Now that they’ve been called out, people are sharing the tiniest hills they will ever die on, and I feel like I agree with every single one of them.

by | Nov 4, 2023 | Internet Finds, SOCIAL MEDIA | 0 comments

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Recently, the question “What is the smallest hill you’ll die on?” was posed on the well-liked forum r/AskReddit by Reddit member u/Pennsyltuckey54. and the responses are so realistic. Here are a few of the top ones:

1″More people should learn that saying ‘I don’t know’ is a perfectly accurate and acceptable answer.”

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u/ESUSANR

2.”They don’t go by the name ‘assless chaps.'” Simply put, they’re “chaps” or “assless trousers.” “Assless chaps” suggests that there are men who have an ass, but they are only referred to as trousers.”

u/Herb4372

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3.”Avoid appending silent es to the ends of words in order to draw attention to them. You don’t ‘loveeee’ this. You ‘heart’ it. Saying it out loud would require you to hold the o instead of shrieking as my tinnitus is acting up. Folks, it’s not that difficult.”

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u/Dr_Girlfriend_81

“This may be the smallest hill on this thread.”

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u/Schlemiel_Schlemazel

4.”You can’t use ‘exponential’ to describe every large increase, especially if you’re only looking at two data points.”

u/phantomtofu 

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5.”A smorgasbord should end with utensils. They are frequently placed at the start of a buffet, but you never know what utensils you’ll need then, so you have to carry them around the entire time. Insanity.”

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u/doobie3101

“The tiniest and most accurate hill is this one. Well done.”

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u/twodotsknowwhy

6.”Fries [should] be served with hamburgers. Give up trying to charge me an additional $7 for shoestring fries that are about half a potato and go cold before they even get to the plate because you tossed them in truffle oil or some other crap.”

u/burgher89

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7.”Don’t serve me ice cold butter if you’re going to serve room temperature bread at a restaurant.” Heat up one of the two items.”

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u/JustSomeAudioGuy

“Soooo many breakfasts out, warming pats of butter under my coffee mug.”

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u/warm_sweater

8.Physical push buttons are far superior to sensor buttons in terms of usability.

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u/Jusin1997

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It is unacceptable for automobiles to be adopting an increasing number of screens that cause you to look away from the road. The audio control knob on my 2016 car can be twisted in four different directions, making it easy to change settings.

u/DJVanillaBear

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As you don’t have to glance at the buttons, you can rapidly develop muscle memory for them and make adjustments while driving safely. There will never be that on these displays, and they will crash more frequently.

u/Fist_full_of_pennies 

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Please give me an automobile with tactile buttons and knobs, as well as a speedometer. These screen interfaces are becoming old. I should be looking at the road. While I’m driving, I should be able to feel my way to my destination. It shouldn’t need to be looked at.

u/nauticalsandwich 

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9.It’s not required to use a speaker phone when in public.

u/Few-Transportation-

An asshole is somebody who plays phone noises in public. Videos, music, phone calls—I don’t care. We don’t want to hear your stuff, so go get some damn headphones from the dollar shop.

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u/loosie-loo 

10.An automated door is faulty if it opens slowly enough for me to not trip over it!

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u/milesamsterdam

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11.’I couldn’t care less,’ not ‘I could care less!’ You are concerned if you couldn’t care less!

u/Shibes2

12.When using [email services], a pop-up window should inquire whether you’re sure you want to reply to everything.

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u/cgon

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‘Really?’ is the question posed in a second prompt. Are you certain that everyone should read your answer? Like, all of them?

u/Competitive-Ladder-3

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13.It “would HAVE!”There’s no such thing as ‘would of.’

u/mom-with-an-attitude

That, in my opinion, is just the result of individuals misinterpreting the conjunctions should’ve, could’ve, and would’ve. Yes, but they still need to be utilised correctly.

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u/mickfessor

14.There is no “PIN Number”—just “PIN.”

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u/kubrickwith2brickss

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It is entered into the ATM.

u/soundofthecolorblue

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15.My retail job shouldn’t require me to wear a name tag. Why is it necessary for random consumers to always know my name? The only people that use it and refer to me by it are creeps.

u/peskie-piskie

16.While terrible or plain tea is far worse than coffee, decent coffee is still preferable than good tea.

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u/TheProfWife

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17.Products made of leather are more sustainable and better for the environment than “vegan leather,” also known as PVC, vinyl, or plastic.

u/Aderyn-Bach

18.When it’s time for dinner, your ass may wait in line to obtain food if you sit on your ass while the holiday meal is being prepared. I’ll confront you about it when I get home.

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u/jimfish98

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19.You cannot use i.e. and e.g. interchangeably. The prefix “i.e.” is used to add further context to statements like “cell undergoes mitosis, i.e., splits in two copies.” The word “e.g.” is used to give an example: “Our bodies need mitosis to heal from wounds, among other things.” To recall them, simply remember that i.e. stands for “in essence” and e.g. for “example given.” However, as the original is Latin, both of these are somewhat incorrect nonetheless.

u/Naturage

20.Given that they would be the ones receiving the tax write-off, I don’t think big businesses should be exerting pressure on customers to make little charitable donations. Businesses ought to make their own donations.

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u/suspicioususer78

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21.Monday off is preferable to Friday off for a three-day weekend.

u/ThedoctorLJ

22.Give me something I can grasp in my hands; I don’t want a menu with QR codes. In addition to providing a chance for branding through design, a tangible menu is available to all patrons, including those without access to a phone, poor service, or data.

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u/phazonprincess

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23.Accompany pancakes or waffles with piping hot maple syrup. I hate cold syrup.

u/jsenglish610

24.Keep your dog on a leash when you’re in public. No matter how nice, dogs in public should always be leashed.

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u/kitylou

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25.Do not put your Coke can or coffee cup in my cupholder if I am kind enough to offer you a ride home. Take your trash with you; I’m not your servant! I’m angry about this little hill.

u/kindcrow

26.You should switch on your headlights if it’s raining. Rain, fog, and snow all make it difficult for me and many others to see [cars], even if it isn’t the law in my state. Many say, “Well, I can see other cars, no problem,” but what matters is whether other automobiles can see YOU!

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u/StoryNo3049

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27.Lastly, I enjoy wearing low-rise jeans.

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u/PrizeTart0610

If you have any more, please share them with me since some of them really made me realise how frustrating the world can be. The world must be aware!

Note: To improve length and/or clarity, some comments have been altered.

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