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People Throw Out Things That Are Perfectly Legal, But Inherently Creepy

Creepy is a hard concept to describe. What is creepy to one person, can be adorable to the next. Clowns, for example, used to be the go-to entertainment for children, and now they're basically only found on horror movie posters, or in fast food restaurant commercials — Yep, we're talking about you, Ronald.

Are creepy things inherently wrong? Or just uncomfortable? We all have the potential to be creepy, it really just depends on who we're talking to and how often we blink our eyes.

People Throw Out Things That Are Perfectly Legal, But Inherently Creepy| thumbnail text - RevolutionaryBasket7 · 5h Placing your hand on a pregnant woman's belly 6 Reply 1 19 3 ...
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Rude Woman Snaps When Child Won't Stop Laughing During 'Quiet Lunch' At Chick-Fil-A

Not to be dramatic, but sometimes people literally forget that they're not the center of the universe. That their human experience is no more valid, nor significant than anyone else's. That nobody owes them a damn thing because put plainly, they are not the main character. Okay, this rant is over. But doesn't it just make your blood boil when people act so entitled? Well, then you'll love this Reddit story.

Rude Woman Snaps At Someone's Child To Stop Laughing During Her 'Quiet Lunch' At Chik-FIl-A| Thumbnail Text - r/AmltheAsshole u/MontanaLiving71916 • 13h AITA for "rudely" asking some guy to keep his kid quiet?
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Women Disclose Moments They Called Out And Shut Down Misogynists

Women are constantly talked down to, people look at us like we literally know nothing and then stroke their egos by going out of their way to mansplain the most basic of things to us. Often in these scenarios, it's just easier to sit there and let them make a fool out of themselves. But we all fantasize about calling them out and shutting down their BS. Is there anything more satisfying in this world than humiliating a misogynist? We'll wait.

Women Disclose Moments They Called Out And Shut Down Misogynists| thumbnail text - brilliant-soul 8 hours ago My lil brother is suuuuuper misogynistic, and used to freak out at me when I didn't shave. I told him for years I'd shave when he did, considering his legs were hairier than mine. He never did take me up on that offer tho.... 4 Vote Reply Share •..
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Girl Pawns Off Boyfriend's Family Heirloom After A Minor Disagreement

People really need to be more careful with family heirlooms. It's not the type of thing you can hand out to just anyone, it's only an heirloom for as long as it is in your possession. If it's a wedding ring, maybe wait until the wedding day to whip it out? Or better yet, wait even a few more years to make sure the vows really stuck.

In all seriousness, it's completely up to you what you do with something that is passed down in your family, but we hear so many stories of people making the wrong decisions with them. And, for lack of a better word, it all just sounds a bit awko-taco.

Girl Pawns Off Boyfriends Family Heirloom After She Suspects He's Cheating| thumbnai text- r/AmltheAsshole u/throwaway-helper38 · 9h 2 2 e 3 3 7 AITA for making daughter pay daughter's ex? Throwaway to keep this post away from my normal account
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People Reveal Their Nightmare Houseguests Who Outstayed Their Welcome

Having guests round means opening your home up to someone and hoping that they'll treat it with the respect they'd show their own house. Usually, that's the case, but sometimes, people go full-blown nightmare and act as if they've never been taught the rules of how to be a civilized houseguest. A Reddit thread asked people to share their stories of nightmare guests, and boy, oh boy, did they deliver. It's crazy how oblivious people can be—or how much they straight up don't care about someone else's space, and these individuals need to be named and shamed for their behavior.



people reveal how their nightmare houseguests outstayed their welcome | thumbnail text - Instead of asking where the toilet paper is, they let their kid wipe his ass with our guest towels.
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Bartenders Disclose What Your Drink Order Tells Them About You As A Person

Sometimes we put a lot of thought into what we order at the bar. Do we want something sweet? Salty? Citrus? Strong? Smokey? Cheap AF? If you're an indecisive queen you probably ask for a little bit of each category, or you just beg your friend to go ahead and order for you so you can avoid any kind of unneccesary social interaction. Whatever your tactic is, we don't judge you, but it appears that bartenders do.

