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30 Wedding Traditions People In This Online Group Chose Or Would Choose To Ditch

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30 Wedding Traditions People In This Online Group Chose Or Would Choose To Ditch

From wearing a white dress to promising to obey the husband ‘till death us do part’—weddings are known to come with a lot of rituals. However, with many of these traditions being age-old, more and more lovebirds choose to skip a few of them when planning their wedding or sometimes even ditch the majority of it altogether.

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Some time ago, a Quora user asked people on the platform to open up about the wedding traditions they’d choose to skip when planning their own wedding. «What is one wedding tradition you absolutely wouldn’t partake in? Why?» their question reads. With that being said, Bored Panda invites you to read through some of the most interesting answers we managed to find in this viral thread. As always, don’t forget to vote for your favorite ones and feel free to share the traditions you’d ditch down in the comment section.

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#1 Expensive Wedding

The week I got engaged, I went out and bought a bridal magazine. Read through it. Then wanted to jump out of a window.

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The main thrust of the magazine was ‘the perfect wedding.’ And for me to have the perfect wedding, at least according to the magazine, I’d have to buy a load of crap, like unity candles and something having to do with sand, plus I’d have go out and research wedding photographers, hair and make-up people, florists, videographers, bands/DJs, and on and on it went. Or plunk down a bunch of scratch to pay a wedding planner to do it for me.

And then the gown. Ay carumba. I’ve owned cars that cost less than some of the gowns they were touting.

So, after the guy I grew up with, who has a very successful DJ/photography/whatever company, told me he could get a DJ for my wedding ‘starting around $2,500’ I finally said, “Screw that, I am NOT hemorrhaging money for this.” Got a nice gown for $700. Got our rings from Etsy. They’re sterling silver with a 14k yellow gold lining. (Didn’t see the point of the lining, but that’s how they came. ) $400 for the pair. Did the flowers myself, from flowers I bought at Produce Junction and Acme. Total about $50. Did my own hair and makeup.

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My sister-in-law offered to do the videography. Another friend offered to snap photos of everything. For the reception, I hired a harpist for about $200. Nobody got to dance, but at least they could hold conversations without screaming to be heard. The reception cost about $1,500. Beautiful wedding cake -about $100. No bouquet toss, no garter.

Over and over through out the years, I’ve been told by the people who attended (we had between 40 and 50 people) that ours was the best wedding they’d ever been to.

Image credits: Barrie Creedon Wennberg

#2 White Pigeons

Pigeons are pets. They are not made to live on their own in the world. White pigeons are specially breeded for weddings and released into the wild, where they die. This tradition is animal cruelty.

Image credits: Christina Rauscher

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#3 Father Escort

Father Escort. I hate this tradition so much because of its original meaning. It stems from a time when a woman was practically “property” for all her life. The tradition basically means the father gives away his daughter (his “property”) to her husband. It’s just awful, no thanks.

Image credits: Lea Sing

#4 White Dress

I hate white for two main reasons: First, it looks boring, second, it looks awful on me. Doesn’t suit me at all. Also, most wedding dresses look just like that: a wedding dress. You spend a ridiculously high amount of money for a dress you’re probably only gonna wear once in your life. I’d rather wear something in navy blue or a really dark purple. Looks much more interesting in my opinion, and you can also wear it in the future.

Image credits: Lea Sing

#5 Smashing Cake In Each Other’s Faces

I find this appalling & disrespectful along with it being more fitting at a child’s birthday party than a wedding reception. If after spending thousands of dollars on wedding attire, the wedding itself, and spending hours dressing with care only to have my mate abuse & humiliate me in front of our guests, I wouldn’t have married him to begin with. It’s more than just cake smeared faces, it’s the total disregard of feelings & lack of respect that puts this in the top spot of something I’d never take part in. Ever.

Image credits: Laurie Parks

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#6 Diamond Engagement Ring

Diamond engagement ring… nope. I had a garnet in my first engagement ring and my second one was zirconia that I eventually replaced with a garnet. Diamonds (and tradition) are not my thing.

