Were you ever bullied in school? Did they get what was coming to them, or did they turn their life around? Or, were you the bully? If so, what made you stop?

accordianne asked Reddit: What ever happened to the bully in your school?

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Ever wonder what industry insiders know that you, the customer, don't? If so, this thread is for you. Take a glimpse at the secrets businesses don't want you to know.

matthewesp asked: What's a dirty secret that everybody in your industry knows about but anyone outside of your line of work would be scandalized to hear?

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What do you think is easier: defending someone who is innocent or guilty? Which do you think lawyers prefer? This thread will shed some light onto the private world of attorney-client relationships.

sphip asked defense lawyers of Reddit: What is it like to defend a client who has confessed to you that they're guilty of a violent crime? Do you still genuinely go out of your way to defend them?

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We think we know someone, and then we move in with them. Lots of things can chance, especially when it's a significant other. Home is where we hide our quirks and intimate habits, so all sorts of surprises lay in store. The challenge is to adapt, if you can.

Dexcov asked: What's something you didn't learn about your S.O. until you lived with them?

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Don't knock something til you rock it. Try new foods. Cats are amazing pets. Challenge your comfort zone, it's good for you.

RooR_ asked: What were you convinced you wouldn't like, until you tried it?

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