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Title
19278
What is your celebrity apocalypse dream team?
3762
Reddit, what are you doing to improve the quality of your life?
1801
What actors or actresses can’t play a different character because they played their most famous character too well?
24428
NSFW What's the most NSFW thing you've experienced in a professional situation?
1030
What movie have you seen over 10 times?
5398
Which celebrity is generally accepted as being extremely attractive but you just can't see it?
505
[Serious] Outdoor enthusiasts of Reddit, what is the creepiest experience you hand had in the great outdoors, paranormal or not?
1141
What's your best example of 'he had it coming'?
770
what's the worst thing you've heard someone say about the deceased at their funeral?
2820
What's something you are very proud of but you can't speak of to any of your friends and family?
216
What's your, 'Oh no I wasn't supposed to send that' story?
738
What is something that reddit hates, but isn't actually bad?
441
Gamers of Reddit, what are you looking forward to in 2018?
26
NSFW What is the most NSFW thing you have witnessed at a party?
361
Recycling workers of Reddit - What do people do thinking that they're helping, but they're really not?
29
What's the scariest situation you've been in?
220
What is popular in Europe that you think most Americans havent heard of?
94
What are you supposed to know by now, but still don't?
38
[Serious] When you are having a bad day, what is something you do to pick yourself back up to keep on keeping on?
20
What's your favorite piece of music trivia?
489
What's a food you just won't eat?
70
What are the best " character figuring something out" scenes in film/TV?
841
Reddit, what is your go to insult?
40
Battle Royal in Home Depot. You and 9 other people. What's your weapon of choice?
22
What's a videogame you want to play that doesn't exist?
277
Reddit, what is the cleverest/ most creative insult you've ever heard?
733
In what hobby is the difference between a beginner and an expert the most obvious?
48
You're skateboarding to school in an 80's movie. What song is playing?
47
What are you not supposed to say, even when it's true?
12
If you had the power to pick the next leader of your country, who would you choose?
19
Which fictional character do we most need right now?
9
Redditors over 27, with all the nostalgia, what's something popular from the 90's that shouldn't be brought back?
27
Weird kids of reddit, when did you realize you were the weird kid?
16
Reddit let's all humblebrag for a moment, what was one act of kindness you showed to a stranger?
23
What is a popular movie that everyone has seen but you haven't?
3847
Pawn shop salesmen, what is the strangest thing a person has tried to pawn at your shop?
2827
What is the most heartbreaking thing your child has told you?
84
If you could give up your life so that one person would never have died, who would you give it up for?
7
You are really good at your job but at the same time you hate it. What does this mean to you?
9
If movie directors covered films like musicians cover songs, which film cover would you most like to see?
568 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.
447 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
574 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
170 DarrenEdwards [roadside attractions](http://www.roadsideamerica.com/) Check some of these off in your area or on a trip.
636 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.
149 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.
1298 RuthlessGravy Geocaches are real life Easter-eggs. Fun to hunt down, rewarding to find, and entertaining to participate in.
483 k9moonmoon Houston used to have a random button in the park. http://imgur.com/a/H4Wr9 No idea if it's still available.
438 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. :)
311 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.
1510 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.
588 SarahTonein When you get a "where's george" dollar bill and you look online to see it's journey to your wallet.
92 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
177 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 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)
567 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.
446 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
576 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.
636 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.
146 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.
1296 0 RuthlessGravy Geocaches are real life Easter-eggs. Fun to hunt down, rewarding to find, and entertaining to participate in.
492 0 k9moonmoon Houston used to have a random button in the park. http://imgur.com/a/H4Wr9 No idea if it's still available.
440 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. :)
307 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.
1507 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.
90 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
175 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
302 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.
324 0 dildokTheUnpleasant [brick in the pub wall inception](https://youtu.be/R1H9bli79to)