Bartenders Disclose What Your Drink Order Tells Them About You As A Person| thumbnail text - FREAK_DOLPHIN_RAPE • 2y Vodka water with lime for the sorority girl who wants to cut calories, then drinks 8 of them and gets blackout pizza from the place next door. 498
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Manipulative Mom Expects Sister-In-Law To Cater Her Son's 1st Birthday Party For Free

It is really common to do favors for the people in our lives that we love and expect nothing in return. It's a part of being in a family or having unconditional love for someone. However, in order for something to be a 'favor,' it needs to be optional. It's totally unfair to force someone to volunteer to help you out, and especially uncool to constantly take advantage of their generosity. That's called manipulation people, and we are not about that life.

Manipulative Mom Expects Brother-In-Law To Cater Her Son's 1st Birthday Party For Free| Thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/ThrowAW19923 · 5h 1 1 AITA for not wanting to cook for SIL's son Birthday party? Throwaway for obvious reasons. Not a native speaker, so excuse me.
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Woman Shamed By Ex Mother-In-Law For Opening Front Door While Breastfeeding Her Baby

The thing people forget about babies is that they don't feed on a schedule; when they're hungry, they're hungry, and that's when you gotta whip out your boob (or a bottle), regardless of where you are or what you are doing. Sometimes it might not be the most comfortable, especially if you're breastfeeding, but hey, welcome to motherhood. Unfortunately, there are still people who think it's ok to shame mothers for breastfeeding in public, and those people deserve to be in their own hall of shame, especially other women. Because they're only further sexualizing women's bodies and shaming one of the purest forms of motherly love. A single mother posted on Reddit's Am I The A—hole herself in a situation when her ex's mother shamed her for 'exposing herself to the whole neighborhood,' when she answered the door to her,  mid-breastfeeding. Of course, Redditors had a lot to say about this toxic woman and defended the nursing mom, who, of course, did nothing wrong. #FreeTheNipple





Woman Shamed By Ex Mother-In-Law For Opening Front Door While Breastfeeding Her Baby | thumbnail text - Posted by u/aitabreadtboob 1 day ago 25e12 3 19. 23 2 AITA For not putting my door? boob away when I answered the Not the A-hole I'm a single mom with an eighteen month old and a three week old, both on breast milk. Oldest is feeding up to five or six times a day, and baby is feeding every two to three hours, sometimes more often. Basically, my boobs are no longer my property, and wearing anyt
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Guy Trapped In Bedroom For 12 Hours, Hiding From Girlfriend'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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Entitled Mom Expects Sister To Watch Her Kids Every Time She Runs To A New Hookup

One of the best parts of having a big family when you start having kids is all of the help and support you can receive. Single mothers could especially benefit from a helping hand every once in a while. It's normal to ask for help but to demand or expect it unconditionally sounds more like entitlement. Everybody has their own life and it is not fair to constantly put people in compromising positions just because you feel overwhelmed.

Entitled Mom Expects Sister To Watch Her Kids Every Time She Runs To A New Hookup| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/TakeOnMeTakeMeHigh · 1d AITA for refusing to babysit for my sister? Not the A-hole
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Woman Catches Creepy Male Roommate On Camera Trying On Her Panties

Sharing a space with someone is a very intimate thing. it's important that even if you are very close friends, that you set certain boundaries to ensure that you feel safe and comfortable in your home. We can all relate to the random temptation we get sometimes to go into our roommate's room when they're not home. Sometimes out of curiosity, sometimes out of pure boredom. But we recognize that it's definitely an invasion of their privacy so we refrain from doing so... Well, at least most of us do.

