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These stories are dividing the internet. What's your vote?

Hoda & Jenna want to know: Can couples un-invite guests who miss their RSVP deadline? Is it okay to pick items at the back of grocery store shelves? And more. Vote now!

We've all been there: that one topic that has our group chats spending hours debating and our social media feeds fired up. For "The Internet's Divided" segment on Hoda & Jenna, TODAY.com wants to hear your opinion on the latest topics that people can't stop talking about. Catch up on all the latest conundrums below — and cast your vote in our polls now! We'll be sharing the results LIVE on the show.

If your guests miss the wedding RSVP deadline, can you un-invite them?

While some rules, like avoiding wearing white as a guest, go without saying, other wedding guidelines are a bit more ambiguous. Take invitations, for example. When guests are slow to RSVP to an invite, the delay can cause complications for both the couple and their vendors.

So, what’s a busy bride to do? In an X?post, user Chi Chi asked others to weigh in on the etiquette issue:

“So a couple sent out wedding invitations with a RSVP deadline (very reasonable timelines),” she wrote. “Guests who RSVP’d after the date were told RSVP is closed, guests had missed the deadline & as a consequence will miss their wedding. Final numbers had been turned in.”

What's your take? Vote below!

Is this grocery shopping habit a hack, or just plain rude?

Food blogger Ramya Ravuri recently posted an Instagram Reel that caused quite the stir in the comments section. She wrote over the reel "POV: you were raised to grocery shop like this," with video of her at the store grabbing items all the way at back of every shelf. The post sparked debate from grocery store workers who say this makes their jobs harder, as well as shoppers who feel this can lead to food going bad. Others chimed in to agree, arguing that the freshest items are at the back.

What are your thoughts?

The last-name wars

Recently on Reddit, a 39-year-old woman shared that her ex-husband was asking her to change her last name back to her maiden name. The reason? He felt it would be awkward for her and his new fiancé to share the same last name.

What are your thoughts on this one?

Un-peeling an orange on a plane: Totally fine, or inconsiderate to fellow passengers?

A recent post on Reddit has travelers across the internet debating the latest plane etiquette conundrum. The simple question was posted “out of curiosity,” but instantly sparked debate.

Read the original Reddit post here. What do you think?


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