Have you seen Midnight in Paris? The movie is not about the city per se, rather it's about our fascination with it. Woody Allen asks us why the dream of Paris seems more powerful than walking on its streets.

However, it's not just historical European landmarks that infatuate our minds. That cause us to look at the world through an unrealistic lens. No, no, there are many more culprits — we're too easily swayed.

Last week, Redditor u/Buttercuppy44 asked other users, "What's something we need to stop normalizing?" And it turned out to be a discussion we really needed. People straight away came through with plenty of specific and accurate examples.

#1

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Having to respect a damaging point of view because it's part of someone's religion.

No, I don't have to respect your belief that women are inferior or that LGTBQ+ people shouldn't have rights because your religion tells you to believe that. It's a bad point of view.

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Trixypix
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1 month ago (edited)

This should be higher up in the list AND it can be extended to every belief in general about 'we' are better then 'them' because of religion/ money/ education/ the place where you live/ the colour of your socks/ etc.etc.

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#2

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Canceling people for things they did 10+ years ago. If someone has shown growth in that time then let them grow.

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Otter
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1 month ago

Huzzah, huzzah! The only thing more ridiculous than cancelling someone for a trivial offense committed years ago, is someone digging through ten years of someone else's social media in search of something to use against them.

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#3

Kids beauty pageants.

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Otter
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1 month ago

Not widely considered normal. Considered creepy, disturbing, and exploitative among sane people.

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#4

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Coming to work sick. People tend to get praised for that, but they are in fact just endangering others to get sick as well — and in the end, it costs the company more than if they would've just stayed home.

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Human #1,232,867
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1 month ago

Lot of time, the pressure to go to work come from the management side.

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#5

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Being rude to retail and food workers. We work hard all day, deal with some of the worst customers bar none, and really don't get paid enough to support families but we do it anyway. For way less than it's worth

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Mazer
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1 month ago

Being rude to anyone.

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#6

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Ads on stuff you've paid for.

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Grumble O'Pug
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1 month ago (edited)

There is a special place in hell for these folks

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#7

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Filters that change the shape of your face to fit a beauty standard. Kids are growing up with an even more distorted view of what they should look like than previous generations

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Grumble O'Pug
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1 month ago

It’s extremely sad and toxic

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#8

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Taking pictures of strangers without their knowledge and posting it on the internet. It is toxic as hell and it wasn't that long ago it was seen as creepy.

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Foxxy (The Original)
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1 month ago (edited)

It should be illegal. The last thing I want is for someone to take a photo of me and end up becoming a meme or something.

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#9

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop That anything is possible if you try hard enough. Don't get me wrong, a lot is possible, but not everything. There are factors beyond ourselves that determine our success. The best we can do is to give our best, and be happy that we've done so.

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TheBlackPanda (JustABlackBear)
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1 month ago

Hardwork doesn't always lead to success. A lot of people that became successful through "hard work" don't usually include one thing in their success stories: the role of luck. Some of them were lucky to be born in the right place, to the right people, at the right time, happened to go to the right school, happened to make the right friends, etc. For every success story, there are thousands and millions that did the same amount of hardwork and got nowhere. The difference is, those hardworking but unsuccessful people were simply unlucky. No one knows a sure formula for success in life. It's easy to think you do when you've made it.

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#10

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop People being bastards on the internet, because of anonymity.

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Luka Verheijen
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1 month ago

Including bored panda.

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#11

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Using religion as a weapon.

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Kesam
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1 month ago

To me it's more using religion as an excuse (to discriminate, to question science, to explain away EVERYTHING...)

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#12

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop The greed of the top 1% that fuels the pollution and decay of our planet.

Looking at you Jeff, Bill, and Mark

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NsG
Community Member
1 month ago

I'm going to get downvotes here, but you need to swap out Bill for Richard. Yes, Mr Gates has done some deplorable things while gaining his millions. But he has done philanthropic things that the others haven't even considered. Demonstrably tried to improve things for the rest of humanity. The others? No bathroom breaks and trains that barely run at all never mind on time. Oh, and I'm damn sure it wasn't his age that stopped him taking part in the Prick Space Race, so that's a point in his favour too. Dislike or full on loathe him all you want, but he is no longer in the same league of greed and evil as the others. (Mr Zuckerberg is in a league of his own, although he does look like he wants to be Bezos when he grows up, so...)

