With the plethora of dating apps these days, you'd think it would be easier to find the perfect someone, or just anyone who isn't a complete basket-case. How many times have you met the man or woman of you dreams until they blindsided you with something so insane that it had you sprinting for the door? It's enough to make you want to stay single and stay clear of the chaos and confusion of the dating world.

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There's a huge difference between a nice guy and a "nice guy." Actual nice guys treat women with respect simply because they're human beings and all humans should be treated with respect unless they prove themselves to be terrible people. The "Nice Guy" is a whole other monster. "Nice guy" always has an ulterior motive. "Nice guy" isn't nice to women because they're human, he's nice because he wants something in return - and he often flips out in scary ways when he doesn't get it.

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Reddit user mattdacoolcat shared an unfortunately all too familiar story of discrimination from their days as a restaurant host:

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We might all know people that remind us of Michael Scott in The Office, but when your boss reminds you of him it's a special moment. These people share what makes their bosses like Michael Scott.

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Having a baby is a time that is suppose to be filled with joy, anticipation, love and celebration. The co-mingling of two loved one's DNA to create a beautiful new life is a gift. That is unless there are a few surprises that await the delivery... like who the daddy is. Sometimes the delivery can turn into a scene from 'Days of Our Lives.'

Sometimes, you just let the stories speak for themselves.

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Kindness is inspiring. One little bit of exposure to it will make you want to go out and do something kind for somebody else. So let's get to the inspiring!

mrsparkuhlah asked Reddit:

My mother was a teacher. A student once completely made her day, and made up for years of bullying with one thoughtful move. What is an extreme act of kindness you have seen a child or teen commit?

And started the thread with:

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