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23424
Redditors who have had major health issues - what small symptom should you have looked into earlier?
4872
What video game actually gave you a sense of pride and accomplishment?
1078
What moment in your life did you think to yourself, “Yeah, this person isn’t my friend anymore.”?
483
Reddit, what app these days is actually worth downloading and using?
475
Redditors, what smell instantly makes you happy?
33598
Schizophrenics of Reddit; What is the scariest hallucination (visually or audibly) that you have ever experienced?
200
What was the biggest backfiring of a plan in history?
196
What non-standard house feature is a must have for your dream house?
3199
What tv show do you always end up going back to regardless of how many times you’ve seen it ?
1466
Has anyone used AirBnB to stay in a house they used to live in, and how weird was it?
3220
What true fact sounds completely unrealistic?
161
Factory workers of Reddit, what is the craziest thing you've witnessed on the job?
975
Married people of Reddit, what's the thing that made you think "that's it, I'm marrying you"?
100
Who is the most famous person you have ever met?
94
Fathers, what are some dumb things you have done while your wife was pregnant?
1076
Redditors who were leashed as children, how are you doing now?
608
If the devil only punishes the bad and the wicked, why isn't he considered the good guy?
60
What dumb scam did you actually fall for?
10517
Socially adept people of Reddit, What are some mistakes you see socially awkward people making?
4415
What are the superpowers that people think its good to have but are actually fucked up?
192
What is a habbit you kept from growing up poor?
39
What are your thoughts on yourself?
13250
How do you flirt?
573
The last thing you purchased falls from the sky for 24 hours. What is it?
38312
[Serious] What is the most disrespectful thing a guest ever did in your home?
1179
Have you ever felt lost in your early 20s? How did you overcome it?
42
What’s the worst case of “I think I’m better than you as a person” you’ve witnessed?
47
Cops of Reddit, have you ever taken great satisfaction in arresting a person? If so, what had they done?
47
Which company would be the hardest to complety boycott?
48
What is a lesson that your parents didn't teach you but you will teach your kids?
29
Guys of Reddit: What is something you don't think enough women realize about being a dude?
38
NSFW What is the most NSFW thing to happen at your place at work?
90
If you could have humanity focus on one megaproject for the next 10 years then what would it be, why, and what are the costs/benefits?
35
Who are some modern musical geniuses today?
46
Do you ever talk to yourself, inside your head and/or verbally? If so, at what time do you find yourself talking to yourself the most?
38
Redditors who love history, what overlooked periods, eras, and societies should we all learn more about?
20
What's a country you absolutely never want to visit?
18
[Serious] What are some of the biggest mistakes people can make in their 20s?
28
Parents of drug addicts, where do you think it all went wrong?
425
Teachers of Reddit- who’s the craziest parent you’ve ever encountered?
2391 moeilijk_ouwe Saw a post on legaladvice from a guy asking for help because he just found a tape recorder with a tape in it of his dad raping him as a little boy, with his mother in the room letting it happen.
3183 NotManicJustHappy It was the ~~r/relationships~~ r/relationship_advice post where the guys wife killed their kids after he broke up with her. Fucking tragic. Edit: thanks to u/madscientoast for the links >Here are some links >https://www.reddit.com/r/relationship_advice/comments/5eez5c/update_lessons_and_how_you_can_help_re_the_case/ >https://www.reddit.com/r/news/comments/5er4he/court_docs_mom_killed_her_2_young_children_so/ >https://www.reddit.com/r/TrueCrimeDiscussion/comments/5f7yfg/redditor_seeks_help_with_crumbling_marriage/
1224 scott60561 Child pornography in WTF. Not sure if the guy was stupid, but wanted to show what he found so he posted a gif of it on the page for all to see. And at no point was it obvious what it was until it was clicked on, as the title and preview image gave no clue.
582 friend_chips Wasn't on Reddit exactly, but in the /r/trees chat room. Somebody posted a link that said, "just picked up" or something along those lines. Clicked and a new tab opened with a young child's head blown apart and a father sobbing over the top of the child. That shit doesn't leave a person.
