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18 people share the things society views as 'normal' but creeps them out.

18 people share the things society views as 'normal' but creeps them out.


As a society, we've grown to accept things as 'normal' that, when you think about it, maybe shouldn't be normalized. On a popular Reddit thread, people share the things everyone thinks are normal but creeps them out.

1. fuma_puma is hate liking your social media posts.

People making Instagrams for their babies and making captions as if the baby were writing it

2. Broosevelt doesn't like being surveilled.

Every company creates an ecosystem that requires my home address, credit card, and my birthday just to listen to some music or use some software. Not a shred of my identity is unsold at this point.

3. Suspicious_Drive6655 doesn't like reminders of their mortality.

Feeling my own heartbeat

4. Mental_Investigator3 is creeped out by adults that do this.

When people refer to kids/babies as “flirting” when they are just being playful.

5.runningamuck has essential questions for furniture manufacturers.

I think it's weird that most couches don't come with washable cushion covers. Everyone finds that normal, but they would think it's weird if someone just slept on a bare mattress without ever putting a sheet on it.

When in reality it's exactly the same thing. I bought a couch with cushion covers you can take off and put in the washing machine for that reason.

6. nautius_maximus1 wants to know what they see.

When you’re chillin’ with your cat or dog at night with no one else home and they suddenly alert and look super-alarmed like they heard something.

7. gottarunfast1 doesn't like being touched.

'what no hug?' When saying goodbye to a person I'd never shown interest in touching

8.-Misspriss- wants to remind parents that the internet is forever.

Parents with no boundaries when it comes to putting their kids on social media. Anything for likes. Pics in the bath etc.

9. anon0987654321anonn works for the paycheck, not the vibes.

Employers reward us with an 8-hour staff retreat at work where we are expected to share personal info with each other all day. Staff bonding.

10. Hexo_Micron wants more negativity!

Influencers' toxic positivity on Instagram.

11. 2xth isn't to be bothered.

People who knock on my door.

12.infj_rbs doesn't want your fake kindness.

When people document (video record or take a photo or write an article) themselves or other people when helping the impoverished, especially those videos of influencers on Youtube vlogging and ‘helping’ the homeless, showing their faces and stuff. BS and creepy for me. If you help, just help, no need to let others know.

13. heelspider doesn't like to be copied.

There's this sales technique called 'mirroring' where the salesperson mimics the body language of the customer to gain rapport. I think a lot of people also do it subconsciously to some extent. Anyway, this really creeps me out.

14.Ok_Tax7195 questions how their bosses treat their families.

The whole 'we're all family here' at the workplace. It's like some weird brainwashing to get you to enjoy your job more than you should. Like, no, you're not my family. I'm here to do work and get paid, and that's the only reason I'm here.

15. HeinzThorvald has yet to experience a miracle.

People talking about Jesus Christ like they just ran into him at the store.

16. kyzour wants to know how you use your phone.

extremely long acrylic nails

17. Archgaull raises a good point.

Child beauty pageants.

It's f*cking creepy

18. mxxiestorc is not a fan of unyielding nationalism.

Pledge of allegiance.

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