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Doctors of Reddit, what was your dumbest r/Iamverysmart patient experience?
12843
What has someone done to you to make you never trust them again?
1107
What common practice has no actual purpose?
1045
What are the best songs if you replace the word “love” with “dick”?
1397
Redditors around the globe, what misconception do people have about your country?
848
What achievement do you want humanity to achieve before you die?
225
What screams, “I’m uneducated!”?
244
What’s the most spooky fact you know?
295
People who have lived under military dictatorships, how did you cope?
173
If life was a video game, what would the dlc be?
118
What’s something wrong you saw your parents doing as a kid, but didn’t realize it was wrong until you got older?
108
What are your go-to lines of dirty talk in the bedroom?
2243
What is the best case of a movie being better than the book?
134
What seemingly unimportant occupation would cause mayhem if the workers went on strike?
860
What's your favourite dinosaur and why?
175
How were you introduced to reddit?
92
Redditors who have been involved with cooking competition shows like Chopped, what are some interesting behind the scenes secrets?
4166
Twins of Reddit, what's the craziest experience of "Twin Telepathy" you and your twin have had?
24342
What legal thing would you ban if you could?
71
What still has a stigma surrounding it but shouldn't?
150
Why did you choose your hobby?
92
The ultimate speed date. You have ONE question to give you an idea of what that person is like. What would YOU ASK?
582
What's a meme song you actually started to like?
142
For people with anxiety or depression, what’s an inexpensive hobby to distract yourself with?
57
What are rich people forms of entertainment?
29
If Half of Blink 182 is Wink 91, what would the Half Name be of other stuff ?
64
Married men, how often do you touch your wife's boobs?
33
[Serious] People who are dating/are married to someone with a mental illness, how do you manage and what do you wish more people knew?
74
If a camera crew followed you around for a day making a short documentary about your life, what would it look like?
41
What’s something people don’t worry about but really should?
5712
What's the most WTF thing you saw at someone's house that they thought was normal?
52
[Serious] Would you date a disabled person? What kinds of disabilities are fine vs no-gos?
35703
What's a joke so stupid that's it's funny?
3086
What is the sluttiest thing that you have ever done that no-one knows?
671
Who got rewarded for doing a bad job?
23
What is one thing everyone can do to improve themselves?
178
What made you realize "I'm not a main character in this story"?
1223
What food do you eat in a different manner than it is traditionally eaten?
27
In what ways do the youth of today have it good/bad?
19
What's the worse thing about having boobs?
1529 DarthWriter Throwing tantrums in stores. The only difference is that the adults tend to just yell and swear at retail workers just doing their jobs.
5176 Mon_kee1 Not admitting to being wrong, or to lying.
725 crustdrunk Saying "I'm the kind of person who just can't -do- drama" And then proceeding to make drama in every single situation
7046 Kymer72 Cutting in line.
13900 heylook_itsnick The all too familiar “if I complain loud enough, the manager will Have to give me what I want.” Childish retail customers are the absolute worst.
2252 chrisms150 Throwing garbage into parking lots / side of roads..
480 [deleted] Can't seem to treat people who are different to them as people with all the same concerns and stress they have
2999 Thatonedude25 Not being able to accept the consequences for their actions
8899 nigeldog Blaming their mistakes on other people.
5720 smoked_alpaca Pouting in a highly visible way because you didn't get what you wanted, or someone hasn't treated you right.
616 TheRealGunn Being totally unwilling to admit fault. It's expected (shitty) behavior for kids, if you're a grown ass man and can't admit when you're wrong, just know that literally everyone thinks you're a cunt.
5981 internationalT Workplace bullying Matter of fact, there's a guy at my office who's proud that he's made people cry in the past. Idfk how people like this even get hired.
2408 Mr_Abe_Froman Taking criticism as an insult.
2052 CarbineGuy Some adults literally just never grow out of their attitudes or entitlement. I’m a Valet, and a lot of times I’m running around when I work alone and I’m not near the entrance to my restaurant. Anyway, I’ll have two people come out front while I’m away and I don’t necessarily know who’s first. It doesn’t take me more than maybe 30 seconds to get a car, but if one adult sees another hand me their ticket first, they’ll get visibly upset and start acting like “no, it’s *FINE*, I’ll wait” and it just makes the entire encounter awkward. You’re adults. I’m not around. You guys figure out who’s first, just be nice. It’s not that hard. EDIT: Holy shit, I've never seen so many arm chair valets come out of the wood work on reddit to tell me *"Just ask who's next!"*. **I do.** Not sure how many times I have to say it here. Like I've said, not every adult is paying attention or is completely rational like everyone here. This isn't a common occurrence, but it happens.
2570 oliveinthishouse Sulking on someone else's big day (birthday/wedding etc)
3478 TastesLikeManSpirit Not being able to discard the first piece of information they get if it proves untrue or circumstances change. IE "YOU SAID WE WERE GOING TO DISNEY WORLD TODAY, I DONT CARE THAT AUNTY MARIE DIED AND THE FUNERAL USED UP THE MONEY, YOU SAID WE WERE GOING! YOU SAID YOU SAID YOU SAID!"
