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Couple Goals With A Side Order Of Humor

Life is tough, and sometimes things can get pretty stressful. Having a partner who can be by your side and laugh through the tough times can make the things that much more bearable. These couples have certainly mastered the art of finding humor in everyday things, and they are true couple goals! Scroll through and get some inspiration.

funny couples sense of humor in a relationship | My wife and I have kept this picture above our toilet for five years now. man and woman laughing in shock while looking down
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Adorable People Who Got Matching Tattoos With Their Parents

Getting a tattoo means you have something meaningful that you want to be inked into your skin forever. It's something that requires a lot of thought (unless you decided to get a tattoo when you were drunk on a night out) because, after all, it will be there for a very long time. And what is more meaningful than getting a matching tattoo with your parents, which bonds you for life? It's an incredible way to show your love for one another and your special connection. Check out these people who got matching tattoos with their parents, because they're giving us all the feels.

heartwarming pictures of people who got matching tattoos with their parents - thumbnail includes pictures of matching tattoos on arms | macaroni heart the first girl that stole my heart i'll always love you
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (September 19, 2020)

We're back with this week's top shower thoughts, aka the fleeting thoughts we have when we're doing the mundanest of things. Whether we're brushing our teeth, sitting in traffic, or spacing out during a boring meeting, our brains travel to far off places and come back with miniature epiphanies that blow our minds. Scroll through, be blown away, and then browse through last week's haul.






this weeks top shower thoughts | Text - O r/Showerthoughts · Posted by u/yetanotherblonde 5 days ago It must have taken men hours the remove the fifteen layers of clothing on their partner before sex in the 1800's. nsfw
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (September 12, 2020)

We're back with the top shower thoughts of the week. AKA, the weirdest, most random, and most mindblowing things that people thought about while standing in the shower. Or while sitting on the toilet. Or while lying in bed. Who knows. Anyway, scroll through and have your mind blown and then check out last week's top shower thoughts in case you missed them.

this weeks top shower thoughts - cover pic | r/Showerthoughts Posted by u/gashufferdude 5 days ago 2 Having kids is ultimate example free app takes lots app purchases succeed.
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (September 5, 2020)

Finally, it's the weekend, which can only mean one thing; it's time to kick back and scroll through this week's Top Shower Thoughts. Some consider them the most profound philosophical insights of the generation. Others view them as irrelevant ramblings. You can decide after you read through them, and once you're done, here are last weeks in case you missed them.

this weeks top shower thoughts - cover pic | shower thought about garbage bags not being biodegradable a design flaw
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Guy Trapped In Bedroom For 12 Hours, Hiding From GF's Parents

I distinctly remember being a teenager and making up all sorts of lies and excuses to my parents, so I could sneak out and see my boyfriend at the time. Although we would only hang out in his car or the park, the thrill of knowing my parents would disapprove of him made it all the more exciting, and I was more willing to take risks to see him. That's just the way teenagers are wired (right?), and I know I wasn't the only one doing it. All my friends had a secret older boyfriend at some stage or another. But at some point, the risks are not worth the rewards when it comes to sneaking around to see your sweetheart. One guy painfully learned this lesson after getting stuck hiding in his girlfriend's bedroom for 12 hours, so her strict parents wouldn't see him. He documented the whole saga on the popular subreddit, TIFU (Think I F*cked Up). Check it out below; it's a fantastic tale of endurance, and it's pretty funny too.

guy stuck in girlfriends bedroom for 12 hours hiding from her parents | Posted by u/sugohfu 3 months ago ?2 3 6 2 7 TIFU by hiding my girlfriend's room her strict Asian parents suddenly came home Long time Reddit reader, first time making an account because am currently stuck my girlfriends room while she and her family are having dinner downstairs haven't eaten since morning nor showered and need take sh't.
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Wife Demands Husband Turn Down 'Dream Job' At Risk Of Her Career, Or She'll Divorce Him

