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pile on: IF WORLD WAR II WERE A BAR FIGHT (revised) Still sore from the night before, Germany is nevertheless found patronizing our favorite bar. Having had one too many pints, Germany is sucking up to Russia, not wanting to pay for the drinks that France insists it owes. Germany and Russia drunkenly shout that Austria is their brother, man, and also that they and Italy go way back. Sauced now and belligerent, Germany glares angrily about the bar. Italy is already marching around, challenging everyone to step outside. Japan is in the back room whacking China with a pool cue. America left the bar some time ago. With nothing better to do, Germany challenges Russia to an arm-wrestling match at Spain's table. The pub pays attention. Satisfied, Germany returns to the bar to order another pint, and one for Austria too. Glancing over at Czechoslovakia, Germany says, "Hey, nice shirt. I want it." Czechoslovakia, offended, stands up to take a swing, but Britain gets between the two saying, "Can't we just get along? Come on now, Czechoslovakia. Just the shirt, that's all." Humiliated, Czechoslovakia hands over the shirt. Britain walks back to its corner table with France and says, "See? Peace in our time." At the other end of the pub, Italy's finally found someone to fight: It kicks Ethiopia in its goolies as it walks in. Germany raises its pint glass to Italy. Germany then looks at Russia, who's wandered back in after checking on Japan in the back room. Both look over at Poland who's been sitting by themselves at a small table next to theirs. England and France give Germany a stern look, and England wags a finger at Germany. With an "Aw, shucks" grin at England, Germany turns and knocks Poland's beer off its table. Poland stands up to confront Germany, beckoning for England and France to come over and help. Russia taps Poland on the shoulder, and when Poland turns to look, Germany grabs a chair and smashes it over Poland's head. Russia repeatedly kicks Poland, now coughing on the floor, while everyone watches. Germany turns to England and France, gesturing "Come at me," but England and France slink back to their table, continuing to utter threats in low voices. Denmark, Norway, Holland, and Belgium just popped in for a quick one after work but are now worried. They finish their drinks in a hurry and yell for the bill. Finland, so far unnoticed by anyone, noticing Russia is distracted going through Poland's pockets, sneaks up behind and smashes a bottle of vodka over Russia's head. Russia gets up, shakes its head, grabs Finland by one arm, and tosses him against the wall, knocking him out. Russia then goes back to their table in the far corner and sits down to sulk. Japan takes note, and goes out back to make sure China's still out. England is now texting Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and India, telling them to get down here right quick and by the way, could one of them pop in at the United States' place and see if he can come over with a baseball bat. England then walks over to stand by France, who is now in the middle of the room confronting Germany, Italy, and their mates. Denmark, Norway, Holland, and Belgium finally settle their bill and head for the door. Germany crosses the room rolling up its sleeves, picks up a bar stool, and hurls it toward Holland, who, attempting to dodge, ends up tripping and hitting its head on a table. The stool strikes Belgium squarely on the head, while Germany, not missing a stride, punches Denmark and then Norway, knocking them all out. The pub still in shock, Germany grabs all their wallets and tosses them on a table to sort through later. France, upset that its little cousin Belgium has fallen, rushes over to take a swing at Germany. Italy, finally done going through Ethiopia's pockets and now seeing France on the move, sticks out its leg. France trips, and although recovering quickly, Germany has picked up an entire table and brings it down over France's head. France is knocked out for several hours and upon waking appears to be schizophrenic, arguing with itself in a corner. Outnumbered and alone, England barricades itself behind the bar and begins tossing empty pint glasses at Germany, hoping the kids will show up soon. Germany and Italy begin sorting out the wallets. In a corner booth, having witnessed what just happened, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania stand up and declare that Germany and Italy are their new best mates and buy them a round. Across the street the United States is getting concerned about the noise and broken windows. It wants to go over and take a look, but dinner just came out of the oven. While Germany is busy counting its spoils, Italy decides to pick a fight with the Balkans Football Club, who have somehow gone unnoticed all this while. The BFC, being tougher than they look, offer Italy a few heavyhanded smacks to the face. Italy runs behind Germany and peeks out from behind Germany's legs. Germany turns around at