Score
Title
1937
Curling: The Untold Story - Welcome to the 2018 Olympics megathread!
21407
Reddit, what video games have you soft-locked (a savestate in video games where you are placed in an inescapable situation, preventing progress forward in the game, and also preventing backtracking, leaving you stuck in a particular position with no hopes of escaping)?
48223
What is the most interesting documentary you've ever watched?
2428
What’s the most predictable Reddit comment you can think of?
6828
What’s the worst thing you’ve heard a speaker at a wedding say?
651
How would you react if prostitution became legal in America?
465
Men of Reddit, what clothing item looks good on almost every woman?
919
Babysitters of Reddit, what’s the worst or scariest experience you’ve had while taking care of someone’s kids?
1828
[Serious] What are your tips for losing weight easily?
4012
What is one smell that reminds you of your childhood?
1227
What is the saddest episode of any tv show that you’ve ever seen?
408
What needs to be said on Reddit that nobody wants to acknowledge?
248
What was your high school's tragedy?
478
What do you miss most about the early 2000's?
1852
What are some first-aid tricks we should all know?
748
What socially acceptable question is really not okay to ask?
203
What seemingly harmless, every day occurrence, stresses you out?
2380
What did you do that got you suspended from school?
122
[Serious] How do you actually meet new people and make meaningful connections over the age of 20?
123
What product would become disgusting if you add "chunky" in front of it?
1092
Teachers of Reddit, what’s the cringiest thing you’ve seen students do?
492
If you were under interrogation after being given a truth serum, what question would you fervently hope your interrogators didn't ask?
64
What would you want in a $10,000 toilet?
36
What small accomplishment are you proudest of?
53
What are the best examples of a person (real or fictional) starting out bad and becoming good?
5350
What is a common "fact" that you know is bullshit?
266
What is the most unpleasant feeling?
39
Dude, what's something that's, like, actually really weird when you think about it, man?
252
Casino employees of Reddit, what is the worst attempt at cheating you've ever witnessed?
26
[Serious] People who support gun control and people who don't, what can we agree on?
19
Besides Smartphones, what technologies from 2018 would look like science fiction to people from 1960?
45
What all fucking pissed you off today?
22
What should we all do for the better tomorrow?
24
What’s an old website that most people would be surprised to know still exists?
19
Those who know someone who was murdered, what happened?
6458
What r/Askreddit questions need to be retired?
1014
Reddit, what are some reasons to live?
24
What's more honest, Shakira's hips or people who like big butts?
27
What's a funny one-liner that's frequently applicable in everyday conversations?
24767
When is the most inappropriate time to open and eat a bag of chips?
521
Reddit, what personal projects are you working on?
1548 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.
5202 Mon_kee1 Not admitting to being wrong, or to lying.
743 crustdrunk Saying "I'm the kind of person who just can't -do- drama" And then proceeding to make drama in every single situation
7061 Kymer72 Cutting in line.
13908 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.
489 [deleted] Can't seem to treat people who are different to them as people with all the same concerns and stress they have
2256 chrisms150 Throwing garbage into parking lots / side of roads..
3002 Thatonedude25 Not being able to accept the consequences for their actions
8903 nigeldog Blaming their mistakes on other people.
628 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.
5729 smoked_alpaca Pouting in a highly visible way because you didn't get what you wanted, or someone hasn't treated you right.
5991 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.
2413 Mr_Abe_Froman Taking criticism as an insult.
2054 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.
2577 oliveinthishouse Sulking on someone else's big day (birthday/wedding etc)
3482 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!"
7337 [deleted] [deleted]
1828 Ike_Snopes Whining
2820 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
1548 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.
5197 0 Mon_kee1 Not admitting to being wrong, or to lying.
736 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
7066 0 Kymer72 Cutting in line.
13921 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.
487 0 [deleted] Can't seem to treat people who are different to them as people with all the same concerns and stress they have
2254 0 chrisms150 Throwing garbage into parking lots / side of roads..
2999 0 Thatonedude25 Not being able to accept the consequences for their actions
8908 0 nigeldog Blaming their mistakes on other people.
624 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.
5735 0 smoked_alpaca Pouting in a highly visible way because you didn't get what you wanted, or someone hasn't treated you right.
5988 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.
2048 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.
2577 0 oliveinthishouse Sulking on someone else's big day (birthday/wedding etc)
3475 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!"
7343 0 [deleted] [deleted]
1834 0 Ike_Snopes Whining
2809 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