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He was extremely thoughtful to do that. Rule 1: Not A Meme

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u/RewardKristy 1d ago

And on that wholesome note, I think I’ll end my thanksgiving Reddit scrolling here. Thank you.

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u/jitterbug726 1d ago

It’s always good to end the daily scroll on a good vibe. You know they next hellish memory is waiting just below the border of your screen

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u/civgarth 1d ago

TIL about the guy with a 137 pound scrotum.

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u/jitterbug726 1d ago

Hahaha why would you do this to me

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u/Crunktasticzor 1d ago

Warren’s penis was “buried” about a foot under his skin, Gelman said, but fully functional. A tunnel of sorts had formed from the tip to the top layer of his swollen skin, allowing Warren to urinate without assistance.

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u/breeekk 1d ago

No offense, but I always wonder if people can really follow this? Do they really stop scrolling Reddit?

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u/CallMomOnHerBirthday 1d ago

No one leaves reddit. Everyone is stuck in a perpetual loop of scrolling. But they never leave, it is just your brain thinking you leave, when in reality you go to r/bed where you try to r/sleep and then in the r/morning you make some r/coffee and so on.

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u/Smrgling 1d ago

I'm doing so right now

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u/CerealBranch739 1d ago

Considering the lack of reply, yes. I’ll join him

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u/Buddha_Lady 1d ago

Have a good night!

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u/blueeyebling 1d ago

You too!

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u/N_D_V 1d ago

As will I. Thanks for the idea.

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u/shpongled7 1d ago

And my phone too

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u/Flirpen 1d ago

And mine!

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u/The_Roadkill 1d ago

And my sword!

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u/Explursions 1d ago

And my genitals!

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u/missoulian 1d ago

Yep and I’m done. Goodnight all.

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u/thisisnotyourgod 1d ago

And my axe

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u/Oshh__ 1d ago

You know what. I agree. You have a wonderful day tomorrow. May your holidays be merry and your 2023 bring you success and happiness!

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u/Okstate14 1d ago

Me too

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u/existentialepicure 1d ago

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I'm going to go sleep off the turkey too.

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u/tuurtl 1d ago

Yea, I’m clocking out too. Gnight everyone :)

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u/angelamia 1d ago

lol, I just said the same thing to myself

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u/mrwhiskey1814 1d ago

Absolutely same. This was the perfect story to end on for today

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u/PuffinDaisy 1d ago

U sure? I could totally complain about this if you want

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u/Birdie121 1d ago

Good thinking, me too.

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u/Dramatic_Lab_6549 1d ago

Have fun with your turkey I enjoy a barrel

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u/Notathrow4wayaccount 1d ago

Same! Good night

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u/_________FU_________ 1d ago edited 1d ago

That’s crazy she held that secret for that long. That’s rude ride or die right there.

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u/PranshuKhandal 1d ago

wow, you were a kid once? must have felt pretty amazing?

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u/Pattywacks 1d ago Take My Energy

Former kid here, it was aight. I appreciated life way more, but didn't understand the trauma I was swimming in until I woke up drowning as an adult.

10/10 would recommend

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u/avoidancebehavior 1d ago

Damn, too accurate

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u/trashleymarie 1d ago

Wasn't expecting to see beautiful poetry in the comment section but here we are.

Hope you're having a good day today.

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u/Pattywacks 1d ago

Haha thanks for the compliment! I had a great day and I'm winding down now. Ate a bit too much pie, so my stomach gained a stomach of its own.

How's your Thanksgiving been? I hope you surrounded by good people and food!

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u/smokedspirit 1d ago

They probably ratted OP out straight away but the co worker respected what OP did and wanted to say thank you before she left

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u/TheFern2 1d ago

you must not have any kids lol, of course they told mommy the same day.

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u/Lopsided_Lychee6011 1d ago

Rude? The dude wanted it to be a secret to begin with.

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u/RudeBoyPlays 1d ago

Think the meant ride as in "ride or die"

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u/Lopsided_Lychee6011 1d ago edited 1d ago

Ah okay. Makes more sence, sorry brooder -sense-

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u/_________FU_________ 1d ago

Lol fucking autocorrect

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u/saracenrefira 1d ago

Good that it didn't autocorrect to seance because that will be very confusing.