Italy, "WTF!" Fortunately, best buds Romania and Hungary come to aid Germany in sorting out the BFC. Germany looks around the pub, which is in shambles. England continues to yell threats from behind the bar, where Canada is too, passing over fresh stacks of pint glasses to toss. Germany hears another cry for help from Italy, who is now being smacked about the kneecaps by Australia, New Zealand, South Africa. Apparently, Italy was rifling through Egypt's pockets when England saw, and the kids arrived. Germany and looks about for better allies. The United States is just about finished with dinner, when it hears a noise in the backyard. The United States looks over just in time to see Japan smashing the Tiki-themed patio set, evidently for suggesting Japan had too much to drink the other day. The United States is very upset about its Tiki-themed patio set, and heads down to bar. Meanwhile Japan eggs the Netherlands' house and moons Australia, as it heads back to pick on China some more. As Germany makes its way to help Italy, it makes eye contact with Japan, who is stretching and cracking its knuckles, giving Germany a knowing nod. Japan sees the United States at the doorway, puffs its chest and marches across the ocean of spilled beer. The United States, still laughing at the scene, almost doesn't see Japan about to swing a broken table. The United States reels backwards and bumps into Germany. Germany promises to take care of the United States once it's taken care of the Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Japan, meanwhile, turns around and starts applying the broken table on poor Netherlands, who had just woken up and was cowering on the floor. The Philippines walks out, vowing never to return. India, trying hard to mind its own business, gets splashed with beer. Having dealt with England's children, Germany walks over to Russia, hands outstretched in greeting. Russia takes them and gets rewarded with Germany's boot to the nads. Having no love for Russia, Finland, Hungary, Italy, and Romania all pile on. Bloodied and dazed, Russia backs off into the storeroom. England whispers something to Canada. Canada sneaks across the room and swings a bottle at Germany's head. The bottle fails to break, and Germany turns around and connects a punch to Canada's nose in one continuous motion. Canada retreats, but continues to keep a steady supply of pint glasses flowing. Australia and New Zealand get panicked calls from their wives: Japan appears to be lurking in their gardens. They dash home. Germany goes looking for Russia in the storeroom, and notices by a walk- in freezer with hanging loops of sausage and scnitzel. Hungry and excited, Germany calls over its new friends, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Finland, and Ukraine, when it opens the freezer door to find Russia. Things don't go well Russia. Italy, having decided that beating up Ethiopia was training enough to punch someone in their own weight class, decide to take a swing at England. Italy is quickly stripped of its disillusionment. Italy's cries for help go unheard, as Germany is still in the freezer. The friendly bartender Switzerland calmly watches the scene devolve, dishtowel in one hand, drink in the other, ducking the occasional pub projectile. The bartender from the last shift, Sweden, has been hanging around, handing out brass knuckles and selling weapons licenses to any and all sides, quite fairly and neutrally. The United States, Canada, and England finally jump Italy together and knock it unconscious. South Africa, New Zealand, and the recently-woken Poland join together to rain blows on Germany until it begs for mercy. Brazil from down the street arrives and jumps in, as does France, now recovered from its corner. Italy and Germany finally surrender. Japan shows its face again, but the United States had already contracted the help of some engineers at the end of the bar, anticipating this moment. Having heaved a piano over the second floor railing, the engineers land it squarely on Japan's head, making a deafening noise that rocks the entire establishment. The United States asks the engineers to prepare another piano, in case Japan gets up. With Japan's surrender, the barfight is concluded. Germany appears to have developed a split-personality disorder. Russia eventually checks out of the ICU and starts building its own pianos. OFUGLY.COM The History of WWII 1938-1945
 pile on: IF WORLD WAR II WERE
 A BAR FIGHT
 (revised)
 Still sore from the night before, Germany is nevertheless found
 patronizing our favorite bar. Having had one too many pints, Germany is
 sucking up to Russia, not wanting to pay for the drinks that France insists
 it owes. Germany and Russia drunkenly shout that Austria is their brother,
 man, and also that they and Italy go way back.
 Sauced now and belligerent, Germany glares angrily about the bar. Italy is
 already marching around, challenging everyone to step outside. Japan is
 in the back room whacking China with a pool cue. America left the bar
 some time ago.
