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Aubrey Plaza’s elementary school classmate posted a photo of the actress from 8th grade, and said she ‘wasn’t deadpan or sarcastic...
A Reddit user, who claims to have gone to elementary school with Aubrey Plaza, recently posted a photo of the actress apparently taken in eighth grade. The user also wrote that Plaza "always loved attention (not in a bad way)" and always had "a quirky sense of humor."
You may be tempted to fluff up your resume with every single job you've had and every class you've ever taken, but recruiters say that's a mistake. Irrelevant hobbies and links to your social media accounts are other things that you should take off your resume right away.
We spoke to bartenders to find out the popular drinks they hate making the most. See which ones to avoid to stay in their good graces.
Travel is usually one of life's greatest pleasures but sometimes rather unpleasant surprises present themselves. This is especially true when hotels enter the picture. Here, 17 people reveal the grossest thing they've seen in hotel rooms.
10 people reveal what it’s really like to work in a Halloween store — and things can get seriously scary
Working in a Halloween store during October can be fun and draining. These former employees revealed what it's really like to work in a Halloween store.
20 people shared the songs that make them cry every time — and the reasons why will break your heart
Sometimes we want a good cry or are caught by surprise by an emotional song. We rounded up a list of songs that make people cry and why and the stories behind them will break your heart.
Reddit’s former product chief says he made the world ‘a worse place’ in his pursuit of growth at all costs
Former Reddit head of product Dan McComas told New York magazine that he believes his time at the internet forum 'made the world a worse place.' McComas said a relentless pursuit of growth has led to user safety and wellbeing being sacrificed.
Some people really know how to spoil their cats, dogs, and other pets. Here's a roundup of some of the most extravagant things people do for their pets, according to Reddit users.
From peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to boxed macaroni and cheese, here are some American foods that people who are not from the US may find strange.
In a Reddit thread, chefs, cooks, and servers were asked which dishes they always avoid eating at restaurants. The responses ranged from enlightening to stomach-turning. Here are a few foods chefs and restaurant workers say they would never order.