A big part of marriage, and relationships in general, is being able to make compromises for the other person. The mutual love and respect you have for your partner is the glue that holds you together and helps you get through those tricky give-and-take moments in your relationship. But sometimes things aren't so straight forward, and it's not clear who should give and who should take. One woman posted on the popular AITA thread on Reddit, wondering if she was the a**hole for asking her husband to give up his dream job because it would risk her career. At first glance, you might think so, because whose job comes first; hers or his? But as she explains the situation, it becomes apparent that he was prepared to sabotage her very high-paying niche career for a job that paid less than half her salary, and that he applied for behind her back. Everyone jumped to her defense, explaining very clearly how she is not the a**hole and that she should proceed with divorce proceedings, as advised by her company. Read through her post and the comments below and decide for yourself who is in the wrong. Although it's pretty clear what the answer is.

wife demands husband turn down his dream job which will risk her entire career | Posted by u/ThrowRa67129ka90ma 5 days ago 3 8 14 2 23 4 10 8 AITA asking my husband turn down his dream job my career? Not hole going be vague privacy reasons, sorry 33F) am breadwinner our household have multiple, highly specialized degrees niche industry make 200k with potential get 600-M's range. My company has not been hit badly by COVID, so most us have kept our jobs, but held strict standards.
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (August 29, 2020)

In case you've been having a hard week, know that there are people out there who have had it worse. Some people have been busy figuring out the meaning of life, the universe, and our existence, all from their showers' comfort. Yes, that's right, we're back with this week's top shower thoughts, and they're as deep as ever. Check them out, and when you're done, head over to last week's gems and expose yourself to even more philosophical genius. 

this weeks top shower thoughts - cover pic | shower thought about foods going stale and soft | r/Showerthoughts Posted by u/sterlingowl Foods are supposed be hard e. crunchy/crispy) turn soft stale. Foods are supposed be soft turn hard stale.
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People Tell Their Remarkable 'Butterfly Effect' Stories

The 'butterfly effect' is a well-known metaphor derived from the original question, "Does the flap of a butterfly's wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas?" It is to describe the phenomenon that small causes, events or incidents can have meaningful and consequential effects. Life is full of these moments, which are often only realized long after the event has happened. Whether you believe in God, fate, or coincidence, some things defy logic or explanation. Redditers shared some of their lifechanging and phenomenal 'butterfly effect' stories, and honestly, they're giving me chills. What are your crazy 'butterfly effect' stories?

people tell 'butterfly effect' stories - cover pic story about pregnat woman not getting on bus which fell off cliff | ImaginaryxDoll 23.7k points 1 year ago S Pregnant cousin usually takes bus at around 5:10pm after work. She about hop inside bus but she needed pee really badly and commute is about an hour long so she decided go restroom instead and just catch next bus 5:10 bus ended up falling cliff.
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Man Thinks It's Too Soon To Move In With Pregnant GF, Causes Uproar

Having unprotected sex is fun and games until you end up with an unplanned pregnancy. Of course, having a baby is a blessing and a gift and something to be treasured. Still, when it comes as a surprise (aka a mistake), it forces you to recalibrate your future and embrace the responsibilities of parenthood perhaps earlier than you might have wanted to. I guess the age-old adage of "don't be silly, wrap your willy" is correct. Ideally, both parents should embrace the challenge of parenthood equally, however, some men try playing the "I'm not ready for fatherhood" card to shirk parental responsibility and carry on living a single lifestyle. Of course, these men are idiots, especially those who didn't wear a condom during sex.  

One guy on Reddit's r/AmITheAsshole thread got himself in this exact situation and has caused somewhat of an uproar upon asking if he was the ahole. In short, he didn't use a condom during sex (by his own admission) got his GF of eight months pregnant, and then claimed he felt it was too early for them to move in together to raise the baby. He admits that his friends and family think he's a massive tool, and it sounds like his GF is sick of his sh*t. I would be too! But it's safe to say that 99% of Redditers agree with them, and lay into the OP pretty hard. What do you think of the situation? Is he the ahole?

man wants to know if he's the asshole for not wanting to move in with his pregnant GF of 8 months | AITA not letting my girlfriend move with despite her being pregnant dated eight months before she got pregnant. She's currently 14 weeks and has decided keep baby. sill feel our relationship is too new us move together even though going be parents like her lot and can see lot potential this relationship, but just not sure yet where see us long term. Moving together doesn't feel right at this point
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Redditors Reveal: What Would Be in The Museum of 2020