 With nothing better to do, Germany challenges Russia to an arm-wrestling
 match at Spain's table. The pub pays attention. Satisfied, Germany
 returns to the bar to order another pint, and one for Austria too.
 Glancing over at Czechoslovakia, Germany says, "Hey, nice shirt. I want
 it." Czechoslovakia, offended, stands up to take a swing, but Britain gets
 between the two saying, "Can't we just get along? Come on now,
 Czechoslovakia. Just the shirt, that's all." Humiliated, Czechoslovakia
 hands over the shirt. Britain walks back to its corner table with France and
 says, "See? Peace in our time."
 At the other end of the pub, Italy's finally found someone to fight: It kicks
 Ethiopia in its goolies as it walks in. Germany raises its pint glass to Italy.
 Germany then looks at Russia, who's wandered back in after checking on
 Japan in the back room. Both look over at Poland who's been sitting by
 themselves at a small table next to theirs. England and France give
 Germany a stern look, and England wags a finger at Germany. With an
 "Aw, shucks" grin at England, Germany turns and knocks Poland's beer
 off its table.
 Poland stands up to confront Germany, beckoning for England and
 France to come over and help. Russia taps Poland on the shoulder, and
 when Poland turns to look, Germany grabs a chair and smashes it over
 Poland's head. Russia repeatedly kicks Poland, now coughing on the
 floor, while everyone watches.
 Germany turns to England and France, gesturing "Come at me," but
 England and France slink back to their table, continuing to utter threats in
 low voices. Denmark, Norway, Holland, and Belgium just popped in for a
 quick one after work but are now worried. They finish their drinks in a
 hurry and yell for the bill.
 Finland, so far unnoticed by anyone, noticing Russia is distracted going
 through Poland's pockets, sneaks up behind and smashes a bottle of
 vodka over Russia's head. Russia gets up, shakes its head, grabs Finland
 by one arm, and tosses him against the wall, knocking him out. Russia
 then goes back to their table in the far corner and sits down to sulk. Japan
 takes note, and goes out back to make sure China's still out.
 England is now texting Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and India,
 telling them to get down here right quick and by the way, could one of
 them pop in at the United States' place and see if he can come over with a
 baseball bat. England then walks over to stand by France, who is now in
 the middle of the room confronting Germany, Italy, and their mates.
 Denmark, Norway, Holland, and Belgium finally settle their bill and head
 for the door. Germany crosses the room rolling up its sleeves, picks up a
 bar stool, and hurls it toward Holland, who, attempting to dodge, ends up
 tripping and hitting its head on a table. The stool strikes Belgium squarely
 on the head, while Germany, not missing a stride, punches Denmark and
 then Norway, knocking them all out. The pub still in shock, Germany grabs
 all their wallets and tosses them on a table to sort through later.
 France, upset that its little cousin Belgium has fallen, rushes over to take
 a swing at Germany. Italy, finally done going through Ethiopia's pockets
 and now seeing France on the move, sticks out its leg. France trips, and
 although recovering quickly, Germany has picked up an entire table and
 brings it down over France's head. France is knocked out for several
 hours and upon waking appears to be schizophrenic, arguing with itself in
 a corner.
 Outnumbered and alone, England barricades itself behind the bar and
 begins tossing empty pint glasses at Germany, hoping the kids will show
 up soon.
 Germany and Italy begin sorting out the wallets. In a corner booth, having
 witnessed what just happened, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania stand up
 and declare that Germany and Italy are their new best mates and buy
 them a round.
 Across the street the United States is getting concerned about the noise
 and broken windows. It wants to go over and take a look, but dinner just
 came out of the oven.
 While Germany is busy counting its spoils, Italy decides to pick a fight with
 the Balkans Football Club, who have somehow gone unnoticed all this
 while. The BFC, being tougher than they look, offer Italy a few
 heavyhanded smacks to the face. Italy runs behind Germany and peeks
 out from behind Germany's legs. Germany turns around at Italy, "WTF!"
 Fortunately, best buds Romania and Hungary come to aid Germany in
 sorting out the BFC. Germany looks around the pub, which is in
 shambles. England continues to yell threats from behind the bar, where
 Canada is too, passing over fresh stacks of pint glasses to toss.