3113 mati_12170 The women giving birth in the middle of a street in China that was on /r/WTF yesterday.
182 thrustimus A few months ago a close friend of my wife and i was killed in a car accident. A few days after i stumbled across a video of the accident on reddit. So, accidentally seeing my friends death on reddit.
523 IlikeFOODmeLikeFOOD There was a post on r/Cringeanarchy that showed a collection of pedophilic Youtube comments on a 8 year old female gymnast's Youtube video. It really got under my skin, and made me want to punch someone. There are too many creeps out there.
14742 not_a_robot1 There was an ask reddit at some point in which people were asked to recount stories where they killed someone else legally (ie not in war). There was one kid (I feel like he was a teenager) who was babysitting his under ten year old sister who heard a weird noise late at night, and just to be safe hid in the closet with a baseball bat. Turns out someone WAS in the house, and that person eventually crept into his room with a big knife, with the teenager in the closet. So the teenager sees this guy sneaking towards his bed and leaps out of the closet and brains him with the bat and beats him to death. Cops show up and determine the guy just wanted to kill someone. It was something out of a horror movie. I couldn’t believe shit like that happened in real life. EDIT: Cleaned up a sentence to make it clearer. EDIT 2: Holy shit this blew up, let me see if I can find a link EDIT 3: **LINK** https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/3wbiny/serious_redditors_who_have_lawfully_killed/cxv56ex/ Props to u/SpyrOwned for finding it! EDIT 4: I get it, I used ie wrong. I'm leaving it as a warning to all who come after me.
2270 cheecheyed A guy on /r/historyporn submitted a picture of a mortally wounded combatant. Everything about him looked fine until you got to his head. His entire face was ripped off but his eyes were still in place and part of his scalp. It was all completely unexpected, stuff that graphic is never posted there. I've seen stuff more graphic than that on Reddit but that picture didn't even have a NSFW tag. Edit: Guess I was duped, a lot of people are saying its fake.
4710 IxuntouchblexI Someone posted the green text on the 4chan subreddit... The user said that "she struggled so damn hard" or something along those lines. Then posted pictures of a dead body. The girl who was murdered has a kid who comes home to find the body. ~~I'm on mobile but I'll try to find the link.~~ edit: Not finding the link. It's already been posted multiple times and it's absolutely fucking horrible.
4862 Porkchop_69 The most fucked up thing I saw was the Dagestan Massacre video. A few Russian conscripts, no older than 23 begging for their lives as Chechen rebels beheaded them. The noise they made as their throats we're slit still haunt me.
1935 Barack-YoMama It was a post on /r/imgoingtohellforthis with two fat people covered in cum having sex while one of them is giving birth to a child
132 rnagikarp A lot of these things are really awful and I know I'd be horrified to see any of these. I remember when I first read about Porsche Girl on here. That messed me up. I remember one story though that made me feel so sad. One user was talking about how he was watching a man sit on a swingset. He thought it was odd that that man was there alone. Suddenly the man collapsed and fell to the ground. OP rushed over and used all his scouts skills to keep this guy alive. From what I remember OP as a child kept the man alive for over 15 minutes or so while paramedics showed up. OP explained everything and they hauled him into the ambulance. OP was catching his breath and letting his adrenaline wear off, feeling proud that he saved a guys life. One of the paramedics grip slipped and the man's head hit the sidewalk and split right open. The whole sitation was awful to envision but the way this guy wrote it was absolutely upsetting and partially rage enducing.
1337 StealthyBomber_ 1. The guy who randomly tries heroin on his way home from work one day and got addicted. He's clean now 2. The guy who's wife was cheating on him with his neighbour, and the husband tried to get a divorce. When he attempted to get full custody she killed both their children so he couldn't have custody. 3. The guy who's son was sexually abusing their dog, and somehow he got accused of it instead. 4. The guy who's gf had died in a car accident and he claimed he was receiving messages from her fb account. I'm pretty sure he was just disassociating from reality and sending himself messages and he just couldn't remember. I can try and find links for any of these if anyone wants to read more about them
963 frenchbritchick Someone telling a 14 year old boy who had been sexually assaulted by a friend to "man up" On an assault-related subreddit no less. Poor boy was looking for help and got that thrown in his face
2546 K12ish Pretty much all of the bad outcomes on r/FiftyFifty are disturbing AF. Someone who gets glass in his eye removed. A dude getting instantly killed by a bull. A policeman who bleeds to death.
