People Share The Telltale Signs That Someone Isn't A Good Person
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When Redditor hitmiker asked the online community "What screams 'I'm not a good person?'" they learned much more about what many of us struggle to define.


"People who aren't able..."

People who aren't able to be excited for you when you succeed, no matter how small the success; they always see other people's success as a threat to their own worth. Then, they'll get upset if you don't celebrate for them. I had a best friend in HS (now an ex-bff) who yelled at me that I didn't deserve to get a flute solo in our marching band show because I was drum major. Believe me, I didn't want it/ask for it--I have bad anxiety. Anyways, what makes it worse was that she had a major solo (the whole ballad one year) every single year. She just didn't know how to celebrate anyone but herself.

jgoncal1

"Seems like a no-brainer."

No awareness of their wrong doings and is non-trustworthy. Seems like a no-brainer.

Stormoto

"Those people cutting others off..."

Queue jumping. Those people cutting others off the line just because they think they should be first are spawns of tbe devil.

Fultergeist

"Never..."

Never accepting blame for anything.

drayd38

"Mocking..."

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Mocking people for liking unpopular but harmless things.

pennygadget

"Constantly..."

Constantly telling people you are a good person.

wtfilmbird

"Stealing..."

Stealing stuff, lying to people, avoiding your responsibilities and sticking someone else with the bill.

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"Never paying debts..."

Never paying debts, even small ones. If you borrow money, even a dollar, with the promise to pay back, do so.

bornfree254

"If they'll do that..."

Talking sh*t about mutual friends when they're not around. If they'll do that with your other friends, damn sure they're doing it with you too.

Zohren

"Not taking personal responsibility..."

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Not taking personal responsibility for your actions and purposefully withholding important information from someone for your own self preservation or selfish reasons.

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People Confess The Food They Can't Buy Because They'll Eat The Whole Thing In One Sitting
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I cannot be trusted with chocolate marshmallow cookies.

I don't even like marshmallows, but something happens in my brain when I bite into it and I no longer have an ability to say no. It doesn't even matter what brand - could be Mallomars, or pinwheels, or whatever your local store brand is.

Doesn't matter, just put it in the freezer and walk away. It's best you forget about it, because you'll never see the box again.

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People Confess Which Rules Have Been Created Because Of Their Actions
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We all did wild things when we were young. Many of us still do wild things now.

Some of these actions were against the rules. Other actions weren't exactly banned but were frowned upon. And some actions were so crazy, no one thought about having a rule against them at first.

Sometimes, we do something so out of the ordinary that a rule is created so it won't happen again. These are often the best stories.

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People Who've Survived Being Shot Explain What It Really Feels Like
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It's another ordinary day in America.

So of course that means we've already had a mass shooting or two before brunch.

And aside from the mass shootings, the number of single gunshot wounds or deaths is too high to count.

So let's discuss the aftermath.

Let's hear from the people who have faced the barrel of a loaded gun, or were just a casualty going about their day.

What happens after the bullet lands?

***CAUTION - SENSITIVE MATERIAL AHEAD - TRIGGER WARNING***

Redditor notaninterestingacc wanted to hear from the people who have lived the nightmare. They asked:

"Gunshot survivors of Reddit - What does it feel like to get shot?"
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