 Germany hears another cry for help from Italy, who is now being smacked
 about the kneecaps by Australia, New Zealand, South Africa. Apparently,
 Italy was rifling through Egypt's pockets when England saw, and the kids
 arrived. Germany
 and looks about for better allies.
 The United States is just about finished with dinner, when it hears a noise
 in the backyard. The United States looks over just in time to see Japan
 smashing the Tiki-themed patio set, evidently for suggesting Japan had
 too much to drink the other day. The United States is very upset about its
 Tiki-themed patio set, and heads down to bar. Meanwhile Japan eggs the
 Netherlands' house and moons Australia, as it heads back to pick on
 China some more.
 As Germany makes its way to help Italy, it makes eye contact with Japan,
 who is stretching and cracking its knuckles, giving Germany a knowing
 nod. Japan sees the United States at the doorway, puffs its chest and
 marches across the ocean of spilled beer. The United States, still laughing
 at the scene, almost doesn't see Japan about to swing a broken table.
 The United States reels backwards and bumps into Germany. Germany
 promises to take care of the United States once it's taken care of the
 Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Japan, meanwhile, turns
 around and starts applying the broken table on poor Netherlands, who
 had just woken up and was cowering on the floor.
 The Philippines walks out, vowing never to return. India, trying hard to
 mind its own business, gets splashed with beer.
 Having dealt with England's children, Germany walks over to Russia,
 hands outstretched in greeting. Russia takes them and gets rewarded with
 Germany's boot to the nads. Having no love for Russia, Finland, Hungary,
 Italy, and Romania all pile on. Bloodied and dazed, Russia backs off into
 the storeroom.
 England whispers something to Canada. Canada sneaks across the room
 and swings a bottle at Germany's head. The bottle fails to break, and
 Germany turns around and connects a punch to Canada's nose in one
 continuous motion. Canada retreats, but continues to keep a steady
 supply of pint glasses flowing.
 Australia and New Zealand get panicked calls from their wives: Japan
 appears to be lurking in their gardens. They dash home.
 Germany goes looking for Russia in the storeroom, and notices by a walk-
 in freezer with hanging loops of sausage and scnitzel. Hungry and
 excited, Germany calls over its new friends, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia,
 Hungary, Finland, and Ukraine, when it opens the freezer door to find
 Russia. Things don't go well
 Russia.
 Italy, having decided that beating up Ethiopia was training enough to
 punch someone in their own weight class, decide to take a swing at
 England. Italy is quickly stripped of its disillusionment. Italy's cries for help
 go unheard, as Germany is still in the freezer.
 The friendly bartender Switzerland calmly watches the scene devolve,
 dishtowel in one hand, drink in the other, ducking the occasional pub
 projectile. The bartender from the last shift, Sweden, has been hanging
 around, handing out brass knuckles and selling weapons licenses to any
 and all sides, quite fairly and neutrally.
 The United States, Canada, and England finally jump Italy together and
 knock it unconscious. South Africa, New Zealand, and the recently-woken
 Poland join together to rain blows on Germany until it begs for mercy.
 Brazil from down the street arrives and jumps in, as does France, now
 recovered from its corner.
 Italy and Germany finally surrender.
 Japan shows its face again, but the United States had already contracted
 the help of some engineers at the end of the bar, anticipating this moment.
 Having heaved a piano over the second floor railing, the engineers land it
 squarely on Japan's head, making a deafening noise that rocks the entire
 establishment. The United States asks the engineers to prepare another
 piano, in case Japan gets up.
 With Japan's surrender, the barfight is concluded.
 Germany appears to have developed a split-personality disorder.
 Russia eventually checks out of the ICU and starts building its own pianos.
