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AskReddit is looking for new moderators!
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Announcing a very special contest...
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Guys of Reddit, what instantly makes you lose respect for other men?
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Teachers of Reddit: What project has a student completed that was so far beyond the scope of the assignment that you just had to give them 100 for the amount of effort put in?
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What is a logical fallacy that people often think is a valid argument?
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What are the tips, tricks, and hidden secrets of Reddit?
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What's a oddly specific thing that gives your life meaning?
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What is the funniest movie you have ever watched?
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What important life lessons have you learned from breakups?
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What's something you should absolutely not DIY and instead, leave to the professionals?
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What is the worst advice you can give to a high school student?
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If Ikea made sex toys, what kind of names would they have?
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What's the best/scariest/most interesting 'internet rabbithole' you have found?
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What TV series is worth a watch or a rewatch?
185
What do you really need to get off your chest right now?
278
What is the most messed up thing you have done in a video game?
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[Serious] Redditors who got a divorce after 20+ years of marriage: What was the difference between the reason for your divorce and all the problems you overcame as a couple?
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[Serious] How has bullying affected your life?
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Hey redditors who are 30+, what is one advice you would like to give to the people entering their 20s?
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Parents of Reddit, what has been more challenging than you thought it would be here in raising your children?
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(Serious) What are some good resources for people battling depression, but dont have the money to necessarily pay to see a counseler?
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When taking a piss in a urinal with someone else in the bathroom, is it OK to fart?
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What are some deeply unsettling facts?
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In the format of Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, what is the last movie you watched?
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What do you do when you're broke, depressed and alone?
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Redditors who work nights, what's something that people who work days will never quite understand about the graveyard shift?
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In a world full of shitty mobile games, what are some that are actually worth playing?
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What movie did you watch obsessively as a child?
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Calm people of Reddit, how do you let things roll off your back and not affect you?
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What is the best 'So bad it's good' movie you've ever seen?
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Look around you. Just look around you. What's something nice that's nearby?
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What's the best documentary you've ever seen, and why?
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Reddit, what movie got your profession right?
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What “Snake Oil” actually works?
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What is something you can't believe exists in 2017?
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What piece of Reddit history do new Redditors really need to know about?
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How do you look out for someone grieving a lost loved one?
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If animals could talk, which would be the rudest?
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When was the exact moment you realized not everyone was raised as well as you?
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What are you unusually bad at?
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[Serious] Teachers of Reddit, Do you ever think of one particular student and where they ended up?
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What's Your First World Problem?
1535 DarthWriter Throwing tantrums in stores. The only difference is that the adults tend to just yell and swear at retail workers just doing their jobs.
5193 Mon_kee1 Not admitting to being wrong, or to lying.
734 crustdrunk Saying "I'm the kind of person who just can't -do- drama" And then proceeding to make drama in every single situation
7056 Kymer72 Cutting in line.
13911 heylook_itsnick The all too familiar “if I complain loud enough, the manager will Have to give me what I want.” Childish retail customers are the absolute worst.
2252 chrisms150 Throwing garbage into parking lots / side of roads..
483 [deleted] Can't seem to treat people who are different to them as people with all the same concerns and stress they have
2997 Thatonedude25 Not being able to accept the consequences for their actions
8902 nigeldog Blaming their mistakes on other people.
625 TheRealGunn Being totally unwilling to admit fault. It's expected (shitty) behavior for kids, if you're a grown ass man and can't admit when you're wrong, just know that literally everyone thinks you're a cunt.
5730 smoked_alpaca Pouting in a highly visible way because you didn't get what you wanted, or someone hasn't treated you right.
5978 internationalT Workplace bullying Matter of fact, there's a guy at my office who's proud that he's made people cry in the past. Idfk how people like this even get hired.
2407 Mr_Abe_Froman Taking criticism as an insult.
2052 CarbineGuy Some adults literally just never grow out of their attitudes or entitlement. I’m a Valet, and a lot of times I’m running around when I work alone and I’m not near the entrance to my restaurant. Anyway, I’ll have two people come out front while I’m away and I don’t necessarily know who’s first. It doesn’t take me more than maybe 30 seconds to get a car, but if one adult sees another hand me their ticket first, they’ll get visibly upset and start acting like “no, it’s *FINE*, I’ll wait” and it just makes the entire encounter awkward. You’re adults. I’m not around. You guys figure out who’s first, just be nice. It’s not that hard. EDIT: Holy shit, I've never seen so many arm chair valets come out of the wood work on reddit to tell me *"Just ask who's next!"*. **I do.** Not sure how many times I have to say it here. Like I've said, not every adult is paying attention or is completely rational like everyone here. This isn't a common occurrence, but it happens.
2574 oliveinthishouse Sulking on someone else's big day (birthday/wedding etc)
3484 TastesLikeManSpirit Not being able to discard the first piece of information they get if it proves untrue or circumstances change. IE "YOU SAID WE WERE GOING TO DISNEY WORLD TODAY, I DONT CARE THAT AUNTY MARIE DIED AND THE FUNERAL USED UP THE MONEY, YOU SAID WE WERE GOING! YOU SAID YOU SAID YOU SAID!"
