20+ People Who Got Caught Up in Infuriating Situations

Curiosities
8 months ago

Patience is a virtue, they say, and this statement is very true. Many situations in our lives can be a real challenge to go through without getting annoyed or frustrated: traffic is always slow when you’re running late, and your kids want yet another bedtime story when you’re practically falling asleep. But scientists are convinced that being patient does pay off — such people are better friends and even have fewer headaches.

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My 4-year-old, listening to my heartbeat with his toy stethoscope, says, “I have bad news for you. I’m pretty sure there are a ton of bats in there.” © jaime_berry3 / Twitter

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I was mowing the grass today and my wife texts me and says, “I’m going to lie on the couch and maybe get a quick nap.” I came in to see my kids treating her like a bean bag chair. © Yosemite_Scott / Reddit

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Husband: I thought you were dieting?
Me: I am.
Husband: You just ate 6 Oreos.
Me: Yes, but I want to eat 12. See? Dieting. © cydb**r / Twitter

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— Tell me you’re a parent without telling me you’re a parent. © IMomalogues / Twitter
— But you liked this dinner last week. You ate 2 helpings of it. Yes, you did. Yes, you did. You did. Just eat it. I told you they’re carrots. Yes, I did. I did. Carrots. © Betts_Matt / Twitter

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The 3-year-old insisted on helping me put all the laundry away. It’s only taken us 6 hours and 10 minutes and, apparently, pants go in the fridge now. © outsmartedmommy / Twitter

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Third straw down and still not finished with my smoothie... © New_Fry / Reddit

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I just watched 100 back-to-back episodes of Paw Patrol© wanderingpram / Twitter

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It’s morally neutral to park like this in order to block in truck drivers who double/quad park. © kvlopsia / Reddit

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I was on the subway the other day and there was a dad next to me that was letting his little girl draw on his arm with a pen. She was saying things like, “And this is you and Mommy...and I’m gonna draw my flowers here...and this is grandma’s house...” and he’s going, “Uh-huh... And did you draw Grandpa? And where’s the puppy?” She had covered his forearm entirely in doodles. It was adorable. © wittles / Reddit

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What would you do if your pizza arrived like this? © alloutoffux / Reddit

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A relationship should be 50/50. He gets fries for himself and I eat half of them. © jasminericegirl / Twitter

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My cat is such a teenage boy. Demanded to get in while I was streaming after being away ALL DAY, wolfed down some dinner, and IMMEDIATELY DEMANDED TO LEAVE because his FRIENDS WERE WAITING OUTSIDE. © ellenfromnowon / Twitter

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It was supposed to be cream-filled. © Cupy_/ Reddit

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My wife bought off-brand Pop-Tarts. Sometimes I think she’s acting out on purpose. Don’t know why she’s trying to drive me away, but I’m not going to budge. I’ll love her through this. This is the raw and often ugly side of marriage people don’t want to talk about. © SeanLowe09 / Twitter

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The phone case kiosk guy fitted and sold this case to my clueless grandmother. © whatisuniqueusername / Reddit

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Fact: Kids have 2 stomachs. One is the meal stomach. It’s about the size of a pea. This is why children cannot consume a full breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The second stomach is the snack stomach. This stomach stretches and has an infinite amount of space. © dadmann_walking / Twitter

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The husband and I reminiscing about the time I texted him on my way home: “Can you start cooking those sausages?” Then added < 3 as a cute little heart. He cooked 2 sausages. © AzureDoo / Twitter

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A roach crawled into my food and died while I was cooking it. © SignificantBee1 / Reddit

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My husband just walked in, told the dog how cute he was, and how much he loved him. Held his face in his hands, stared into his eyes, and gave him forehead kisses. Then left the room. I’m sitting right next to the dog. © LaLa_Lyds / Twitter

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Welcome to parenthood. There are now lip-shaped imprints on all of your window panes. © copymama / Twitter

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My 4-year-old was FaceTiming my mom and took off with my phone. Later I opened the pantry and saw my mom still on FaceTime waiting to be found. My 4-year-old left my mom in the pantry. Grandparents are golden. © BunAndLeggings / Twitter

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Pro-tip for couples suddenly working from home together: Get yourselves an imaginary coworker to blame things on. In our apartment, Cheryl keeps leaving her dirty water cups all over the place, and we really don’t know what to do about her. © mollytolsky / Twitter

Please note: This article was updated in April 2023 to correct source material and factual inaccuracies.
Preview photo credit Yosemite_Scott / Reddit

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