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Nostaglia is welcome in these strange times... and lots of people have some ideas about what products they'd like to see brought back to life. Orbitz? Yeah. Wendy's spicy nuggets? Oh yes. Discovery Zone? Let's open one!

Vaffanculo28 asked: If you could bring back any discontinued product, toy or item, what would it be and why?

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Tinder dating is a wild ride, so it seems, though I've never used it. But the level of sheer crazy never ceases to amaze. No wonder there are so many single people out there. Stay in school.

jamesh31 asked: What's your worst Tinder experience?

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Save some money for those therapy bills!

Children don't come with instructions. As a parent you are inevitably going to screw your kids up in some way. You can't avoid it, you can only hope the damage is minimal and that the they find talented therapists to later. Though you can't always be perfect you can be vigilant with your actions and behaviors, remember, the children are always watching.

Redditor u/Tubu_ wanted parents out there to fess up to their and other's parenting issues gone awry by asking.... What is some bad parenting that messes the kid up?

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DNA doesn't lie. People do.

When it comes to this new baby... you are NOT the father. Some guys handle that news well, others not so much. What's so remarkable is how many expecting parents don't seem to understand how sex works.

a_13uldge asked doctors and nurses of Reddit: Have you ever witnessed a couple have a child that was obviously not the father's? If so, what happened?

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No one wants to have a marriage proposal rejected. But like, don't be a creep and definitely don't tell the person you want to marry that you can't wait to "own them."

E3zyy asked Redditors: Who turned down a marriage proposal? How did it go and why?

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Teachers are not infallible!

Nobody is perfect, not any of us ordinary folk or people in positions of power, like teachers. Yes, teachers are heroes. Most go far and beyond for students and their educations and they most certainly are underpaid, criminally so. But teachers are not perfect. They are human and make errors. Sometimes as a student you need to speak up, especially if you're being disrespected and not heard. Don't be afraid to be seen and heard no matter who the person with power is.

Redditor u/Vlelo wanted students to share a few tales about the classroom by asking.... Students of Reddit, have you ever lost your temper with a teacher? What's your story?

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