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Doctors of Reddit, what was your dumbest r/Iamverysmart patient experience?
2999
What’s something wrong you saw your parents doing as a kid, but didn’t realize it was wrong until you got older?
2627
What common practice has no actual purpose?
2334
What are the best songs if you replace the word “love” with “dick”?
13748
What has someone done to you to make you never trust them again?
958
What screams, “I’m uneducated!”?
1844
Redditors around the globe, what misconception do people have about your country?
1235
What achievement do you want humanity to achieve before you die?
535
What’s the most spooky fact you know?
282
If Half of Blink 182 is Wink 91, what would the Half Name be of other stuff ?
454
People who have lived under military dictatorships, how did you cope?
279
What are your go-to lines of dirty talk in the bedroom?
306
If life was a video game, what would the dlc be?
211
Redditors who have been involved with cooking competition shows like Chopped, what are some interesting behind the scenes secrets?
171
What still has a stigma surrounding it but shouldn't?
110
[Serious] People who are dating/are married to someone with a mental illness, how do you manage and what do you wish more people knew?
211
What seemingly unimportant occupation would cause mayhem if the workers went on strike?
252
How were you introduced to reddit?
189
The ultimate speed date. You have ONE question to give you an idea of what that person is like. What would YOU ASK?
52
What would the benefits be of living in a post apocalyptic world?
101
What are rich people forms of entertainment?
2405
What is the best case of a movie being better than the book?
50
What is one thing everyone can do to improve themselves?
37
What's the cutest story you know of how a couple got together?
946
What's your favourite dinosaur and why?
51
What needs to make a comeback?
46
You have 1 text message to send to everyone in the world who owns a cell phone. Your goal is to cause as much chaos as possible. Whot does your text message say?
30
Computer experts of Reddit, what's the biggest sign you have a virus which hasn't been picked up by your anti-virus software?
4282
Twins of Reddit, what's the craziest experience of "Twin Telepathy" you and your twin have had?
24485
What legal thing would you ban if you could?
185
Why did you choose your hobby?
27
People that have used sex to move up in a company. What did you do? How far did it get you?Was it worth it?
34
What's the worse thing about having boobs?
51
What are some ways a college student can save money?
179
For people with anxiety or depression, what’s an inexpensive hobby to distract yourself with?
649
What's a meme song you actually started to like?
81
[Serious] Would you date a disabled person? What kinds of disabilities are fine vs no-gos?
63
What’s something people don’t worry about but really should?
98
If a camera crew followed you around for a day making a short documentary about your life, what would it look like?
24
Drive-thru workers of reddit, what's the most disgusting/shocking thing you've seen in someone's car?
1639 BeastModePwn My boyfriend thought it was clever when I asked what the right word was for "an angry parade". ....a protest.
762 Prolixo I forgot the name of a peeler and tried, "vegetable sharpener".
683 Trason8 My little brother who was around 6 at the time really wanted popcorn, and he asked if he could have some of the "boom puffs."
4527 Shell058 My mom referred to Guitar Hero as "Carpet Banjo" one time. Me and my friends still call it that.
1825 wtfhannahey My ex and I were hanging out one day trying to figure out what we wanted to do. I suggested maybe a walk in the park, a trip to the zoo, etc. when all of a sudden his face lit up and he gleefully asked "WHAT ABOUT THE AQUA MUSEUM?!" It took me a good few seconds to realize he meant the "aquarium".
1761 Pepsistopheles At Target, I asked for "a can of bug-murder". I forgot "insecticide" or even "bug spray". The dude took it in stride, didn't flinch.
4392 SuperBrentendo64 Couldn't remember groomsmen, went with dudesmaids instead.
7826 sharmalarm Friend is Norwegian. She couldn't remember the English word for "monkey." Apparently the direct translation of monkey in Norwegian is "ape-cat." Edit: We were watching Harry Potter the other day. Dumbledore is "Bumbletwist." Another favorite is "Grass Dude," or pineapple.
4800 nitnitwickywicky I recently struggled to think of the word ‘Oval’, so instead landed on “the circle rectangle”.
15018 starshock990 To this day most of my family refers to a strainer/colander as a "noodle stay, water go" because my older brother called it that once when he couldn't find it and needed to ask where it was.
6722 cthlpls My girlfriend was frustrated because she couldn't find her shoehorn, and then said loudly "WHERE IS THE BOOT SPOON"
7777 recordskip She said "bumper number" instead of license plate ... which I kind of like better honestly.
7285 breakingbadforlife i once called the Navy "the aqua army"
18828 Khoasama A polish exchange student was thirsty after a nightout and didn't know what to say. He pointed to his mouth and said Sahara.
2911 dphung Stuck in traffic. SO called to ask how it was. I said it was ass to mouth over here. I couldn’t remember the phrase “bumper to bumper”.
13752 Knerdian I once had to listen to my mother tell a 10 minute story about all the honkers she saw at the park. Geese. She meant geese.
5967 the_slippery_shoe This came to my mind when I read a post on Reddit where a girl called a feather a "bird leaf".
8994 MetalHead310 Back in 90s I was 14 and begging my mom to let me go to a Guns n Roses concert.. I kept nagging until she got frustrated but couldnt remember the band name and said: "I'M NOT LETTING YOU GO TO ANY DAMN DEATH AND FLOWERS CONCERT" I couldnt stop laughing
11649 allibys I once forgot the word for "letters" and asked my coworker how many alphabet numbers a word had.
