Reddit came to the defense of a new mom who avoided interacting with her mother-in-law at all costs.
"Maybe Garrett Randall or Market Equities order a hit," a fan theorized on Reddit.
Reddit users slammed an employer who berated an interviewee for their pay expectations.
"Teaching her to listen to her body is the best way for her to have a positive relationship with food," one Redditor wrote.
Reddit came to the defense of one user whose job interview went so poorly, they withdrew from hiring consideration algotether.
Thousands of Redditors spoke out in defense of one user who says they were just trying to do the right thing.
"Change the locks while he is at his parents and hire a divorce attorney is what I would do if my wife did what your husband did," a commenter wrote
Though some commenters expressed sympathy to the TikToker, others said she was responsible for her dogs' behavior.
"I do get that we are in bonkers times, but was so looking forward to seeing everyone, including my parents," her relative wrote.
Redditors assured one user that he was not the a**hole after a heated argument with his wife.
One Redditor defended a Starbucks' barista from an unruly customer and was later removed from her flight as a result.
Thousands of Redditors showed their support for one user who had received no response to numerous job applications.
"His refusal to take back the invitation to them shows that he approves of their actions," a commenter wrote under the post.
"I made sure to let her know every time I left my desk," he wrote. "Every. Single. Time."
"I love that she's just chilling right outside their door like what are you going to do, nothing," one commenter said.
One Reddit user came under fire when she asked if she was in the wrong for telling her youngest daughter to "get over herself."
"He texted me back that if I didn't work tonight, I was fired," a Redditor wrote.
A photo of a popcorn and soda-covered movie theater sparked an intense conversation about who is responsible for cleaning up after a movie.
Redditors are in an uproar after one boss issued a stern warning to their employees regarding Christmas Eve.
"It's her house, her family's tradition, and you should respect it," a commenter wrote on the viral Reddit post.
"Well, time to trade in my red meat and wine for Metamucil and bottom of purse lint candy," a viewer commented on the video.
The teen told her mom: "I don't like Harry Potter! I don't like 'Star Wars!' I hate Marvel Movies. They're all so boring!"
The actor is currently reprising his iconic role as Neo in "The Matrix Resurrections."
One Redditor says his boss followed him into the bathroom and watched him from a close distance.
An optical illusion of a woman snowboarding has left many people online perplexed as to where she actually is.
"Delighted to have perpetrated the most complained about moment on UK TV for 2021," Morgan tweeted.
"She gives off the vibe of 'I did all these nice things for my friends so I deserve nice gifts' so entitled," a comment read under the viral post.
The singer-songwriter was overcome with emotion at Trisha Yearwood's surprise invitation on stage.
A woman has shared her anger that her husband only spent $20 on her Christmas gift while spending thousands on friends and colleagues.