People Break Down The Things That They Have No Sympathy For
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Considering how polarized things are in the United States right now, it's no surprise that there are people out there who are sick and tired of people who won't get vaccines. Their patience has worn out.

And as for the unvaccinated, who make up the majority of hospitalizations and deaths?

Well, many can't be bothered. Let them sort it out, right?

These are wild times we live in.

People shared their thoughts after Redditor aktualinen asked the online community:

"What you have no sympathy for?"

"People who have kids..."

"People who have kids to fix their problems and then project those problems onto said kids. Kids aren’t bandaids, they’re humans."


Do not–I repeat–do not have a child to save your marriage. One of the worst things you can do when in a relationship.

"People with..."

"People with a false sense of entitlement."


*takes deep breath*


"People who piss all over public toilets."


Speaking of which... I’m completely confounded by urine puddles in front of urinals. It’s practically impossible to miss the target.

"People who provoke animals..."

"People who provoke animals and then get killed or maimed when the animal lashes out. You're a piece of s**t if you think it's okay to wind up or frighten an animal to the point that it attacks you, and you deserve what's coming to you."


Which reminds me... I hate when I read a story about someone who breaks into a zoo enclosure ,or puts their hand in a cage, gets injured, and then the poor animal ends up getting euthanized.

"People making fun..."

"People making fun of new people at the gym or overweight people working out; they're putting in an effort that is clearly uncomfortable for them, takes a lot of courage to step outside your comfort zone."


It really says a lot about a person who puts down another person who is simply trying to better themselves.

"People who prey..."

"People who prey on elderly people, whether it is through scams, theft, violence, or whatever."


These people have no morality. Preying on the elderly–who are statistically more vulnerable–is horrible.

"People who throw tantrums..."

"People who throw tantrums and yell at minimum wage workers."


These are people who will lash out at anyone with less power than their own, and it's a nasty habit.

We get it, your patience is tested. We're certain you'll have even more to add to this list. It's only a matter of time.

Have some opinions of your own? Feel free to tell us more in the comments below!

"Partners in school..."

"Partners in school who are lazy fucks and don’t do any work."


Group projects were the bane of my existence. I hated them.


"Burglars who end up getting injured or attacked while inside someone else’s house. Literally would not have happened if you hadn’t been breaking into someone’s house."


Okay, THIS is karmic justice. It's as simple as that.

"People who believe..."

"People who believe everything they hear on the internet. Also, the people spreading misinformation and refusing to research said topics."


Okay, this one hit home. Far too relevant. Get me off this planet.

We're frustrated, okay? People continue to test our patience. Is it our fault that so many people are terrible?

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