A woman has been almost unanimously slammed for claiming it's not worth being friends with people who earn less than her.
"Sharks, when they bite, they don't just nibble, you know?" said Jasmin Diaz, who was involved in the survey that has revealed some surprising results.
The woman says she is happy but psychotherapist Faith Dulin says a person in such a situation check in with oneself to determine what truly makes them happy.
"No one owns a name. Call your baby what you want." one user said.
"The trust would be completely broken," said one commenter about the husband's behavior.
Couple asked if they had been given drugs after trying vaping for the first time.
One viewer of the viral clip was moved so far as to describe it as "the best day ever."
Researchers working on the study also uncovered America's most popular dog name.
"The little brat... [needed] to learn a lesson," one Redditor wrote; another posted, "Get a divorce and get them as far away from your daughter as possible."
According to the poll, 17 percent said they would like breakup leave as part of a work contract, while 12 percent requested social media detox days.
The woman asked if she was being unreasonable for telling her husband, who is a teacher on holiday, to "suck it up" in her post.
"Money is our caste system," one Redditor said in response to a post on whether it's fair that tenants have to provide references but landlords don't.
In the wake of Johnny Depp's court battle with Amber Heard, a survey found he has lost favor with boomers, though his popularity with Gen Z remains broadly unchanged.
Around 21 percent of Americans also say that their lives have completely returned to pre-pandemic standards.
The Turkish Statistical Institute published the staggering findings on Monday.
On top of encouraging transparency and accountability, statistics and graphs empower employees to keep track of their own production.
Data shows that while the rate of new cases is falling in some states, others are seeing a significant rise.
The Centers for Disease Control was accused of inflating the number of COVID infections in the Sunshine State.
The book, written in 1954 by Darrell Huff, was last borrowed from the Newcastle upon Tyne City Library on November 25, 1958.
Vallance wrongly stated around 60 percent of U.K. COVID-19 hospitalizations were among fully vaccinated people, rather than those who were not vaccinated.
Of the thousands of unruly passenger instances reported to the FAA, over half relate to noncompliance with mask mandates.
Dr. Beth Bell told ACIP attendees the humbling statistic that one American is dying from a COVID-19 related ailment every minute of the day.
China's "numbers seem to be a little bit on the light side," President Donald Trump said in April, "and I'm being nice when I say that."
If Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden wins the popular vote by less than two points, Trump could be poised to win the election, according to the top statistician.
Ford's death was announced by the Yankees in a tweet on Friday.
Texas health officials announced over 600 additional deaths were being counted on Monday as they changed their COVID-19 death reporting method to rely on the cause of death listed on death certificates.
Some observers have alleged that state governments, such as Ipwa and Florida, are not presenting the public with accurate coronavirus statistics.