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u/blanketed_forensic 1d ago

Pretty sure it was a typo, probably meant ride or die

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u/jumpenjack 1d ago

They meant to say ride or die. It gets autocorrected.

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u/Lopsided_Lychee6011 1d ago

Sorry guys didn't connect the old saying😭😭😭

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u/laffy_taffy329 1d ago

I think they meant “ride” or die.

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u/doppiogelato 1d ago

Good storytelling is what it is lol

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u/EconomyAd4297 1d ago

Bc it’s not true. And why would she be “all smiles” if she knew her husband didn’t really remember?

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u/starkel91 1d ago

Maybe the kids ratted him out at a later time, but because that anniversary was so special and rekindled their marriage they were able to laugh off the truth to that truth?

Or it never happened, which is what I think for 99% of the stories on this site.

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u/Cm0002 1d ago

What likely happened here is mom told her kids at some point she was quitting and triggered the memory then probably thought "well might as well spill the tea now since she's leaving" and told her then, years later

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u/shmeeaglee 1d ago

Typical coworker W

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u/sad-n-rad 1d ago

Rare coworker W.. lol

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u/shmeeaglee 1d ago

Might wanna consider working somewhere else then lol

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u/NWYUPSIO 1d ago

I was about to say it's a bit much to quit just because of some shitty coworkers. However, I've just recently started having some issues with coworkers and managers. The treatment is night and day, I hate workplace politics so much, I wish everyone could just be nice but it instead feels like everyone is working their hardest to make everyone else as miserable as they are. I also hate that it's working on me.

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u/sad-n-rad 1d ago

I’m thankful at this new job I don’t have co workers that I work with directly, but at previous jobs all my coworkers sucked.

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u/Mosh00Rider 1d ago

Good coworkers make the world of a difference.

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u/LogiBear2003 1d ago

they really do

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u/musnteatd1ckagain 1d ago

Nice man

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u/TimmJimmGrimm 1d ago

... and very brave at that!

Many people are All Boundaries and don't want you to get into their Private Stuff.

To me, this guy is a superhero. But i know people who are the dead-opposite of my ADHD that would F-king kill someone who tried this kind of thing.

"How DARE you interfere with my FAMiLY?!??!!1!"

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u/Ok_Face7055 1d ago

Yeah, i was thinking the same .

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u/kalvinoz 1d ago

Wholesome and all, but I've always taught my kids that anytime an adult asks them to keep a secret, they're immediately telling mummy about it.

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u/eleanor_dashwood 1d ago

Which they did, so it gets to stay wholesome.

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u/kalvinoz 1d ago

Maybe. I personally avoid asking kids to keep secrets from their parents, and would feel uncomfortable if someone asked my kids to keep a secret from me, even if it was well-intentioned.

I'll add that I'm ok with my kids having their privacy and keeping certain things to themselves, as long as it's their own decision.

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u/_Spectre0_ 1d ago Helpful

I think that kids that old can exercise some autonomy to figure out whether it’s a secret that they should keep or something that they should immediately tell their guardians about. For something like this, I think they could figure out it’s pretty safe to keep it a secret, but no harm either way

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u/PensiveOracle 1d ago

Is there really a difference between husband forgot vs only remembered because stranger called to remind him? This story is weird.

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u/Xsiah 1d ago

It's nice that the stranger cares that this lady has a nice evening even if the husband may not.

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u/saracenrefira 1d ago

Sometimes people really do forget. If the husband truly didn't care, he would not have done all those things when he was reminded of their anniversary.

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u/inthegym1982 1d ago edited 1d ago Take My Energy

They do, but if the woman knew he’d forgotten, it’s far more likely he always forgets. The fact that this is a “wholesome story” just reminds me how common and expected it is for everyone to do everything for men instead of just holding them to normal standards.

Women still do the vast majority of child rearing and household management despite working full time. So it’s pretty easy to infer that hubby has a lot done for him considering he didn’t bother to remember his anniversary but his wife — who also works — did.

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u/Cyanasy 1d ago

Both the husband and wife worked + had kids, people get worn down and tired, just happens. I don’t think there’s much more behind it (that we really need to infer) it’s a happy story where someone went out of their way to make someone happy.

