Score
Title
524
Thanksgiving Megathread 2017
1041
Sexy Thanksgiving Megathread 2017
1428
What is your current obsession?
421
What is an album where EVERY song is good?
512
What do you want your tombstone to say?
36919
If you woke up to find you were still 14 years old, and you had just been dreaming of what adult life might be like, how would you react?
1427
What is the most disturbing book you ever read?
3977
You get to bring back 1 TV show that was cancelled/axed with the same actors that where in it. What do you choose to bring back?
234
Cat owners of reddit, what have you trained your cat(s) to do?
284
Non-Australians of Reddit, what is a question you've always had about Australia that you want an answer to?
3377
What movie plothole bothers you the most?
437
What's your most petty first-world problem?
183
What things do we do today that people 50 or 60 years ago would think is absolutely ridiculous?
130
What Are Your Movie Theater Pro Tips?
475
Yo reddit, what are some signs of a crazy girlfriend/boyfriend?
123
Redittors who just woke up, what happened in your dreams?
141
What’s the strangest thing you’re allergic to?
102
What's the most interesting Wikipedia page you've ever read?
128
What's something you want to like, but for whatever reason, can't?
123
If Harry Potter hadn’t gone to Hogwarts and become a wizard, where do you think he would have ended up working?
549
Police officers, what is the most illegal thing you’ve seen while off duty and how did you react?
309
Men of Reddit, what do you really want for Christmas?
819
Redditers, what's the dumbest thing you've ever done?
85
Reddit what was the dumbest reason you got a detention in school?
49
Lucid dreamers of Reddit, what’s the coolest thing you’ve ever done while dreaming?
65
Whats the worst country you've ever visited and why?
52
Why is your bestfriend, your bestfriend?
4168
What's a videogame YOU want to be made......but realistically, will never Exist?
900
Shopping mall santas of Reddit: What's the most depressing thing a child has ever asked you for?
56
What is a comforting lie you tell yourself?
76
What kind of people can you just not stand?
36
Other than EA, what company do you refuse to buy from on principle, and why?
3768
What intimidates you more than it should?
26011
What is embarrassing to do alone but fun to do in groups?
40
You die and your obituary is your top rated comment, what is it and how weird do you look?
32
Redditors in their 30s and over, what advice do you have for redditors in their 20s?
168
[Serious] To whom do you most owe an apology and why?
41
What will have to happen for you to literally March in the streets?
24
[Serious] People that woke up from a coma, what was it like?
6080
Police officers of Reddit, what's the oddest place you've encountered people you formerly arrested?
2446
What's the weirdest thing to whisper to a stranger in the elevator?
35
What is the creepiest thing someone has ever written to you or someone you know?
571 justpracticing St. Peter's square in Vatican City is paved with thousands of square, black stones, but there's one stone that's painted red to mark the spot where John Paul II got shot. It's pretty tough to find without looking it up.
452 dolph3k Heating water to its triple point (which is a pressure and temperature at which something will melt, freeze, and evaporate at the same time) and watching it freak out as it tries to change each phase at the same time. Triple point video: https://youtu.be/r3zP9Rj7lnc
584 MaesterMagoo We put 27 in the backyard. The kids only found 24, so there are three eggs somewhere. Next year I'm making a map
173 DarrenEdwards [roadside attractions](http://www.roadsideamerica.com/) Check some of these off in your area or on a trip.
633 goddess_of_fear In my state those painted rocks that people hide in public places are pretty popular. I have found 4 so far. Some of them are really painted well.
145 mycookiesrbetter Check out atlasobscura.com There's something neat in your city or nearby that I guarantee you didn't know about even if you've grown up there.
1303 RuthlessGravy Geocaches are real life Easter-eggs. Fun to hunt down, rewarding to find, and entertaining to participate in.
487 k9moonmoon Houston used to have a random button in the park. http://imgur.com/a/H4Wr9 No idea if it's still available.
437 UrbanCoyote Carnival cruise ships have a view deck out front that hardly anybody knows about. It's not hard to get to, but it's pretty darn impossible if you don't know exactly how because the exits to it are well concealed. It's great to be out there when arriving at or leaving a port, since everywhere else is crowded. I've had it all to myself before. :)
309 Jampine That's a cathedral built in Washington DC, built only using medieval methods, but apparently out of all the gargoyles, one is H R gigiers alien, and another is Darth Vader.
