"You picked a husband who has shown in your greatest time of need that he will put himself before you," a Reddit user commented under the post.
"My resume is about to say, masters in symmetrical smiley faces," a commenter wrote under the viral TikTok.
"It doesn't look like he was taught to respect his monogamous relationships/GFs," one comment under the viral video read.
The fabricated Christmas card featuring an image of the former president in a tuxedo was trending on Twitter before users realized it was not real.
A husband has asked not to pay rent, look after his children or do any chores for the entire month for his birthday.
The clip is racking up hundreds of thousands of views on Twitter just days after Alec Baldwin deleted his account.
"Why am I buying these people things?" a Redditor wrote.
"Having to take prescription medication is stressful enough, the last thing I want to worry about is if this medication is going to make me sick..." she said.
From farmer to dog walker, thousands of Redditors weighed in on their profession and how much they earn.
"He stole the wedding from the bride and groom," one fan commented. "The cutest thing I've ever seen."
"Am I too sensitive or was he not rude," the influencer asked her followers after posting the video.
"You've done WAY more than your fair share, and it is well past time some of your other family members took a turn," a commenter on the viral post wrote.
The dad urged whoever complained to "enjoy your stroll free from the sounds of my children's play and laughter."
The groom said special "accommodations" would need to be in place if the 15-year-old was to attend the wedding.
Mustang is home to an abandoned strip club with a dark past.
"It was impulsive and it happened quickly, but it's been hilarious to see the video resonate with other people," Max Barrett of Friday Beers told Newsweek.
She expressed her frustration with the expectation that she would need to respond to last-minute work requests outside of typical work hours with no notice.
"As my family was eating dinner, we saw this flash of green just appear at our door," the young woman said.
In the post, the woman explained that unbeknownst to her, her husband invited his 26 family members over to their home for a five-day Christmas celebration
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Karen Lundquist told Newsweek: "I really wanted to capture the ridiculousness in his non-existent soul."
"He was walking in the house and said, that is the weirdest thing that's ever happened to me!" the TikToker wrote.
Footage of a dog being freed from a wall by a heroic man who used force and a shovel has gone viral online.
Many commenters said the Redditor's sister did not try to comfort or ease her son's fears in any way.
While at a self-checkout station, the TikToker said he scanned his item but the system did not recognize it and an employee had to respond.
Based on his understood birthday, the fictional character would have been born next year making him a "Gen Alpha."
"Are we all crying now? I'm so happy for Nanny," a viewer wrote under the TikTok.
One fan wrote: "If other people have a problem with it then that shows that they don't really care about your happiness."
"She insists that she can't use any regular towel for her hair," the man said.
Comments were split over whether the server or the TikToker's husband was responsible for ensuring the drink did not contain alcohol.