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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?
574 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.
451 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 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
171 DarrenEdwards [roadside attractions](http://www.roadsideamerica.com/) Check some of these off in your area or on a trip.
638 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 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.
1299 RuthlessGravy Geocaches are real life Easter-eggs. Fun to hunt down, rewarding to find, and entertaining to participate in.
491 k9moonmoon Houston used to have a random button in the park. http://imgur.com/a/H4Wr9 No idea if it's still available.
442 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. :)
316 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.
584 SarahTonein When you get a "where's george" dollar bill and you look online to see it's journey to your wallet.
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178 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
300 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.
326 dildokTheUnpleasant [brick in the pub wall inception](https://youtu.be/R1H9bli79to)
568 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.
449 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
176 0 DarrenEdwards [roadside attractions](http://www.roadsideamerica.com/) Check some of these off in your area or on a trip.
643 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.
148 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.
1305 0 RuthlessGravy Geocaches are real life Easter-eggs. Fun to hunt down, rewarding to find, and entertaining to participate in.
484 0 k9moonmoon Houston used to have a random button in the park. http://imgur.com/a/H4Wr9 No idea if it's still available.
435 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. :)
310 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.
592 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 [deleted] [deleted]
180 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
298 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.
323 0 dildokTheUnpleasant [brick in the pub wall inception](https://youtu.be/R1H9bli79to)