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Redditor JustInTime1001 is a 37-year-old divorced man whose recent job promotion made him better off financially than he was before. His ex-wife has repeatedly pressed him for a huge favor, and a recent incident brought things to a tipping point. When he wound up incurring the wrath of her and his in-laws, he visited the […] More
There’s little that causes more conflict within a family than money. Namely, when one member of a family makes considerably more money than others. Ideally, family members who make more money than the rest of their family, or the average person for that matter, are ready and willing to help their less fortunate family members […] More
What do you do when your best friend has strong negative feelings about someone in your circle of friends? That was the dilemma for Redditor LuckyAd3530, a 20-year-old woman whose close friend “Jada” discovered something objectionable about one of their friends. The resulting tension led the OP to the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit […] More

The price of lobster used to be dirt-cheap because they were so plentiful. In fact, it became known as the "poor man's protein" among European settlers and it was often fed to the imprisoned and the enslaved.

But times have changed – lobster is pricey and considered a high-end meal. If you've ever heard someone complain about poor people on welfare who are enjoying a nice meal once in a while, you might want to educate them.

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor Seraphina_Renaldi asked the online community,

"What is classy if you’re rich, but trashy if you’re poor?"
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People Confess How Their Life Would Change If They Suddenly Received $5,000
Photo by Dmitry Demidko on Unsplash

Every penny counts.

And I count each and every one... twice.

I hate to admit it, but money matters.

It just does.

You can't buy food or gas with a smile.

No number is too small.

Who agrees?

Let's find out.

Redditor bdnskjynx wanted to share about how even a little bit of extra finance, can go a long way. They asked:

"How much would your life be impacted by suddenly getting 5000$?"
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