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People who cut the queue are going to hell, but they wouldn't if they just stopped their indecent behavior.

The same goes for people who leave their shopping carts in open parking lots rather than return them to the corral, and those who don't know how to merge onto the freeway.

"You can make everyone follow one rule you make: What is it?" –– This was today's burning question from Redditor Lord_Smile, and needless to say, people went wild. Turns out there's a lot out there that bothers us.


"No speakerphone..."

No speakerphone in public.

ViolinDC

"Service employees..."

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Service employees are now legally required to physically fight one customer a day.

NanoBuc

"If you throw your butts..."

If you throw your butts out the car window, a mysterious, compelling force will cause you to retrieve them and stick them up your bumhole.

PanickedPoodle

"News stories..."

News stories have to be 100% unbiased and truthful.

hamy_thepinkghost

"When you make a mistake..."

When you make a mistake, quickly take ownership, apologize and make right where possible.

On the counter: forgive that which is done wrong and don't make forgiveness conditional on atonement or apology.

JewsEatFruit

"LITERRING..."

LITTERING WILL BE CONSIDERED A HATE CRIME AGAINST EARTH.

BWIPPS

"Every sentence..."

Every sentence must be finished with a noun that has absolutely nothing to do with the sentence spoken. (eg: Hey Billy, how's work been thermostat?) (eg: Little Darla hurt her knee when she fell off the swings death penalty.)

ErsatzCaptain

"I command everyone..."

I command everyone to consider how their actions will affect those around them.

ELPWork

Everyone must wash their hands every time they use the toilet ... yes, even you, Mr "I don't pee on my hands so I don't need to wash them."

davidtcook

"Everyone has to..."

Everyone has to use the metric system.

sidmesh

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There's no shortage of excellent horror fiction out there. Recently I read The Terror by Dan Simmons and can't remember the last time I felt that claustrophobic and nervous. But I am also a fan of quite a few classics. Are there any other horror books that capture grief as effectively as Stephen King's Pet Sematary? What other book evokes folk horror as beautifully as Thomas Tryon's Harvest Home? Let's not forget this wonderful classic: The Haunting of Hill House. I could rave about that one (and Shirley Jackson) for days. All of these books left their mark on me and yes, I'd include them on a list (if I were to make one) of some of the scariest books I've read.

People had their own opinions to share––and books to recommend––after Redditor Tylerisdumber asked the online community,

"What's the scariest book you've ever read?"
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