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Man Ends Party at His House After Finding Out People Cooked Fish When He’s Deathly Allergic
Hosting gatherings at your home should be an exciting event. Although there's some stress involved, the good usually outweighs the bad. But one man certainly found that wasn't the case after his guests explicitly ignored the one rule he gave them.
Woman’s Friend Puts Hair Removal Product Into Her Hair Wash in an Attempt to Make Her Go Bald
Nair is a popular product designed to remove hair from the shaft. You put it on, leave it for a few minutes, and eventually any body hair will just rub away. Nair and other products that work similarly are not designed to be used on your head.
Thousands of Redditors Trash Woman for Bringing Her Dog Into the Grocery Store
Estimates show that only about 500,000 people in the US have service dogs. These dogs are the only ones people typically accept in places like groceries stores or restaurants. But the woman in this story brought her dog into a public place that doesn't allow animals. And it wasn't a service dog. She took to Reddit to see if she was in the wrong for her actions and over 6,000 people commented mostly to say she absolutely was.
A Group of Friends Tries Jumping in an Elevator to See What Will Happen and End Up Getting Stuck Inside
Many people have a fear of going in elevators for various reasons. Some people don't like being in an enclosed space, others are afraid of it plunging to the ground, and some are scared of getting stuck.
A Photographer Deleted All Their Friend’s Wedding Photos After They Told Her She’d Be Fired if She Left to Get Food
The average wedding photographer charges between $1,150 and $3,000 to shoot a wedding, though prices can end up being much higher. But one woman decided to do her friends a favor and shoot their wedding for only $250.
Video Game Streamers Are Camping Out in Wealthy Neighborhoods in an Attempt to Get Higher Donations
Around 74% of US households have at least one person who plays video games. That ends up being about 227 million people that play each day. These numbers continue to rise year over year, with video games currently being more popular than ever.
In 1962, a Boy Took Home a Radioactive Capsule Leading to the Death of Four People
In 1962, a ten-year-old boy took home a radioactive capsule. He put it in his pocket to bring home, but the item wasn't properly contained in its shielding material. He kept it in his pocket for several days, not knowing the danger it posed to him and everyone around him. After a few days, on April 1st, his mother got a hold of it, and also not knowing what it was, decided to place it inside a kitchen cabinet in their home.
Netflix Introduces Plan to Stop Password Sharing, Then Says It Was an "Error" After Heavy Online Controversy
Netflix started with humble beginnings as a company that mailed out DVDs for its customers to watch at home. At the time, it was the only company with a process exactly like this. But it's possible no one could have predicted the popularity Netflix would gain once it later transitioned to a streaming service.
"Enough Is Enough" Man With 102 Children Admits He Doesn't Know All of Their Names
The rates at which people are having children is dropping in recent years. The global average used to be five children but the average now is less than three. Opinions vary on why people are now choosing to have fewer children. But one man certainly raises the average with his 102 children.
Woman’s Family Accuses Her of Trying to Upstage Her Sister Before Wedding Because She Lost 100 Pounds
Somewhere around 49% of adults in the US are trying to lose weight. Unfortunately, many of those people will be unsuccessful. One woman who began her weight loss journey without high hopes due to failures in the past actually ended up losing almost 100 pounds. But instead of celebrating with her family, she's now dealing with a family feud.
Man Refuses to Take DNA Test to Confirm He and His Fiancé Aren’t Related Before Getting Married
There are plenty of stories about couples finding out they're related after dating for a significant period of time. For most people, that isn't something they think to worry about. But after one man's fiance read an article about a couple finding out they're related, she started to get paranoid.
Reddit Users Encourage Man to Seek Help After He Gets Caught Drinking on the Job
Americans' average alcohol consumption amounts to just over one drink a day. But usually, that drink isn't had at work. Reddit user U/Intelligent-Board694 took to Reddit thinking he had a chance of people being on his side. But the comments quickly revealed a different picture. Everyone seems to be baffled by the following story.
“I got a computer chip implanted in my hand”—People Use Microchips to Unlock Their Cars, Homes, and More
Technology has both a negative and a positive impact on our lives today. It's becoming more integral in many people's lives—but a few of the people mentioned here can say it's literally a part of them.
Man Sabotages His Son by Cancelling His Job Applications So He Can Get Free Child Care From Him
About 47% of young adults live at home with their parents. This can end up being a favorable arrangement or a nightmare for everyone involved depending on the circumstances. In this story, it ended up causing issues and leading to their son moving out.
Woman Gets Her Friend Ousted From Dream College After Finding Out She Stole Her Essay to Get In
Only about 7% of college students will receive a scholarship. One girl got both an athletic and academic scholarship, but she lost both and more after her questionable actions came to light.
Mother Creates Lie to Break up Her Son and His Wife of 16 Years—Now He Wants Her Back
One Facebook study showed that roughly 28% of married couples met their spouses in college. That's exactly how the couple in this story met. U/divorcedthrowawayacc is now 46 years old and her husband is 45. They got married when she was 26 and he was 25. Everything went south about 4 years ago.
Woman Left Disturbed After Delivery Driver Begins Texting Her Personal Questions
People in the US receive, on average, about 21 packages each year. Most of the deliveries happen without issue, but one woman had a weird experience after getting something delivered to her home.
Couple Forced to Sleep in Walmart Parking Lot After Airbnb Host Double-Booked the Property
Over 150 million people use Airbnb to book vacation rentals. Unfortunately, not every booking goes exactly as planned. U/lightfighter06 shared their experience using Airbnb for the first time.
Man Refuses to Visit His Parent’s House Because His Former Crush Is Living With Them
85% of men say they have a best friend. Most friendships don't last for life, and the friendship in this story certainly didn't. The following story was told by U/aitaparentex on Reddit. The 1.8k comments make it clear they aren't on his side, but let's hear the full story to see why. He was best friends with his friend Jen from pre-school through ninth grade. He says her home life was pretty rough, so she pretty much lived at his house.
Mother Steals $170K From Her Daughter’s College Account to Fund Shopping Addiction
1 in 3 parents has a college fund for their kid...that they use for something else. Most of the time, the reason for spending the money is to purchase essential items or pay medical bills, but one of the other top reasons is gambling.