This Reddit poster has a problem. We usually tend to side with our family but hate our employers. In this case, his father is someone else’s employer which puts the poster in a moral dilemma.
But he isn’t afraid to call his father out when needed. Like in this case, where he told his father it’s silly to expect his workers to work extra for free. But his father had a great response: it would be better for him if they did. There’s really no way to solve this one.
Today we live in a society where we try to accept everyone and understand everybody's perspectives and insecurities.
We guess this teacher didn’t really get the memo. Which isn’t really going to make her popular with the students. What we really don’t understand here is why even say this to your students in the first place? Can't you just teach math or something?
Out of all the stories that require further explanations this one is the most curious. So many details were left out and we feel like there's something we are missing here. Like who is Brendan? A friend or a foe?
Where is the lake they’re talking about? And why oh why did he throw this person‘s soda in the lake? That’s so rude! We hope he got him a new one.
A Problem in Pink
Christmas is that magical time where Santa makes all of our dreams come true. Unless he doesn’t. We mean, you do have to be a good kid, remember? Whether this little fellow was good or bad in Santa's book is hard to tell. On the one hand, he got himself an iPhone! On the other, it was pink.
Entitled? Yes. But we do understand this kid not wanting his schoolmates to laugh at him.
A Dirty Secret
This one requires further explaining. Like how does the person know who stole their car and why they stole it? Does this mean it was returned to its rightful owner? We sure hope so.
You have to acknowledge that going through the lengths of stealing a car, just to not get yours dirty is either sheer genius or plain insanity. We haven’t decided yet.