Image credits: Victoria Elder

#7 Other People Planning The Bridal Shower

I basically planned my own bridal shower. That’s probably weird to some people, but it just seemed like the easiest thing to do. I just wanted something simple where I could spend the afternoon with some of my closest friends. We went bowling, drove go-karts, went through a laser maze, and checked out the arcade games and virtual reality set-up that the venue had. A few girls came over to hang out afterwards. Affordable and fun for everyone involved.

Image credits: Jessica Duhon Quinn

#8 Bride Being Given Away By Her Father

I will not be given away by my father. I don’t want the officiant asking him who gives me to be married to my hypothetical spouse. This isn’t because I have anything against my father or my relationship with him. I just don’t like the idea that I’m his to give away as he sees fit. I want both of my parents to escort me in as a sign that they, as people who love me and raised me, support me and my marriage. I want my spouse’s parents to do the same.

Image credits: Cherelle-Renée Childs

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#9 A Lot Of Guests

Nah, I won’t invite people whom I haven’t talked to for months to my wedding. I won’t invite all my relatives that I don’t really know. I won’t invite old friends from school, neighbours, colleagues and so on. A wedding is a very private thing for me. Actually I’d like to invite no one so my husband and I can share this special moment alone.

Image credits: Christina Rauscher

#10 The Garter

The garter. I think its tasteless and I wouldn’t have been able to have had a toss either with less than 20 people in attendance.

Image credits: Cole Ferguson

#11 Vows To Obey The Husband

My answer will be short because the one prohibition for my wedding was in the vows. I ensured that the phrase “to love, honor and OBEY” were not uttered. I know me – somewhat of a traditionalist – but only when a role is CHOSEN, not assigned because of gender. I didn’t feel it necessary to promise to do something that I would never do – on principle alone!

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Approaching 20 years, my husband sometimes still teases me if we have a disagreement and I’ve dug my feet in on the issue. He’ll say “hey, weren’t you supposed to love, honor and OBEY?! … oh yeah, you did say you wouldn’t “obey,” didn’t you!” (He thinks he’s being funny!)

Image credits: Shelia Gulledge

#12 Flower Girls

Flower Girls. Won’t be there either, again, because of the original meaning behind this tradition. From what I understand, this tradition stands for fertility for the couple, and since I never ever want children, I will definitely ditch this tradition…maybe I am gonna be doing a strict ban on flowers of any kind to reduce my fertility lol.

Image credits: Lea Sing

#13 Red Ribbon

Speaking for Turkish Wedding Traditions:

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I actually have many, but I’ll go with the one that really annoys the hell out of me:

The Red Ribbon. Before the bride leaves the parents’ home for the wedding, her close relatives put a red ribbon around her waist in order to symbolise her chastity. Since the bridegroom is the only one who gets to untie that knot, it also shows her promise to him that he will be the first one to gain access to her body.

Thankfully, this is rarely performed by the modern couples today, but I guess it is still a very common practice in rural areas.

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Needless to say, I won’t wear a “maidenhood belt” to make myself look like a gift wrapped up in a box ready for my husband to open.

If, by the time of our wedding, both of us are virgins, then WE may BOTH wear purity rings or something similar to show our commitment to each other, but even this completely egalitarian and not misogynistic substitute would make me uncomfortable. Why does a huge number of people involving many strangers need to know about the intimate details of our relationship? It’s NONE of their business.

Its cultural connotations aside, I think a red ribbon looks awful on a white dress. The right wedding dress is the most elegant and classy thing you can possibly wear, I believe. Something so tacky as a red ribbon instantly ruins the elegance of the special dress you’ll get to wear only once. (Generally speaking)

Image credits: Zeynep Cemre

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#14 The Blackening Ritual Of Scotland

This tradition actually involves family and friends showering the couple with disgusting things (usually wet things) and then tying bride to a tree. This is meant to show that the bride and groom are ready for anything.

I think I might stick to killing the ender dragon and the wither at the same time in Minecraft to show I’m up to anything.

#15 Dollar Dance

As far as the wedding day, we didn’t participate in the dollar dance, although we considered it. I’m pretty introverted myself and can’t dance as is, so we elected not to. We also chose not to smash cake in each other’s faces…to each their own, but to us just seemed like more of a mess than it was worth.