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The History of WWII 1938-1945

The History of WWII 1938-1945

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pile on: From Vodafone: You missed 1 call(s) from Aug 21:11 To deactivate this service dial 121 and choose 'Mailbox Settings' on 14 21:12 Wednesday, 9 October What's up 23:33 Nothing 23:34 Nothing that concerns u anyway 23:34 You wouldn't have called if nothing was wrong 23:35 I pocket dialed 23:35 Why would I call u after u have been so cold and unkind to me 23:35 You weren't exactly a bag of roses and sunshine to me 23:36 Still playing the blame game I see 23:37 Pity 23:37 Seriously, I pocket dialed 23:37 I didnt call u for anything sorry 23:38 "Why would I call u after u have been so cold and unkind to me" "still playing the blame game" 23:38 You clearly did, but it's fine 23:38 Go away 23:39 I certainly didnt , Im tipsy 23:39 Ah, so that's why. Your drunkenness made you miss me 23:39 Not at all 23:40 Mmmmmmmhm 23:40 Dont flatter urself after all 'You aren't the be all and end all to my life 23:40 You even remember something I said months ago... Sounds like you miss me 23:41 So what's up? 23:44 Thursday, 10 October Your a cold manipulative bitch . I remember that bc of how much it hurt me . Ur disgusting in ur narcissistic attitude to how I view you . Tbh I havent given a second thought to u in these last few months. What is it with you piling the guilt on me? I genuinely accidentally pocket dialed u and u make a HUGE thing about it Obviously u miss me mate and that in itself is kinda sad. Ive moved on , I have my future to plan so piss off and concentrate on yours 01:03 Do you ever actually read what you write? I don't pile on guilt, you just felt guilty because you're fucked in the head completely. I did actually mention you only the other day to my mum. We were talking about the people we had weird interactions with I hadn't thought about you until then either and I forgot about you again until you called me. I'm cold to you now because I have no reason to be warm to you 01:06 Any time you know something is true, you'll always throw the same claim back at me in a cringey, immediately transparent attempt to hide the truth 01:08 Im not doing this mate , its history, done and dusted , Find someone else to bully 01:08 Will do people with no personality like you are a dime a dozen 01:10 Did you enjoy that? Was it cathartic? I enjoyed it, validation that I'm right about you 01:20 Text message Screenshot of a friend's interaction. They're both Nice Gays™ and they were only talking for a month before things turned sour... Honestly just throw both guys away
 pile on: From Vodafone: You missed
 1 call(s) from
 Aug 21:11
 To deactivate this service dial 121 and
 choose 'Mailbox Settings'
 on 14
 21:12
 Wednesday, 9 October
 What's up
 23:33
 Nothing
 23:34
 Nothing that concerns u anyway
 23:34
 You wouldn't have called if nothing
 was wrong
 23:35
 I pocket dialed
 23:35
 Why would I call u after u have been
 so cold and unkind to me
 23:35
 You weren't exactly a bag of roses and
 sunshine to me
 23:36
 Still playing the blame game I see
 23:37
 Pity
 23:37
 Seriously, I pocket dialed
 23:37
 I didnt call u for anything sorry
 23:38
 "Why would I call u after u have been
 so cold and unkind to me"
 "still playing the blame game"
 23:38
 You clearly did, but it's fine
 23:38
 Go away
 23:39
 I certainly didnt , Im tipsy
 23:39
 Ah, so that's why. Your drunkenness
 made you miss me
 23:39
 Not at all
 23:40
 Mmmmmmmhm
 23:40
 Dont flatter urself after all 'You aren't
 the be all and end all to my life
 23:40
 You even remember something I said
 months ago... Sounds like you miss
 me
 23:41
 So what's up?
 23:44
 Thursday, 10 October
 Your a cold manipulative bitch . I
 remember that bc of how much it hurt
 me . Ur disgusting in ur narcissistic
 attitude to how I view you . Tbh I
 havent given a second thought to
 u in these last few months. What is
 it with you piling the guilt on me? I
 genuinely accidentally pocket dialed
 u and u make a HUGE thing about it
 Obviously u miss me mate and that
 in itself is kinda sad. Ive moved on , I
 have my future to plan so piss off and
 concentrate on yours
 01:03
 Do you ever actually read what you
 write? I don't pile on guilt, you just
 felt guilty because you're fucked in
 the head completely. I did actually
 mention you only the other day to
 my mum. We were talking about the
 people we had weird interactions with
 I hadn't thought about you until then
 either and I forgot about you again
 until you called me.
