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We Know the Dangers of Rain-kun: AITA for not letting a friend use my umbrella in a Japanese downpour? (self.AmItheAsshole) 11.8k submitted 8 hours ago by 1247111622 My friends and I went sightseeing, aware that the weather forecast was warning of heavy rain. We're from England, where the correct response to rain is to not acknowledge it, but things are a little different in Japan. It is impossible to walk outside without getting fully soaked. I warned my friends of this and stopped at a shop to buy an umbrella. They were reluctant to get one; either underestimating the rain or thinking they could get one later, if it actually rained I warned them multiple times that if it rains, I would not let them borrow my umbrella. One friend had a raincoat so was mostly fine but the other did not. I reminded them that I would not share a few more times while we were walking. Roughly an hour later, it started raining. Hard. It was unlikely to stop raining any time soon and we had a train to catch so we walked in the rain for half an hour to the train station. I stood by my word and refused to let them use my umbrella (which could easily fit 2 people under it). When we arrived, the friend without the raincoat was completely soaked, and the other was far from dry. Neither were particularly happy. AITA for standing by my word and not saving my friend from the rain? 2188 comments source share save hide give award report crosspost hide all child comments 1 second of exposure to Japanese rain: We Know the Dangers of Rain-kun
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<p><a href="http://ohnoarno.tumblr.com/post/166059190317/its-been-raining-for-days-looks-like-the" class="tumblr_blog">ohnoarno</a>:</p><blockquote><ul><li>“It’s been raining for days.”<br/></li> <li>“Looks like the rainy season is finally here.”<br/></li> <li>“Shall I put on a pot of tea?”<br/></li> <li>“Turn up the heat/put another log on the fire, the rain brought a chill.”<br/></li> <li>“Close the window, you’ll ruin the flooring!”<br/></li> <li>“You’re sopping wet.”<br/></li> <li>“What on earth were you doing out there?”<br/></li> <li>“Fine, you can come in, but take off your shoes.”<br/></li> <li>“I don’t need you tracking mud everywhere.”<br/></li> <li>“The sound of rain is so nice.”<br/></li> <li>“You’re going out? In this?”<br/></li> <li>“You can’t go out there, it’s pouring down rain!”<br/></li> <li>“I like the rain and all, but being stuck inside is so boring.”<br/></li> <li>“The day would be a lot less boring if you learned how to sit still.”<br/></li> <li>“I cannot believe we’re stuck in this!”<br/></li> <li>“Maybe we should find somewhere to take cover until it stops.”<br/></li> <li>“Does it ever stop raining here?”<br/></li> <li>“Oh no! The rain ruined our picnic.”<br/></li> <li>“Want to go for a walk in the rain?”<br/></li> <li>“Can I have a blanket?”<br/></li> <li>“Sorry to intrude. This rain came out of nowhere.”<br/></li> <li>“Look at the sky! The lightning is insane.”<br/></li> <li>“It’s getting pretty intense out there.”<br/></li> <li>“A rainy day, warm blankets, a cup of tea, and a book to tie it all together.”<br/></li> <li>“Let’s go for a walk in the rain.”<br/></li> <li>“Here, this should warm you up.”<br/></li> <li>“Come in here before you catch a cold.”<br/></li> <li>“Ugh, that’s just a silly old wives’ tale.”<br/></li> <li>“I pity the poor souls caught out in this.”<br/></li> <li>“Aren’t there any books to read?”<br/></li> <li>“Rains smells so different in the city.”<br/></li> <li>“The rain smells better in the countryside.”<br/></li> <li>“Nothing like the sound of rain to go with a good book.”<br/></li> <li>“Careful, the tea is still hot.”<br/></li> <li>-draws on the fogged up windows-<br/></li> <li>-Flips loudly through book-</li> <li>-sighs- “It’s so cozy in here.”</li> </ul></blockquote>: Rainy Day Sentence Starters <p><a href="http://ohnoarno.tumblr.com/post/166059190317/its-been-raining-for-days-looks-like-the" class="tumblr_blog">ohnoarno</a>:</p><blockquote><ul><li>“It’s been raining for days.”<br/></li> <li>“Looks like the rainy season is finally here.”<br/></li> <li>“Shall I put on a pot of tea?”<br/></li> <li>“Turn up the heat/put another log on the fire, the rain brought a chill.”<br/></li> <li>“Close the window, you’ll ruin the flooring!”<br/></li> <li>“You’re sopping wet.”<br/></li> <li>“What on earth were you doing out there?”<br/></li> <li>“Fine, you can come in, but take off your shoes.”<br/></li> <li>“I don’t need you tracking mud everywhere.”<br/></li> <li>“The sound of rain is so nice.”<br/></li> <li>“You’re going out? In this?”<br/></li> <li>“You can’t go out there, it’s pouring down rain!”