20 Times People Just Plain Had Enough

Sometimes, enough is enough is enough. The parameters aren't necessarily clear, but you always know when things have crossed a line and you're done with the situation.

Don't feel bad, though. It happens to all of us, and these photos are living proof.

"This is the most perfect photo I took in 7 years as a cat owner."

Reddit | ode26

There are two kinds of cats: the ones who get in your face to take your food from you, and then there are ones like this: the cats who sadly guilt-trip you from a distance.

"Well, duh."

Reddit | CaptainWisconsin

I've never seen a bumper sticker that would be more of an encouragement for me to honk. It's not like The Mummy was even that good. It's just a time capsule that brings you back to a simpler era.

"A year ago I started sending my GF these photos whenever she asked if the baby was ok."

Reddit | BitwiseShift

Has this guy ever heard of the boy who cried wolf? I wonder how his girlfriend will react if their babies ever do get in a bad situation.

"I turned 30 today. Party? Anyone?"

Reddit | From-over-there

Everyone has had at least one covid birthday at this point. The struggle is real. You know that you're that much older, but you don't have friends around to dull that heavy realization.

"I cancelled a call mid-presentation bc my 9yo told me water was running all over her bathroom floor…"

Reddit | Mahhhbster27

I'm not sure if this parent should be proud that their kid has a sense of humor, or embarrassed that the sense of humor is so corny.

"Told my boyfriend I was getting him a burger for Christmas."

Reddit | Ao-Eleni

I love this gift-giving idea, but I have to question her caption. She told her boyfriend she was getting him, uh, a...burger for Christmas? That's the most disappointing Christmas promise I've ever heard.

"I put googly eyes on my VR glasses and let my grandparents try them out."

Reddit | MadJoeMak

Usually when someone's wearing a VR headset, they've got a slack-jawed expression with no visible eyes. Now, they've got a slack-jawed expression with comical eyes. This is much better.

"I annoy my wife by doing this every time she posts a landscape photo."

Reddit | riceisright56

I can't see why this guy's wife is annoyed. He takes her beautiful photos and then beautifies them even further with the most majestic creatures that have ever existed.

"All of my coworkers agreed to dress up as smurfs for Halloween. I'm the only one to go through with it."

Reddit | Papa_Skittles

Not only did this guy get played by his coworkers, he went all-in on the blue face. I would've hedged my bets by just wearing a Smurf hat.

"Turns out I’m not very good at online shopping."

Reddit | garbagecannot8

On the internet, a picture of a fridge is a picture of a fridge is a picture of a fridge. This guy should be patting himself on the back for the simple fact that he didn't buy a dollhouse fridge or something.

"Welcome to Cameron’s car."

Reddit | PmP_Eaz

I know that Cameron is trying to be helpful with this list, but the presence of the list itself would give me anxiety. Which activity would Cameron prefer? I don't want to opt for the silent ride if he'd prefer karaoke.

"Halloween 2020."

Reddit | hilernothitler

This is the age-old battle of probiotics versus antibiotics. I've always wondered what happens inside your body if you eat some probiotic yogurt and then take some antibiotics. I'd assume it's utter chaos, a warzone in your own stomach.

"Saw this today."

Reddit | Team-Meatball

Back in the day, we tried "eat the rich" as a slogan, but no rich people actually got eaten. Now we can try to yeet the rich. I'm not so sure it'll happen either, but at least it's a new idea.

"Our baby announcement photo. My wife looked so obnoxiously thin 24 hours after delivery that I joked I looked like the one who had just delivered. So we decided to swap for a funny photo."

Reddit | tyleryoungblood

This guy's smiling on the outside, but cursing his metabolism on the inside.

"My girlfriend and I (finally) got a PlayStation 5 so naturally we did a fake maternity and newborn shoot with it."

Reddit | jessethedolan

It's still extremely hard to get a PS5, so I think it's worth flaunting it if you're one of the lucky few.

"A college student."

Reddit | jjj1986jjj

If a security guard sees this and still issues a ticket, that's a sign that said security guard has no soul. I mean, c'mon, this poor student gets paid on Friday. Just let them have this one.

"Shirtception - my favorite gift every year from my brother. We're now at level 7."

I like the concept, but it won't be long until this concept becomes untenable. By 2040, everyone will be asking this dude why he's wearing a shirt with hundreds of tiny photos all over it.

"GOD level security!"

Reddit | Srinivas_Hunter

This security system will work perfectly so long as everyone adheres to the honor system. Just don't give in to the temptation to log into starboy98's account and everything will be good.

Imagine if Gmail worked like this...

"I have a long-standing battle with my buddy for the most ridiculous photo ID. My wife suggested I wear my mother's hot pink bathrobe and "Gary Busey" my hair for my new DRIVER'S LICENSE photo, so I did."

Reddit | rage242

Considering this guy will have to show that license for the next few years, I think he just played himself.

"Be considerate please!"

Reddit | dieselengine9

I see people getting violent with credit card chip readers and it's sad to see. Just use a feather touch, or, better yet, use tap payment. Those readers aren't getting any younger, and they're expensive to replace.

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