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Also by helloimkatie+87Let's walk through a hypothetical. A world in which parents, when they had children, lied to them about a made-up person who would occasionally visit their house. The parents use this lie to make their children do what they tell them to do, as well as to make them prepare the house for this mysterious and made-up guest and bake and leave out sweets or presents for this made-up guests, which the parents would take for themselves. They get their children excited about this fake person they will never see, and make them believe that he buys things for them when he indeed does not. Amirite?
Also by helloimkatie+28If a short person asks a tall person to help them reaching something that's too high up, it's polite to help them. But if a tall person drops something on the floor and doesn't want to bend down so far, asking a short person to help is considered rude. Amirite?