"These are literally some of the cutest dogs I've ever seen in my life," said one commenter on the now-viral video.
One user asked, "Especially when he's trying to leave the next day, that was being a very supportive coparent and loving dad. Why is that not enough for you?"
"You deserve some time to yourself, and your husband should have been able to handle putting a 7-month-old baby to bed," one commenter wrote.
"That is wildly inappropriate let alone totally lacking in empathy," one user said.
After excluding his wife from numerous family vacations, it was time for a taste of his own medicine.
He says she likes to order a lot of food, but eats very little of it—and refuses to eat leftovers.
"She put more effort into her gift than you ever do. All you do is get out your credit card, and you think you're better because of it," one user wrote.
"A company will never return loyalty," one commenter wrote. "They don't give employees notice when they lay them off or fire them."
"Giving me President Selina Meyers vibes," a Reddit user wrote, referring to her character on the popular television show "Veep."
Redditors slammed the company's "bait-and-switch" offer, and agreed that the applicant "dodged a bullet."
The manager was sprayed with silly string by his employees as he celebrated five years of sobriety.
"I would assume she is trying to give your house away," said one commenter on a viral Reddit post.
She made the claims after being caught in the act with a coworker, telling her husband his "neglect" drove her to it.
Redditors have urged the person to quit after discovering their company headshots have been edited to make the skin lighter and faces appear younger.
Several users of Reddit said they "salute" the female employee for "not putting up with bulls**t."
"Everyone sucks here," many commenters assured.
"Being allowed to drink at your own bar is a double-edged sword," one commenter wrote.
"He called me selfish because I know how his health will impact his time with her and he doesn't want her to think he's neglecting her," she wrote.
"That's just creepy. And the fact that you shared it with other people and allowed them to edit it is disgusting," one user said.
The interviewer refused to disclose salary information. The interviewee left.
"I can promise you...she's absolutely in the mood. In fact, she's EXTREMELY in the mood. Just not for you," one user commented.
The woman said she stormed out of her husband's birthday dinner after his friend, Ava, made a surprise appearance.
"This little kitty cat wants to bathe," a Reddit user said in a comment on the video. "Love his reaction."
"You literally made me laugh out loud," a Redditor said. "Kudos on having a line ready or thinking fast on your feet."
"Based on what you described, you're just an uptight prude, and so is your family," one user commented.
He revealed in a Reddit post that he made the comment after being told his own wife's swimming costume was making others "uncomfortable."
"I am willing to bet those kids will remember you fondly for the rest of their lives," a Redditor commented.
Some Redditors used the post as an opportunity to vent about tip culture and slammed the server for taking their anger out "on the wrong people."
"I never pushed, but I did attempt to form a bond with them. But it always felt like I was being dismissed," she wrote in her Reddit post.
"People pretty often forget that if you're just nice to people they'll also be nice back to you," commented one Reddit user.