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Husband Refuses To Look At Wife's 'Desperate' Boudoir Photos, Internet Scolds Him

The internet is full of people who make you say "WTF," and this guy is undoubtedly one of them. He posted on the subreddit Am I The A-Hole, explaining how he thought the surprise professional boudoir photos his wife had taken for him were "desperate" and indicative of the midlife crisis he suspected she was having. This absolute gem of a husband explained how his "aging" 41-year-old wife looks starkly different from "everybody else in our group of mid to late thirties people," adding, "Frankly I don't think the boudoir photos make her any more or less flattering... a quick glance at them did nothing for me."

Ummm, OK. First off, any change in appearance over two or three years at that age is negligible. Anyone sensible knows that. So, this guy's delusional views on what women should look like are already painting a picture of the type of person he is. Secondly, his poor wife, who quite clearly feels insecure about her body (probably because of her dckwad of a husband who makes her feel like total sht), was looking for a confidence boost. His reaction is at best indifferent, and at worst, feeding and magnifying all her insecurities, making her feel like total sht. As you probably guessed, Redditors unanimously voted him an a*hole. Please scroll down for his story and to see the comments people left him. Spoiler: they didn't hold back.

husband refuses to look at wife's boudoir photos and intenet calls him an asshole | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/thorwayayawn 13 days ago 3 AITA for telling my wife I don't want to look at her boudoir photos? Asshole My wife is two years older than me. She's 41 now and I think she knows that she's been aging. Even though she takes reasonably good care of herself, it's pretty stark how she looks and how everybody else in our group of mid to late thirties people look.
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Professor Shames Mom For Breastfeeding During Zoom Class, Internet Is Livid

As the coronavirus lockdown measures enter its eighth month, many parents have had to adjust to a new work-life balance. Working or studying from home while looking after your children isn't easy for anyone, and quite frankly, parents deserve a medal for keeping their families functioning during these difficult times. But it seems that some moms still can't catch a break, even in this 'new normal' way of living.

Marcella Mares, a California mom to a ten-month-old baby, was shamed by her professor for breastfeeding during an online class. She expressed her disappointment in a Facebook post, together with a picture showing her breastfeeding while studying (what a superhero!). Before the incident, her professor informed her and her fellow Fresno City College students that in order to receive credit for attending the class, they were required to keep their cameras and microphones on. Marcella emailed him, expressing that she was happy to do so but that she "Might need to turn them off to feed my daughter from time to time". Instead of her professor being understanding of her situation, he replied, "That's not what you should be doing during class. Do that on your own time."

After ignoring his shocking response, she opened the zoom class, where her professor announced, "I got this really weird email from a student stating she needed to do inappropriate things during lecture time. You guys need to understand that you have priorities now, and you need to put all those distractions aside or be creative when your child needs you and give your full attention in my class."

Of course, his response was utterly inappropriate, leaving Marcella feeling heartbroken and with no choice but to take the appropriate action against him and his clear discrimination. I can't imagine he is a parent himself, or he would have understood the kick-a** job this mother was doing by balancing parenthood with furthering her education. Breastfeeding is a natural and beautiful thing and not something that can be 'time-managed'.  When your baby is hungry, that's when you breastfeed and to be shamed into choosing between feeding your baby and getting an education is, quite frankly, shocking, especially in the current circumstances. Luckily, the internet jumped to Marcella's defense, leaving her hundreds of supportive comments. Check out her post and some of the responses below.

Mom shamed by professor for breastfeeding during online class | thumbnail included picture of mom breastfeeding Text - I didn't want to post this picture because I just wanted it for me but I just wanted to show that I CAN focus in class WHILE breastfeeding my child
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Awkward Things Which Take 'Awkward' To A New Level

Life is full of awkward moments, so there's no need to go and embarrass yourself for no reason. But these people didn't get the memo, so they went ahead and did it anyway, and got shamed on the internet ruthlessly. Check out the cringe-worthy awkward moments these individuals got themselves into, which ended up benefiting you!

