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    • Mhmm the guests are rude if they dont bring an empty stomch with em. That wat i learned growing up in this itllian house
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    • I have so many plastic bags and I keep adding to it and I have no fucking clue why or what to do with them
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    • I made the Comcast guy a burger and the look on his face when I handed him the plate was like he just saw a ghost, he told me he had just started there and hadn’t gotten a paycheck yet and hadn’t eaten that day or yesterday, I’ve never been so happy with my parents teaching then in that moment
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    • Southern hospitality says if you come during lunch, you eat with us. I don’t make the rules son now sit down and pass the gravy
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    • “Hahahhhahah how to adult am I right fellow adults” so fucking stupid
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    • Tumblr is the capital of phrases like "normal people scare me" and "adulting is hard"
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    • Yeah this is it. I had a dude here redoing my windows last year and it was cold out so I offered him a hot cup of coffee and he was like no thanks so I was like oh you don't like coffee? I can make you some tea or cocoa? And he just stared at me. My husband made me go inside lol!
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    • I offered my cable guy a rum and coke at 10AM. I got a few free months of cinemax
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    • Mine taught me that if you work then you get to come home and be an ass hole to everyone else that lives there
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    • Moved in with boyfriend. His brothers and best friends live in the two apartments next to us so awesome. They come over all the time so I'm like what do y'all want for dinner. And he had the nerve to say babe you can't cook for them everyday. They can eat their own food. Then quit inviting them over
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    • It's called growing up southern. I make food and I once tried to feed the mailman
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    • Okay but did anyone actually grow up in a household where they didn’t do this??? Like if u have guests over or someone helps u out you basically HAVE to offer them food it’s just what you do man
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    • Come into my house and I will feed the fuck out of you. We once had a OG&E guy compliment the smell of the food we were cooking, and you better believe that man left with a plate of chicken fried steak with okra and mashed potatoes slathered in gravy.
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    • Teach how to adult ? Didnt you just , you know watch and ask questions ???
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    • What kinda person refuses free food
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    • If you have people coming to work on your house, offer them some water or pop. Refreshments are awesome when working in the field.
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    • I work for spectrum (cable company) and you'd be surprised at what people offer us I've gotten from food all the way up to a horse
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    • I actually had some plumbing done recently and that day I just decided to have a cookout and I grilled up some burgers for the plumbers and shared a beer with them
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    • Imagine your a cable man and you eat out of politeness at every house and now weigh 700 pounds
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    • My parents do the same thing. When a crew came to fix the roofing on our home, they made a ton of food and feed them when they were on lunch. They were genuinely surprised and they were really happy when they began working again
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    • That feeling when boomers laugh at how miserably they failed as parents without realizing 95% of the weird shit going on is their fault.
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    • Tumblr fucked up, they should’ve made it exclusively porn and got rid of these idiots who are the real degenerates
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    • I just finished Endgame for the second time, and I held my shit together until Happy said, "yeah your dad liked cheeseburgers too"
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    • And she will be forever known as "That weird Waffle Bitch"
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    • That is just hospitality, it’s completely normal
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    • You use the plastic bags as grabage bags, clothes bags, bags bags.
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    • Tumblr adults aren't adults. They're fucking idiots that are amazed a toasted toasts bread.
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    • Y'all collect plastic bags too? I have hundreds in a cabinet
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    • Mam? The fuck is that, do you mean ma'am?
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    • It used to be common practice to at least offer something to drink when someone is at your home
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    • I mow my neighbors lawn in the summer and shovel her sidewalk in the winter and along with paying me $50 per job, she always has hot chocolate or cold tea/ pop. She's the nicest old lady and I love talking to her about anything
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    • A lot of people I feel like need to learn the rule if you have guests you feed them. Not if they are workers but if you invited them to relax at your home than it is customary.
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    • I feel attacked by the bag bit
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    • Hurr hurr me no know how to adult
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    • I was cooking dinner when the cable guy came to our house, my mom was trapped on the couch nursing my baby sister and it was late and the guy was working very hard. I made him a sandwich for him to take. he smiled and told me he never has time for food cause people are mean when hes late ):
      Reya 15d
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    • You must be Italian
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    • Haha adulting right guys? Isn’t it funny that I can’t get my shit together?
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    • Same, but mine had just one more rule, animals eat before you do, so now when I'm to lazy to feed the cats in the morning I just complain to my self and starve with the cats for an hour till I can find the will to pick up a bowl and scoop some food and put it down again.
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    • I had a maintenance guy that was putting new drywall in my old apartment after my neighbor punched through BOTH of our walls trying to hit his boyfriend, and he accepted my offer of extra French toast. Cool guy
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    • I never did cable, but I did residential electrical and my absolute favorite customers were the ones who would offer us food and drinks and just talk with us. Best people I've ever met. Always offer food to the people working on stuff in your house
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    • Me:*stuffing the cable mens faces with waffles* IM BEING HOSPITABLE, BITCH
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    • I always offer water or light snacks to people working in my home especially if it’s labor-intensive. Even if they decline I’m sure they appreciate the offer nonetheless. Heck a couple years ago we even invited the roofers to sit for dinner w/us because they’d been working their asses off all day.
