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    [–] Redditors, What is the Strangest Thing to Happen While at a Friend's House as a Kid? beaverkc 5 points ago in AskReddit

    My friends mom was sleeping with a guy from down the street while her husband (my friends stepdad) was incarcerated for a few days due to a minor drug offense. She would sneak the guy in after midnight but we knew because we would stay up late playing SOCOM on playstation 2. After getting out he began to suspect things weren’t right while he was gone so he questioned me about what happened and I told him the truth.

    He never revealed that I was the one who told but it caused a lot of uncertainty in their home. I regretted it. This was in the 2000’s when I was in high school. Obviously they’re not married anymore.

    [–] Hey employees, what is the worst customer you have ever had to deal with it? How did you deal with it? What was the end result? beaverkc 1 points ago in AskReddit

    This Indian guy and his family would come to Taco Bell at the same time every Saturday and order their food with “Beans, no meat”.

    He would make it a point to lean over the counter to yell “Beans, no meat!” directly in my face as loud as he could every damn time.

    Also, his personal hygiene was none existent so his breath and BO would reek and fill the whole restaurant. He came every Saturday like clock work and he would eat in the lobby. The manager would prop the doors open to allow in fresh air to counter his BO. He didn’t look homeless. He just smelled like it.

    He would also bring food back and slam it on the counter if he suspected it contained meat. All while chewing and spitting as he yelled at us. It was the worst. No one ever corrected him.

    [–] Ex-bullies of Reddit, why did you do it? And what made you stop? beaverkc 2 points ago in AskReddit

    In middle school I would give a girl at school a tough time for being taller than most girls. I thought it was all good fun until her older brother approached me about it. He wasn’t threatening, he just spoke from a concerned sibling perspective. As the years rolled on her length actually made her more attractive than the average girl.

    By high school we were best friends. A year later we started dating.

    The summer before our senior year she got pregnant, we became parents in the middle of our senior year and our daughter is 12 now. We’re not together anymore but we’re still best friends and I’m really good friends with her brother.

    [–] Which "It's not like I'll ever see them again" moment were you wrong about? beaverkc 0 points ago in AskReddit

    I farted in line at the theme park and the teen girls behind me coughed and spit up because the smell was so horrid. They allowed the people behind them to skip just to get away from me.

    I was quite proud of myself considering they were on Instagram body-shaming their classmates and leaving sarcastic compliments under their classmates pictures.

    [–] Fast food employees of reddit, what is your worst experience in the industry? beaverkc 2 points ago * (lasted edited 3 days ago) in AskReddit

    I worked at Taco Bell in High School and we got robbed at gun point on my shift.

    After it happened, they refused to close the restaurant for the day and yelled at us for abandoning the store and going home after the cops left. They also never checked in on us or offered any type of counseling of any sort.

    Instead, management pointed the finger at us and accused a couple of employees of setting up the robbery. I quit 3 months later. My life wasn’t worth 7.25 an hour.

    [–] Americans of reddit, why do you make such a big deal out of graduating High school? beaverkc 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Multiple reasons,

    Being a dropout carries a social stigma in the US.

    Also, Because thinking outside of the box is frowned upon in almost all aspects of American society, and seeking more education is universally preached to everyone despite the fact that it will keep you in debt and subordinate to the US Government via Federal student loans.