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#13

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop The idea that being an as*hole is a sign of intelligence. Jerks are rarely intelligent. Sheldon Cooper, Rick Sanchez, Hannibal Lecter, and Dr. House do not exist.

In my experience, being rude and condescending turns out to be a sign of stupidity, not intelligence.

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Abhinc
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1 month ago

just like being proud of being brutally honest !! you're not honest, you're just a bully

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#14

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Throwing cigarette butts on the floor.

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Abhinc
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1 month ago

in Paris you are fined if a cop sees you throwing a cigarette butt on the floor.

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#15

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Having an opinion on everything.

It’s okay to look at something on the internet and think to yourself “I don’t have to care about this.”

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Human #1,232,867
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1 month ago

Best time saver, ever... (Oh, why do I put a comment here? I should not care) /s

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#16

Kids doing animal abuse. Stop it with, "they are just kids they don't know any better"

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Luka Verheijen
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1 month ago

If it's too extreme, it's often a sign of a sadistic personality, so more reason to work on that early

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#17

The idea that a woman can slap a man if she's angry at him, but a man should never hit a woman regardless of the circumstances.

The former is assault - hitting people who aren't already involved in a physical altercation is never OK, regardless of the circumstances. The latter ties into that; if you are being attacked, the level of force you use in defence should be dependent on the danger you are in, which has almost nothing to do with the sex of your attacker.

Both of these rely on the tired and sexist trope that women are meek little does who have not the physical strength nor moral turpitude to commit violence against the big, strong, tough men. They normalize assault and abuse and accordingly belong in the dustbin of history.

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Luka Verheijen
Community Member
1 month ago

Finally someone who adresses this! This double standard bothers me fir a long time. Also, some women who try to be "feminists" still keep this in check. If you want equal rights for men and women, that includes the downsides too

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#18

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Bullying. It's absurd how society will frame it as a "stage of your life" rather than supporting individuals more so they know how to deal with it. Especially academically, still overlooked majorly.

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Kira Okah
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1 month ago

And massively overlooked or flat out ignored on social media. Ad in the workforce. It not just something kids do on the playground.

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#19

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Alcoholic moms. No, you don’t NEED to bring wine to your daughters soccer game. It’s not quirky. It’s awful. Wine mom stuff on social media only strengthens it and makes it more popular.

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Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
1 month ago

Instamom is the stuff if nightmares. Like the recent one where she jams on the brakes to teach her kid to buckle up. Full blown narcissism in action

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#20

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Using mental illness as an excuse. I suffer from several, and it's very hard on me.. But, i get professional help and deal with it head on. Reading constant posts everyday about people having this disorder and that disorder and that's why it's ok to act a certain way is demotivating. Awareness is important, but dozens of posts everyday about having borderline personality disorder or bipolar disorder and why it's acceptable for you to be an a-hole is not awareness... If you suffer from these so badly, please get help

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Otter
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1 month ago

The world is not your enabler.

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#21

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Married couples disliking one another. Normalizing abusive and toxic elements in marriage is lame, bro.

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Burs
Community Member
1 month ago

Like the jokes about men being “chained” when they decide to marry. Then don’t f*****g marry. If I was the girlfriend In would be furious

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#22

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Working while on vacation. You go on vacation to relax and enjoy yourself, not to try to fill out spreadsheets and deal with work stuff in your hotel room.

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KJ
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1 month ago

I'm guessing this is more a US issue from what I have read, most of us just don't work when on leave.

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#23

Using the phrase "it's my right" as a get out of jail free card to engage in whatever reckless behaviour that takes your fancy.

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Otter
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1 month ago

We call that being "spoiled and entitled" around here.

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#24

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop The entire "game" involved in modern dating or even most social interactions. The playing hard to get, the "arriving fashionably late" like people can we please keep it simple?

Ya go on laugh at me.

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Abhinc
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1 month ago

people don't see the difference between life and theater anymore. because of social medias everything is staged and people act instead of being. so yes please !! let's keep it simple and true. this has gone too far

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#25

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Unhealthy weight. I’m not talking about being fit and thin and making people feel bad about their bodies. Im not talking about having a few extra pounds and making people feel bad for that. I have a few extra pounds, I’m not super fit, but I’m relatively healthy. Everyone’s body is different. Healthy means a lot of different things.

