"Your sister is an ignorant a**hole," one Redditor commented. "If that's how they feel, they don't need to be in your home anymore. Problem solved."
"You know what I do when people don't tip?" a TikToker commented. "Just don't accept it and take a better order."
The video has been viewed nearly 500,000 times on the social media platform, TikTok.
"He's worried about 'crazy' people, but he's the one who Googled your medicine," a TikToker commented.
CEO Seth Dillon said The Babylon Bee would not be deleting any tweets despite the suspension.
Today's Wordle answer could prove to be tricky to solve for some players.
The viral clip shared by the mother has been viewed 16.8 million times since it was posted online this week.
"Sounds like you gave your brother a brief moment of realistic honesty for his birthday," a Redditor commented.
"Funerals. Give my body to science and take a vacation instead," one commenter wrote.
"This happened to me right as I was walking down the aisle Lmao," a TikToker commented on the situation.
"All that knowledge lost, like tears in the rain," a Reddit user expressed in a comment. "Thanks war."
"With at least 10 years of experience, you were doing them a favor only asking for $28 an hour," a Redditor commented.
New legislation aimed at protecting users from harmful and unlawful content was announced in Parliament on Thursday.
Reddit users expressed delight at the video, as well as surprise that the man managed to resist his cat's attempts to get his attention.
"I think the wind was too much for his eyes Lol," a TikToker suggested. "So he just closed 'em after a minute."
"Isn't it the best when they just know they're home?" a Redditor said. "Way to go OP, she's chosen you and settling for a long, happy, comfy life with you."
"You sound like a father that I never had," a Redditor commented. "And I'm happy that you didn't back down from your family."
The pair have chatted on FaceTime every day for five years and quickly became best friends.
"I go to touch the hat, and the hat moved—I swear my heart jumped into my throat," said the woman in the now-viral video.
"No one should take pictures of anybody's children without their permission," a TikTok user commented.
"Catch them in the act with a surveillance camera and report to police. Stalking is a crime," one commenter said.
"The world was better before the internet," the "Silver Spoons" star said, although he stated that it wasn't the technology that was the problem but the ways it is being used.
"He's not sleeping, he's just taking extra long blinks," one commenter said of the viral clip which has been seen 1.9 million times.
"She asked if I wanted to try to put a baby in her, and when I said no, she pulled a knife on me asking if I wanted to die," a Redditor commented.
The woman had made several delicious treats for her mother's birthday.
A former British soldier's videos have been viewed more than 1 million times on TikTok.
"I hope she finds someone else to do much more for her than just tie her shoes," a Redditor commented.
If you printed out directions or waited for your internet to connect through a phone line, you were not alone.
The company will no longer allow users to call for the death of Russian President Vladimir Putin amid the ongoing war.