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Title
9040
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ASKREDDIT!!
2964
Celebrating Ten Years of r/AskReddit
11946
What is usual in Europe, but unusual in America?
22565
Former cheaters of Reddit how were you caught by your significant other?
1099
What do you add to your Ramen Noodles to enhance its flavor?
9075
If you could get a notification every time someone masturbated to you, would you like to know? Yes, they know you are notified. What other information would you like to receive?
3855
What would you say on your deathbed to confuse everyone?
2220
What's a question you hate being asked?
798
What is a creepiest piece of music that you've ever heard?
6311
Middle school teachers of Reddit, what is the most awkward/cringy thing you've seen a student do?
359
What do you use daily that wasn’t designed for what you use it for?
1855
What is your unusual "special ingredient" to a common dish?
1047
What is the most dangerous encounter you've had with an animal?
861
People who had a low income and then suddenly a very high one, what was the biggest change regarding your lifestyle?
223
What’s the scariest thing that’s happened to you at 3AM?
197
If everyone had a number above their head, what would you want the number to represent?
207
Non-Americans who have been to the US: What is the weirdest thing about America that Americans don't realise is weird?
10600
What is a dead give away that a person is a nice person?
180
What TV series have you rewatched the most?
183
If you were granted a free week with no work, no one bothering you, and given $50,000 to spend, what would you do?
423
What's the latest thing someone said to you that made you say "here we go again" in your head?
57
What are good, thought provoking books?
63
What happened to your middle school crush?
145
Parents of Reddit, what is the strangest thing you didn't realize you would have to childproof?
590
Which country has the coolest flag?
87
For the women of Reddit, what’s something romantic you always wished your SO would do to/with you?
98
What do you do when you hate yourself?
252
You got a cloning machine which can perfectly copy anything but you can use only once. What would you copy?
161
Programmers of Reddit, what clever solution to a problem that you came up with are you most proud of?
46
Female Redditors, what sexual techniques make it obvious that a guy has watched his fair share of porn?
53
Why are you single?
3581
What is the best way to kill time at an airport?
22598
Professionals in any field of work, what’s the most ridiculous thing someone outside of your profession has claimed to know more about than you?
35
What are the worst things about Tinder?
212
If animals could talk, which would be the rudest?
3277
Left handed redditors, what are some pain in the neck things about being left handed that right handers may not know about?
38
Married Redditors who say “don’t get married”, why?
227
What are some things that don't hold up as you get older?
23
What activity is illegal but morally acceptable to you?
29
How did dragons become a thing in most ancient cultures?
60
[Serious] People of reddit who have accidentally killed someone. What happened?
17
What’s the weirdest non-racial stereotype you’ve heard?
1342 OmfgTim Our liver. It trashes almost anything that enters our bodies, making medicinal chem research so difficult. It’s truly a marvel.
3850 PM_me_your_clam_mam How fragile and how robust the human body can be all at the same time. People have survived horrific trauma... getting their face blown off with a shotgun, knife to the brain.... yet at the same time, you bump your head just right and you die instantly.
2026 BullSlinky Our ability to lie to ourselves such that we can alter what we believe to be true.
1644 Sniveling_Cur We went to the fucking Moon.
1838 epicazeroth [Persistence hunting.](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persistence_hunting) Basically, we're really *really* good at endurance running. The theory is that ancient humans would just walk and jog after their prey until it collapsed of exhaustion or died. [Here's a Reddit post](https://www.reddit.com/r/HFY/comments/4akci3/persistence_hunting/) (from r/HFY) on the subject. And it gets better. Basically the only animals that can keep up with us are horses and dogs. Which we domesticated.
574 samantha95 Our ability to heal.
643 shadyinternets we created "this". we are communicating to each other with keyboards we build, connected to computers we built, connected to an internet we built. if that doesnt impress you im not sure what would. and as far as we know we are the only ones to do such things. anywhere. ever. we have found no signs of life outside of earth. at least not yet, im in the camp that believes there are other intelligent beings out there somewhere, but as for now we officially are the only ones. and nothing else on earth has mastered things the way humans have. we are incredibly unique and advanced with what we have accomplished and built for ourselves, far beyond all other known life by a long long ways.
1431 meadow-buttercup We kinda just switch to power-saving mode after like sixteen hours and nobody really knows why.
157 r0separade Our ability to sweat and run longer distances than other animals. Also brain plasticity.