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u/SHIRK2018 1d ago

Also, when you're busy and have a lot on your plate (such as, having multiple children and a full time job) it can be VERY difficult to even keep track of what day of the week it is, let alone if the date matches up to some event

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u/Neka_JP 1d ago

OR you are just bad with dates. I am horrible at it and literally only know my own birthday and not even all holidays. I would certainly forget, but that doesnt mean I dont care about it

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u/summonsays 1d ago

I put everything on a Google calendar and try to look at it at least once a week. I still forget things, but it's definitely helped.

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u/eleanor_dashwood 1d ago

Yet somehow the wife managed to remember.

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u/CircleofRichmond 1d ago

Different people are different? Impossible.

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u/femboys-enjoyer 1d ago

Miserable Redditors sprinting at max speed drain all the joy out of a room and tell a bunch of people who came out of an experience happy that they shouldn't be.

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u/Chukwura111 1d ago

I was really tempted to block that account even though I knew we'd likely never cross paths again

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u/The_Roadkill 1d ago

Do it anyways!

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u/Alphy13 1d ago edited 1d ago

Why doesn't the wife buy the husband flowers?

Is it really loving of you to avoid saying happy anniversary to your spouse in the morning because you're putting them to the test?

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u/special_leather 1d ago

Baffled this has so many downvotes. This isn't really a wholesome post at all, and a lot of comments are acting like it's totally normal to forget your anniversary. Strange.

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u/khanikhan 1d ago

I do not have a kid. I forget my own birthday every single year.

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u/Rinzack 1d ago

If the Husband didn’t care he wouldn’t have done anything after being informed of it. He did care but this was before everyone had a constantly updated calendar on their person 24/7. Plus I’ve forgotten my own birthday multiple times, I can’t fault someone else for forgetting what date it is

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u/gingerdanger123 1d ago

This is not the weird part, the weird part is remembering it 6 years later, caring enough to mention she knows, but never mention it before.

It's such a minor "secret", "my kids ratted you out", 6 years have passed, how does he even know what she is talking about, they both should have practically forgot about that unless someone reminds them, I find it unrealistic.

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u/chacogrizz 1d ago

Yeah there is at least to me. Sure the husband only remembered because of a stranger calling but the fact is it still made the coworkers anniversary much better. I'm sure she would rather get flowers and go out on a date night then have her husband show up and go "shoot i forgot".

Now I'm sure she probably would prefer he just remembered it on his own but maybe he did maybe he didn't(the story only implies he didn't) and even if he didn't getting a little help never hurt anyone. Clearly she was happy and ok with it.

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u/JamesXX 1d ago

If your significant other was about to unknowingly do something that was going to make you sad, but someone they knew could prevent that from happening, you'd rather be sad on principle?

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u/Zestyclose-Compote-4 1d ago

The "unknowingly" is the sad part though, isn't it?

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u/Stunning_Grocery8477 1d ago

I know.

I thought the end of the story would be that the lade left her husband because getting a reminder that one time didn't change anything

I forgot what sub this was

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u/novophx 1d ago

but so wholesom hug redit upvote !!!!

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u/aVexedPotato 1d ago

It's so tiring

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u/ghe5 1d ago

It's not when you don't know. The kids are not gonna rat out the coworker immediately I hope and with that, the day itself is great because "he remembered". Yeah, she might find out later that he didn't really remember but the fact that it was a great day doesn't change, it already happened.

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u/Werchitas 1d ago

That's glorious. But quick question: what kinda company throws a whole ass lunch when someone finds another job? I've never heard of that

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u/KiKiPAWG 1d ago

Boyfriend used to work at a grocery store where they would award cakes if you've worked there long enough + they liked you.

(And give you a mini surprise party)

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u/staghallows 1d ago

"This is Steven. Steven has been here 8 years. Guess how many cakes Steven has had. That's right. Zero. YOU HEAR THAT, STEVEN? ZERO CAKES, YOU LITTLE BITCH! Anyway. Don't be like Steven."

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u/WobblyPhalanges 1d ago

“Let’s see, inattentive, impatient, notice that glazed look in his eye.

Take a close look at his ‘I really wish I wasn’t here right now!’ button.

There’s names for employees like this, but we’ll just call him…. Steven.”

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u/Dmitri_ravenoff 1d ago

Probably as a thanks for.at least 6 years of service. Find a good company and they'll be happy for you to move up in life, not keep you down.