9200 whatisfishbeef I know a german who learned english in wales, its the most amazing cluster fuck of accents. Anyway, a dog ran off with his gloves and he chased after it shouting, 'come back with my hand shoes!'
2843 fatbabyotters_ Breakfast soup. (The word he was looking for was cereal.)
13843 NiteliteBunnyFrite Sausage tweezers My husband wanted me to pass him the cooking tongs
9740 BucKramer Didn't know what to call people from Japan as a kid so I decided on "Japanicans"
10046 ZXander_makes_noise My dad let me watch him work on things in the garage when I was little. He thought it was hilarious that I called sparks "fire crumbs" Edit: when my brother was little, we were watching some medical show, and he forgot the term for eye sockets. Instead, he called them "eye ditches"
12312 HungryParr0t My friend couldn't remember the word "cow" for some reason, so she googled "moo beast" to remember. Edit: Jesus Christ! I had no idea this would get this much attention. Thanks for the gold took random stranger!
3713 Cheapdime I once worked with a German guy who asked me what the English word for 'a snail without a house on his back'. Took me a while to work out he meant a slug. German for slug translates to naked snail.
12196 SneakNSnore Called a labcoat a Science Vest
1645 0 BeastModePwn My boyfriend thought it was clever when I asked what the right word was for "an angry parade". ....a protest.
757 0 Prolixo I forgot the name of a peeler and tried, "vegetable sharpener".
686 0 Trason8 My little brother who was around 6 at the time really wanted popcorn, and he asked if he could have some of the "boom puffs."
4529 0 Shell058 My mom referred to Guitar Hero as "Carpet Banjo" one time. Me and my friends still call it that.
1829 0 wtfhannahey My ex and I were hanging out one day trying to figure out what we wanted to do. I suggested maybe a walk in the park, a trip to the zoo, etc. when all of a sudden his face lit up and he gleefully asked "WHAT ABOUT THE AQUA MUSEUM?!" It took me a good few seconds to realize he meant the "aquarium".
1757 0 Pepsistopheles At Target, I asked for "a can of bug-murder". I forgot "insecticide" or even "bug spray". The dude took it in stride, didn't flinch.
4391 0 SuperBrentendo64 Couldn't remember groomsmen, went with dudesmaids instead.
7834 0 sharmalarm Friend is Norwegian. She couldn't remember the English word for "monkey." Apparently the direct translation of monkey in Norwegian is "ape-cat." Edit: We were watching Harry Potter the other day. Dumbledore is "Bumbletwist." Another favorite is "Grass Dude," or pineapple.
4803 0 nitnitwickywicky I recently struggled to think of the word ‘Oval’, so instead landed on “the circle rectangle”.
15016 0 starshock990 To this day most of my family refers to a strainer/colander as a "noodle stay, water go" because my older brother called it that once when he couldn't find it and needed to ask where it was.
6726 0 cthlpls My girlfriend was frustrated because she couldn't find her shoehorn, and then said loudly "WHERE IS THE BOOT SPOON"
7776 0 recordskip She said "bumper number" instead of license plate ... which I kind of like better honestly.
7286 0 breakingbadforlife i once called the Navy "the aqua army"
18833 0 Khoasama A polish exchange student was thirsty after a nightout and didn't know what to say. He pointed to his mouth and said Sahara.
2910 0 dphung Stuck in traffic. SO called to ask how it was. I said it was ass to mouth over here. I couldn’t remember the phrase “bumper to bumper”.
13760 0 Knerdian I once had to listen to my mother tell a 10 minute story about all the honkers she saw at the park. Geese. She meant geese.
5969 0 the_slippery_shoe This came to my mind when I read a post on Reddit where a girl called a feather a "bird leaf".
8990 0 MetalHead310 Back in 90s I was 14 and begging my mom to let me go to a Guns n Roses concert.. I kept nagging until she got frustrated but couldnt remember the band name and said: "I'M NOT LETTING YOU GO TO ANY DAMN DEATH AND FLOWERS CONCERT" I couldnt stop laughing
11648 0 allibys I once forgot the word for "letters" and asked my coworker how many alphabet numbers a word had.
9199 0 whatisfishbeef I know a german who learned english in wales, its the most amazing cluster fuck of accents. Anyway, a dog ran off with his gloves and he chased after it shouting, 'come back with my hand shoes!'
2838 0 fatbabyotters_ Breakfast soup. (The word he was looking for was cereal.)
13843 0 NiteliteBunnyFrite Sausage tweezers My husband wanted me to pass him the cooking tongs
9737 0 BucKramer Didn't know what to call people from Japan as a kid so I decided on "Japanicans"
10038 0 ZXander_makes_noise My dad let me watch him work on things in the garage when I was little. He thought it was hilarious that I called sparks "fire crumbs" Edit: when my brother was little, we were watching some medical show, and he forgot the term for eye sockets. Instead, he called them "eye ditches"
12318 0 HungryParr0t My friend couldn't remember the word "cow" for some reason, so she googled "moo beast" to remember. Edit: Jesus Christ! I had no idea this would get this much attention. Thanks for the gold took random stranger!
3715 0 Cheapdime I once worked with a German guy who asked me what the English word for 'a snail without a house on his back'. Took me a while to work out he meant a slug. German for slug translates to naked snail.
12187 0 SneakNSnore Called a labcoat a Science Vest