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People Divulge Which F**ked Up Things Everyone Willfully Ignores
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Who hasn't, every now and again, witnessed someone doing something, or behaving a certain way and thought "that's so f*cked up", or something to that extent?

And yet, off-putting as it was to us, and one assumes many others, we will often witness these things happen over and over again.

Leading one to assume that, "f*cked up" as it is, these off-putting behaviors or things are largely accepted in modern society.

Or, everyone simply chooses to ignore it.

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We don't talk about Bruno... and all of the other crazies in the family.

Maybe that is why that song struck such a chord... we can all relate to family secrets and family crazy.

Even though every generation has gotten a little more open and willing to discuss trauma, we still have a long way to go.

There is something to be said for not airing out all of the dirty laundry.

Everybody doesn't have to know private business.

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People Share The Dark Realities That People Are In Total Denial About
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Ah, denial what a lovely river. Isn't it?

But denial is a problem.

We can't keep turning blind eyes to the things we don't feel comfortable seeing.

So let's have an honest chat about the things we know are happening that we pretend are not.

Maybe once the initial shock dissipates we can move forward.

Redditor Spartan1694 wanted to compare notes on what people turn a blind eye to. They asked:

"[Serious] What are some of the most common dark realities people choose to live in denial about?"
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People Break Down Which Products' Warning Labels Consumers Most Often Ignore
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Many consumers are guilty of purchasing products and making assumptions on how to properly handle them.

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