I know it, you know it, everybody knows it: 2020 has been a strange year. And it's not even finished yet, so god only help us with what's to come. The reality is that kids will be learning about 2020 in history class in the not-too-distant-future, and they'll be asking a lot of questions about what went down. And while we may not have the answers, a 2020 museum might. And no good museum is complete without a gift shop for parents to buy kids a bunch of expensive useless crap they'll break after two minutes and never use again. Redditers hypothesize about what would be on sale at this 2020 museum gift shop, and the answers are both depressing and hilarious at the same time.  

reddit thread of what would be in a 2020 museum gift shop - cover pic describing fun things that would all be cancelled and only return half the money | jellyfishrunner 172 points 1 day ago Lots really exciting things, like vouchers skydives, holidays etc. But once buy get an email rescheduling one month on, every month, until 's cancelled, and get half money back.
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Redditers Reveal Tiny Things Which Instantly Ruin Their Day

All it takes is waking up on the wrong side of the bed, and your day is ruined. The sky could be blue, and the sun could be shining, but if you wake up in a bad mood, even the smallest thing can set you off, and Redditers are sharing the tiny things ruin their day as soon as it happens. From getting a mosquito bite to realizing there's no more milk left for your cereal, all the small, relatable moments in life that p*ss us all off is here. Scroll down and relate hard!

Reddit thread of tiny things that happen which ruin peoples day - cover pic wet socks "stepping in water or any liquid with socks on"
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (August 22, 2020)

Your weekly catch of the best Shower Thoughts is as good as ever and provides the usual insight into the mind of the Average Joe. I'm always torn between deciding whether it's pure genius or pure stupidity, but it's certainly something to get your brain juices flowing. So scroll through, educate yourself (unlikely), and then check out last week's haul in case you missed it.

this weeks top shower thoughts - cover pic | r/Showerthoughts Posted by u/Chaosxmanticore15 4 days ago Harry Potter fine sending his children school where he almost died every year
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People Love Showering With Oranges And I'm Confused

As you're probably well aware by now, the internet never fails to surprise, shock, and amuse. But if we had to pick one place where the best of the weird and the wonderful come together, it's Reddit. There is genuinely a subReddit on anything and everything, including, as it turns out, a community of people who eat oranges in the shower. Yes, you read that correctly. There are people who choose to eat citrus fruit in the shower because, well, I'm not sure why. Maybe they get less sticky that way? Perhaps it truly enhances one's cleansing experience, and we've been doing it wrong all these years. Anyway, here is a selection of people eating oranges in the shower. You're welcome, I guess. 

pictures of people showering with oranges - cover pic man in shower holding two oranges and a glass and a couple in shower holding an orange
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Top Weekly Shower Thoughts (August 13, 2020)

It's that time of the week again, where we serve you the most profound and philosophical thoughts that your fellow humans had while in the shower. Yes, that's right; it's this week's top shower thoughts. Please scroll through and be blown away by the simultaneous genius and stupidity, and then check out last weeks, just in case you missed them.

this weeks top shower thoughts - cover pic shower thought about how we were once equally sperm and egg | r/Showerthoughts Posted by u/ThisCityWantsMeDead 4 days ago all have preconceived" view ourselves as having been just sperm at some point, but were also egg exact same extent.
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Pettiest Things People Did After A Breakup

Breakups can bring out the petty side in us - when a relationship ends badly, it's reasonable and expected to want to get a one-up over our exes. Sensible? No. But a natural human instinct? Yes. And anyone who says otherwise has never had their heart ripped out of their chest. Am I right?

A Reddit thread has asked people what the pettiest things they've done after a breakup are, and the answers are hilarious. From faking positive pregnancy tests to signing their exes up to porn websites, it's all here to sink your teeth into.

Stories of pettiest Things People Did After A Breakup - cover pic story about changing HBO password so ex couldn't watch Game of Thrones | MultinucleateClub 16.7k points 1 year ago waited until fifteen minutes before new season game thrones started change password on my hbo account knew he still using.
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