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45 'Never Again' Vows Ranging From Silly To Very Serious

We've all got our fair share of "never again" moments. Some might be related to debauchery, for example, swearing off tequila after an unfortunate binge-drinking episode back in college. Some may involve moments of staggering stupidity. Other "never agains" might be a little more serious, like refusing to work in a restaurant or in retail. This r/AskReddit thread covers all of those bases and more, with plenty of "facepalm" moments to keep things light. 

People on Reddit share their "Never Again" moments, marriage, dating ,drinking, drugs, silly stories, funny stories, animals, dog walking, poop | one thing made say never fucking again And why? | Feltch_McAvity 8h 314 Awards Attempting catch my dogs shit bag rather than picking up ground. Seemed like good idea. Dog sharted up my arm. Had long walk back home through my neighborhood covered shit. Never again.
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The global nutrient pump's clogged and we're to blame.

In a recent paper, an international team of scientists proposed the human race went and mucked up the natural redistribution and recycling processes of the world's nutrient supplies. Due to the extinction of many species, and the endangerment of even more, we currently deal with a worldwide sh*t-fueled nutrient production system that operates at 6% capacity.

We can't guess how severe such a low operating capacity imposes at this point, but we can all agree this is some bulls*it.

Can't we just let the far-roaming animals fu*king roam?

But the good news here is we'll probably create some new nature preserves, and maybe restore some cloned mammoths.

Fu*king mammoths.

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Indonesian copywriter Mita Diran collapsed and then died not long after tweeting Saturday about working nonstop for 30 hours .
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As reported by Adage.com, the apparent cause to the tragedy is exhaustion and the consumption of too many energy drinks.

It was not immediately clear what medical issues caused Ms. Diran's death, or even if they were related to work, though some local reports blamed her long hours and heavy consumption of a Southeast Asian energy drink. But the death struck a chord, particularly since it came seven months after a 24-year-old Ogilvy PR staffer in Beijing, Gabriel Li, suffered a heart attack and died at his desk. News reports quickly blamed his death on overwork, though the cause was not clear.