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1665
Curling: The Untold Story - Welcome to the 2018 Olympics megathread!
8044
What's something you regretted buying as soon as you walked out of the store?
22324
What is the smartest thing you've ever done?
9294
What are tech myths you can’t believe people still believe in?
2434
What's the happiest fact you know?
5747
What do you wish was more socially acceptable?
682
What items would you leave in a hotel room if your goal was to totally confuse the staff?
19135
American gun owners of Reddit who have moved to a country with strict gun-control, what has this been like, what are the differences?
649
[Serious] What is a physical qualification or skill that a young (18-25) person could work on during their free time that could set them up for success?
6906
People who found the reddit account of people they know in real life, what's the weirdest/most shocking thing you found in their profile?
325
What's something that someone said that made you instantly hate them?
2915
What’s a tiny thing that makes you happy?
338
What movie is, for you, basically a 10 out of 10?
2056
What video game was an absolute masterpiece?
960
What subreddits are absolute rabbit holes of entertainment, time-wasting, or serious information?
197
What is the worst part about long hair?
1290
What's the oldest thing you own?
294
What’s the best highdea you’ve ever had?
125
You have 30$ left for a month worth of food, what would you buy?
344
What made you stop liking one of your past crushes?
95
People who married into families that didn’t like them, what ended up happening?
94
What song seemed upbeat and cheerful at first, but later made you think, "wait, what?" when you listened carefully to (or looked up) the lyrics?
194
What's a good hobby to get into if you're in your 20s?
588
What turned out to be more expensive than you thought?
37112
What is the dumbest thing you’ve ever done for absolutely no reason?
70
What's legal, but morally wrong?
175
What song do you know word for word?
38
What mild curse would you punish your worst enemy with?
46
If Homo sapiens are the dominant species of the planet, which species is runner-up?
220
People who realized you were a toxic person, how did you realize and how did you improve your behavior?
63
Dreamers of Reddit, what was your weirdest dream?
27
What’s a good tip for self defense?
77
Black History Month is ending soon. Who are some lesser known black heroes that people should remember?
181
What scam did you fall for?
34
What is the Best movie you have ever seen?
77
What is something you think about every day, but would never tell anyone you know?
25
You're at a speed dating event where you can only ask each person one question to get to know them, what do you ask?
19
What weird food combinations do you really enjoy?
4748
What type of flirting from the opposite sex make you cringe?
50
What was the worst physical pain you've ever felt?
25
What slang term do you hate the most?
336 Trimem The guy that gets covered in toxic waste in Robocop then Boddicker drives into him and he just explodes into a thin, fleshy paste.
166 BearTheBoroBlower When Nicky(Joe Pesci) gets whacked in Casino.
568 Racist_Cannibal The curb stomp scene from American History X. One of the few death scenes that have been burnt into my mind.
145 steveje I remember being horrified as a kid at the scene in Alien Resurrection when the hybrid alien gets sucked through the tiny hole.
146 PureFingClass The dogs in the pen in John Carpenter's The Thing. Poor little guys didn't have a chance.
204 llcucf80 Schindler's List, when the guy was shooting at people off his balcony. Creepy.
356 NTDinh Oberyn Martell
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108 stabsthedrama Saving Private Ryan when Pvt Mellish was stabbed towards the end during hand to hand combat. I recently watched it again, which I do every few years, but this time I realized just how fucking brutal, realistic, and terrible that scene was. ugh....
154 Robbiev427 Possibly the opening death scene in Jaws. I've seen the movie several times but watched it for the first time on BluRay and then again recently in 4K. Pretty gruesome and you can hear the panic in the girl's breathing and her yelling "It hurts, it hurts!"
56 Clypsedra Not terrifying now, but I was terrified as a kid watching Raider of the Lost Ark where those guys had their [faces melt off](https://i.ytimg.com/vi/n2ZpsbGr7s8/hqdefault.jpg)
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133 Horaciow14 When Todd killed Andrea in Breaking Bad. Fuck you Todd.
