Parents Ask Their Son To Move Out Without Realizing He’s The One Paying The Bills, Later Ask Him To “Come Back As Long As He Kept Helping Them”

There are people privileged to be born into well-off, stress-free, and non-toxic families. It’s very lucky to have a family that will always support and not belittles you. Also, there are people lucky enough to compose themselves to leave a toxic household.

Such is the case in this viral Reddit post in the Malicious Compliance subreddit. OP’s friend knew someone who was kicked out of their house, not knowing that it was that person who was taking care of their bills. Find out what happened next in the story below!

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OP’s friend knows someone who was kicked out of his home. However, despite being booted out, that person did not complain

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The man’s sister persuaded their parents to boot him out because he is a “shut-in loser”

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The parents always preferred their “popular” daughter to their “nerdy” son


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Two months later, the sister asked her why the bills weren’t getting paid

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His parents called him some time later, telling him that his sister had confessed. He was told he could come back, but he didn’t.

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Here are the sentiments of some members of the Reddit community



Nurse’s Salary Expectation Is Too High So Job Recruiter Wants To Start A Negotiation But Isn’t Willing To Compromise On Their Part

One of the hardest parts of a job interview is the salary negotiation stage. You know you need the job to support your needs, but asking for a salary that might be too high for the company could cost you the job opportunity. It’s really a balance between your needs and the financial capability of the company.

A nurse that goes by the Reddit username Jbeez4117 made it clear in her application that her preferred minimum salary is $34 per hour. However, the clinic where she applied can only go $29 an hour as starting pay, but she was invited for a negotiation. However, the negotiation phase isn’t what you would have expected to turn out. Follow her full story below!

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A nurse went to Reddit to vent out about a one-sided negotiation she had with a clinic that offers pay lower than her preferred minimum

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OP was willing to talk about the salary that can be agreed upon by both parties. However, the employers remained adamant about the $29/hr rate

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Here are what the readers had to say






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