Image credits: Jessica Duhon Quinn

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#16 Bridesmaids And Groomsmen

Bridesmaids and Best Man. Not necessary either. Never understood this tradition to be honest.

Image credits: Lea Sing

#17 Tossing The Garter

I despise the so-called “tradition” of the groom removing the bride’s garter and tossing it to the groomsmen, with the one who catches it expected to put it on the leg of the mortified woman who caught the bouquet.
Why?

A garter is underwear, and any removal of bridal underwear should definitely take place in private, after the wedding is over.
Given the competitive instincts of some young men, especially when free alcohol is involved, injuries are possible.
Any “tradition” that encourages a man to slide a piece of clothing up a woman’s leg in public — possibly a woman he doesn’t even know — while his friends yell “HIGHER!! HIGHER!!” should be discouraged.
It is not even a tradition, it is an unfortunate fad recently introduced in the mistaken idea that the bouquet-toss needed some masculine equivalent.
Even if it were a tradition, not all traditions are worth preserving. The closest tradition I can think of to this is the old one of displaying the bloody sheets the morning after the wedding night to prove the bride was a virgin — and for some reason that one has died out.

Image credits: Jennifer Georgia

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#18 Bachelor Party

I like hanging out with my buddies but I don’t drink, I don’t like strippers, and I certainly don’t think of marriage as a trap or an end to my freedom.

I get that bachelor parties aren’t specifically tied to all that stuff, I can just go out to dinner with like six of my really close friends but I wouldn’t do that because I’m getting married, I’d do that because they’re my friends. Also the best thing to do the night before a big event that starts at like noon is probably, I would imagine, not going out and staying up super late with guys who are talking like you’re marching towards death row.

Image credits: Charles Johnson

#19 Guests Standing Up When The Bride Comes Out

It’s traditional for all of the guests to stand when the bride came out. I personally have never liked that. I decided to have my officiant tell everyone to remain seated when I came out before the processional began. Some of the people at the rehearsal the night before thought I was completely insane (some to the point of being combative). They were adamant that I couldn’t go against that tradition and people were going to get confused and stand anyway. I’m a pretty laid back person, so my response was, “Well, then they stand.” Whatever. It’s not going to ruin my day! In the end, no one stood. Everyone remained seated. And my photographer got a great picture of my dad and I coming down the aisle!

Image credits: Kelly Bailey

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#20 Cutting The Cake

Cutting the cake. I would rather put multiple cakes on a huge buffet and people can just take some as they like.

Image credits: Lea Sing

#21 Dancing

I love to dance and I have always enjoyed weddings that have dancing, but I also have been to weddings where there was a small group of people dancing while the rest of the guests sit at their tables waiting for the appropriate amount of time to stay until they can go home. Those guests can’t talk to each other over the loud DJ, so if they’re not in the mood for dancing, then they just sit there […] We had a lowcountry boil and the majority of tables were standing oyster tables (with a few tables for people that may have wanted to sit down). People were able to move around and talk and play lawn games instead of hitting the dance floor. It was so fun! We did have our guitarist sing and play in the background, though.

Image credits: Kelly Bailey

#22 Bridal Shower

One pre-wedding tradition I selected not to take part in was having a bridal shower. Prior to my wedding, I had been invited to a couple of bridal showers. They were well-meaning, but they were also just downright awkward.

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So many people didn’t know each other, and of course the ages ranged from young adults, to middle-aged women, and the elderly. It also felt weird playing some of the bridal shower games with such a…diverse group.

When two of my bridesmaids brought up the subject to me, they offered to host the bridal shower and even had a theme picked out. Don’t get me wrong— I appreciated the thought, but it just wasn’t for me, and I knew it would only be added stress and anxiety that I already felt just preparing for the wedding itself.

For some of the same reasons, mentioned above, I just felt like it would be more of an uncomfortable event versus the fun event it was supposed to be. Too many people not knowing each other, and a wide variety of ages, stacked upon the fact that I knew some people on my side were very introverted and probably wouldn’t enjoy it themselves.