3626 seieibob There was a guy who asked for divorce advice on /r/legaladvice. He started the process and the wife killed herself and their kids. Edit: I had some facts wrong. The mother is still alive, and the subreddit was /r/relationship_advice.
7722 adamxftl The recent post on r/fiftyfifty where the link was either a girl with a "perfect ass" or a dog picking up a live, lit firework with his mouth. I didn't get to see the perfect ass but I did get put in a really bad mood for a while
3117 pemboo The AskReddit rapist thread
330 hufflepoofs There was a thread on r/relationships I think that a guy posted about how his wife or girlfriend was being really weird to him and he wasn't sure what to do. It turned out he was taking the wrong kind of medication or something and it made him perceive that his gf/wife was acting crazy, but really he was the one acting crazy all along and he had absolutely no idea. Reading the first post from his perspective you would have absolutely no idea that was the case. It wasn't really "fucked up", but it's probably the first time on Reddit I really sat and thought about something I read on here for a long time after I had saw it.
2388 0 moeilijk_ouwe Saw a post on legaladvice from a guy asking for help because he just found a tape recorder with a tape in it of his dad raping him as a little boy, with his mother in the room letting it happen.
3181 0 NotManicJustHappy It was the ~~r/relationships~~ r/relationship_advice post where the guys wife killed their kids after he broke up with her. Fucking tragic. Edit: thanks to u/madscientoast for the links >Here are some links >https://www.reddit.com/r/relationship_advice/comments/5eez5c/update_lessons_and_how_you_can_help_re_the_case/ >https://www.reddit.com/r/news/comments/5er4he/court_docs_mom_killed_her_2_young_children_so/ >https://www.reddit.com/r/TrueCrimeDiscussion/comments/5f7yfg/redditor_seeks_help_with_crumbling_marriage/
1224 0 scott60561 Child pornography in WTF. Not sure if the guy was stupid, but wanted to show what he found so he posted a gif of it on the page for all to see. And at no point was it obvious what it was until it was clicked on, as the title and preview image gave no clue.
578 0 friend_chips Wasn't on Reddit exactly, but in the /r/trees chat room. Somebody posted a link that said, "just picked up" or something along those lines. Clicked and a new tab opened with a young child's head blown apart and a father sobbing over the top of the child. That shit doesn't leave a person.
3118 0 mati_12170 The women giving birth in the middle of a street in China that was on /r/WTF yesterday.
180 0 thrustimus A few months ago a close friend of my wife and i was killed in a car accident. A few days after i stumbled across a video of the accident on reddit. So, accidentally seeing my friends death on reddit.
521 0 IlikeFOODmeLikeFOOD There was a post on r/Cringeanarchy that showed a collection of pedophilic Youtube comments on a 8 year old female gymnast's Youtube video. It really got under my skin, and made me want to punch someone. There are too many creeps out there.
14739 0 not_a_robot1 There was an ask reddit at some point in which people were asked to recount stories where they killed someone else legally (ie not in war). There was one kid (I feel like he was a teenager) who was babysitting his under ten year old sister who heard a weird noise late at night, and just to be safe hid in the closet with a baseball bat. Turns out someone WAS in the house, and that person eventually crept into his room with a big knife, with the teenager in the closet. So the teenager sees this guy sneaking towards his bed and leaps out of the closet and brains him with the bat and beats him to death. Cops show up and determine the guy just wanted to kill someone. It was something out of a horror movie. I couldn’t believe shit like that happened in real life. EDIT: Cleaned up a sentence to make it clearer. EDIT 2: Holy shit this blew up, let me see if I can find a link EDIT 3: **LINK** https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/3wbiny/serious_redditors_who_have_lawfully_killed/cxv56ex/ Props to u/SpyrOwned for finding it! EDIT 4: I get it, I used ie wrong. I'm leaving it as a warning to all who come after me.
