Score
Title
10070
What image or scene from a children's movie/show did you find disturbing?
5520
What's your weirdest quirk that people give you shit for?
2201
What immediately put you off someone you once liked?
30544
Reddit, what is a really inappropriate question you’ve always wanted to ask?
1826
What's your internet "white whale" (something you've seen only once but want to find again)?
668
If diseases had slogans, what would they be?
366
Cruise ship staff of reddit (cleaners in particular), what are some disturbing secrets passengers should know?
348
What Simpsons quote is memorable to you?
876
What lyric will get a song stuck in everyone's head?
160
NSFW Undercover cops of Reddit, what's the most fucked up thing you've experienced while undercover? [NSFW][Serious]
243
[Serious] What are you oddly fascinated with?
214
What unanswered question from a movie bothers you the most?
493
What is the WORST advice you were ever given?
3206
English teachers of Reddit, what sort of strange or awkward personal details have students revealed to you through essays?
15164
Those of you who've actually had sex with a friends mom or dad, how did it go down?
332
What's an upbeat pop song where the lyrics actually tell a not-so-upbeat story?
3852
[Serious] People who ran way from home and never came back, where did you go and how's life now?
43751
What innocent question has someone asked you that secretly crushed you a little inside?
118
What is a song you don’t play at a Funeral?
789
How would you describe some historical events in clickbait form?
907
What's something a teacher did to you as a child that you're still salty about?
435
European members of reddit, what are some sexual normalities in your country? What are some things you wish were/weren't as common in the bedroom?
82
If you could download into your brain **ALL** of the knowledge of just **ONE** subject, what would it be and why?
103
Morning people of Reddit how do you do it?
5419
NSFW If MythBusters had a “Rated-R/NSFW” episode, what would you want them to test? [NSFW]
53
What professions are filled with arrogant people?
35
What is the rudest way someone has ended a relationship with you?
53
Dear reddit, Mattresses can have up to a 900% markup. What else has obscene markups?
647
If you devoted 30 minutes a day to it, what could you accomplish by 2020?
252
Reddits,How do you cope with deep-set existential dread and the realization that everything in your life is ultimately meaningless and temporary?
11990
What company will never see another dime of your money?
77
Reddit, if you had to delete every subreddit besides one, which subreddit would you save?
19
Non-Americans, what American stereotype that wasn’t true shocked you the most?
32
What is the most expensive item you have ever bought and haven't regretted (other than a home or car)? [Serious]
27
People who microwave fish at work, why do you think this is OK?
53
What are you never too old for?
4747
What modern trend do you not understand?
1507
What industry are millennials definitely NOT killing?
26
Why do online job applications make you upload a resume just to type it all out again?
18
Reddit, what are some disgusting habits that you have that you'd only admit anonymously?
2777 LemursInDisguise [The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust](https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuR3CWq59OyrTdWAeVkqH3F6UziQICYeN) by David Bowie.
5667 Maverick_Hunter_V Rumors by Fleetwood Mac. I'm sure it's cliche at this point since it's one of the best selling albums of all time, but it's damn near perfect. There's one song that I occasionally skip, but it's a masterpiece
2012 wave_theory Pink Floyd's DSotM is pretty much the perfect album for listening beginning to end.
6450 OldManSensitive Is This It? - The Strokes. Perfect album for the turn of the century and a great platform for all the rock that came after it
1322 balletcamille "Graceland" by Paul Simon. It's a fun, quirky album with South African influences and seriously good jazz.
771 U_BO Channel Orange by Frank Ocean It feels like summer
1272 brad-corp Interpol - turn on the bright lights ...and you will know us by the trail of dead - source tags and codes Moon official sound track
2384 LoveThatShirt [Songs for the Deaf - Queens of the Stone Age](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fOIRnKrskQ&list=PL8B5337DAEF0D76D3) Also no matter how pissed off I am this calms the down it's miraculous
3650 FeedDaDada Nas's Illmatic deserves all the hype it gets
168 Vegas_paid_off Boston's debut album - Boston
2070 jfloresjr Weezer-Blue Album
435 EmbarrassedBuffalo Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell
455 luccebr Aja - Steely Dan
338 severus_goldstein Wildflowers- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. And the rest of Petty's albums. And few Dire Straits/Knopfler albums minus a song or two.
2125 jcthuk Arctic monkeys- Whatever people say I am thats what I'm not.
538 ItsMitchellCox Pink Floyd- The Wall Kendrick Lamar- good kid, m.A.A.d city Both albums are well told stories that have flow from song to song. When I invest my attention to what is happening in the storyline I thoroughly enjoy the whole album. When albums are put together this it’s similar to watching a movie. You either like the movie or you don’t. Usually you don’t go picking out individual scenes to rewatch even though some scenes are better than others.
1494 notdanecook Definitely Currents by Tame Impala. The whole album is about change and becoming a different person, and every song is incredible in it's own way. Personally, this album helped me accept certain changes in my life that I wasn't ready for at the time. It's just such a work of blissful, psychedelic art.
2774 0 LemursInDisguise [The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust](https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuR3CWq59OyrTdWAeVkqH3F6UziQICYeN) by David Bowie.
5662 0 Maverick_Hunter_V Rumors by Fleetwood Mac. I'm sure it's cliche at this point since it's one of the best selling albums of all time, but it's damn near perfect. There's one song that I occasionally skip, but it's a masterpiece
2016 0 wave_theory Pink Floyd's DSotM is pretty much the perfect album for listening beginning to end.
6448 0 OldManSensitive Is This It? - The Strokes. Perfect album for the turn of the century and a great platform for all the rock that came after it
1326 0 balletcamille "Graceland" by Paul Simon. It's a fun, quirky album with South African influences and seriously good jazz.
776 0 U_BO Channel Orange by Frank Ocean It feels like summer
1271 0 brad-corp Interpol - turn on the bright lights ...and you will know us by the trail of dead - source tags and codes Moon official sound track
2384 0 LoveThatShirt [Songs for the Deaf - Queens of the Stone Age](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fOIRnKrskQ&list=PL8B5337DAEF0D76D3) Also no matter how pissed off I am this calms the down it's miraculous
3651 0 FeedDaDada Nas's Illmatic deserves all the hype it gets
170 0 Vegas_paid_off Boston's debut album - Boston
2067 0 jfloresjr Weezer-Blue Album
438 0 EmbarrassedBuffalo Sufjan Stevens - Carrie & Lowell
453 0 luccebr Aja - Steely Dan
338 0 severus_goldstein Wildflowers- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. And the rest of Petty's albums. And few Dire Straits/Knopfler albums minus a song or two.
2127 0 jcthuk Arctic monkeys- Whatever people say I am thats what I'm not.
533 0 ItsMitchellCox Pink Floyd- The Wall Kendrick Lamar- good kid, m.A.A.d city Both albums are well told stories that have flow from song to song. When I invest my attention to what is happening in the storyline I thoroughly enjoy the whole album. When albums are put together this it’s similar to watching a movie. You either like the movie or you don’t. Usually you don’t go picking out individual scenes to rewatch even though some scenes are better than others.
1499 0 notdanecook Definitely Currents by Tame Impala. The whole album is about change and becoming a different person, and every song is incredible in it's own way. Personally, this album helped me accept certain changes in my life that I wasn't ready for at the time. It's just such a work of blissful, psychedelic art.