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But some people make it impossible. Some people choose to do things that are just universally immoral, dangerous, or foolish. No matter how often you offer a helping hand or advice, they continuously do the wrong things and then are upset about the consequences.

Redditor u/NotSebastian wanted to know from others, "What's something that you have zero sympathy for?" And people shared the choices some people may make that they consider to be unacceptable.

10. Doesn't feel so great when it happens to you

"People who cheat on their spouse and then freak out when they find out their spouse has also cheated on them."

flawedwithvice

9. They inconvenienced users and it won't be forgiven

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"The person who decided to move the comment sections in YouTube"

aHumanWhoExists68888

8. People who deny science

"People who refuse to vaccinate and then they or their family gets sick. Like, what'd you expect? Your innocent children and other people have to suffer because you're just that ignorant?"

ItStillIsntLupus

7. Animal cruelty is never acceptable

"Animal cruelty. And especially when adults let their kids harm animals because 'They're just kids!'. Kids don't always have conscience of what they're doing (depends of their age) but adults who refuse to teach them how to behave with animals just because they don't care are the worst to me."

PousseMoussue

6. Why would you think that you're above consequences?

"People who post hateful **** on social media then act surprised when they lose friends or get fired because of it.

Freedom of speech protects you from government retribution. It doesn't mean other people or employers have to put up with you."

Lyn1987

5. People who ignore guidance 

"Folks who make a wrong choice after having been told why it's wrong, how to avoid it, and what reasonable alternatives exist. Since that means they just weren't paying attention."

JSanzi

4. Drunk driving is one of the most careless things you can do

"Driving under the influence, and suffering the implications when you're caught.

Take a ******* cab home, or don't get drunk that night."

Nedward_Schneebly

3. People who are full of themselves

"People who think they are the centre of the universe and go about treating others making them feel insignificant"

trendz19

2. Bosses that let the power get to their heads

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"Supervisors who take obvious pleasure in berating or reprimanding employees in front of coworkers."

Back2Bach

1. It's simple - treat others how you want to be treated

"People that are mean to others but get sad when someone is mean to them"

TheNorsePotato



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