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People Break Down Which Things Were Common In The 1990s But Are Rare Today
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Oh the 90's. What a decade.

Who knew we were in the time of revolution?!

So much happened, yet so much stayed the same.

And not decades later, so much has changed.

Who doesn't love to look back upon a decade and discuss the things that were a common part of life and are now basically obsolete?

You never know in real time.

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People Break Down The Rare Things People Complain About As Though They Happen Every Day
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People easily complain about the things that bother them, but when they're asked to explain what they're talking about, they can't elaborate.

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People Explain What People Think Is Quite Common But Is Actually Extremely Rare
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A lot of what we think of as "common occurrences" most likely come through word of mouth.

Stories told from a friend of a friend who knew someone who has a guy who set them up with this extremely rare piece of jewelry that's totally authentic.

Until you find out it's not.

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Unique moments of life we witness are just that, unique and rare to each individual.

I have been left aghast and shooketh by many moments I've witnessed while on this planet.

We all witness near misses with death on the daily. But we individually don't see it everyday, so it feels monumental in the moment.

Also, yes there are incredible moments of nature we don't face on the regular.

So that can be incredible to see even if it's a daily occurrence for the wildlife involved.

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People Explain Which Groups They're In The Top 1% Of
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There are roughly 7 billion people on earth so being the top 1% of anything sounds like it might be an incredible honor.

Maybe you've received an award or a certification that only a few people have gotten. Or maybe you have a rare disease, which doesn't sound as fun.

We went to Ask Reddit to find the people who are in a top 1% of people.

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