"Self-checkout to avoid the shame, nice," a TikToker commented.
From inspirational dreams to well-known cartoon characters in interesting places to questionable spelling, the Reddit topic had the internet talking.
"I've heard of nuclear waste sites that are less toxic than this," a Redditor commented on the situation.
"Recording everything your kids do and putting that on social media," a Redditor commented.
The responses show a wide range of cluelessness, from silly to dangerous to just plain lies.
"Sometimes an honest opinion in private is the best thing to happen," one commenter said of the Redditor's reaction.
The online post generated a wider discussion about how inheritance money and property are divided between people following a death.
"No wonder why my package is late," a TikToker joked.
"You and your wife sound like you have a fantastic marriage, he's the one with the problem," a Redditor commented.
"It was exciting and probably safe enough...but it was enough for me to know I will never willingly do that again," said a one-time bungee-jumping Redditor.
A woman thought it was peculiar when she found strange mud stains inside her vehicle. It led to an even more shocking discovery.
The internet agreed the price was too steep for the parent to attend a child's birthday party with their son.
"These are all over my timeline and I love it," one user wrote.
"Homie definitely watched people get drinks from there for a good while before deciding to sneak in lol," one commenter said.
"They banned that guy because he wouldn't let them steal his money. Imagine the audacity of that bakery," one commenter said about one Redditor's story.
"Your husband is trying to relive his glory days with your son, and not taking into account that your son is an individual," a Redditor commented.
"Your kids will remember the good times. The bad times. But most importantly that they had you through it all," one commenter said.
"You did the right thing not working for free," one Redditor commented on the situation.
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The incredibly popular online word game was recently purchased by The New York Times Company, which has said it will initially remain free.
One Redditor told the woman to "stop trying to control the way people talk."
"I'd buy him a book on micromanagement and give it to him with a note that said, 'If you need something to read, start with this,'" one commenter said.
"There is no way you could hide a strong MDMA trip. Your whole face changes shape lol," one commenter said.
Nina Jane Patel said a group of "three to four" male avatars groped her avatar within a minute of her entering the lobby of Horizon Venues.
"This thread has made me sadder than just about any other thread I've read in the almost 10 years I've been on Reddit," one commenter said.
"I bet half of their inventory came from the 'free' section of Facebook marketplace," said one commenter.
"No hate, but how do you know the snow is not dirty?" a TikToker commented.
"What he doesn't know won't hurt him," said one commenter after watching the incident posted to TikTok.
A Redditor thinks the customer knew exactly "what she was doing," also adding, "play stupid games, win stupid prizes."
The elderly woman had been trying to watch one of her favorite Netflix shows, Grace and Frankie, staring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.