<br/></li> <li>“I like the rain and all, but being stuck inside is so boring.”<br/></li> <li>“The day would be a lot less boring if you learned how to sit still.”<br/></li> <li>“I cannot believe we’re stuck in this!”<br/></li> <li>“Maybe we should find somewhere to take cover until it stops.”<br/></li> <li>“Does it ever stop raining here?”<br/></li> <li>“Oh no! The rain ruined our picnic.”<br/></li> <li>“Want to go for a walk in the rain?”<br/></li> <li>“Can I have a blanket?”<br/></li> <li>“Sorry to intrude. This rain came out of nowhere.”<br/></li> <li>“Look at the sky! The lightning is insane.”<br/></li> <li>“It’s getting pretty intense out there.”<br/></li> <li>“A rainy day, warm blankets, a cup of tea, and a book to tie it all together.”<br/></li> <li>“Let’s go for a walk in the rain.”<br/></li> <li>“Here, this should warm you up.”<br/></li> <li>“Come in here before you catch a cold.”<br/></li> <li>“Ugh, that’s just a silly old wives’ tale.”<br/></li> <li>“I pity the poor souls caught out in this.”<br/></li> <li>“Aren’t there any books to read?”<br/></li> <li>“Rains smells so different in the city.”<br/></li> <li>“The rain smells better in the countryside.”<br/></li> <li>“Nothing like the sound of rain to go with a good book.”<br/></li> <li>“Careful, the tea is still hot.”<br/></li> <li>-draws on the fogged up windows-<br/></li> <li>-Flips loudly through book-</li> <li>-sighs- “It’s so cozy in here.”</li> </ul></blockquote>
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<p><a href="http://ohnoarno.tumblr.com/post/166059190317/its-been-raining-for-days-looks-like-the" class="tumblr_blog">ohnoarno</a>:</p><blockquote><ul><li>“It’s been raining for days.”<br/></li> <li>“Looks like the rainy season is finally here.”<br/></li> <li>“Shall I put on a pot of tea?”<br/></li> <li>“Turn up the heat/put another log on the fire, the rain brought a chill.”<br/></li> <li>“Close the window, you’ll ruin the flooring!”<br/></li> <li>“You’re sopping wet.”<br/></li> <li>“What on earth were you doing out there?”<br/></li> <li>“Fine, you can come in, but take off your shoes.”<br/></li> <li>“I don’t need you tracking mud everywhere.”<br/></li> <li>“The sound of rain is so nice.”<br/></li> <li>“You’re going out? In this?”<br/></li> <li>“You can’t go out there, it’s pouring down rain!”<br/></li> <li>“I like the rain and all, but being stuck inside is so boring.”<br/></li> <li>“The day would be a lot less boring if you learned how to sit still.”<br/></li> <li>“I cannot believe we’re stuck in this!”<br/></li> <li>“Maybe we should find somewhere to take cover until it stops.”<br/></li> <li>“Does it ever stop raining here?”<br/></li> <li>“Oh no! The rain ruined our picnic.”<br/></li> <li>“Want to go for a walk in the rain?”<br/></li> <li>“Can I have a blanket?”<br/></li> <li>“Sorry to intrude. This rain came out of nowhere.”<br/></li> <li>“Look at the sky! The lightning is insane.”<br/></li> <li>“It’s getting pretty intense out there.”<br/></li> <li>“A rainy day, warm blankets, a cup of tea, and a book to tie it all together.”<br/></li> <li>“Let’s go for a walk in the rain.”<br/></li> <li>“Here, this should warm you up.”<br/></li> <li>“Come in here before you catch a cold.”<br/></li> <li>“Ugh, that’s just a silly old wives’ tale.”<br/></li> <li>“I pity the poor souls caught out in this.”<br/></li> <li>“Aren’t there any books to read?”<br/></li> <li>“Rains smells so different in the city.”<br/></li> <li>“The rain smells better in the countryside.”<br/></li> <li>“Nothing like the sound of rain to go with a good book.”<br/></li> <li>“Careful, the tea is still hot.”<br/></li> <li>-draws on the fogged up windows-<br/></li> <li>-Flips loudly through book-</li> <li>-sighs- “It’s so cozy in here.”</li> </ul></blockquote>: Rainy Day Sentence Starters <p><a href="http://ohnoarno.tumblr.com/post/166059190317/its-been-raining-for-days-looks-like-the" class="tumblr_blog">ohnoarno</a>:</p><blockquote><ul><li>“It’s been raining for days.”<br/></li> <li>“Looks like the rainy season is finally here.”<br/></li> <li>“Shall I put on a pot of tea?”<br/></li> <li>“Turn up the heat/put another log on the fire, the rain brought a chill.”<br/></li> <li>“Close the window, you’ll ruin the flooring!”<br/></li> <li>“You’re sopping wet.”<br/></li> <li>“What on earth were you doing out there?”<br/></li> <li>“Fine, you can come in, but take off your shoes.”<br/></li> <li>“I don’t need you tracking mud everywhere.”<br/></li> <li>“The sound of rain is so nice.”<br/></li> <li>“You’re going out? In this?”<br/></li> <li>“You can’t go out there, it’s pouring down rain!”<br/></li> <li>“I like the rain and all, but being stuck inside is so boring.”<br/></li> <li>“The day would be a lot less boring if you learned how to sit still.”