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    • Lol I’m so quirky I can’t adult
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    • You got raised by grandparents lmao
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    • I have an entire cabinet full of plastic bags and have no clue why,
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    • You were raised right
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    • Thats pretty fucking accurate but i do know how to do things. This is the south tho so hoarding plastic bags and feeding people and offering drinks is oar for the course
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    • During my time as a cable guy, i have been fed multiple times and have met some wonderful pets. People are super nice.
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    • holy sh*t i thought only my family hoarded plastic bags in plastic bags
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    • Lemme just say, as a contractors apprentice, if we come to your house and it looks like a respectable establishment, i will gladly accept sustenance. It makes you unforgettable. That and doggos
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    • I too, have !any plastic bags in plastic bags
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    • I know people find it weird to hoard those WALMART BAGS (every plastic bag is a "walmart bag") Butttttt.... Have you ever felt the supreme satisfaction of using one being like holy sh*t i need a bag and have some!!!
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    • Look man, if I come to ur house and u offer me food I’ll take even a tiny bit, its not nice to reject people when they offer you food
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    • Just don't live in a house so you don't have guests and boom- problem solved
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    • It's just polite to offer something to eat or drink.
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    • Yes, that's right, always offer food and something to drink.
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    • Ill come eat some waffles tbh
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    • When I was a cable guy I ALWAYS took people up on their offer for free food and definitely coffee!
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    • Actually, my family hoards plastic bags in cloth bags designed to hold plastic bags. I bought the bag to store the bag
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    • So a couple seconds ago i saw the "you guys think youre so much better than me" scene from family guy and wanted to share that with all yall
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    • ill fix your car for some goddamned waffles
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    • Bavle 15d
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    • Haha Tumblr lmao I can't adult AAGSHAFAGAASH HAHAHA
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    • Ah yes the Tumblr content we're here for
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    • If some random lady offered me waffles; despite the hazard of stranger danger, I’d still house em down
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    • Who the hell would turn down waffles is my question
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    • Ma'am
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    • I learned to offer the cable guy cocaine for better service. And that pizzas boys will choose a bong rip as a tip the majority of the time.
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    • Man when theres anyone working at my house i let them know if they want water or need help with anything just to ask.. its polite
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    • Murderer breaks in. Me* you want like a sandwich or something
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    • Bruh. Adulting is your bullshit excuse for being awkward and we all know it.
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    • Super duper funi I can't adult I'm fuck ass retarded super relatable meme. Heheheteehehh
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    • That’s not even an adulting skill. That’s just socializing. Jesus. No one has to teach you that shit. You pick it up from integrating into society.
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    • I fed the WiFi dude mountain dew and pizza rolls
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    • So in other words you’re incapable of figuring out anything for yourself.
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    • Haha these tumblr adults don’t know basic hosting skills. so quirky!!
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    • Stop lying you didn't have a dad
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    • Shit, we used to feed entire classes and football teams, and if the cable man was coming over he'd at least get a to go baggy
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    • There was somebody over at my grandparents house giving them an appraisal for new windows and they made lunch for him and sat down at the table and talked like he was their grandson it was hilarious
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    • Adulting hard
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    • I'm an estimator for construction work. It's odd how many people offer me food, or fruit off their trees. The other one that gets me is people offer water when I've been there 5 minutes. Like I got myself covered but thank you
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    • I hoard plastic bags but its to clean my kittens litter, and the grocery people keep judging me
      Tosie 14d
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    • I use them for my small garbage cans
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    • I make myself waffles on Saturday morning and since nobody else likes them I usually make exactly enough batter to feed myself. But my mom saw me and offered the maid some, without even asking me. So I went hungry for an extra hour because I had to cook for her then make more batter
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    • Did you for once think that they might assume your food invitation might double as something flirty since it’s something quite unusual
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    • In Puerto Rico the cable guys who of eaten all the waffles and lay down in your bed
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    • lOl I dOnT kNoW hOw To AdUlT
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    • I’m Italian so all of my family gets really really aggressive when guests don’t want food. My nona once asked my friend if he wanted what she cooked 11 or 12 times
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    • Mine was you offer them water if there here to fix something and hover uncomfortably around until they have a question for you
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    • Bro I don't see the problem, that is adulting
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    • I have over 2 thousand plastic bags in my cabinets
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    • That makes you a good adult
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    • My grandparents make food for roofers and such when they work on their house?
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    • Ive been living with mates and in the week we were moving out, we lashed all the plastic bags together into a soccer ball and played ball with it 👌. Now thats the solution
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    • You offer them a beverage and to give you a shout if they need anything
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    • I gave my cable guy orange juice and he hooked us up with extra channels free
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    • I have the plastic bags from the grocery store to clean up my cat's throw up and litter
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