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1891
Curling: The Untold Story - Welcome to the 2018 Olympics megathread!
41217
What is the most interesting documentary you've ever watched?
1320
Reddit, what video games have you soft-locked (a savestate in video games where you are placed in an inescapable situation, preventing progress forward in the game, and also preventing backtracking, leaving you stuck in a particular position with no hopes of escaping)?
2661
What’s the worst thing you’ve heard a speaker at a wedding say?
2553
What is one smell that reminds you of your childhood?
522
How could you upset the largest group of people with the fewest number of words?
1258
What did you do that got you suspended from school?
662
What are some first-aid tricks we should all know?
335
[Serious] What are your tips for losing weight easily?
181
What’s the most predictable Reddit comment you can think of?
4893
What is a common "fact" that you know is bullshit?
169
What is the saddest episode of any tv show that you’ve ever seen?
6086
What r/Askreddit questions need to be retired?
24478
When is the most inappropriate time to open and eat a bag of chips?
289
Teachers of Reddit, what’s the cringiest thing you’ve seen students do?
78
What's a type of argument/logical fallacy on the internet that you're tired of seeing?
784
Reddit, what are some reasons to live?
2170
[Serious]People who are against marijuana legalization, why?
79
What's the greatest moment in sports history?
1869
Teachers of Reddit, have you ever looked up any of your students on social media to see what they’re saying about you? If so, what have you found?
408
Reddit, what personal projects are you working on?
134
If you were under interrogation after being given a truth serum, what question would you fervently hope your interrogators didn't ask?
89
What socially acceptable question is really not okay to ask?
108
What is the most unpleasant feeling?
3029
What is something you’ve found a better use for, other than its intended purpose?
10524
What's something you're proud of that you can't normally talk about?
88
Casino employees of Reddit, what is the worst attempt at cheating you've ever witnessed?
302
What makes a physically unattractive person seem more attractive?
31
What do you miss most about the early 2000's?
1167
What is your favorite movie scene of all time?
26
What's the best boardless, cardless game?
31
Babysitters of Reddit, what’s the worst or scariest experience you’ve had while taking care of someone’s kids?
142
What have you experienced that you still cannot explain?
55
If you had to be trapped in a TV show for a month, which would you choose?
41
What crime would you commit if you knew you could get away with it?
3030
Suddenly you become both immortal and unimaginably wealthy. What do you do?
29
What's your favorite music video?
65
If you could see one band or musician, alive or dead, perform one last time, who would it be?
89
Other than China, what other countries have a real chance at becoming a superpower before the turn of the century?
55
Dear Redditors around the world, besides Nazis and Hitler, what comes to your mind when you think of Germany?
194
What video game scared the living shit out of you?
3508 Senior0422 Back in the early 70's, I lived on a tropical Island. I was about 10. The island was about 1/2 mile wide and 3 miles long (Kwajalein). No TV. Very few cars (my dad on a bike cracked me up). Food was shipped in (literally... it came on a ship), so there wasn't much fresh food. You got used to canned food, condensed milk, etc. Native food was fresh though... coconuts you could get right from the tree (if you were willing to climb it), breadfruit, etc. It was a US trust territory and a missile launch site. About once a month they tested a rocket launch, and everybody had to be ready to save all breakables because the island would shake so bad from the liftoff. China, cups, saucers... anything on a shelf could crash to the floor. Mostly the missiles were interceptor missiles, so fast was key. I saw a rocket go from launch straight up until it was out of sight in about 5 seconds. Scary fast.
2614 [deleted] Our scout troop volunteered to clean up Alcatraz for a weekend. In return, we got a VIP behind the scenes tour of Alcatraz at night. Got to walk on the catwalks, and went on the roof of the prison. The best part was we got to spend the night in the isolation ward. My buddy and I asked the park ranger which cell was Al Capone's. I have slept in the same prison cell as Al Capone.
3782 CrazyKZG I've traveled more miles in an elevator than most people. For 12 years I worked on 110th floor of 2WTC. That's nearly a mile per day of elevator ride.
1740 LiftsFrontWheel Wore an EOD (bomb tech) suit. Shit has air conditioning in it!
2925 CRAZYhunteeerr Been to japan to represent australia in a hockey tournament
6304 vhantas Ended up having my first seizure in sophomore year of high school and pissed myself at a desk, was reading Julius Caesar, became Julius Seizure.
506 JustShutUpPlease Been on submarine under ice.
886 AStrangerWCandy Lived for 12 months at the geographic south pole.
2632 Bootz_Tootz Let someone into my lane during rush hour
335 cainey Delayed a flight for two hours due to insulin shock. That was fun.
873 Back2Bach Played the magnificent organ at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Paris. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notre-Dame_de_Paris#/media/File:Organ_of_Notre-Dame_de_Paris.jpg
733 melting_angel Private chopper ride over the Himalayas for free. Flew in a chopper (alone + pilot) from (almost) Everest Base camp to Kathmandu. I got altitude sickness and had to be airlifted, fortunately/unfortunately I got better as soon as we touched down at Lukla. Edit - chopper, not chopped
299 Ihavesomanyyo I tandem peed with a girl where she sat on the toilet with her legs spread, and I sort of sat on her lap and put my dick between her legs to pee at the same time. We just wanted to see if we could. I met the girl when I was finishing up hiking the entire Appalachian Trail, actually, but I'm less proud of that.