1504 TemplarReflex777 If you wake up on easter around 7am, most kids will still be asleep and you can search backyards for the easter eggs their parents hid the night before.
586 SarahTonein When you get a "where's george" dollar bill and you look online to see it's journey to your wallet.
93 BlackPenGuy There's this really cool statue of a golden sphere cracked and broken open with another ball inside it that I saw when I visited Trinity College in Dublin. Years later I had to do a double take when I saw the same exact sculpture at the Vatican Museum in Rome. I looked it up and apparently the same guy constructed that sculpture in different notable locations all over the world. I always thought finding more of them by accident would be cool. The sculpture is called "Sphere within a sphere" if you want to look it up
179 flusteredmanatee In the city of Minneapolis. There are mini "elf" or "mouse" doors hidden around the city. People have met quite a lot of effort to try and find them all, and new ones are still being found. http://www.kare11.com/news/street-artist-places-tiny-doors-around-minneapolis/422621948
298 Dear_Occupant Birds! This is the whole reason bird watching is a hobby. They fly around, you see, and sometimes a really rare or exotic one might end up in your neighborhood. You won't know it unless you study some basic taxonomic ornithology.
327 dildokTheUnpleasant [brick in the pub wall inception](https://youtu.be/R1H9bli79to)
571 0 justpracticing St. Peter's square in Vatican City is paved with thousands of square, black stones, but there's one stone that's painted red to mark the spot where John Paul II got shot. It's pretty tough to find without looking it up.
450 0 dolph3k Heating water to its triple point (which is a pressure and temperature at which something will melt, freeze, and evaporate at the same time) and watching it freak out as it tries to change each phase at the same time. Triple point video: https://youtu.be/r3zP9Rj7lnc
579 0 MaesterMagoo We put 27 in the backyard. The kids only found 24, so there are three eggs somewhere. Next year I'm making a map
169 0 DarrenEdwards [roadside attractions](http://www.roadsideamerica.com/) Check some of these off in your area or on a trip.
635 0 goddess_of_fear In my state those painted rocks that people hide in public places are pretty popular. I have found 4 so far. Some of them are really painted well.
147 0 mycookiesrbetter Check out atlasobscura.com There's something neat in your city or nearby that I guarantee you didn't know about even if you've grown up there.
1301 0 RuthlessGravy Geocaches are real life Easter-eggs. Fun to hunt down, rewarding to find, and entertaining to participate in.
490 0 k9moonmoon Houston used to have a random button in the park. http://imgur.com/a/H4Wr9 No idea if it's still available.
438 0 UrbanCoyote Carnival cruise ships have a view deck out front that hardly anybody knows about. It's not hard to get to, but it's pretty darn impossible if you don't know exactly how because the exits to it are well concealed. It's great to be out there when arriving at or leaving a port, since everywhere else is crowded. I've had it all to myself before. :)
309 0 Jampine That's a cathedral built in Washington DC, built only using medieval methods, but apparently out of all the gargoyles, one is H R gigiers alien, and another is Darth Vader.
1505 0 TemplarReflex777 If you wake up on easter around 7am, most kids will still be asleep and you can search backyards for the easter eggs their parents hid the night before.
586 0 SarahTonein When you get a "where's george" dollar bill and you look online to see it's journey to your wallet.
92 0 BlackPenGuy There's this really cool statue of a golden sphere cracked and broken open with another ball inside it that I saw when I visited Trinity College in Dublin. Years later I had to do a double take when I saw the same exact sculpture at the Vatican Museum in Rome. I looked it up and apparently the same guy constructed that sculpture in different notable locations all over the world. I always thought finding more of them by accident would be cool. The sculpture is called "Sphere within a sphere" if you want to look it up
178 0 flusteredmanatee In the city of Minneapolis. There are mini "elf" or "mouse" doors hidden around the city. People have met quite a lot of effort to try and find them all, and new ones are still being found. http://www.kare11.com/news/street-artist-places-tiny-doors-around-minneapolis/422621948
299 0 Dear_Occupant Birds! This is the whole reason bird watching is a hobby. They fly around, you see, and sometimes a really rare or exotic one might end up in your neighborhood. You won't know it unless you study some basic taxonomic ornithology.
331 0 dildokTheUnpleasant [brick in the pub wall inception](https://youtu.be/R1H9bli79to)