7328 sirchuckoftron Impatience. It makes me physically uncomfortable whenever I see an adult lose their mind over trivial shit. Like: -Having to wait more than five minutes for their coffee at Starbucks. There's like 50 people in here and one person making the drinks. Chill out. -Guy threw his fish fillet at the cashier in McDonalds because there was cheese on it. In the time it took you to: storm through the door, analyze the area, acquire a target, and throw your sandwich at them you could've just peeled the fucking cheese off yourself and gone about your day. -Yelled at a waitress for spilling a drink (on the floor). For starters, I doubt the waitress woke up that day hoping to spill a drink just to piss you off. Secondly, it it wasn't like it was spilled on you. Third, it took all of five minutes for them to make you another drink. Fourth, it's not like you were charged for the spilled drink. Again, calm your silly ass down. Sorry for the rant, but this is a real pet peeve of mine. Edit: thanks for the gold stranger!
1826 Ike_Snopes Whining
2812 ducks-everywhere Acting as though the entire world revolves around them. Eg they play their music with the volume at 5000, you politely ask them to turn it down, they throw a fucking hissy fit and say they're an adult and can do whatever they want, trying to pick a fight. Source: have white trash neighbor
1525 0 DarthWriter Throwing tantrums in stores. The only difference is that the adults tend to just yell and swear at retail workers just doing their jobs.
5178 0 Mon_kee1 Not admitting to being wrong, or to lying.
728 0 crustdrunk Saying "I'm the kind of person who just can't -do- drama" And then proceeding to make drama in every single situation
7044 0 Kymer72 Cutting in line.
13891 0 heylook_itsnick The all too familiar “if I complain loud enough, the manager will Have to give me what I want.” Childish retail customers are the absolute worst.
2246 0 chrisms150 Throwing garbage into parking lots / side of roads..
480 0 [deleted] Can't seem to treat people who are different to them as people with all the same concerns and stress they have
2993 0 Thatonedude25 Not being able to accept the consequences for their actions
8893 0 nigeldog Blaming their mistakes on other people.
5724 0 smoked_alpaca Pouting in a highly visible way because you didn't get what you wanted, or someone hasn't treated you right.
622 0 TheRealGunn Being totally unwilling to admit fault. It's expected (shitty) behavior for kids, if you're a grown ass man and can't admit when you're wrong, just know that literally everyone thinks you're a cunt.
5975 0 internationalT Workplace bullying Matter of fact, there's a guy at my office who's proud that he's made people cry in the past. Idfk how people like this even get hired.
2404 0 Mr_Abe_Froman Taking criticism as an insult.
2052 0 CarbineGuy Some adults literally just never grow out of their attitudes or entitlement. I’m a Valet, and a lot of times I’m running around when I work alone and I’m not near the entrance to my restaurant. Anyway, I’ll have two people come out front while I’m away and I don’t necessarily know who’s first. It doesn’t take me more than maybe 30 seconds to get a car, but if one adult sees another hand me their ticket first, they’ll get visibly upset and start acting like “no, it’s *FINE*, I’ll wait” and it just makes the entire encounter awkward. You’re adults. I’m not around. You guys figure out who’s first, just be nice. It’s not that hard. EDIT: Holy shit, I've never seen so many arm chair valets come out of the wood work on reddit to tell me *"Just ask who's next!"*. **I do.** Not sure how many times I have to say it here. Like I've said, not every adult is paying attention or is completely rational like everyone here. This isn't a common occurrence, but it happens.
2573 0 oliveinthishouse Sulking on someone else's big day (birthday/wedding etc)
3476 0 TastesLikeManSpirit Not being able to discard the first piece of information they get if it proves untrue or circumstances change. IE "YOU SAID WE WERE GOING TO DISNEY WORLD TODAY, I DONT CARE THAT AUNTY MARIE DIED AND THE FUNERAL USED UP THE MONEY, YOU SAID WE WERE GOING! YOU SAID YOU SAID YOU SAID!"
7323 0 sirchuckoftron Impatience. It makes me physically uncomfortable whenever I see an adult lose their mind over trivial shit. Like: -Having to wait more than five minutes for their coffee at Starbucks. There's like 50 people in here and one person making the drinks. Chill out. -Guy threw his fish fillet at the cashier in McDonalds because there was cheese on it. In the time it took you to: storm through the door, analyze the area, acquire a target, and throw your sandwich at them you could've just peeled the fucking cheese off yourself and gone about your day. -Yelled at a waitress for spilling a drink (on the floor). For starters, I doubt the waitress woke up that day hoping to spill a drink just to piss you off. Secondly, it it wasn't like it was spilled on you. Third, it took all of five minutes for them to make you another drink. Fourth, it's not like you were charged for the spilled drink. Again, calm your silly ass down. Sorry for the rant, but this is a real pet peeve of mine. Edit: thanks for the gold stranger!
1834 0 Ike_Snopes Whining
2814 0 ducks-everywhere Acting as though the entire world revolves around them. Eg they play their music with the volume at 5000, you politely ask them to turn it down, they throw a fucking hissy fit and say they're an adult and can do whatever they want, trying to pick a fight. Source: have white trash neighbor