 I'm cold to you now because I have no
 reason to be warm to you
 01:06
 Any time you know something is true,
 you'll always throw the same claim
 back at me in a cringey, immediately
 transparent attempt to hide the truth
 01:08
 Im not doing this mate , its history,
 done and dusted , Find someone else
 to bully
 01:08
 Will do people with no personality
 like you are a dime a dozen
 01:10
 Did you enjoy that? Was it cathartic?
 I enjoyed it, validation that I'm right
 about you
 01:20
 Text message
Screenshot of a friend's interaction. They're both Nice Gays™ and they were only talking for a month before things turned sour... Honestly just throw both guys away

Screenshot of a friend's interaction. They're both Nice Gays™ and they were only talking for a month before things turned sour... Honestl...

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 pile on: Everyone, thanks yuos for coming.
 We have comes together to of
 creatings a federation. We have
 been through struggles of the many,
 but we have of been there for each
 others because we are the similar,
 like family. So lets now us formings
 UN
 a union that will makes us stronk
 and prosperous
 Together
 Yes! We not shall
 wastings more times
 standing here! Unity
 for great!
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 *clap
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 togethers at work!
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 If little nationss of these can be
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 can get mine ex-comrades again
 so i can be stronk agains
 Belorussia!
 /
 Yes, Rossiya?
 Get everyones except baltics because
 fuckings them! We is formings our union, Aa!
 Yes! Anything for yuo Rossiya!
 Many moments later...
 ...and with mutual cooperation
 we decidings of union to enrich
 m... er i mean prosper togethers.
 Du? Cooperate? New
 scheiße huh?
 1
 Wow.. Je will totally
 surrenders mon euros...
 Now transfer over
 the rubles
 Ich doubt du could ever have
 the leadership to du the tasks of
 simple like pile-on-pyramid
 Oh yuo no thinks we can
 works together? Fine, then
 A... we will shows yuo!
 Glorious Rossiya
 deserve to be top on
 Rossiya? I thinks tower
 unstable is. Also, yuo
 are so heavys.
 Shut up Belarus. This
 will works and a not fat.
 АНННННННН!!!
 Қаргы сатқыр!
 Fuck yuo Rossiya! Yuo is
 not boss anymore!
 oh no
 АННННН!!
 doily
 Damn cykas!
 sob
 rosja of suck
 *BLAM
 Brother uzbek, join
 stan party tomorrow?
 Yes, will be fun lots
 with our brothers
 V
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pile on: yG 91% 11810 X TIFU by tipping my pizza delivery driver $1100 So today I sold my bitcoin I bought 2 years ago I spent like $100 on the investment or something, I cashed it out at a bitcoin atm and brought it home the first thing I did to celebrate was buy some edibles. I buy some edibles eat a whole brownie and am out of it, I order some pizza and take some money from my wad and put it in a pile on the table next to me total was like 20 so I put 23. Since I'm high af the pizza delivery girl knocks I grab the wad of all the money not the $23 stack. I give it to her and she starts crying she keeps saying are you sure you dont know how much this is going to help me. Freaked out and high I say okay and just rush inside. Right now after waking up being passed out I realize what I've done, gave away my bill money for this month lol. TL;DR I tipped my pizza delivery driver $1100 while high on brownie edibles by accident and have no money to pay for my bills now Edit: Thanks for all the nice comments and the reddit gold kind stranger. I just woke up and this post just blew up. I could never call the pizza place and ask for the money back, with how happy it made the women and the fact it was my own dumb mistake it just wouldn't feel right in my head, I would rather be late on my bills and figure anything else out then do that. 46.4k 2.2k Share Award Add a comment I feel fairly confident that none of this actually happened.
 pile on: yG 91%
 11810
 X
 TIFU by tipping my pizza delivery driver
 $1100
 So today I sold my bitcoin I bought 2 years ago I
 spent like $100 on the investment or something, I
 cashed it out at a bitcoin atm and brought it home
 the first thing I did to celebrate was buy some
 edibles. I buy some edibles eat a whole brownie
 and am out of it, I order some pizza and take some
 money from my wad and put it in a pile on the table
 next to me total was like 20 so I put 23.
