Entrepreneur Rose Nguyen described school shootings as "a uniquely American problem" in tweets calling for tighter gun controls.
"It's so sad that the self-proclaimed 'greatest nation on earth' thinks that this is acceptable. No teacher should have to prepare for this," one user commented
"My favorite part of being an educator is trying to decide whether to save other people's kids or to save myself for my own kid," one teacher said online.
"I love this lol," one Redditor wrote. "What a great way to deal with a horrid family member while still, technically, honoring your grandmother's wishes."
"This is absolutely incredible," said one commenter.
"I'll be laughing over this all night," a Redditor commented. "I did this to my annoying sister one year."
A couple say their home of more than four decades has been invaded by flies, and they're so embarrassed they refuse to let anyone in.
One person claimed the mom's rule was "a bit like saying you provided vapes for the kids but a parent turned up with nicotine patches."
A woman with a brain tumor had treatment with pins in her head, causing pals to compare her to "The Borg Queen" from Star Trek.
"What a good mama! That baby will be well taken care of," one user said.
The man, Toko, ordered the costume through a Japanese company to fulfill his "dream of becoming an animal."
Comments were divided over how applicants should appear for a virtual job interview, a step in the hiring process that has evolved since the start of COVID-19.
"He asked a question and you were honest. Send him the screenshot of step mom's text, and then block her number," one user commented.
"I have to explain to her that she's got the name mixed up and that chlamydia is an STD not a figure from Greek mythology," the friend said.
"Great tip, will save loads of time," one user commented.
"He's not worth whatever effort it takes to fix this," a Redditor wrote. "He made you have a panic attack on purpose."
"This is epic! Frame this goodness!" said one commenter about the now-viral image.
The coffee aficionado said she would "never have to pay $7 for a drink again" after building a "mini Starbucks" in her own home.
Figgy the cat apparently used to live with five dogs, so had no qualms about cozying up to Duncan the corgi.
The dog saves the day by cleverly opening the front door, much to the owner's delight.
"Blood or not, if you ruin someone's wedding because you're an a***hole, don't come," one user said.
The physical therapist claimed the woman hadn't had a glass of water in years.