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We all have our limits.

We're all deserving of respect but some people don't tend to dish that out all willy-nilly –– so it's incumbent on us to draw the line somewhere, to establish what we will and will not stand.

"What will you never tolerate?" –– Today's burning question from Redditor 20ZOO is bound to give you some ideas if you haven't figured it out already.


"Chances are..."

People clicking their fingers at me to do something. Chances are if you do, I won't end up doing it.

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"The most trivial..."

Being accused of something that I did not do. The most trivial of wrongful accusations gets my blood boil.

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"People who..."

People who make fun of other people for things they know they are insecure about.

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"Not even trying..."

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Not even trying to improve something that could trivially be improved. If something is crap, and you know how to fix it, fix it.

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"I absolutely hate it..."

I absolutely hate it when people point it out when people are embarrassed or blushing and say "look they're going red" or "they're getting embarrassed." Why would you do that it's just cruel what are you getting out of commenting on people being embarrassed.

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"How YouTube..."

How Youtube puts TWO ads which are both either FIVE seconds long or UNSKIPPABLE.

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"People being..."

People being rude to customer service.

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"There is no reason..."

Littering. There is no reason to do it.

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"That is damaging..."

Influencers online promoting diets, "skinny teas" (and other diet-y sort of items), and other unhealthy behaviors onto their young, impressionable fanbase. No, no, no. I am 100% for healthy, balanced lifestyles and eating in a nutritious way. But laxative, caffeine-bomb teas and 1000-calorie plans are never appropriate to be promoting to 14-year-olds. Never, ever. That is damaging AF, especially for kids whose bodies are still growing-developing.

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"People who cancel..."

People who cancel plans last minute, or DURING the time we had planned. It's amazing how many "responsible" adults do this.

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Sometimes I think back to a teacher I had when I was a kid who demanded to know whether any of us were "raised in a barn" in response to crappy behavior. Namely littering. She hated littering. Can you blame her? It's a horrible habit and some people do it with no sense of shame. She dedicated much of her time to telling students to pick up after themselves and dispose of things properly. For that, I'm thankful.

But why didn't anyone else get the memo? The trash I see on the streets is obscene.

People had lots of thoughts to share after Redditor SneakyStriedker876 asked the online community,

"What seemingly uncivilized thing is commonplace in society?"
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I love presents. I try to hide my enthusiasm, and I do my best to appease the greater public by saying "it's the thought that counts." But that is a WHOLE lie. I don't just love gifts, I love great gifts. And if you go rogue from my lists, please keep a receipt. It's just plain rude to divert from what the recipient has requested.

This thought process has emerged from experience. I have received some trash presents over the years and now I'm too old to pretend you just went crazy while shopping. Like... "do you even know me?!"

Redditor u/sulemannkhann wanted to hear all about the presents some of us have received that we prayed, came with a receipt, by asking:

What's the worst birthday gift you ever got?
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I'm still on the fence about this whole extraterrestrial situation. I need more proof. Now I'm not naive enough to think that in this vast, endless universe only the human race exists. I just need proof, tangible, solid, didn't see it from my trailer through beer goggles proof.

I also need proof about the afterlife, another out there topic. Truth be told, I've never been that into this whole conversation. I've got enough daily problems on this planet, let alone worrying about making Will Smith's biggest hits into documentaries and not just popcorn/comedy space farce.

But let's compare thoughts...

Redditor u/ValencikHannibal197 wanted to discuss life beyond this planet, what do we really think? They asked:

What's the best theory on UFOs or aliens you've ever heard??
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