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Being a parent is hard, it can be even harder is you are totally clueless about major aspects of your child's life.

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Those of us who live in areas where it snows in the wintertime know the drill: Snow is annoying as hell, but it's a fact of life. Get out the shovel, make sure your car has some good snow tires, and go about your business. Those of you who live in areas where society outright stops the second a snowflake hits the ground: What's the matter with you? Get some salt on those roads and sit down!

Redditor Timwayward asked the online community, "Reddit people who have dealt with plenty of snow, what is some advice for "snow noobs?" so you wouldn't have to. Now pay attention.

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Cooking is an art form, but there's a straightforward way to do it as well as a fanciful way. No one's going to say your slapped together grilled cheese made in a cracked sauce pan after a long day at work is a piece of beauty. If it gets the job done, then who cares, right? There's always a way to do it better, however, and usually it involves the simplest cooking methods no one really talks about.

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Having the emotional capacity to miss someone who might only be in the next room is a gift. Odds are, you might be in a relationship where if your significant other leaves it's a welcome break. Then, there are those who find it impossible to sever the emotional strands for even a short trip to the grocery store without longing for their s.o. Missing someone is real, no matter how far they are, but what about those on the other end of those feelings? What do you say if you just don't miss them?

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Changing generations lead to changing standards. What used to be good for our grandparents to learn may not be enough for the chldren of today. Call it the power of hindsight, or just call it a learned experience, but sometimes those old parables are just straight garbage. "Rub some dirt in it," anyone?

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Losing your hoodies to your partners is just a fact of relationship life. It's almost a rite of passage, let's be real. This is particularly true for anyone dating a woman. Speaking for womankind, we have no idea why we love hoodies and sweaters so much. We just do. We know it's weird, we know that hoodie doesn't really belong to us - but it belongs with us, ya know? Things between us and hoodies is just something too deep to explain.

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