I’m guessing you meant “neither OP nor their manager”?
Do “unfiltered” stories count? I just got a notification on a story I’d commented on and completely forgotten about. OP seems the worst kind of person to co-op game with.
I definitely remember this being dissected here (edit: found it); of course, unfiltered stories, with no title, are kind of impossible to search for on the thread, so they’re boobs to be posted again.
@PotatoPercy Can we look at having an a-hole OP tag?
Suggested title of “I wouldn’t Smash with him again!”
Haha I love the idea. Maybe not so much as “Ahole” but we can do “bad guy OP” or some such.
Ahhhhh this is GREAT I’m stealing this.
Content Warning: Animal Death
And an OP who thinks this is a good thing.
I don’t think the OP will be too pleased to see how their Godmother’s mum’s actions are being taken.
“You didn’t listen to me when I told you something might attack your dogs so I attacked them.”
OP: “Hey, i made a funny!”
Comment section: “OP, you made an inappropriate remark to a minor!”
Got pinged to this one. Everyone agrees that the patient was in the wrong for being late and then complaining his appointment was late, but pretty much everyone was frustrated that the OP apologised for the appointments running behind schedule but didn’t explain that the reason everything was running late because this patient was late!
It would have been inappropriate regardless, but damn, OP could have just omitted the age and made it so much better (or… less bad)
Don’t know if this has been nominated before but…
I’m a little ambivalent, to be honest. The store’s charge was definitely out of line (Too high and mandatory???) but the commentators do have a point about bricks and mortar stores vs online purchases.
Technically, this story doesn’t belong here, and if the anonymization and title would have been better, then the comment section wouldn’t have dissolved into politics at all:
Not the fault of the OP, but no one is focusing on the customer’s reaction, and instead commenting on how someone can’t afford their $10 copay and so can’t have their appointment… and so they get hit with a $25 bill for cancelling.
Everyone is surprised that the editorial team actually let this one through…