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When a bride is planning her wedding, it’s generally understood that she and the groom will have the final say in how their special day together would look. But sometimes people don’t appreciate the happy couple’s ideas, especially when it involves a themed wedding, pointed out the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Redditor harryPotterWedding scoffed […] More
Trying out new things is a great way to interact with your friends. You can indulge in something they like, and they can do the same for your interests. That’s what twHarryBookClub thought when her friend invited her to a book club. The two moms thought it would be great for their group when their […] More
Many people are huge Harry Potter fans, and it’s not that uncommon to meet someone with some mugs or decor in their home, or even a pet or a plant named after a favorite character. But naming children after the franchise hasn’t become quite so common yet, pointed out the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) […] More
Themed weddings are fun–and the temptation to go all-out is powerful.  When you are already spending a ton of money per person, it makes sense to just go 100% for the theme, right? Well, not always, as Redditor Grouchy_Shelter_5221 found while dealing with some friends who had a Harry Potter themed wedding.  As a professional […] More
People Share The Most Ridiculous Things Their Parents Ingrained In Them As A Kid
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Parents generally mean well, but sometimes the stuff they lead their kids to believe are more than a bit farfetched.

Whether it's passing on old wives tales they heard from their parents, or convenient lies to get kids to behave a certain way, you shouldn't believe everything your parents told you.

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