One commenter said that the puppy in training had: "Killed me with cuteness."
"That's actually a pretty funny joke and even if she didn't understand it initially, she should've been receptive to your explanation," wrote one Reddit user.
The woman was praised for her ingenious way to stop people from asking her when she was going to have a baby.
"Do not let them guilt you on this. You are the one who stepped up, thinking you would get nothing in return," one user wrote.
"Perhaps you could remind them that if you take the work on for free you won't be able to take on as much paid work," one commenter suggested.
"We've been dating for 6 months and we live in different towns. He comes over to visit on weekends but... whenever I try to visit he's always busy," she wrote.
"Your gf can take her toxic gender standards elsewhere," one user wrote. Another said, "Keep the kittens, ditch the GF."
The woman said her husband has repeatedly taken her car for hours at a time, causing damage to the vehicle and her to miss time at work.
Commenters called the stepdad "entitled" and "awful."
"How the f**k does health insurance not cover dental and vision? What kind of shenanigans is that?" a Redditor asked.
"NTA I'm dying at him calling his gay sister 'homophobic' bc she wasn't happy he came out at her gay wedding," one user commented.
"Dump him. Talking about pimping you out isn't a 'joke' it's a fundamental lack of respect for you," one user commented.
Lovebug came into the vet's covered in open wounds—but as the clip shows, she never lost her affectionate spirit.
A Reddit post that featured footage of a wild bobcat stealing the user's pet duck has recently gone viral.
"A birthday gift is supposed to be about that person, not about you or you as a couple," one user wrote.
"He needs to live within his means and if he wants to spoil his daughter he can do it on his own dime," one commenter wrote.
The potential hire said they had already been through three interviews plus a test—and the presentation wasn't the only thing they were asked to do.
"This is the wildest thing. Completely ridiculous on your boyfriend's part," one commenter wrote.
"He should be fired. That's harassment and it's creepy and weird not to mention unprofessional," one commenter wrote.
"You should have told her to take her children and leave right there and then," one commenter wrote.
"We had a list of these at the 3 different pizza places I worked at," one person said.
"She's a bright, talented young woman with an impressive story. She's also the only woman—and the only ethnic minority—on the team," the poster wrote.
Many commenters said it was time for the woman to look for a new job.
"I have no idea why you are doing this but please don't stop," one Redditor commented.
"Medical professional here: the job of the nurse is to take care of her patient's needs, not yours. So yeah, YTA," one user commented.
"I yelled at him saying that my cancer isn't a CHOICE," the wife wrote.
"Bruh, I swear if I need to look at my phone for whatever reason, and I look up and see someone taking a picture of me, I'm walking out," a Redditor commented.
The woman left the role after being "harassed" by her boss and didn't hold back when asked what the job was like.
One commenter pleaded with the wife to report the incident to the hospital's HR department.
"If you listen without the video, sounds like a drunk Yoda face down singing himself to sleep," read one comment on footage taking the internet by storm.