"It's the most heartbreaking thing when they don't want you to leave them alone," a Redditor commented.
The cat's owner wondered if her cat Moose did this every day in the clip that has been viewed more than 275,000 times.
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"It's because they're man-made diamonds," a TikToker commented.
"This 35-year-old man wanted you to kiss his open wound with ointment on it? Gross," one commenter said.
"Imagine being so obviously useless that you have time to even check something like this," one commenter said of the supervisor.
"It's basically impossible to keep flies out of the case, however, your food is very safe lmao," a Redditor commented.
"She needs to be respectful of your time like you were respectful of hers," a Redditor said about the roommate in question.
"Pay for your portion, and submit the receipt to accounting for reimbursement for a business dinner," one commenter advised.
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The cat had carefully gauged the distance between the shelf and ceiling fan, only to be met with instant regret when it landed.
The wife said she might stop her mother-in-law visiting the house after she was subjected to the "verbal abuse."
The Reddit user was met with near unanimous approval for managing to retrieve "Fluffbutt."
"The early bird gets the worm and the late bird is the a**hole if he whines," one Reddit user commented.
"You are the Robin Hood of the checkout," a Redditor commented.
Commenters seized the opportunity to share their own sign-offs while also writing about some of the best ones they've seen themselves.
"This was totally the serotonin boost I didn't know I needed," a TikToker said of the toddler's maneuver.
"Parenthood is so much more than DNA," a Redditor commented.
"My kitten uses the bouncer more than my kid," said the Redditor behind the post.
"Grocery stores don't have enough staff to remove expired items from shelves," a TikToker commented.
"Actions have consequences, he chose to ruin his son's present. Now he is facing those consequences," one commenter said.
"Kids can be mean, but it's never on purpose. What your mom did is intentionally malicious," one commenter said.
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"In the car while on the job? At 9 a.m.? I think it may be an addiction," one commenter said about the situation.
"At least one adult needs to teach this child consequences before it's too late," a Redditor commented.
"The employment system is broken, the education system is broken, our values and culture are broken," a Redditor commented.
The mother-to-be said her pregnant mother told her to keep her own pregnancy a secret.
"There's a difference between ordering what you want and just being plain greedy," one commenter said.
"This has to be the longest-standing prank your parents just pulled on you. Bet those feet looking nasty," a Redditor commented.
"He is literally presenting you with an image of you as part of his family, and you're complaining as it's not worth a lot," a Redditor commented.