Most of the time, dress codes are there for a reason. Sure, there are the unfair instances of "no spaghetti straps at school" and "no jeans at the office". But at the same time, there are certain work environments that don't call for inappropriate wear. And when you go in for that first interview, you've got to leave a good impression.
You ever wish you could unlearn something? Same. Like, we REALLY didn't want to know about reproductive systems, the secret lives of our parents, or that man-eating land fish that was running around Central Park (look it up). All in all, knowledge is power, but with great power comes great responsibility.
Kids cry for really dumb reasons sometimes. It can be inexplicable why they're crying, exactly, but to them it's the biggest deal in the entire world. Sometimes all you need is a little patience. Other times it's just a big case of WTF.
Arguably one of the best depictions of left-handed people is Ned Flanders from The Simpsons. In the show, he opens his "Leftorium", which unfortunately goes out of business pretty quickly. Similar struggles exist for left-handed people in the non-cartoon world, and are continually ignored in a predominantly right-handed world.
Not everyone is meant for the water. Certain people should just stay far away from a public pool- they're already germy and full of screaming children. The best solution would just be to get their own pool. Or a kiddie pool. Or just a bathtub. Whatever it is, stay away from the community pool.
ER dispatchers seriously aren't paid enough. The stress and trauma that this job comes with is insurmountable, and deserves a lot of respect. Some of the calls they get can be life changing, not just for the people involved, but also the dispatchers themselves.