15 Stories Of People Breaching Wedding Etiquette That Make Me Think "Manners 101" Should Be A Mandatory Class
"Her boyfriend called for a cab and went to a jewelry store and bought her a wedding ring DURING the reception. Here’s where the train completely derails. He presents her the ring at the reception, and she cries. She doesn’t like the ring."
21 People Confessed The "Wrong" Ways They Like Food Prepared, And I Just Want To Know If You Agree With Them
"I like pizza to have tons of sauce. Like, objectively too much sauce. I want the toppings practically floating."
Nurses Are Sharing Little Signals For Patients To Spot That Show A Doctor Or Therapist Won't Be Helpful
"Ask the nurse about the doctor when it’s just them in the room. If they say something vague like, 'We have very good providers here,' but don’t specifically say anything about your specific provider, that’s a red flag."
"When you’re rude to them, you will probably wait longer. ... Have some patience, patients!"
Seasoned Travelers Are Sharing The Travel Tips They Hate, And To Say I Feel Smarter Would Be An Understatement
"Trying to find something that is super secret and no other tourist has gone to. With the internet, good things generally get written up about and discussed."
If you know what an interrogative sentence is, you're off to a good start.
"I'm Looking For My Lobster": Here Are 15 Dating Bios, And You Have To Tell Me Which Were Written By An AI
Real person or robot: "I’m the life of the party, always up for a good time. I’m also known for being a bit of a tease. But don’t worry, I’m all talk. ;)"
"It Was Over 1,500 Days Past Due For Cleaning": Workers Are Sharing Things About Their Jobs They Think Customers Should Know
"If you try to sit yourselves down where you're not assigned, it makes things much more stressful and can interfere with other reservations."
"Grocery store worker here! Please realize that if you ask a worker where something is in the store and they don’t know…it’s more than likely not their job to know!"
If you work in healthcare, we want to hear about some of the things you look out for in doctors that would be considered a red flag, so we patients can recognize them as well.
If you only hopped on the Steve Martin train for Only Murders in the Building, you have A LOT of catching up to do.
If you've seen Sky High, I'm automatically docking two years from my guess. If you've seen An Affair to Remember, I'm adding two years to my guess.
"Do something great, make it a bullet point, and keep it in a document. You can use those to ask for raises, or create a quick and powerful resume when a recruiter reaches out to you."
Casually thinking about how we're just a tiny speck in the universe — no big deal.
A cat named Unsinkable Sam switched sides during WWII, survived the sinking of three naval ships by clinging to debris in the water, and then retired after the third because, well, I wouldn't want to get on a ship after that either.
"I work in a dental office, and 99% of the time as soon as you let us know you haven’t been to the dentist in years, we automatically plan a deep cleaning. You go from $99 for a basic cleaning to $500–$1,000 for the deep cleaning."
Rubbernecking at all of these on the highway, tbh.
"Your Kids Tell Me Everything About You": 15 Teachers Anonymously Confessed Unknown Parts Of Their Job
"I’m a teacher for young children. If this is the first time you’re separated from your child and you’re worried, we get it. Ask us to send you a picture during the day. We don’t mind, and we try to do this anyway, but we definitely make it a priority for those who ask."
15 Servers Who Straight-Up Quit When They Saw The Unethical Things Their Restaurants Were Doing To Food
"One of the servers brought a dish back, wiped it with a rag in the sink full of chicken, and took it back. ... I called in and quit right before my next shift."
Maybe there are certain things you look for on a résumé that you'd like to share, or underutilized benefits that employers usually include.