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Title
6076
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ASKREDDIT!!
17665
What is a very minor thing you do in secret, but people might look at your differently if they found out?
2726
What is the scariest, most terrifying thing that actually exists?
1692
What has become normalised that you cannot believe?
2821
What's the dumbest thing someone tried to brag about?
4490
What show or movie do you hate that you haven't actually seen?
1477
What was there a black market for at your school that wasn't drugs?
1506
What song do you fucking despise?
2525
What’s the most interesting documentary you’ve ever watched?
12373
Besides Applebees, what is the worst restaurant experience you've ever had?
1209
If you found out you were not human, but actually an ultra-realistic android programmed to think you were real, what clue should have given it away all along?
780
Which city are you reading this from, and what does the next hour of your life look like?
387
What is the lyric that resonates with you greatly?
181
Reddstrodamus: what predictions do you have for this year?
125
[Serious] Have you ever thought about killing yourself and if so, why?
104
When is bigger NOT better?
500
If you were forced to time travel to the Middle Ages and could bring only ONE contemporary item with you, which one would you pick to max out your odds to live a long and prosperous life?
123
What are you 100% sure on nobody in this thread knows?
725
What would have been a really awkward moment 1000 years ago that we don't experience?
65
What name would you never give your child?
104
Like diamonds, what has been artificially overpriced beyond its actual value?
121
Men of Reddit, what is the worst thing a male friend has done to a woman and did you speak up about it?
72
People who have donated sperm or eggs and met their child, what was the experience like? [serious]
66
People who have been hypnotized, what was it like?
393
Mentally ill people of reddit, what is an “easy” thing that takes a lot of energy for you to do?
51
What was the first thing you did/purchased that made you realize "oh my god... I'm an adult now"?
57
What Simpsons quote best describes your love life?
33
What's one immoral and/or illegal thing that if you could get away with it you would definitely do?
63
What sex related thing about yourself you are ashamed to admit non-anonymously?
27
What fact blows your mind every time you hear it?
26
What 80s rock song would make the best movie?
36
Medical Professionals, what are some things people do that they don't realize is harmful?
1417
Imagine you die in real life only to wake up and find out it was all a simulation that lasted about 5 seconds. You are reborn with the knowledge that you now possess, What would you do differently in your "second life"?
6193
What restaurant have you sworn to never return to and why?
2088
When you first started using reddit, what did you not understand/find weird, but you get it now?
26
You suddenly have to say your thoughts out loud for one hour- based on where you are, how screwed are you?
95
What are some Red Flags at a job interview?
26
What “old person” things do you do?
24
What is your biggest motivation killer?
39
What is the most insulting combination of normal words?
24
What movie/game/show had an ending that made you think "....that's it?"
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