2266 0 cheecheyed A guy on /r/historyporn submitted a picture of a mortally wounded combatant. Everything about him looked fine until you got to his head. His entire face was ripped off but his eyes were still in place and part of his scalp. It was all completely unexpected, stuff that graphic is never posted there. I've seen stuff more graphic than that on Reddit but that picture didn't even have a NSFW tag. Edit: Guess I was duped, a lot of people are saying its fake.
4713 0 IxuntouchblexI Someone posted the green text on the 4chan subreddit... The user said that "she struggled so damn hard" or something along those lines. Then posted pictures of a dead body. The girl who was murdered has a kid who comes home to find the body. ~~I'm on mobile but I'll try to find the link.~~ edit: Not finding the link. It's already been posted multiple times and it's absolutely fucking horrible.
4856 0 Porkchop_69 The most fucked up thing I saw was the Dagestan Massacre video. A few Russian conscripts, no older than 23 begging for their lives as Chechen rebels beheaded them. The noise they made as their throats we're slit still haunt me.
1933 0 Barack-YoMama It was a post on /r/imgoingtohellforthis with two fat people covered in cum having sex while one of them is giving birth to a child
134 0 rnagikarp A lot of these things are really awful and I know I'd be horrified to see any of these. I remember when I first read about Porsche Girl on here. That messed me up. I remember one story though that made me feel so sad. One user was talking about how he was watching a man sit on a swingset. He thought it was odd that that man was there alone. Suddenly the man collapsed and fell to the ground. OP rushed over and used all his scouts skills to keep this guy alive. From what I remember OP as a child kept the man alive for over 15 minutes or so while paramedics showed up. OP explained everything and they hauled him into the ambulance. OP was catching his breath and letting his adrenaline wear off, feeling proud that he saved a guys life. One of the paramedics grip slipped and the man's head hit the sidewalk and split right open. The whole sitation was awful to envision but the way this guy wrote it was absolutely upsetting and partially rage enducing.
1342 0 StealthyBomber_ 1. The guy who randomly tries heroin on his way home from work one day and got addicted. He's clean now 2. The guy who's wife was cheating on him with his neighbour, and the husband tried to get a divorce. When he attempted to get full custody she killed both their children so he couldn't have custody. 3. The guy who's son was sexually abusing their dog, and somehow he got accused of it instead. 4. The guy who's gf had died in a car accident and he claimed he was receiving messages from her fb account. I'm pretty sure he was just disassociating from reality and sending himself messages and he just couldn't remember. I can try and find links for any of these if anyone wants to read more about them
956 0 frenchbritchick Someone telling a 14 year old boy who had been sexually assaulted by a friend to "man up" On an assault-related subreddit no less. Poor boy was looking for help and got that thrown in his face
2547 0 K12ish Pretty much all of the bad outcomes on r/FiftyFifty are disturbing AF. Someone who gets glass in his eye removed. A dude getting instantly killed by a bull. A policeman who bleeds to death.
3632 0 seieibob There was a guy who asked for divorce advice on /r/legaladvice. He started the process and the wife killed herself and their kids. Edit: I had some facts wrong. The mother is still alive, and the subreddit was /r/relationship_advice.
7726 0 adamxftl The recent post on r/fiftyfifty where the link was either a girl with a "perfect ass" or a dog picking up a live, lit firework with his mouth. I didn't get to see the perfect ass but I did get put in a really bad mood for a while
3111 0 pemboo The AskReddit rapist thread
333 0 hufflepoofs There was a thread on r/relationships I think that a guy posted about how his wife or girlfriend was being really weird to him and he wasn't sure what to do. It turned out he was taking the wrong kind of medication or something and it made him perceive that his gf/wife was acting crazy, but really he was the one acting crazy all along and he had absolutely no idea. Reading the first post from his perspective you would have absolutely no idea that was the case. It wasn't really "fucked up", but it's probably the first time on Reddit I really sat and thought about something I read on here for a long time after I had saw it.