Image credits: Jessica Duhon Quinn

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#23 ‘Kidnaping’ The Bride

Some cultures kidnap the bride either just before the dancing or cutting the cake. This is an awful tradition because the people who do the kidnapping usually just go sit in a bar and drink with her. It’s very disrespectful to everyone. Plus, I once heard a story about a kidnapped bride and a tragic car accident. The bride was killed on her wedding day early in the reception. What selfish people. It isn’t even a clever prank. So if I ever saw someone trying to concoct this, I would blow the whistle and do everything I could to stop it.

#24 The Money Dance

Jeez…Who thought drunk men attaching money with sharp, pointed objects to a costly, delicate dress was a good idea? And that’s the good part. I first heard of this & saw it in 1991. I couldn’t even comprehend the explanation I was given, and then I saw it. Truly, it’s one of the tackiest things I’ve ever seen. The bride covered in paper money while male relatives cajole & ridicule guests into pinning larger bills to the bride’s dress. If guests want to give money as a wedding gift they will. They don’t need to be coerced into buying time with the bride. Well, maybe some brides, but I mean really…what’s next? $100 bills in the bride’s garter? I just…can’t.

Image credits: Laurie Parks

#25 White Dress

I refused to wear white. Not because I wasn’t a virgin, though that was certainly true… but really, not everyone looks good in white and I’ve seen way more white wedding gowns that looked like cheap dress-up clothes I would buy for my daughter when she was a toddler than ones that looked luxurious and beautiful. I also refused to buy something I would only wear once that cost more than I spent for the rest of the wedding and reception combined. I wore a red dress to the first one and a red skirt with a black, white, and red sweater to the second.

Image credits: Victoria Elder

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#26 Kissing During The Dinner

Neither my husband nor I are fans of the tradition of pounding on the tables or glassware for the bride and groom to kiss during dinner. We were both hungry, wanted to enjoy our dinner, were grossed out at the thought of kissing someone with a mouth full of food, and also are not big into public displays of affection. After the prayer and toasts at the reception before dinner, we announced that we would kiss once (and we did) and then asked our guests to refrain from doing this. A few non-compliant individuals still tried it, but we basically ignored them and they got the message that we truly weren’t going to do it.

Image credits: Teri Barrons

#27 Bouquet Toss

Bouquet toss, the bouquet was dried flowers, fragile and handmade from etsy. I also believe that I paid $155 for it.

Image credits: Cole Ferguson

#28 White Dress

I don’t want to wear a white dress. While, as stated in a previous answer, it didn’t originate as a symbol of purity, it has long been associated with that, and I find the focus on a woman’s so-called purity to be weird and disturbing. Wearing a dress in a different color is a way of saying that my sexual history is nobody’s business but my own and the point is that I’m making a life commitment to someone I love, not whether or not I had sex with anyone else before.

Image credits: Cherelle-Renée Childs

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#29 Boring Cake

You know these typical wedding cakes. When looking at the photo above, the only thing that goes through my mind is B O R I N G. Also, it looks so…creamy? I feel like I am gonna vomit just by looking at it.

I’d rather do something special and unusual.

Image credits: Lea Sing

#30 Formal Wear

To be honest, I couldn’t care less about it. For my wedding, people can come as they like, as long as they’re wearing something, it is fine with me.

Image credits: Lea Sing

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Tamyra Mensah-Stock se convierte en la primera mujer negra de EE. UU. En ganar el oro en la lucha libre

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Tamyra Mensah-Stock, del equipo de EE. UU., Muestra su medalla de oro el martes después de la final de lucha libre femenina de 68 kilogramos en los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio.

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Tamyra Mensah-Stock, del equipo de EE. UU., Muestra su medalla de oro el martes después de la final de lucha libre femenina de 68 kilogramos en los Juegos Olímpicos de Tokio.

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La luchadora estadounidense Tamyra Mensah-Stock cerró sus primeros Juegos Olímpicos con un estilo dominante el martes, ganando el oro en la final femenina de 68 kilogramos de estilo libre. Ella es solo la segunda mujer, y la primera mujer negra, en ganar un oro olímpico en lucha libre para los Estados Unidos.

