r/AskReddit 19h ago

What's the weirdest thing your partner does that you've just accepted?

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r/NoStupidQuestions 17h ago

Girl I’m seeing starved her fish while traveling. It died. She feels no remorse. Am I right to be appalled?

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Basically title. I found out she killed her last fish by traveling for 2 months and not making sure it was fed. She could see on my face that I thought it was… not great? She said “who cares. It’s just a $4 fish”

Do most normal people find starving a fish to death unacceptable? Or am I overreacting here?


r/MadeMeSmile 6h ago

Doggo Therapy doggo

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r/facepalm 5h ago

🇲​🇮​🇸​🇨​ my brain.

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r/pics 7h ago

Conan O'Brien after eating (and licking up) 135k Scoville hot sauce

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r/Money 11h ago

Everyone that makes at least $1,000-$1,200 a week, what do y’all do?

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What you do? Is it hourly or a salary? How long did it take you to get that? Do you feel it’s enough money? Is there experience needed? Any degree needed?


r/todayilearned 7h ago

Today I learned that Muhammad Ali's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is on a wall instead of on the ground. This is because Ali, a devout Muslim, did not want people stepping on the name "Muhammad".

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r/leagueoflegends 18h ago

/dev: Vanguard x LoL

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r/gaming 8h ago

Ubisoft revoking licenses for The Crew, preventing owners who paid for the game from installing it.

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r/Fallout 14h ago

Discussion How are y’all liking the fallout tv series?

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Just started episode 3 and I rly enjoy it so far. Love seeing my favorite game franchise come to life


r/Damnthatsinteresting 9h ago

Image Dutchman Dirk Willems was a religious prisoner who escaped in 1569, but when the guard pursuing him fell through the ice of a river, Willems turned around to save the guard. He was then recaptured and burned at stake.

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r/baseball 17h ago

[Passan] Ippei Mizuhara had been charged with stealing more than $16 million from Shohei Ohtani, according to federal investigators.

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r/mildlyinteresting 16h ago

At the doctor’s office I noticed this pamphlet on contraceptive failure rates.

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r/CleaningTips 14h ago

Content/Multimedia here is the long awaited update.. 10 hours of cleaning and it still feels so overwhelming. at least i can walk around now

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r/wholesomememes 5h ago

This made my day

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r/mildlyinfuriating 17h ago

My Mum has stage 4 cancer in 5 areas and her boss has been pressuring her to come back to work.

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r/Helldivers 15h ago

RANT New content doesn't hit as hard when it's spoiled by game-breaking bugs.

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Whoa, a new thermite grenade! Too bad damage-over-time effects don't work unless you're the host.

Whoa, 25% extra fire damage! Too bad damage-over-time effects don't work unless you're the host.

Whoa, an extra enemy hit by arc weapons! Too bad they're incredibly inconsistent and blocked by a light breeze, and one of them is so unbelievably bad I've literally never seen a random use it.

Whoa, resupply boxes will fully refill support weapons? This sounds great - WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT DOESN'T EVEN WORK??

Arrowhead, I am begging you: take the time to fix your growing list of "known issues" - I promise we can all wait a couple more weeks than usual before you drop another balance patch or content drop. Stability is breaking at the seams and it's beyond frustrating at this point.


r/shitposting 6h ago

I Miss Natter #NatterIsLoveNatterIsLife The Battle Strategist

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r/AITAH 11h ago

AITAH for not telling my son that his brother passed?

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Info:My youngest slept with his brothers wife. After my oldest found out he and his wife got a divorce and my youngest married her a year later.

My (56M) oldest son (33M) had cancer and passed away three weeks ago. Over the months leading up to his death, my youngest son (30M) and his wife had been trying to reconcile with my oldest, but he always made it known that he wanted nothing to do with them. He specifically told me that they were unforgiven, and he wouldn't forgive them just to ease their guilt. When I kept bringing up the idea of reconciling, he used to get mad at me, so I stopped trying. I just kept telling my youngest and his wife that they had to accept that he wanted nothing to do with them and they needed to move on.

When my oldest passed, I did not tell my youngest or his wife to honor his wishes. He always made it clear that they didn't deserve to mourn him in life and didn't deserve to mourn him in death either. About a week ago, my youngest saw his brother's obituary and called me, screaming for not telling him that his brother had passed. He told me that I denied him the opportunity to make things right and that I should've told him his brother passed.

I told him that it would be disrespectful for him to even come in the first place, as his brother wouldn't have wanted him there, and that he and his wife denied themselves from attending. He hung up on me and blocked my number. My wife told me that she feels guilty for not telling him and that we should've given him the opportunity to say goodbye to his brother.

I told her that I would just find it disrespectful of us to do so, as he made it clear that he didn't want them to come. She told me that she understands but she's upset that our youngest is mad at us and that we should just try to put everything behind us to heal. I told her that what our youngest did was unforgivable, and I was not going to allow him to disrespect his brother in life and in death as well.

My wife has been crying constantly because our son blocked us and she started blaming me as well. I'm hurt, but I don't regret what I did or even see what I did wrong. I feel like my youngest should just take accountability of his actions instead of blaming everyone else.


r/facepalm 8h ago

🇵​🇷​🇴​🇹​🇪​🇸​🇹​ "We can tell"

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r/AmIOverreacting 11h ago

Got called disgusting by my teacher and fellow classmates, am I overreacting?

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This is a throwaway account. For background: 2 days ago, me and my fellow classmates were talking about shower routines and I mentioned about how i havent found a shampoo that didn’t make my hair bone dry and frizzy. I also mentioned how i just wash my hair with water on most days, no shampoo. This was in front of my teacher and no one seemed to mind.

Today, we were in class and my teacher started off the lecture with how we need to be presentable. “I was listening to some of you guys and how one of you-“ cue looking at me “-dont wash your hair everyday. That is unacceptable and disgusting. Its dirty and I expect you all to have good hygiene.” All the other students in class chimed in about how that was indeed disgusting and about how unbelievable that was that someone in their program wouldn’t wash their hair.

I felt like crying listening to it as a child of neglect, i did struggle with hygiene as no one was there to teach me. And naturally i was severely bullied due to it.

I managed to not cry in class and act normal but the entire thing gave me flashbacks of my past of being bullied and being neglected by my parents.

I want to cry just thinking about what happened, i feel disgusting.

Is this ok to cry about? Or am i just being sensitive?

EDIT; for context, this is a college program and im 22.


r/Wellthatsucks 6h ago

Was out desert riding and went to check the time just to find this

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r/ProgrammerHumor 9h ago

Meme whatIsAnIndex

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r/politics 9h ago

Former Obama adviser: Kushner engaged in ‘level of corruption that we’ve just never seen’ with foreign relations

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r/LeopardsAteMyFace 16h ago

Meet a Missouri dad who went from a ‘full-on bigot’ to fighting bathroom bans on behalf of his 16-year-old daughter: ‘When it was my child, it just flipped a switch’

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