People on Reddit were asked: "What are some other everyday social norms you just can't seem to buy into?" These are some of the best answers.
1. You want the government involved in your relationship? Go right ahead!
Weddings. I just can't seem to wrap my head around weddings! What's the point? What really changes? Why does the end result of a relationship HAVE to be a wedding? Why would a couple, who otherwise gets along great, decide to split up because one or the other doesn't want to get married? I feel like a lot of the people I know who DO get married do it with the mindset of, "Well, we've been together a year / two years / five years, might as well!" ...baffling.
2. WHAT?! SORRY I CANT HEAR YOU OVER THE MUSIC
I just don't like bars and I'm not big on drinking. Even if I wanted to drink though I really don't understand why I would want to go spend $7 for a beer when you can buy enough booze to get me hammered 3+ times for like $25 at home.
3. They make you bring in your OWN?! ON YOUR BIRTHDAY!?
Bringing a treat to work for my birthday. Why should I bring in a treat? It is my birthday! If anything, shouldn't someone else bring one in?
4. Pack. EVERYTHING.
My car has a change of clothes, swimsuit, tooth brush, toothpaste, a towel, and other toiletries. In the trunk I carry a basketball, soccer ball, and about three different kinds of power bars. I never know what I might end up doing and I hate having to go home just to grab one thing that I need.
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