<br/></li> <li>“I cannot believe we’re stuck in this!”<br/></li> <li>“Maybe we should find somewhere to take cover until it stops.”<br/></li> <li>“Does it ever stop raining here?”<br/></li> <li>“Oh no! The rain ruined our picnic.”<br/></li> <li>“Want to go for a walk in the rain?”<br/></li> <li>“Can I have a blanket?”<br/></li> <li>“Sorry to intrude. This rain came out of nowhere.”<br/></li> <li>“Look at the sky! The lightning is insane.”<br/></li> <li>“It’s getting pretty intense out there.”<br/></li> <li>“A rainy day, warm blankets, a cup of tea, and a book to tie it all together.”<br/></li> <li>“Let’s go for a walk in the rain.”<br/></li> <li>“Here, this should warm you up.”<br/></li> <li>“Come in here before you catch a cold.”<br/></li> <li>“Ugh, that’s just a silly old wives’ tale.”<br/></li> <li>“I pity the poor souls caught out in this.”<br/></li> <li>“Aren’t there any books to read?”<br/></li> <li>“Rains smells so different in the city.”<br/></li> <li>“The rain smells better in the countryside.”<br/></li> <li>“Nothing like the sound of rain to go with a good book.”<br/></li> <li>“Careful, the tea is still hot.”<br/></li> <li>-draws on the fogged up windows-<br/></li> <li>-Flips loudly through book-</li> <li>-sighs- “It’s so cozy in here.”</li> </ul></blockquote>
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So last night we posted an original meme where we crossed-over StarWars & GOTG2. We said, "LUKE...I AM YOUR FATHER!" and the barrage of MEME POLICE TROLLERS who came out were staggering!! 😨😱😔😔 ✒️Dear Obnoxious TROLLERS: We read the SAME ARTICLES YOU GUYS DID about this famous Star Wars misquote, but let's be real... This isn't something YOU DISCOVERED watching the movie so pleeeease STOP ACTING like you UNEARTHED this profound revelation. Fact is... it worked with the format of the meme! There have been countless misquotes that have become pop-culture cliché. Hell...Even @HAMILLHIMSELF recently said, "LUKE I AM YOUR FATHER" in a recent IG POST! So please...Next time you wanna ruin a good meme with negativity and skepticism, do it on your own page and stop raining on everyone else's Party 😘 Shout out to these accounts for not going along with the TROLLS and defending this meme 💯 🍕@some.random.username______ 🍔@the_selchies_photography 🍟@_because_im_batman_ yondu trolls starwars lukeskywalker gotg2 nebula babygroot starlord ego gamora darthvader: WE POSTED TROLLS BE LIKE tcore. It's No IAm Your Father. And you call yourself Party Nerdz 11h Reply LUKE FATHER. Azack wymer Darth Vader never said "Luke I am your father he said no lam your father sooo ha 12m 1 like Reply nachonens No am your father. 11h Reply dominic morrall "No, I am your father 6h Reply BUT HE exoticshapez It's actually: "No, I am your father AINT like Reply YOUR dipperthehipster Its not luke i am you father, HE MAY BE DADDY YOUR FATHER BOY but no..iam your father IMDb I Am Your Father, and other Top Movie Misquotes 11 May 2009 206 PM, PDTInewsercom ISee recent newser news "Luke, am your father is probably one of the most famous lines SUCKS! in film. Too bad Darth Vader never said it. The Guardian lists the top 10 movie misquotes: "Luke, I am your father from The Empire Strikes Back. Actual quote: No, am your father "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Actual quote: Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? "Do you feel lucky,punk?" from Dirty Harry Actual quote: "You've got to ask yourself one question: Dolfeel So last night we posted an original meme where we crossed-over StarWars & GOTG2. We said, "LUKE...I AM YOUR FATHER!" and the barrage of MEME POLICE TROLLERS who came out were staggering!! 😨😱😔😔 ✒️Dear Obnoxious TROLLERS: We read the SAME ARTICLES YOU GUYS DID about this famous Star Wars misquote, but let's be real... This isn't something YOU DISCOVERED watching the movie so pleeeease STOP ACTING like you UNEARTHED this profound revelation. Fact is... it worked with the format of the meme! There have been countless misquotes that have become pop-culture cliché. Hell...Even @HAMILLHIMSELF recently said, "LUKE I AM YOUR FATHER" in a recent IG POST! So please...Next time you wanna ruin a good meme with negativity and skepticism, do it on your own page and stop raining on everyone else's Party 😘 Shout out to these accounts for not going along with the TROLLS and defending this meme 💯 🍕@some.random.username______ 🍔@the_selchies_photography 🍟@_because_im_batman_ yondu trolls starwars lukeskywalker gotg2 nebula babygroot starlord ego gamora darthvader

So last night we posted an original meme where we crossed-over StarWars & GOTG2. We said, "LUKE...I AM YOUR FATHER!" and the barrage of M...

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