785 projectionist981 I attended a state dinner as the guest of a U.S. ambassador. It sounds fancy, but it was really just a 4th of July cookout at the U.S. embassy in Malawi and every U.S. citizen in the country had an open invitation to attend. It was nice to eat a real hamburger though.
662 Bullydog88 Opened the door for the Dali Lama and shook his hand . I was a paramedic at Chicago's Art Institute and there was a religious conference in one of the halls . I just happened to walk up to the East entrance when he pulled up with his entourage . I opened the door , he stopped and shook my hand . I'm 100% atheist , but you could feel his presence . That was about 25/26 years ago .
1421 CJ090 Jerked off hundreds of feet under water.
1300 mikhailnikolaievitch There's a mural of famous artists born in Bronzeville and the largest figure on the mural is R. Kelly. I pissed all over him, and if I'm the only one then it's my life's greatest achievement.
118 dis_ABLED Became a double amputee.
614 unicraven Hopped on a freight train across the USA.
453 baldjugglingogre Rappelled down an elevator shaft.
3514 0 Senior0422 Back in the early 70's, I lived on a tropical Island. I was about 10. The island was about 1/2 mile wide and 3 miles long (Kwajalein). No TV. Very few cars (my dad on a bike cracked me up). Food was shipped in (literally... it came on a ship), so there wasn't much fresh food. You got used to canned food, condensed milk, etc. Native food was fresh though... coconuts you could get right from the tree (if you were willing to climb it), breadfruit, etc. It was a US trust territory and a missile launch site. About once a month they tested a rocket launch, and everybody had to be ready to save all breakables because the island would shake so bad from the liftoff. China, cups, saucers... anything on a shelf could crash to the floor. Mostly the missiles were interceptor missiles, so fast was key. I saw a rocket go from launch straight up until it was out of sight in about 5 seconds. Scary fast.
2623 0 [deleted] Our scout troop volunteered to clean up Alcatraz for a weekend. In return, we got a VIP behind the scenes tour of Alcatraz at night. Got to walk on the catwalks, and went on the roof of the prison. The best part was we got to spend the night in the isolation ward. My buddy and I asked the park ranger which cell was Al Capone's. I have slept in the same prison cell as Al Capone.
3788 0 CrazyKZG I've traveled more miles in an elevator than most people. For 12 years I worked on 110th floor of 2WTC. That's nearly a mile per day of elevator ride.
1738 0 LiftsFrontWheel Wore an EOD (bomb tech) suit. Shit has air conditioning in it!
2924 0 CRAZYhunteeerr Been to japan to represent australia in a hockey tournament
6298 0 vhantas Ended up having my first seizure in sophomore year of high school and pissed myself at a desk, was reading Julius Caesar, became Julius Seizure.
511 0 JustShutUpPlease Been on submarine under ice.
884 0 AStrangerWCandy Lived for 12 months at the geographic south pole.
2627 0 Bootz_Tootz Let someone into my lane during rush hour
337 0 cainey Delayed a flight for two hours due to insulin shock. That was fun.
875 0 Back2Bach Played the magnificent organ at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Paris. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notre-Dame_de_Paris#/media/File:Organ_of_Notre-Dame_de_Paris.jpg
732 0 melting_angel Private chopper ride over the Himalayas for free. Flew in a chopper (alone + pilot) from (almost) Everest Base camp to Kathmandu. I got altitude sickness and had to be airlifted, fortunately/unfortunately I got better as soon as we touched down at Lukla. Edit - chopper, not chopped
305 0 Ihavesomanyyo I tandem peed with a girl where she sat on the toilet with her legs spread, and I sort of sat on her lap and put my dick between her legs to pee at the same time. We just wanted to see if we could. I met the girl when I was finishing up hiking the entire Appalachian Trail, actually, but I'm less proud of that.
778 0 projectionist981 I attended a state dinner as the guest of a U.S. ambassador. It sounds fancy, but it was really just a 4th of July cookout at the U.S. embassy in Malawi and every U.S. citizen in the country had an open invitation to attend. It was nice to eat a real hamburger though.
655 0 Bullydog88 Opened the door for the Dali Lama and shook his hand . I was a paramedic at Chicago's Art Institute and there was a religious conference in one of the halls . I just happened to walk up to the East entrance when he pulled up with his entourage . I opened the door , he stopped and shook my hand . I'm 100% atheist , but you could feel his presence . That was about 25/26 years ago .
1419 0 CJ090 Jerked off hundreds of feet under water.
1303 0 mikhailnikolaievitch There's a mural of famous artists born in Bronzeville and the largest figure on the mural is R. Kelly. I pissed all over him, and if I'm the only one then it's my life's greatest achievement.
121 0 dis_ABLED Became a double amputee.
617 0 unicraven Hopped on a freight train across the USA.
455 0 baldjugglingogre Rappelled down an elevator shaft.