45 cyberrich The scene from one of the saw series where the cop was crushed to death between the walls that were moving in because he didn't trust the guy enough to get in the capsule to save his life. Because I have severe panic attacks and rooms can be cathedral size, yet still close in around me. It's fucking scary and real
48 Reign_of_Kronos **Silent Hill** - When pyramid head rips the skin off that girl and throws it at the church. That scene is badass.
307 FurbyOnSteroid Probably not the most terrifying but the one that I keep remembering in the weirdest situations.. Zara from Jurassic World. It was horrible for a person that did (almost) nothing wrong and therefore shouldn't suffer so much... She was on the phone while she was supposed to watch for those (stupid) kids.. she was planning her wedding god dammit..
47 Southern_Biscuit One that always made me a bit queasy is from the first season of Netflix's Daredevil. When the Kingpin beheads the Russian brother by repeatedly closing the car door on his neck.
168 Caldwing How has nobody mentioned the bottle scene from Pan's Labyrinth? I have seen that movie exactly once and will never see it again because of that scene. The murderer does at least get an extremely poetic punishment.
263 0 justSomeGuy0nReddit [Bone tomahawk](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tqc52AgmXco)
337 0 Trimem The guy that gets covered in toxic waste in Robocop then Boddicker drives into him and he just explodes into a thin, fleshy paste.
170 0 BearTheBoroBlower When Nicky(Joe Pesci) gets whacked in Casino.
579 0 Racist_Cannibal The curb stomp scene from American History X. One of the few death scenes that have been burnt into my mind.
145 0 steveje I remember being horrified as a kid at the scene in Alien Resurrection when the hybrid alien gets sucked through the tiny hole.
148 0 PureFingClass The dogs in the pen in John Carpenter's The Thing. Poor little guys didn't have a chance.
203 0 llcucf80 Schindler's List, when the guy was shooting at people off his balcony. Creepy.
355 0 NTDinh Oberyn Martell
57 0 [deleted] [deleted]
112 0 stabsthedrama Saving Private Ryan when Pvt Mellish was stabbed towards the end during hand to hand combat. I recently watched it again, which I do every few years, but this time I realized just how fucking brutal, realistic, and terrible that scene was. ugh....
154 0 Robbiev427 Possibly the opening death scene in Jaws. I've seen the movie several times but watched it for the first time on BluRay and then again recently in 4K. Pretty gruesome and you can hear the panic in the girl's breathing and her yelling "It hurts, it hurts!"
53 0 Clypsedra Not terrifying now, but I was terrified as a kid watching Raider of the Lost Ark where those guys had their [faces melt off](https://i.ytimg.com/vi/n2ZpsbGr7s8/hqdefault.jpg)
105 0 [deleted] [deleted]
132 0 Horaciow14 When Todd killed Andrea in Breaking Bad. Fuck you Todd.
44 0 cyberrich The scene from one of the saw series where the cop was crushed to death between the walls that were moving in because he didn't trust the guy enough to get in the capsule to save his life. Because I have severe panic attacks and rooms can be cathedral size, yet still close in around me. It's fucking scary and real
49 0 Reign_of_Kronos **Silent Hill** - When pyramid head rips the skin off that girl and throws it at the church. That scene is badass.
194 0 StevenSanders90210 The Mellish death [scene] (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uW9Q1cm_Tnw&app=desktop) from [Saving Private] (http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0120815/) [Ryan] (https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/assets.jonahryannh.prd/app/uploads/2016/05/JonahCampaignSign.jpg). It's so real and sad.
310 0 FurbyOnSteroid Probably not the most terrifying but the one that I keep remembering in the weirdest situations.. Zara from Jurassic World. It was horrible for a person that did (almost) nothing wrong and therefore shouldn't suffer so much... She was on the phone while she was supposed to watch for those (stupid) kids.. she was planning her wedding god dammit..
43 0 Southern_Biscuit One that always made me a bit queasy is from the first season of Netflix's Daredevil. When the Kingpin beheads the Russian brother by repeatedly closing the car door on his neck.
173 0 Caldwing How has nobody mentioned the bottle scene from Pan's Labyrinth? I have seen that movie exactly once and will never see it again because of that scene. The murderer does at least get an extremely poetic punishment.