Aren't infomercials great? All those white people messing up simple tasks... well, now there's a product for your madeup problems. Here are some of the favorite overreaches of consumer culture.

w1llyman asked: What "problem" was invented just to sell a product?

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Beating cancer is a victory to a race no one wants to run. For those that survive, it can be life-affirming. For care providers, nothing is more rewarding than saving someone's life.

Major_Blackbird asked: Doctors of reddit, what was the best reaction of a patient after receiving the message that they're cancer free?

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Some say that there are no stupid questions. They're wrong. See below.

Itsme2006 asked: Whats the dumbest question someone legitimately asked you?

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Secrets secrets are no fun unless they're posted anonymously to Reddit. There are lots of lessons to be learned from people's humiliating experiences. The big takeaway here? Never waste a boner, never trust a fart.

BreachyJoe asked: What's the most enbarrassing thing you're willing to admit about yourself?

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Apparently true love does exist, and so does love at first sight. These lucky people found "the one" and shared their stories. Meanwhile, cats are great.

giantclan asked those who married their first boyfriend/girlfriend: What made you decide they were the one despite never being with anyone else?

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Sometimes relationships get a violent shove in one direction; but not always for the worse. Sure, people cheat and lie, but they also offer comfort and compassion. Many factors can affect how a partnership evolves - addiction, trauma, or simply a change of heart.

bejeweledbanana asked: What was the tipping point of your last relationship?

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