These Are the Unwritten Rules in Life You Should Be Following

What are some unwritten rules everyone should follow? A few good ones we've seen are: "If you borrow someone's car, put gas in it" . . . "If you finish a roll of toilet paper, replace it" . . . and "Don't leave shopping carts in the middle of an aisle."

1. Don't ask for something if the person has only one of them left. Like gum.

2. If you finish a roll of toilet paper, you have to put a new roll on.

3. If you borrow someone's car, put some gas in it before you bring it back.

4. Don't play music out loud when you're in public. That's what headphones are for.

5. Chew with your mouth closed.


6. Don't start drama at a funeral.

7. If you're borrowing something for a third time, buy one of your own.

8. If someone shows you a photo on their phone, don't swipe left or right to look at other photos, because there might be something R-rated.

9. Let people get off an elevator or train before you get on.

10. Don't leave your shopping cart in the middle of the aisle. 

More from Reddit and Buzzfeed has a really good list of the best pieces.


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