We all know a Karen... or if you work in retail, you've definitely been faced with one or two (hundred) over the years. You know, that crazy and entitlement person who has a superiority complex and demands to speak to the manager the first second they don't get their own way. A Reddit thread asking people to share the most "Karen" thing that someone ever did to them has produced some hilarious responses and we've compiled some of the best ones below.
Yikes. We've got some real foodisaster winners up in here!
To be fair, cooking can rather difficult and most people should be practicing their skills (you know who you are!), 'cause practice makes perfect!
On the other hand... a lot of these just seem like common sense.
Either way, we thoroughly enjoyed reading these and are thankful that even though we aren't that great of cooks... we know not to dump a can of spaghetti sauce into the boiling water.
Seriously? Why do women need their own pink glue sticks? How is that going to help anyone anywhere?
Here is a Twitter thread, by user @themouseyouknow, on completely and ridiculous products that have for some reason been given genders.
There's even a Twitter account, @genderproducts, dedicated to "collecting discoveries of unnecessarily gendered products from Twitter and around the world."
Wait...what? Did we really read that correctly?
Gizmodo has reported that teens on the popular TikTok app, are now dipping their "jewels" in soy sauce.
We don't really know where to begin on this one. Apparently, someone took a report from 2013, on a study that discovered not only the mouth is able to have taste receptors that are sensitive, but several parts of the body including the stomach, lungs, brain, and testicles are all sensitive to umami. Umami, the Business Insider defines it as "the amino acid taste of soy sauce."
So, there you have it. People are dipping their testicles into soy sauce to test out their taste receptors down there.
If by some reason you're compelled to look into these #soysaucechallenge... here you go.
Is it just us or are these viral challenges just getting more bizarre and icky?
"Time keeps on slippin', slippin', slippin'... into the future."
Time is moving forward so freaking fast and we CANNOT HANDLE IT. Seriously, if these 25 tweets don't freak you out even a little bit then you're either lying or having a full-blown panic attack and have yet to acknowledge it.
Don't worry, we're currently in the denial phase ourselves, and the panic attack is an ending wave crashing down on us. Not to sound dramatic or anything.
You'll read these complaints and think to yourself, "can people really be that dumb?" Unfortunately, If you've ever worked in hospitality you'd know that, yes, these are entirely plausible.
"No-one told us there would be fish in the water. The children were scared." Really? No one told you that their would be fish living in their natural habitat -- the water? Really?
Poptarts were THE snack when you were running late to school (which is always). That and Hot Pockets.
If you had a poptart with you, you can pretty much guarantee your friends will surround you and bother you just for a "small piece".
Poptarts always had really delicious flavors, most popularly: Raspberry, S'mores, and our personal favorite -- Brown Sugar Cinnamon.
But then again, we haven't tried ALL the flavors so its unfair to claim one as a favorite... First, we'll have to try the flavor below before deciding once and for all, which poptart flavor is the best.
Some of these are rather funny, and others hit us real hard in the feels. Not that their requests were "weird" but rather more heartbreaking and truthful.
The rest were weird. And even gross.
Redditor u/codywinters327 asked the AskReddit community, "Mall Santas of Reddit, what is the most disturbing, heart-wrenching or weirdest thing a child has asked you for?"
Just be prepared for a medley of different emotions coming at you!
Historical facts always take us on a wild ride! What makes it so darn interesting is that it's true! All these fact below aren't some made up fictional story.
Hitler was actually nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.
If that's not the most confusing/baffling thing you've ever heard then we simply don't believe you.
It's never too late to add some really weird Thanksgiving recipes to your dinner!
I know what most of you are thinking, "what the actual f*?" Don't you worry because you are definitely not alone! And here you probably thought your grandma's raisin addition to your cranberry sauce was already too much.
Be thankful for what you have.
Twitter user @mekosoff started a huge thread, filled with users sharing their weirdest Thanksgiving recipes and it's quite crazy to know these recipes even exist and even crazier that people out there are making them!
You know how many of us feel like we were born in the wrong era? Well, maybe this list of vintage cooking recipes will make us re-think that and make us real grateful to live in a day and age filled with tacos, noodles, pizza, and other delicious options.
Also, what in the world was with people back then and aspic's? Jellied-everything? No. Thank. You.
"The Good Wife's Guide" was originally published May 13th, 1955, in a magazine called, "Housekeeping Monthly."
As the title of the article suggests, these 18 bullet points is the guideline on how to be a "good wife." From nonstop house chores to pampering your husband and never ever questioning anything he says and does.
This article reminds us of another hilarious article from 1958 on how to find a husband.
Thank goodness times have changed because these 18 bullet points sound unbearable.
Story via Primer Magazine