I’m talking about normalizing morbidly obese people as beautiful and something to be celebrated. It’s dangerous especially if children see them as someone to look up to. Then they’ll think it’s ok for your body to carry around so much weight that your heart and lungs are working overtime to keep you alive. It will lead to devastating later years in life as you age and your body slows down. You’ll be at risk for cardiovascular issues, you’ll probably die before your time, and the last few years of your life will be bed ridden while you waste away.

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Otter
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1 month ago

While I agree that there is such a thing as unhealthy weight, you still won't see me attacking the "body positivity movement". Because for people to change for the better, the first step has to be letting go of the self-hatred and shame that plagues the seriously overweight and drives them into a self-destructive spiral of self-harming and self-comforting behavior. If the body positivity movement helps anyone let go of the guilt and self-hatred that's poisoned their lives then more good than harm has been done, and it's not like body negativity ever did anyone any good. You can't shame people into being thinner or healthier, that's not how humans work.

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#26

having unsocial and aggressive dogs, and not leashing or otherwise controlling them

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Luka Verheijen
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1 month ago

Dogs having unsocial and aggressive owners.

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#27

Degrees for office jobs that take almost no time to learn and usually have nothing to do with the degree anyways . So many people out there who can’t afford college but, are just as capable as anyone else.

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J. F.
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1 month ago

Ridiculous demands from the same companies that cry over the lack of qualified employees

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#28

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Diamond and gemstones as gifts. They're shiny rocks with artificially inflated value. They're only expensive because people are willing to pay so much for them. If everyone stopped buying them, the price would fall faster than the Hindenburg. Or faster than the employment rate this year.

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Jo Johannsen
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1 month ago

I'm always depressed by the "my ring has got to be the biggest" stories.

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#29

Cheating. Sooo many "love stories" on netflix, or just any sort of romance movie released these days have cheating involved in them so much. It's always branded as this romantic thing to do. Oooo like at this dark and brooding handsome guy with no personality. Time to f him and forget about my 2 year relationship, or some s*** like that. It's not romantic, it's just wrong, and it should not be normalised.

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Luka Verheijen
Community Member
1 month ago

It's all a little more complicated, some people seem to think cheating is about as bad as it can get. But that being said, romance movies are actually the most messed up when you think about it

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#30

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Unhealthily obese pets. You took a warrior and domesticated it! They aren't happy if they're fat! They just eat on instinct! Stop inadvertently hurting the beings that love us unconditionally!

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Grumble O'Pug
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1 month ago

Warrior? Who writes this?

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#31

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Bragging about getting less than 6 hours of sleep.

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Skara Brae
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1 month ago

That cup on the left needed more sleep.

XSpooky_Mint
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1 month ago

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Penny Fan
Community Member
1 month ago

If you only need a small amount of sleep, way-hey for you. You still get the amount of sleep you need. Some people need more than you. Get over it.

Jj321
Community Member
1 month ago

This. Sleep needs are so variable. Some people need 5 hours, others need closer to 10. Standard 8 isn't one size fits all.

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James016
Community Member
1 month ago

That is nothing to brag about. I get less than 6 hours sleep a night I feel exhausted most days

Remi Flynne
Community Member
1 month ago

Same. Hate it. Nothing good about lack of sleep.

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MagicalUnicorn
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1 month ago

i need 8 hours to de-zombie, 6 hours is just crazy

AngelWingsYT
Community Member
1 month ago

8-10 for me to feel good 7 or less n ill be dead ass tired all day

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Abhinc
Community Member
1 month ago

the social pressure to succeed / over achieve / be the best at everything is exhausting and destructive !! an adult needs at least 7h of sleep every day. when the brain is deprived of adequate sleep, at some point it will go to sleep no matter what the situation. sleepiness while driving is dangerous. research shows that sleep-deprived persons do not always recognize a decline in their performance on workplace for example. over time, continued sleep deprivation raises the risk for a number of chronic health problems, including obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. insufficient sleep can also leave you more vulnerable to mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

Kat
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1 month ago

I would brag about getting 8 hours of sleep. Now THAT'S something to brag about.

Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
1 month ago

Geez, wish it was something to brag about. I'm seriously struggling with lack of sleep, it's not a badge of honour. It sux a**e.