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u/ChubblesMcgee103 1d ago

Getting harder and harder to come by though for sure.

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u/lelawes 1d ago

This was back in the day before cell phones OP said, back when company loyalty was rewarded and it was unusual for people to leave their job. She was clearly a long-time employee who people were going to miss.

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u/Zoological_Exhibit 1d ago

The company I work for now regularly does this. These days the farewell lunches are a lot smaller and generally limited just to who the person worked with, but before the pandemic almost the entire department (about 30 or so people) would go. We even did farewell lunches for interns that were with us for just a few months.

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u/cicimindy 1d ago

My team does the same. We always go out for food when someone new joins the team or leaves. We recently just had a team lunch outing for an employee who has left after working with us for 4 years, and will have one soon for the interns leaving in December.

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u/Original_Employee621 1d ago

The company I work for straight up bought a 5000 dollar bike for our dishwasher guy who's been with us for 15 years.

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u/saracenrefira 1d ago

It's a good way to break the ice and also to let people know they will be missed. If you are cynical, you can say it is merely to keep morale up.

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u/Werchitas 1d ago

That's...wholesome, and also completely foreign to me. TIL.

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u/Cautious-Angle1634 1d ago

Yea I really miss those days and have been looking hard for a place to even come close to those vibes.

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u/Effective_Pie1312 1d ago

At a former place I worked I would plan the lunch/going away party for those leaving. It was a sign of appreciation for all they contributed.

Edit: Corrected typos

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u/Effective_Pie1312 1d ago

Funnily enough, when I left I was asked to plan my own. It was awkward AF. A coworker was kind enough to send the invite on my behalf so I didn’t have to send invites from my account.

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u/Setari 1d ago

I'd just leave at that point, that's crude and rude.

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u/Effective_Pie1312 1d ago

Yeah, I should have. You live and learn.

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u/FireDoggeth 1d ago

Not to mention it keeps the doors open if you ever consider coming back. It probably is more relevant to positions where experience matters (or even when answering a text with a quick answer to the people still working there would feel like no problem at all).

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u/shmeeaglee 1d ago

I’ve known lots of places to do that

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u/Drahnier 1d ago

Most companies do? I've never not had a farewell lunch.

Maybe it's not a thing in the US? My perspective is from New Zealand.

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u/cappotto-marrone 1d ago

Most places I‘ve worked in the US have.

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u/Numberwang-Decider 1d ago

It's the same deal (source: am a kiwi in the US)

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u/kinezumi89 1d ago

I teach at a university and a staff worker recently left for another department, and we had a whole farewell lunch

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u/abreeden90 1d ago

In 2018 I left the community college I worked at, I was moving to a new state. They threw me a big going away party. A lot of the people I was pretty close too and a few of them tried to keep me from moving.

It definitely happens but it’s definitely rare in this day and age. Hasn’t happened at any other job I’ve held.

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u/Geldeeran 1d ago

My company has done that. Especially for people who have been there a while and made an impact on the company. Boss gets food and drinks and everyone gets back to the shop early to hang out and tell stories. Sometimes contractors that we work with and some of their employees will come too. It's nice for the person who's leaving to be sent off by all the guys he's been working with for years

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u/punkrockeyedoc 1d ago

We do it all the time for people who leave on good terms

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u/Mechakoopa 1d ago

This is key, not everyone who leaves a job is doing it because they hate their boss or are chasing a raise for the sake of a raise. Many times it's because it's the next logical career step for someone who's run out of room to grow at the current company, or they're moving or retiring. Plenty of good reasons for someone to leave a job where you aren't flipping the bird on the way out the door.

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u/TheRiceHatReaper 1d ago

Depends on how nice the manager is. I worked a pretty low level job at a lab and my department threw me a lunch when I left to go back to school. Hopefully the newer generation of managers will normalize employee appreciation

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u/Morning_Song 1d ago

It’s more a farewell/thanks/we’ll miss you thing not congratulations for finding a new job. In my workplace it’s usally a casual morning tea, but I’m not surprised that some workplaces do something bigger or more formal

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u/Cocotte3333 1d ago

Common where I live

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u/justtookadnatest 1d ago

We still do it, we had a luncheon Tuesday for a departing co-worker.

