
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Most Important Things People Broke

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the most important things that people broke, with the aftermath. Just imagining the amount of panic-charged adrenaline that must've been coursing through these people after their failures, is enough to give us a case of the clammy hands. 

People describe the most important things they broke, and the aftermath | Sparkselot 12h broke 3,000 diamond at work once wedding ring tightening little princess cut square one with sharp points and all sudden turned into broken "milky/frosted" mess, lol would be surprised on easy is break diamond; especially they have super sharp points can't scratch them, but they will break. Aftermath hey happens" and some more training broke several more stones after but all small and easy and cheap replace.
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Fails People Corrected Before Anyone Noticed

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the fails that people managed to fix before anyone else noticed. On top of that, people describe the kinds of fallout that could've ensued if people weren't able to right their wrongs in time. Many of us have been there, in the middle of a complete mess up; but with a cool head, we can get a grip on the situation and actually manage to repair the mess. 

People describe the fails they fixed before anyone else noticed | LittleRosi 23h Worked an company. Had switch routines data backups because even don't know anymore. Forgot switch them on again. After around 2 years noticed more by coincidence. Felt very warm and sweaty instantly. if data loss had happened would have been end company. And end my career course. Reply 324
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Cringe-Inducing Memories People Can't Shake

Someone on AskReddit got a fun thread going about the cringeworthy memories that continue to persistently haunt people. Some moments are so full of pure cringe that folks just can't forget them. Like the dude in this thread that showed up to work, and had no idea that he'd been fired, and worked all day. Yikes. 

People describe the cringe-inducing memories that they can't forget | RandomRavenclaw87 3h 1 Award time my internet access shot over weekend, so went work as usual on Monday, and stayed and worked all day, and only found out l'd been fired week before got home. Small, very high-profile business. Everyone acting weird all day soft-broil myself sleep this memory.
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Valuable Collections People Regret Getting Rid Of

We all like to think, in our own nostalgic haze, that our old toys would be worth something today. In actuality, most of your old magazines, cards and complete collection of McDonald's Transformers probably aren't worth anything. But in some rare cases, people realize 20 years after the fact that their mom threw away thousands of dollars worth of stuff. On the other side of things, here are stupid purchases people regret making.

Things people regret getting rid of because they're valuable now | DinaDinaDinaBatman 24.7k points 10 hours ago had complete collection teenage mutant ninja turtles figures packed them into box and put them away then later looking them couldn't find them asked my mother oh those threw them out weren't playing with them anymore"
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Guy Buys Too Much Toilet Paper For Years, Runs Out Now

This guy would stock up on excess amounts of toilet paper for years, only to end up running out when some folks at this current moment are stocking up like the world's going to end, tomorrow. Hopefully he's able to lock some down as soon as possible. 

Guy buys too much toilet paper for years, and ends up running out now | TIFU: After accidentally buying way too much toilet paper years finally ran out. THIS WEEK. This is FU is three years making, culminating today few years back started buying toilet paper on Amazon subscription. But my kid had just moved out so apparently overestimated much buy so didn't all fit linen cupboard. My darling spouse started storing extra garage. But didn't know this as never go there.
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Work Email Fails That Haunt People At Night

Twitter user @mo87mo87 started a thread about work email fails, and people were quick to offer their excruciating experiences. Many of us have lived to regret sending off an email or text without taking the extra minute to make sure it's without typos. Nothing compares to that moment of profound panic right when you hit "send" and realize what you've done. 

People on Twitter share their most embarrassing work emails | tweet by Some Organised Chaos @ChaosSome Replying mo87mo87 My manager pointed out after 3 years my working there had spelt 'library' as 'libary my email signature
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