 Since I'm high af the pizza delivery girl knocks I grab
 the wad of all the money not the $23 stack. I give it
 to her and she starts crying she keeps saying are you
 sure you dont know how much this is going to help
 me. Freaked out and high I say okay and just rush
 inside.
 Right now after waking up being passed out I realize
 what I've done, gave away my bill money for this
 month lol.
 TL;DR I tipped my pizza delivery driver $1100 while
 high on brownie edibles by accident and have no
 money to pay for my bills now
 Edit: Thanks for all the nice comments and the reddit
 gold kind stranger. I just woke up and this post just
 blew up. I could never call the pizza place and ask for
 the money back, with how happy it made the women
 and the fact it was my own dumb mistake it just
 wouldn't feel right in my head, I would rather be late
 on my bills and figure anything else out then do that.
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pile on: The pile on the ground is what I managed to shovel out before taking a picture. It's absolutely EVERYWHERE. I hate my life.
 pile on: The pile on the ground is what I managed to shovel out before taking a picture. It's absolutely EVERYWHERE. I hate my life.

The pile on the ground is what I managed to shovel out before taking a picture. It's absolutely EVERYWHERE. I hate my life.

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 pile on: ADING
 Where do you get the b0oks which you read together?
 АТ НОМЕ
 Chapter 1 believes that YOU. your student's parent or care-giver, are the most
 Most of our books come from Chapter 1 or the 1
 Sometimes we get books from the Bookmobile (both girls have their own
 library card). Also, we have lots of books at home which the children have
 received as gifts, and I often buy books (if they are in good condition) at
 garage sales, as well as at stores
 books which she no longer reads.
 library
 important part of your student's readingCcess. In Becoming a Nation of
 "The single most important aetivity for building the knowledge
 Readers, the authors stated.
 required for eventual success in reading is reading aloud to
 With this in mind, the Unicom Press inviewed a parent about reading at home
 also has a cousin who gives her
 children."
 How do you read together?
 wo Chapter 1 students
 (Kindergatet) Reading is obviously an important
 activity for this family because Leigha and her mother have read over 250 books
 at home for the Chapter 1 Book Club! shares some thoughts about her
 with her children.
 (grade 2) and
 the mother of
 I try to put a lot of expression and feeling into what I read aloud to the
 children. I enjoy reading -- I have always enjoyed reading. If the children
 really like what I am reading, they ask me questions about the story, even
 before I have a chance to ask them questions!
 reading experiences at home with
 Where do you read together, and when (or how often) do you read?
 A lot of times, we pile on the middle of s bed so that all 4 children
 can see the book we are reading and not feel left out. We like to read after
 school, as well as before bedtime (when the children are already dressed
 for bed).
 What changes have you noticed in
 have been reading this year with her?
 s ability to read since you
 is reading better! Reading is so important. If you can't read, it
 deprives you of so many other things.
 What do you like best about reading at home with
 Would vou recommend reading with your children to other parents
 or grandparents?
 Reading is "our time" which we share together.
 herself, and I have her all to myself. She often reads to us, and we enjoy
 listening to her read.
 has me all to
 Definitely!
 What do you read together that you both enjoy the most?
 is very attentive when Iread rhyming books (and she and the rest
 of the children enjoy naming the hyming words before I finish reading!
 She also enjoys question and answer books. The book Quiet or Noisy?
 captured her attention.
 eading to school-age children improves their reading skills and
 Kes them eager to read on their own."
 American Iis
I'm thankful my mom and teachers helped me cope with dyslexia. I love reading and it is all because of them!

I'm thankful my mom and teachers helped me cope with dyslexia. I love reading and it is all because of them!

pile on: A snuggle pile on the couch with the kiddos and this little beasty beast wanted to show off her danger fingers.
 pile on: A snuggle pile on the couch with the kiddos and this little beasty beast wanted to show off her danger fingers.

A snuggle pile on the couch with the kiddos and this little beasty beast wanted to show off her danger fingers.

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 pile on: 21
 ALABAMA
 [Insert incest joke here]
Everyone is now taking shots at Alabama, so why not pile on my own shitty shot at them too?

Everyone is now taking shots at Alabama, so why not pile on my own shitty shot at them too?