Rob Woodman
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1 month ago

I’ve slept one hour in the past 48 and I’m not bragging...I’m just pissed. Lol

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Jane Alexander
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1 month ago

Bragging period. Let others laud you and if they don't maybe what you did or didn't do wasn't all that laudable.

AngelWingsYT
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1 month ago

I complain! Wth brags!?!?

Chloe *Leah* Pheonix
Community Member
1 month ago

Heheheh.... almost everyone in my school😪

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Son of Philosoraptor
Community Member
1 month ago

You kidding? I whine about it like a ten year old...

Allen Lavine
Community Member
1 month ago

Yes do you know how many people I hear bragging because they work 70+ hours a week I don't know why we start letting our job define us like when someone introduce you to someone for the first time they be like this is x he works for a construction company

ZAPanda
Community Member
1 month ago

I can't remember the details of the case but there was some intern at KPMG in germany, as I recall, who was found dead in his shower, sleep deprived for a week. Nothing to be proud of, just damaging your brain.

Vorknkx
Community Member
1 month ago

Speaking as someone who often doesn't get enough sleep - this is never something to brag about. And yes, I am trying hard to change this and get more rest :)

Chloe *Leah* Pheonix
Community Member
1 month ago

The superiority you feel from having an unhealthier lifestyle than others is a short term gratification that will lead to long term detriments

deathrose
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1 month ago

If I say it's not because I'm bragging but because I'm crying and lamenting my poor life choices.

GirlFriday
Community Member
1 month ago

Who does this?

Cindy N
Community Member
1 month ago

Lots of folks I know. I don't even feel comfortable saying I get 10 hour sleep most nights, b/c I've heard people say to others "you got 8 hours of sleep? I wish I could get that much. I only get 6 because I have to do this and that and all these other things and I'm having a party this weekend I have to plan for, blah blah ". It's a humble brag, saying their life is so much better and they do so many awesome things, they just CAN'T afford to sleep.

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TK 421
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1 month ago

I never brag. It sucks only sleeping a few hours a night. I’m always tired, I get irritated easily, but there’s nothing I can do to fix the problem. Over 30 years, too many doctors, and I’m no closer to a full night. When I hear people brag about it like it makes them tough or cool, I just shake my head.

Martha Meyer
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1 month ago

Who does that?!

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Riley Quinn
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1 month ago

Yeah, this sure is brag worthy. Toss in how hard you work and how many hours you put in, and you're an American hero. Or nitwit, depending on perspective.

Carole Strawn
Community Member
1 month ago

Also, bragging about how hard you work and how many hours. Just stop it.

backatya
Community Member
1 month ago

that shouldn't be bragging more like showing how stupid you are to not give your body what it needs, more sleep to rejuvenate

Sue Clasen
Community Member
1 month ago

You cannot brag about something that you inherited. for some people it means death, for others it means loosing their minds.

Nona Bgo
Community Member
1 month ago

Life is too short to waste it on sleep.

April Pickett
Community Member
1 month ago

I don't brag, and I take a lot of naps.

Jackie Porter
Community Member
1 month ago

Where I work we don't brag about lack of sleep, we complain.

Shadow
Community Member
1 month ago

I'm not braging about it... when I say I get less then 4 hours of sleep in the summer months due to the heat... I'm COMPLAINING!!! I wanna sleep!! I want my full 8 hours!! I don't want to spend 4 months of the year sleep deprived and cranky!!

Mari Bryant
Community Member
1 month ago

This list has turned into whining.

Leigh C.
Community Member
1 month ago

lol What about bragging getting 12 hours sleep?

Damon Tripodi
Community Member
1 month ago

Let people brag about whatever the hell they want. What you need to understand is that everybody's different. Some need the sleep some don't. Etc etc

KT
Community Member
1 month ago

i don't know anyone doing that,, that seems so absurd

Oskar vanZandt
Community Member
1 month ago

I'm a proponent of the new research showing that the average adult needs 8.5 hours of shut-eye a night... teenagers (ave. 9.0) and children (ave.10.5) need more. The number of sleep-deprived, irritable and overwrought young people I've had to deal with in my previous life as a high-school teacher did not for good, productive lessons make.

juztme
Community Member
1 month ago

I sleep less then 4 hours, every night, nothing to brag about.

Healing Moon Breezes
Community Member
1 month ago

bragging - some people deal with this everyday - not bragging, fact.