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u/hellokittypumpkin 1d ago

I’ve been to a few goodbye lunches for co-workers who left

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u/betcher73 1d ago

It could have been a friend group going out, not a formal company event.

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u/Bijorak 1d ago

Where i work we do. Every single employee. We are a really small company. Only 45 employees

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u/Dangerous--D 1d ago

Plenty of places used to do it for longtime employees. Used to.

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u/punkrockeyedoc 1d ago

Still do, use to too, but still do

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u/HootieRocker59 1d ago

When I left my last two jobs, my colleagues (peers and so forth) all took me out to lunch. It wasn't an official company-sponsored event. OP just says "farewell luncheon" so it's unclear in this case who was hosting / organizing it. OP could have invited everyone themself.

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u/islandgirl671 1d ago

My coworkers threw a little lunch thing when I left for another job, even though I was only there like two months. They apparently really liked me.

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u/TheFern2 1d ago

Is weird, a lot of US companies do that. Lots of awkward bye's. I literally just had one a few weeks ago.

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u/Lovat69 1d ago

It used to be fairly common. Everything has gone to shit.

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u/HalfSoul30 1d ago

Fellas, in this day and age, we have reminder apps. Use it if you need to.

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u/Okstate14 1d ago

Treat your girl every day like its your anniversary then you never really have to remember

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u/MotorHum 1d ago

Talk about a healthy working environment

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u/Infamous-Astronaut16 1d ago

I ❤️this.

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u/CrownedTraitor 1d ago

The only thing I'm confused is the notion of pre-teen girls what does this mean?

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u/JeffeTheGreat 1d ago

10-12, it's supposed to be kids that aren't teenagers, but also are double digits

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u/Leftleaningdadbod 1d ago

Karma garner. How many times have we seen this, please?

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u/imaginedodong 1d ago

Snitches gets stitches

- Isaac Newton

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u/Austin_Nguyen_2k 1d ago

I hope they became best friends in real life after that wholesome thing from him

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u/EconomyAd4297 1d ago

This is posted at least once a month on Reddit and is most probably not true - why would she be “all smiles” if she knew her husband didn’t really remember?

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u/special_leather 1d ago

Yeah exactly, this isn't wholesome at all. He clearly forgot/didn't care about their special day and made last minute plans without much thought at all. Why is the bar so low? Sad.

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u/Oscarjrs5 1d ago

I see this post every month

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u/Colemanton 1d ago

im conflicted about this kind of story. if he is so disinterested he doesnt remember their anniversary, and if she is that upset by it, all you did was prolong a difficult conversation/argument and potentially prolong the misery of everyone involved.

on the other hand, if its not that deep, you made her day and thats awesome. i guess thats the way to look at it.

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u/aVexedPotato 1d ago

And just imagine how guilty the daughters would feel about keeping their parents in a miserable marriage longer bc they kept that secret.

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u/bee-sting 1d ago

Yeah I agree, if I was the wife I'd rather find out sooner than later that my husband is the type of man to forget an anniversary.

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u/ArchWaverley 1d ago

I'm torn because an anniversary is a personal event and this work colleague just sort of involved themselves in it. And also spoke to my daughter without my knowledge and told them not to tell me.

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u/bullhorn_bigass 1d ago

I’m delighted that this was a positive experience for everyone involved, and I understand that the intention came from a place of love - but I would be livid if a co-worker called my pre-teen daughter and instructed them to get involved in details about my marriage, and then told my daughter not to tell me or my husband.

Personal boundaries are different for everyone, I guess. This would feel way over the line in several different ways for me.

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u/saracenrefira 1d ago edited 1d ago

Nah, you just have an overly sensitive boundary. If someone did something nice for me like that, the last thing I will think about is that he somehow overstep some imaginery boundaries that are ultimately meaningless. The guy came from a good place and he did nothing that was inappropriate from my POV. The important thing is the kindness. Focus on that and your life will be happier.

I take kindness and thoughtfulness every day over trying to make myself feel in control of my life all the time by setting up impossible boundaries that will make anything good in life look bad. I will count my blessings that there are still good people around me who care enough to go the extra mile. Too tired for that kind of narcissistic bull.