266 greenpineapple Our brains
132 Cgami Our heart beats from before we're born until we die. That's years and years of continuous work without a break. It's amazing anything can work for that long.
789 niktemadur Man can be trained to master incredibly complex and abstract activities and fields of knowledge, such as quantum physics and relativity, paint and sculpt incredibly lifelike works, and sure, why not say the classic example - rocket science (engineering, actually). All this know-how can be passed on and expanded, refined.
109 pjguy2000 Humans are the only animals that have studied and tracked their evolutionary history.
208 Katalystica The incredible capacity for love and kindness. Yes there are awful people, and they're in the news constantly. But think of all the people out there fostering children without a home and without hope in their lives, but these total strangers open up their homes and take them in and care for them. Think of every person who finds abandoned animals on the side of the road and takes them in and loves them for the rest of their lives. Think of every disaster, where hundreds or thousands of strangers come together to do everything they can to help their fellow people. Think of teachers who have no budget and no help spending all of their free time and every penny they have teaching other people's children how to be decent human beings. Think of doctors and nurses who go days without sleep to care for other people. It's wonderful. I love it, humanity is beautiful, and no matter how shitty things may seem, when it comes right down to it, people will always help each other out.
272 discogravy We threw some dudes at the moon, just because we wanted to.
1343 0 OmfgTim Our liver. It trashes almost anything that enters our bodies, making medicinal chem research so difficult. It’s truly a marvel.
3844 0 PM_me_your_clam_mam How fragile and how robust the human body can be all at the same time. People have survived horrific trauma... getting their face blown off with a shotgun, knife to the brain.... yet at the same time, you bump your head just right and you die instantly.
2035 0 BullSlinky Our ability to lie to ourselves such that we can alter what we believe to be true.
1645 0 Sniveling_Cur We went to the fucking Moon.
1837 0 epicazeroth [Persistence hunting.](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persistence_hunting) Basically, we're really *really* good at endurance running. The theory is that ancient humans would just walk and jog after their prey until it collapsed of exhaustion or died. [Here's a Reddit post](https://www.reddit.com/r/HFY/comments/4akci3/persistence_hunting/) (from r/HFY) on the subject. And it gets better. Basically the only animals that can keep up with us are horses and dogs. Which we domesticated.
577 0 samantha95 Our ability to heal.
646 0 shadyinternets we created "this". we are communicating to each other with keyboards we build, connected to computers we built, connected to an internet we built. if that doesnt impress you im not sure what would. and as far as we know we are the only ones to do such things. anywhere. ever. we have found no signs of life outside of earth. at least not yet, im in the camp that believes there are other intelligent beings out there somewhere, but as for now we officially are the only ones. and nothing else on earth has mastered things the way humans have. we are incredibly unique and advanced with what we have accomplished and built for ourselves, far beyond all other known life by a long long ways.
1426 0 meadow-buttercup We kinda just switch to power-saving mode after like sixteen hours and nobody really knows why.
154 0 r0separade Our ability to sweat and run longer distances than other animals. Also brain plasticity.
271 0 greenpineapple Our brains
131 0 Cgami Our heart beats from before we're born until we die. That's years and years of continuous work without a break. It's amazing anything can work for that long.
786 0 niktemadur Man can be trained to master incredibly complex and abstract activities and fields of knowledge, such as quantum physics and relativity, paint and sculpt incredibly lifelike works, and sure, why not say the classic example - rocket science (engineering, actually). All this know-how can be passed on and expanded, refined.
112 0 pjguy2000 Humans are the only animals that have studied and tracked their evolutionary history.
213 0 Katalystica The incredible capacity for love and kindness. Yes there are awful people, and they're in the news constantly. But think of all the people out there fostering children without a home and without hope in their lives, but these total strangers open up their homes and take them in and care for them. Think of every person who finds abandoned animals on the side of the road and takes them in and loves them for the rest of their lives. Think of every disaster, where hundreds or thousands of strangers come together to do everything they can to help their fellow people. Think of teachers who have no budget and no help spending all of their free time and every penny they have teaching other people's children how to be decent human beings. Think of doctors and nurses who go days without sleep to care for other people. It's wonderful. I love it, humanity is beautiful, and no matter how shitty things may seem, when it comes right down to it, people will always help each other out.
273 0 discogravy We threw some dudes at the moon, just because we wanted to.