Mensah-Stock, cabeza de serie, derrotó por 4-1 a Blessing Oborududu, segunda cabeza de serie, después de hacerse con los puntos con dos derribos en el primer período. Ninguno de los atletas anotó un punto en el segundo período a pesar de los intentos cada vez más desesperados de Oborududu.

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Ambos deportistas hacen historia

Al ganar la plata, Oborududu se convirtió en el primer atleta nigeriano en ganar una medalla olímpica en lucha libre.

Después del partido, Mensah-Stock, de 28 años, comentó los elementos históricos de su final con Oborududu.

«Estoy como, ‘Oh, Dios mío, míranos representando’», dijo Mensah-Stock, según The Associated Press. «Es increíblemente increíble. Tú estás haciendo historia, yo estoy haciendo historia. Nosotros estamos haciendo historia. Así que significó mucho».

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Mensah-Stock alterna entre sonreír y llorar el martes mientras celebra una medalla de oro en su debut olímpico.

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Mensah-Stock alterna entre sonreír y llorar el martes mientras celebra una medalla de oro en su debut olímpico.

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También habló sobre su deseo de inspirar a las chicas negras a dedicarse a la lucha libre y sobre la herencia de su familia en Ghana, de donde era su padre. Mensah-Stock perdió a su padre mientras ella estaba en la escuela secundaria: murió en un accidente automovilístico al regresar a casa de una competencia de lucha libre, según el Equipo de EE. UU.

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«Él habría sido el más ruidoso aquí», dijo. «Habría estado tan orgulloso».

Las emociones golpean duro con la victoria

Mensah-Stock curvó sus manos en un gesto en forma de corazón inmediatamente después de su victoria, sonriendo e inclinándose ante la pequeña multitud en el Makuhari Messe Hall en las afueras de Tokio. Luego abrazó a sus entrenadores y agarró una gran bandera estadounidense, que sostuvo por encima de su cabeza.

Varias veces en la colchoneta y en el podio, Mensah-Stock rompió a llorar.

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«Me siento muy feliz y sigo tratando de no llorar, pero sigue sucediendo», dijo, según un comunicado del equipo de Estados Unidos. «Solo quiero ir a una habitación oscura y llorar, pero lloro de alegría».

Mensah-Stock superó un empate brutal

Para llegar a la final, Mensah-Stock, que es de Katy, Texas, se abrió camino en un difícil empate.

Su primer partido fue contra Sara Dosho de Japón, la medallista de oro olímpica de 2016 y campeona mundial de 2017. Luego pasó al Feng Zhou de China, quien logró una victoria sorpresa contra Mensah-Stock a principios de 2020. Ambos oponentes de élite no lograron anotar un punto contra el estadounidense en Japón, que los venció a cada uno por un puntaje de 10-0.

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En su partido de semifinales, Mensah-Stock se enfrentó a otra ex campeona mundial en Alla Cherkasova de Ucrania. Después de quedarse atrás, se recuperó tarde para ganar 10-4.

La medalla de oro corona una larga búsqueda para Mensah-Stock, quien terminó primera en las pruebas del equipo olímpico de EE. UU. Antes de los Juegos Olímpicos de Río, pero no pudo competir porque EE. UU. No se había clasificado para ganar un lugar en su categoría de peso. Viajó a Brasil para los Juegos, pero solo como compañera de entrenamiento.

Es la segunda medalla para las mujeres estadounidenses en Tokio, un día después de que la cinco veces campeona mundial Adeline Gray ganara la plata en la categoría de 76 kilogramos. Helen Maroulis, quien ganó la primera medalla de oro del equipo de EE. UU. En lucha libre femenina en 2016, está programada para luchar el miércoles por la mañana (hora local) en Japón.

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El cuidado infantil durante las competiciones presenta un gran obstáculo para los atletas olímpicos y paralímpicos

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Lora Webster de los Estados Unidos juega un disparo durante la final de voleibol sentado femenino por la medalla de oro en los Juegos Paralímpicos de Londres 2012. Competirá en Tokio este año.
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Algunas personas simplemente no están destinadas a trabajar con otras y estas 34 imágenes están aquí para demostrarlo

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Algunas personas simplemente no están destinadas a trabajar con otras y estas 34 imágenes están aquí para demostrarlo

En la mayoría de las profesiones, tienes que tratar con personas, e incluso si trabajas para ti mismo, no lo evitarás. Y debido a que está obligado a trabajar con algunas personas al azar, habrá situaciones inesperadas, malentendidos o simplemente no los entenderá en absoluto.