people who embarrassed themselves on the internet in really awkward moments | Text - If you were 32 weeks pregnant, and your spouse posts a meme in a private group that you're not in, that says "I only date antivaxxers because you only have to pay child support for 8 years instead of 18" What would your thoughts be? He says it's not about me
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Bakery Writes Internet Trolls’ Insults On Cakes, Then Sends Them Back To Trolls

Internet trolls are some of the worst people out there. They are essentially cyberbullies who hide behind screens, projecting their insecurities onto other people by sending hateful messages. The most common approach we are taught when it comes to bullying is to ignore, ignore, ignore, and not give them the attention they are looking for. But one New York City-based bakery is taking a different approach to cyberbullies and is killing them with kindness instead. And by kindness, we mean cake.

Troll Cakes is a bakery that bakes chocolate chip brownie cakes iced with a troll's insult, which they then send to the troll, complete with a screenshot of the original post, after tracking down the troll's address. The aim is to remind them of the awful comment they left online, make them feel bad about it, but also give them a sweet treat they'll never forget. If only they added something into the brownie batter to make them think twice about leaving their next nasty comment! Please scroll down for some hilarious examples of their cakes.

Cakes with Internet Trolls’ Written on top - thumbnail includes two pictures of cakes | WAIT TIL YOU BOTH GO TO HELL | ARE AN UGLY EXCUSE HUMAN
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Some Of The Internet's Most Creative T-Shirt Pairs

When it comes to clever one-liners and witty statements, it turns out T-shirt designers are pretty talented. Whether it's parents, husbands, wives, or kids, it's easy to make people laugh just by looking at what's written on your front or back. These people found super creative ways to show off their sense of honor through their clothing. So scroll through and chuckle with us!

tshirt pairing creative internet reddit etsy writing design | man in a shirt that reads CTRL+C holding a baby in a CTRL+V shirt | family where all members wearing different shirts Blueprint Encore Original Remix Mic Drop Replay
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People Roasting Disney Villains On The Internet

If you didn't grow up with Disney, you didn't have a childhood. There, I said it. 

And although everyone has their favorite Disney hero, we all secretly have our favorite Disney villain. The ones we love to hate. Whether it's Jafar, Scar, or an evil stepmother, there are a few classic baddies who made our childhoods what they were. But no one ever really calls them out on the manipulative behaviors that we took as a given. Until now. Below are a collection of ruthless roasts on our favorite Disney villains. How many do you agree with?

roasting disney villains internet twitter tumblr cartoons | Nix E. Harrow @AlixEHa'row if jafar had simply paid aladdin fairly for his services rather than backstabbing him he could've had it ALL in the first 20 minutes of the movie. pay your freelancers
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Liars Who Got Shamefully Called Out On The Internet

You can pretty much claim anything on the internet, whether it's the truth or total nonsense. Most times, you can get away with posting false information, but sometimes you'll get called out on your bullsh*t, like the people below. And when it happens publically, there's no coming back from such a public roasting. 

liars called out internet shameful liar roast public | Replying No, our universities infested with Communists went my sons graduation U O Eugene. His history professor started off his speech hate America 10:29 PM 12/12/19 witter iPhone 1d v Replying am chair history department at University Oregon and conduct our graduation ceremonies. This did not happen. 8 27 17 155
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Savage Comments On The Internet That Bring The Heat

Some of the finest, wittiest and just plain savage comments we've come across on the internet. You might need to cool off after reading these comebacks because they truly bring the heat! 

Enjoy 35 of the best comments we've seen!

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Woman Receives Ugly Engagement Ring And Asks The Internet For Advice

Getting engaged is a huge step in many people's lives. But, what do you do when you receive a ring that you absolutely hate? Does it make you a terrible person if you hate your engagement ring and want to exchange it for a new one? Well, one woman asked the Internet what she should do after she received what may possibly be the ugliest engagement ring we've ever seen. The woman shared her story on Reddit–saying that she was so excited to get engaged to her boyfriend of 5 years. Except, of course, one tiny little detail–she hates her ring. Here is what the funny people on the internet had to say about it. 

woman gets engaged and doesn't like the ring and the internet isn't having it
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