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Certain conversations always have boundaries. Don’t they? If someone says… “I don’t want to talk about it,” you leave it alone. Right? Or you persist to varying… windy consequences. Maybe silence is best. Case in point… Redditor throwa67694 wanted to discuss his story for some feedback. So naturally he came to visit the “Am I […] More
Weddings are a stressful time. And next to the seating chart one of the most stressful issues is the guest list. You want people there who support your union. That’s why it may not be the best idea to invite people who may have a thing for one of the soon to be newlyweds. Case […] More
People Break Down The Worst Date They've Ever Been On
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Dating and the search for love can be a treacherous disaster.

Even when you finally find someone to swipe right, you meet them and you wish they didn't even own a phone.

How do some people believe their behavior is appropriate?

Dates are meant to be fun and easy.

Not an episode of "Game of Thrones."

Redditor zippez wanted to hear about the times the love merry-go-round was a disaster. They asked:

"What was the worst date in your life?"
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Babysitting can be a lot of fun and quite lucrative, especially for a teen. The only issue can be picky parents. So many rules. Which are fine. But you need state rules clearly so there are no issues. Case in point… Redditor Maximum_Grape_4440 wanted to discuss her story for some feedback. So naturally she came […] More
People Explain What They Do In A Hotel Room That They Never Do At Home
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I love staying in hotels.

There is such a freedom to act in any foolish way you want.

We shouldn't. Just because we're in a hotel the rules of basic human decency still apply.

But we tend to ignore that fact.

No wonder hotel rooms are so expensive.

Redditor HarryHolmes68 wanted to hear some confessions about our behvior when not at home. They asked:

"What something you do in a hotel room you’d never do at home?"
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