7335 sirchuckoftron Impatience. It makes me physically uncomfortable whenever I see an adult lose their mind over trivial shit. Like: -Having to wait more than five minutes for their coffee at Starbucks. There's like 50 people in here and one person making the drinks. Chill out. -Guy threw his fish fillet at the cashier in McDonalds because there was cheese on it. In the time it took you to: storm through the door, analyze the area, acquire a target, and throw your sandwich at them you could've just peeled the fucking cheese off yourself and gone about your day. -Yelled at a waitress for spilling a drink (on the floor). For starters, I doubt the waitress woke up that day hoping to spill a drink just to piss you off. Secondly, it it wasn't like it was spilled on you. Third, it took all of five minutes for them to make you another drink. Fourth, it's not like you were charged for the spilled drink. Again, calm your silly ass down. Sorry for the rant, but this is a real pet peeve of mine. Edit: thanks for the gold stranger!
1825 Ike_Snopes Whining
2814 ducks-everywhere Acting as though the entire world revolves around them. Eg they play their music with the volume at 5000, you politely ask them to turn it down, they throw a fucking hissy fit and say they're an adult and can do whatever they want, trying to pick a fight. Source: have white trash neighbor
1531 0 DarthWriter Throwing tantrums in stores. The only difference is that the adults tend to just yell and swear at retail workers just doing their jobs.
5196 0 Mon_kee1 Not admitting to being wrong, or to lying.
732 0 crustdrunk Saying "I'm the kind of person who just can't -do- drama" And then proceeding to make drama in every single situation
7051 0 Kymer72 Cutting in line.
13908 0 heylook_itsnick The all too familiar “if I complain loud enough, the manager will Have to give me what I want.” Childish retail customers are the absolute worst.
2248 0 chrisms150 Throwing garbage into parking lots / side of roads..
481 0 [deleted] Can't seem to treat people who are different to them as people with all the same concerns and stress they have
2996 0 Thatonedude25 Not being able to accept the consequences for their actions
8900 0 nigeldog Blaming their mistakes on other people.
620 0 TheRealGunn Being totally unwilling to admit fault. It's expected (shitty) behavior for kids, if you're a grown ass man and can't admit when you're wrong, just know that literally everyone thinks you're a cunt.
5730 0 smoked_alpaca Pouting in a highly visible way because you didn't get what you wanted, or someone hasn't treated you right.
5986 0 internationalT Workplace bullying Matter of fact, there's a guy at my office who's proud that he's made people cry in the past. Idfk how people like this even get hired.
2409 0 Mr_Abe_Froman Taking criticism as an insult.
2052 0 CarbineGuy Some adults literally just never grow out of their attitudes or entitlement. I’m a Valet, and a lot of times I’m running around when I work alone and I’m not near the entrance to my restaurant. Anyway, I’ll have two people come out front while I’m away and I don’t necessarily know who’s first. It doesn’t take me more than maybe 30 seconds to get a car, but if one adult sees another hand me their ticket first, they’ll get visibly upset and start acting like “no, it’s *FINE*, I’ll wait” and it just makes the entire encounter awkward. You’re adults. I’m not around. You guys figure out who’s first, just be nice. It’s not that hard. EDIT: Holy shit, I've never seen so many arm chair valets come out of the wood work on reddit to tell me *"Just ask who's next!"*. **I do.** Not sure how many times I have to say it here. Like I've said, not every adult is paying attention or is completely rational like everyone here. This isn't a common occurrence, but it happens.
2579 0 oliveinthishouse Sulking on someone else's big day (birthday/wedding etc)
3481 0 TastesLikeManSpirit Not being able to discard the first piece of information they get if it proves untrue or circumstances change. IE "YOU SAID WE WERE GOING TO DISNEY WORLD TODAY, I DONT CARE THAT AUNTY MARIE DIED AND THE FUNERAL USED UP THE MONEY, YOU SAID WE WERE GOING! YOU SAID YOU SAID YOU SAID!"
7332 0 sirchuckoftron Impatience. It makes me physically uncomfortable whenever I see an adult lose their mind over trivial shit. Like: -Having to wait more than five minutes for their coffee at Starbucks. There's like 50 people in here and one person making the drinks. Chill out. -Guy threw his fish fillet at the cashier in McDonalds because there was cheese on it. In the time it took you to: storm through the door, analyze the area, acquire a target, and throw your sandwich at them you could've just peeled the fucking cheese off yourself and gone about your day. -Yelled at a waitress for spilling a drink (on the floor). For starters, I doubt the waitress woke up that day hoping to spill a drink just to piss you off. Secondly, it it wasn't like it was spilled on you. Third, it took all of five minutes for them to make you another drink. Fourth, it's not like you were charged for the spilled drink. Again, calm your silly ass down. Sorry for the rant, but this is a real pet peeve of mine. Edit: thanks for the gold stranger!
1828 0 Ike_Snopes Whining
2817 0 ducks-everywhere Acting as though the entire world revolves around them. Eg they play their music with the volume at 5000, you politely ask them to turn it down, they throw a fucking hissy fit and say they're an adult and can do whatever they want, trying to pick a fight. Source: have white trash neighbor