"You obviously didn't think the dude was dumb enough to put his house underwater," one commenter wrote.
"I've known about this for a few years and now I compulsively give the card readers a yank before using them," a Reddit user wrote.
Comments included things like, "This is the cutest thing I have ever seen," and "What a precious baby, thank you for sharing."
"NTA: you didn't reveal 'her truth' you revealed your truth," one user commented. "You're allowed to share whatever details about your life that you want."
"No one who is super tired and forgot to set an alarm would be that mad about missing a walk unless something is happening on that walk," a Redditor commented.
It was a rough start for the aunt in Reddit's "Am I The A**hole" subreddit, but it's the update that turned the tide among Redditors.
Viewers see the man's face drop once he spots the animal camouflaged in the trees.
"Imagine being so threatened by someone else's gender preference that you need to buy this item," one Redditor commented.
"In the interest of getting unemployment, I would immediately f**k around until they fired me," one commenter said.
"She's on top of the world." Basil the dog loved her new staircase, which allows her to access the back yard through a ground-floor window.
"This picture hurts to look at," one user wrote.
The man's hilariously deadpan expression was compared to straight-laced pop cultural icons such as Raymond Holt and Ron Swanson.
"I feel intense itching just from seeing that," said one commenter on the viral Reddit post.
"I got a good chuckle out of this story. That's really funny sending the photo of the wine section," one user commented.
The mother of two said she suffered severe hand injuries and was subsequently labeled a "Karen" by her husband.
Commenters assured the woman that she had every right to lay claim to the seat that she paid for.
Younger internet users were quick to retort much of the advice they've received from the ones who came before them.
"I've been cost cutting almost everywhere except bare necessities," the husband said, adding that they had just $150 in their joint account.
"There are debt collectors who call relatives of the deceased to pay off their debts when they are not legally obligated to," a Redditor pointed out.
"People are suffering," said a man who was interviewed in the video. "People are living with one meal per day. Can you imagine?"
"NTA, but you should definitely 'scrap' the bf," one user commented.
The poster recounted a time when they made sure to follow proper safety protocols to the letter to ensure that the client was inconvenienced.
"Play stupid games, win stupid prizes. She did something nasty and selfish and probably assumed you wouldn't call her out on it but you did," one comment read.
"This is terrifying," said one commenter. "I would not be driving that slowly and recording so casually."
"You probably get bad looks from women because they wouldn't want to be in the position of having to be provided for by someone else," a Redditor commented.
"Seems like an extreme defensive reaction on his part. Do you have any reason to believe he's cheating with her?" one user commented.
"Best looking lead I've ever seen," a top comment read.
"Made my entire week." Brent the Border Collie proved he was very responsible by not eating the packages immediately after the delivery driver left.
"They obviously don't value you there and just see you as workhorses they can beat," said one commenter.
"People overshare for the likes and attention," a Redditor commented. Completely absurd to be using your children like that."