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A las personas que tienen que trabajar con este tipo de compañeros de trabajo les gusta desahogarse en internet y para nosotros es entretenido leerlo porque quizás nos relacionamos o porque las historias son tan salvajes que nos dejan incrédulos.

Panda aburrido Entré en Internet para encontrar algunas de las fotos que la gente tomó y que demuestran lo terribles o simplemente molestos que son los compañeros de trabajo con los que tienen que trabajar. ¿Tienes experiencias similares? ¡Vota las fotos que más te gusten y cuéntanos tus historias en los comentarios!

# 1 Mi compañero de trabajo tiende a derramar su cereal saliendo de la cocina por la mañana y simplemente dejarlo allí. Lo hice arte moderno

Créditos de la imagen: no usado

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En un mundo ideal, todos tendrían un trabajo que realmente les gusta, pero incluso si ese fuera el caso, el entorno laboral y las personas con las que trabaja también son importantes. La mayoría de las veces, tener contacto con las personas con las que trabaja es inevitable, ya que comparte el mismo espacio o equipo y algunos trabajos requieren trabajo en equipo.

# 2 compañero de trabajo llevó a su perro a la oficina. El perro hizo esto, un compañero de trabajo dice: «Estoy muy ocupado, así que alguien más puede conseguirlo»

Créditos de la imagen: alwayz4word

# 3 Tenemos un aguafiestas en serie en el trabajo

Créditos de la imagen: Gypsyxox

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# 4 Los compañeros de trabajo llevaron binoculares para trabajar a los pervertidos en los jóvenes amantes de la playa hoy

Créditos de la imagen: good_interiors

Pero como lo demuestra esta lista, no siempre es fácil. Algunas personas tienen hábitos que no puedes soportar o no son tan ordenadas como desearías que fueran, mientras que otras son simplemente groseras y molestas.

Por eso, a la gente le gusta ir a Internet para expresar sus frustraciones por los compañeros de trabajo que les resultan molestos o porque las historias son demasiado buenas para no contarlas. Por supuesto, hay compañeros de trabajo mucho peores que pueden afectar seriamente a otros, pero en esta lista, encontrará comportamientos que son más molestos que dañinos.

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# 5 Trabajo con una oficina llena de sádicos

Créditos de imagen: NoTick

# 6 Inspirado en The Other Cigarette Butt Post. Te doy a mis compañeros de trabajo …

Créditos de la imagen: Klaxon722

# 7 Mi compañero de trabajo pasivo y agresivo me vio cerrar un cajón ligeramente abierto de camino al baño … Volví a esto

Créditos de imagen: ZorkfromOrk

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# 8 La forma en que se estacionan mis compañeros de trabajo

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Sin embargo, incluso si algunas cosas que hacen los compañeros de trabajo no son tan serias y, a veces, simplemente pueden ignorarse, eso no significa que la gente siempre deba dejar que se salgan con la suya. Business News Daily señaló algunos consejos sobre cómo lidiar con personas molestas en el trabajo.

Lo primero que recomiendan es averiguar qué es exactamente lo que te molesta. Tal vez sea causado por una falta de comunicación que se soluciona fácilmente y luego todos los problemas se resolverían. Otra cosa a tener en cuenta es no reaccionar precipitadamente o reaccionar de forma exagerada. Es mejor abordar la situación con calma y acudir a RR.HH. también puede ayudar. También podría ser útil encontrar un interés común o algo en lo que ambos estén de acuerdo que haga que esa persona sea más agradable para ustedes.

