People Confess Which Ingredient Absolutely Ruins A Meal For Them
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Regular readers know I can't get enough of watching Reddit argue about food.

No matter what else is going on in the world, we can almost always count on the passionate love/hate for a food to unite the people.

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People Explain What Ruined Something They Once Loved
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Why do we always have to mess with a good thing?

If something isn't broken, don't fix it.

I know, I sound one hundred years old.

I get technology and life move forward and evolution in all areas is key, but some changes are not always for the better.

Redditor MikiTheOnlyOne wanted everyone to vent about the joys in life that have been stolen. They asked:

"What was ruined that was once so good?"
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People Describe 'The Accident' That Completely Ruined A Sleepover When They Were Kids
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I miss sleepovers.

In fact, I was just thinking that once the pandemic is behind us, I want an adult birthday sleepover.

I loved sleepovers.

Even the ones where things went awry.

The nights of tears and hair pulling and screaming.

Let's discuss the scars that were left behind from childhood's favorite pastime.

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People Divulge Which Games Can Actually Ruin A Relationship
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Games are suppose to be fun.

It's about fun and not winning.

That's a lie. Winning is winning!!

And don't let love fool you. You stay the course.

Sorry, I'm projecting.

Let's discuss what fun pastimes have really dampered relationships.

Sometimes it's best to just talk. Or watch TV.

Redditor ctw1271 wanted to warn everybody about the competitive situations that are suppose to be fun but can burn down relationships. They asked:

"What's a game that can ruin a relationship?"
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People Describe Plot Twists So Terrible They Ruined The Entire Movie
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As an audience, we love a good plot twist–with "good" being the operative word.

When a revelation we didn't see coming is executed so effectively, we want to throw our shoe at the screen because we can never articulate the brilliance of the storytelling in that moment.
But then there are times we would rather throw eggs and rotten tomatoes at the screen for an implausible plot twist thrown in for no valid reason other than to stump the audience.
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