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u/notafanofapps33 1d ago

You call out someone for having an “overly sensitive boundary” then claim it’s okay from your POV. How about you focus on the fact that others share different opinions?

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u/schlaubi 1d ago

Telling my children to keep a secret from me is crushing any boundaries.

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u/KingoftheWildlings 1d ago

There’s no way any of you really believe this happened

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u/Dracu98 1d ago

six years later, I myself wouldn't have rembered that. must've really stuck with her.

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u/Retro_Prime 1d ago

Sometimes, even when we are loved, a reminder someone cares makes all the difference. Even if it’s not the person you’d expect.

Kindness costs no one, but rewards many.

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u/laced-and-dangerous 1d ago

While that’s a very nice thing he did, it makes me so sad that he forgot in the first place…

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u/Katasuki 1d ago

Peak Retarddit moment

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u/bigbiblefire 1d ago

Wholesome? Not for the pre-teen girl wondering why mommy’s coworker is calling me involved with my parents anniversary and such…

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u/JeffeTheGreat 1d ago

The kid almost certainly wasn't bothered

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u/xolhos 1d ago

People who upvoted this apparently never go outside and have normal interactions with people. It's not as weird as you are making it out to be

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u/extHonshuWolf 1d ago

Once a rat always a rat.

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u/More-Masterpiece-561 1d ago

We have found Jim Halpert

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u/schlaubi 1d ago

Wow. Some stranger calling my kids and telling them what to do. Wholesome...

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u/algorhythmer 1d ago

also, to keep it a secret from both parents.

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u/tttttzz 1d ago

This is why I don't trust kids

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u/truckstopplunger 1d ago

I love this

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u/sleepDeprivedHuman 1d ago

And then everyone clapped

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u/Ryanthln- 1d ago

Does everyone have to be so mean that they can’t believe this stuff happens?

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u/KingoftheWildlings 1d ago

Lmfao this didn’t happen, and if you think it did you’re gullible

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u/Dat_Steve 1d ago

Right? What if the husband didn’t forget… and wanted to surprise her and apologize for forgetting years earlier..

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u/Stiffard 1d ago

At the end of the day her husband still had to be reminded it was his wedding anniversary or, as you pointed out, he didn't forget and OP's efforts were moot and unnecessary. The OP sending a reminder is, iunno, thoughtful(?) but what did they actually do for their coworker? It's kind of a bizarre situation the more you look at it.

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u/GundalfTheCamo 1d ago

Why is it only the man's responsibility to organize sobering?

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u/Stiffard 1d ago

Organizing and simply remembering are two, entirely different things.

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u/Elite_VlogsYT 1d ago

Ohhh my god good deeds don’t go unnoticed humble mate

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u/kienonreddit 1d ago

„My kids ratted you out“

Top 10 Anime betrayals.

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u/Slumberland_ 1d ago

Besides OP’s title, we know a man wrote this only because the writing begins with “Female coworker”

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u/[deleted] 1d ago

Lmao… female is completely fine to use as a adjective. Using it as a noun is what’s icky

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u/boozername 1d ago

Using female as a modifier (female coworker, female president, etc) is different than just calling someone "a female". Like the difference between referring to someone as "a black person" and just "a black."

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u/AnAwesome11yearold 1d ago

I mean, what can they say? Female is actually right in that context, they won’t say women coworker. You could argue they could’ve just not mentioned the gender but it’s just giving more details

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u/poppalopp 1d ago edited 19h ago

There's nothing wrong with "female coworker" but it is true that you can tell a man wrote it because a woman would've just said "coworker" lol

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u/dont_bother_me 1d ago

female is used as an adjective so female co-worker makes sense. if standalone, then woman would be better.

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u/shmeeaglee 1d ago

Kids would’ve ratted him out

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u/MycologistPutrid7494 1d ago

r/wholesomememes manages to have some of the least wholesome comments sometimes.

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u/laz10 1d ago

Stalker just knows her home phone number

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u/4BsButtsBoobsBlunts 1d ago

And then they fuckt

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u/Mechinova 1d ago

That's kind of cool but also stupid because if you consider it harsh or not idk, but if I was a dude in a marriage I'd intentionally play like I wasn't aware sometimes and launch a big surprise by the end of the day when she least expects it.

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u/Snackasm 1d ago

Now that is wholesome