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Woman's Friend Stumbles Upon A Former Classmate On Tinder—And His Profile Is Basically One Giant Red Flag


The events that occur during your adolescence, especially in junior high, can be some of the most impactful in your life.

Remember dealing with acne, or having your lunch money stolen?

Those were a crisis for pre-teens!

The stakes are so high in middle school where any losses like unrequited crushes or a sense of defeat can stay with you forever.

One woman is revisiting the angst of losing an 8th-grade presidential election—an experience she thought she had buried five years ago. But it all came back to haunt her on Tinder.

Meghan, who formerly went by her surname "hibbs" for her Twitter handle, posted:

"So I lost an 8th grade presidential election 5 years ago and my friend just found the guy who beat me on tinder."

She shared a screenshot of the braggadocious profile and adopted his ending catchphrase for her username.

In his description, the dude boasted:

"Still proud of the time I became class president just to beat someone I found mildly annoying. get wrecked meghan."

Twitter called out his apparent sexism.

Others were simply flabbergasted.

Some had theories the guy had a crush on her, making his war cry the equivalent of pulling her hair on the playground.

Not all who win are winners.

It's a proven fact.

For him, this was the pinnacle of his achievements in life.

One user suggested she plan a rematch with her nemesis.

People accentuated the positive.

Summer goals?

Some keywords are indelibly left on our brain.

I had a bully in junior high who always tormented me and attempted to throw me in the garbage can.

He is now out of the closet.

Could it be that I was tormenting his heart?

My anthem.

A T-shirt worn by a child became a point of contention between two mothers whose kids are in a playgroup together.

The offended mother, codenamed "Karen," disapproved of the phrase on the toddler's shirt to such a degree, she confronted the child's mother through a series of texts and threatened to ban him from their playgroup.

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Justice was served for Deborah Sue Culwell, the woman who dumped seven newborn puppies into a dumpster on a balmy day in April.

A judge sentenced the 54-year-old from the city of Coachella in Riverside County, California, to 365 days in county jail after she pleaded guilty to all charges of animal cruelty.

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They say that some of the greatest comedy springs from the greatest tragedy.

And that sentiment is most certainly true when it comes to Stephen Colbert.

While many know the comedian as a smart, funny, and charismatic late night personality from critically acclaimed shows like The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, and The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, it may come as a surprise that Colbert has dealt with an incredible amount of loss in his life.

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Let's be honest, divorce sucks pretty bad in the traditional sense. There's a lot of heartache and paperwork involved - and that's if it's an amicable divorce. If there's some animosity, the process can be straight up traumatizing - but it's 2018 and we're all about making the best out of the worst, so let's find those silver linings, shall we? Divorce isn't all bad. Turns out, it's gone some pretty sweet bonuses attached.

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Full confession, my closest friends often tell me I'm the dumbest genius they know. I breezed through school, handle advanced concepts with ease - and I spent ten minutes looking for my phone in the dark by using the flashlight app on my phone. The saddest part is I didn't even realize how dumb I was being on my own. I tried to recruit my ten-year-old to help me and she just stood there staring at the phone in my hand with the sort of silent pre-teen judgy face you see in sitcoms.

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I'm not a people person...

Some of us are gregarious, loud, thrill seeking (often obnoxious) introverts. We love everything and anything social. Are opposite friends are introverts. We look at them and can't help but feel... they just need a little friendly shove into the fun. Not so. Often they are perfectly content in their quiet company of one. Many do have a crippling social anxiety that can drive them to some interesting predicaments when they are thrust into a public situation.

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