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# 9 Mi compañero de trabajo bostezó mientras usaba mi computadora y me dejó esto

Créditos de la imagen: butt_funnel

# 10 Mi compañero de trabajo se quita los zapatos malolientes y duerme en la sala de descanso mientras almorzamos

Créditos de la imagen: shredbmc

Taza # 11 Mis compañeros de trabajo contra la fiebre tifoidea

Créditos de imagen: scraplog

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Si todo lo demás falla, la mejor política es siempre ser diplomático pero directo y decir lo que piensa. La mayoría de las veces, es posible encontrar una solución porque tal vez la persona con la que estás molesto ni siquiera lo sepa. Si alguien te está molestando y te está impidiendo hacer tu trabajo, esta es una situación perfecta en la que ser sincero vale la pena. Trate de ser educado y pídales que le permitan hacer su trabajo y que se dirijan a usted solo si tienen preguntas relacionadas con el trabajo.

El último punto que analiza Business Daily News es simplemente mantener una actitud positiva. Es importante tener límites y dejar que los demás sepan cuándo su comportamiento te incomoda, pero no sirve de nada insistir en la negatividad.

# 12 ¡Aliméntame, Seymour! En mi oficina, un compañero de trabajo ha estado cultivando esta vid durante años. El gerente de la oficina quiere que se acabe. Me gusta

Créditos de imagen: visuraXD

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# 13 Tengo compañeros de trabajo malvados a los que les gusta hacerme bromas. Afortunadamente, no miro cuando escribo de todos modos

Créditos de imagen: segasaver

# 14 Los compañeros de trabajo no saben cómo funcionan los refrigeradores

Créditos de la imagen: buckydean

# 15 El escritorio de mi compañero de trabajo

Créditos de imagen: modrid81

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# 16 Tuve que usar la oficina de mis compañeros de trabajo hoy que está de vacaciones para hacer algunas llamadas telefónicas. Así es como se ve su cable telefónico

Créditos de la imagen: marissakalyn

# 17 La forma en que mi compañero de trabajo usó mi cinta

Créditos de la imagen: chillicheesefrog

# 18 Un gilipollas en mi oficina: “Maldita sea, eso estuvo cerca. Si tomo el último cubo de hielo, quizás tenga que volver a llenar la bandeja «

Créditos de la imagen: Canisteo99

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# 19 Mi compañera de trabajo del hospital apoya su piruleta en la pantalla de su teléfono

Créditos de imagen: Icroe

# 20 El hombre de las cavernas como mi compañero de trabajo ha abierto su pan

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# 21 compañeros de trabajo que hacen esto con mis marcadores de borrado en seco

Créditos de imagen: MakeSandwichesNotWar

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# 22 Alguien en el trabajo le preguntó si podía tener uno de mis Sudafed

Créditos de imagen: PESADO

# 23 Un compañero de trabajo perezoso decidió que era demasiado bueno para ayudar a llamar a una fila de 5 personas. Me dejó drogado y seco para lidiar con clientes frustrados

Créditos de la imagen: jordyn22k

# 24 Tenemos más de 300 empleados

Créditos de la imagen: corvoapiano

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# 25 Compré un danés para mis compañeros de trabajo. Alguien cortó y se comió la parte de gelatina, dejando los bordes

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# 26 Teníamos donas en el trabajo, y vi a un compañero de trabajo tomar dos bocados de este donut y volver a ponerlo en la caja

Créditos de imagen: HerrHaakon

# 27 Todos mis compañeros de trabajo hacen esto. Me hace querer dejar

Créditos de la imagen: Cavetroll771

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# 28 Este tipo en mi trabajo nunca bebe toda la Coca Cola

Créditos de la imagen: 420minglee

# 29 Mi compañero de trabajo devolvió la grapadora de la recepción así. Me dijo que se acabaron las grapas

Créditos de la imagen: Stupid_Genious

# 30 Mi jefe publicó este correo electrónico (que ya todos habíamos visto) en el tablón de anuncios de la empresa a la vista de los clientes

Créditos de imagen: Shakes-Fear

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# 31 Cómo uno de mis compañeros de trabajo deja su basura después de que termina de tomar su descanso

Créditos de la imagen: voltajesergal123

# 32 Mi compañero de trabajo estacionó en el lote equivocado cerca del edificio

Créditos de la imagen: lovetacojohns

# 33 Tengo los compañeros de trabajo más perezosos

Créditos de la imagen: expectopatronshot

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# 34 Mi colega colocó el servidor allí, solo. Tienen el rack de red allí

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