Natasha
Community Member
1 month ago

I'd like to call 'em insomnia-boos I mean, come on, there ain't nothing good in having insomnia. Unless you want baggy eyes and a half asleep brain. Like, you didn't get less than 6 hour sleep? Talk to your parents or partner, don't go around bragging about it, like, the real insomniacs here barely get a 2 hour sleep, including me, so, if you didn't get a nice sleep, find ways to get out of it.

jonathan bobathan
Community Member
1 month ago

this is ne

ben woskje
Community Member
1 month ago

its not bragging you numbskull... its a cry for help. The docs wont help, the sleep clinic wont help... we would do anything for more sleep ffs.

Mahagony74 Red
Community Member
1 month ago

Will never understand the braggin rite on this one...im "a beast" if I dont have enuff sleep....

Eric Johansen
Community Member
1 month ago

It wasn't the cup it was the pottery class.

Kira Okah
Community Member
1 month ago

People brag about it? I've heard it jokingly with those people immediately slinking back to bed after class, but not seriously.

Saint Thomas
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1 month ago

Make that 8 and I agree

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#32

The grind. Not taking vacation. Working on vacation. Working through your lunch break. Working early and late all the time. Answering emails after hours.

We are completely dispensable to the companies we work for. Don’t lose your life grinding for a company who only thinks of you as a number.

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Vorknkx
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1 month ago

I work at a university, and vacations are sacrosanct here. We have an unwritten rule that you never call someone who is on vacation, no matter how dire the need may be.

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#33

Over-consumption. This goes out to social media influencers who flaunt their hauls and influence people to buy things that they don't need. It will just add on to the landfills. Please, no one's benefitting from hoarding.

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Trixypix
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1 month ago

That's too much credit for the influencers. Overconsumption entails much more than that. Sadly enough.

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#34

Hatred of someone who lives differently than they do.

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J. F.
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1 month ago (edited)

As long as it doesn't hurt anybody else it's none of my business

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#35

Toxic positivity. There’s a huge difference between being optimistic and having raised colored glasses on. We’re all people, and we all experience negative and positive emotions. The only way you can properly get over your emotions is by allowing yourself to feel them. Glossing over your emotions with an aura of “Everything’s fine” isn’t going to solve anything, and it’s just gonna make you feel bad.

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Otter
Community Member
1 month ago

I had a supervisor who was a true believer in toxic positivity. Her attitude was "If we all believe in this stupid idea, it WILL work!", when the sensibly positive attitude is to say "We CAN come up with a solution that will work!".

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#36

Failures in political leadership. I feel more and more we are becoming less critical of failed character in our leaders.

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NsG
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1 month ago

We criticise. It's just water off a duck's back. Its not criticism that's lacking, it's accountability and consequence.

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#37

Student loans.

Education is getting more expensive by the day and the added burden on a student in paying back a student loan helps nobody.

Furthermore people encourage student loans as though the students are obligated to take them if they pursue higher studies. Pure nonsense.

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J. F.
Community Member
1 month ago

Not that much of a problem here in Europe

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#38

Hating police. I've worked places that police don't go. You all don't know how good you have it.

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Kesam
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1 month ago (edited)

I don't hate police in general, but I've had my arm and nearly my skull broken during the 2001 Genoa protests (unprovoked attack on peaceful protesters) and I was in the Diaz school raid (but luckily wasn't hurt as I was hiding in a closet). Sooo... there's good apples and bad apples... but the bad apples do a lot of damage as they are put in a position of power.

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#39

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Students overwhelmed by homework when it isn’t necessary. I’m excluding situations like when the workloads from classes are reasonable and happen to pile on one day or students who aren’t organized, etc. This whole thing is a grey area, but sleep, burnout, mental health exists.

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
1 month ago

A little coordination between teachers could solve this problem. I can remember the times where we had to do an assignment for English and an hour later our French teacher came up with a similar time consuming assignment. When we explained that that meant we had to choose which one we could do, he postponed the assignment for 2 weeks. But other teachers just said "Deal with it." It's education, teacher, we're not operating a multibillion dollar business with deadlines and targets here.

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#40

People Are Sharing 40 Things We Are Still Normalizing But Need To Stop Not caring about education. So many people obviously didn't pay attention in elementary school and don't care about it.

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Luka Verheijen
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1 month ago

Over here, the government doesn't see education as a "top priority" while I think it's one of THE most important things

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