Creepy Guy Caught On Camera Trying On All His Female Roommate's Panties| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/CavelsClosed • 10h 2 1 3 1 O 2 WIBTA for making my roommate pay to replace my panties?
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People Reveal Parts Of Their Body They're Embarrassed By For No Apparent Reason

Body image is a touchy topic for most people. Regardless of your gender identity, there is usually something on your body you feel less confident about. And it can be the most random part of your figure, and make no sense, but physical insecurities are usually not rational to begin with. Sometimes they're influenced by the media or the gaze of the opposite gender, but sometimes they just literally pop out of nowhere, Nobody has ever commented on it, but for whatever reason, you are still embarrassed. Isn't it fun that our brains are a little messed up like that? it just keeps things interesting.

People Reveal The Part Of Their Body They're Embarrassed Of For No Apparent Reason| thumbnail text - ifalatefa • 1d My calves are thick, but I walk a lot so what else are they going to do. And my breasts are very small, but I mean I don't get back pain from them so I should be grateful G Reply 64 3 ...
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The Weirdest Things Women Did To Fend-Off Creepy People

There are many different ways to deal with creepy people. A lot of the time we try to be kind because we don't want to anger them, but that can also give off the wrong message and make them think you enjoy their 'special attention.' You can try to ignore them as well, but they're usually not the best at picking up on social cues. Perhaps the best way is to go down the creepy route as well, to out-creep the creepers of the world. You might come off as insane, but at least you'll be left alone.

The Weirdest Things People Did To Creep Out Someone Who Was Creepy Towards Them| thumbnail text - whose_your_annie · 23h He asked for my Skype so I gave him the Skype address of another creep so they could creep each other out G Reply 600 ...
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Spoiled Son 'Disgusted' When Uncle Gifts Him An Android, Says He Refuses To Be Seen With It

Kids get all kinds of gadgets these days much quicker than they used to. It's kind of insane how pre-pubescent teens, children, even some toddlers have constant access to the internet, but that's the direction the world is going in we guess. There's not much you can really do as a parent to avoid it. You can either decide to raise your child without any electronics and then have them become envious of their friends or get them an iPad early on and supply them with an even shorter attention span for life. All you can really do is make it clear to them that it is a privilege to have such things, so they don't start expecting more and more.

Spoiled Son 'Disgusted' When Uncle Gifts Him An Android, Says He Refuses To Be Seen With it| thumbnail text -
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Wedding Moments That Made It Achingly Obvious It Wasn't Going To Work Out

Planning a wedding is a tremendous feat. The bigger the wedding, the more tedious decisions have to be made, and the couple has to prepare thoroughly for a bunch of different nightmare scenarios. One of the hardest parts, that you can really prepare for, is standing at the altar and wearing your heart on your sleeve as announce your love to a room full of observers. Obviously, these are your friends and family, and they want the best for you, but they are also watching closely af. So well, let's just say if you hate each other, you're probably not fooling anyone.

Wedding Moments That Made It Achingly Obvious It Wasn't Going To Work Out| thumbnail text - MyHandleisHandle · 1y When the priest equivalent said "You may kiss the bride" she turned so that it would be a kiss on the cheek. Even as a child that set off alarm bells. They have been divorced for a long time. 1 3.1k ...
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Divorced Woman Tells Widowed Friend She's Luckier Because Her Husband 'Flat-Out Died'

There are many different kinds of loss one can experience in their lifetime. You can lose a good friend due to a misunderstanding, or lose your temper after stubbing your toe, you can also lose your mind if both happen at the same time. Loss is a very disorienting feeling in any context. There's a lack of control in such situations, and we don't like the feeling of not being in control. Although all problems are relative, clearly there are some losses that are more permanent than others. Most people probably would agree that losing a husband due to a divorce is not the same as losing a husband due to death.

Divorced Woman Tells Widowed Friend She's Luckier Because Her Husband 'Flat-Out Died'| thumbnail text - - r/AmltheAsshole u/anonwidow321 • 10h K 1 2 6 e6 3 3 1 AITA for laughing when a "friend" told me I had it easier because my husband died and her soon to be ex is dating?
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