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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?
226 d0nt_care_anymore Being OK with what you have. Be it health, money, friends, personal appearance etc you need to be comfortable with it. If you constantly strive for something more you'll never be happy....not to be confused with your drive either. Be driven. Just don't be driven by possessions or the pursuit of wealth.
101 aintnufincleverhere Being in charge of your own life. Powerlessness is a real drain on happiness.
34 trackerFF Purpose and financial stability. Financial instability is a huge stressor and strain on your psyche. I'm not talking about having money for excess luxury, but having enough money to feed yourself, to have roof over your head, and to not get into debt. It's something that's always there, and you can't fully relax. And for many people, everything gets more expensive while their pay stays the same. Imagine having to work 12 hours a day, doing some absolutely miserable job, only to make the ends meet - and then to see that gap widening.
56 price101 The ability to let go of things you can't change.
52 Chunithm-livin I saw a great piece of advice. Have somewhere deep inside you that nobody else can reach. A core of yourself that is unshakeable. People with this always seem to have a high capacity for happiness.
18 FalstaffsMind Playoff Hockey
35 EmpathLessTraveled Fulfilling relationships. Whether it be good friends, or a significant other. Someone you can tell everything to, or someone that you don’t need to tell everything to because they already know what you’re thinking.
29 terrificshitdotcom When you figure out that the only thing you have control over is yourself and your behavior. Suddenly you have all this extra free time. Worry stops. Trying to change control/change people stops. Running the world is an exhausting FT job. I am retired from running the world and I am sooo happy.
7 kcins Being comfortable with who you are and where you are in life. Like you can strive for more, but don’t let where you are at the moment keep you down.
7 LoveThatShirt Self love. Sounds cheesy but you can be rich, successful, handsome and yet if ya hate yourself nothing else will matter.
7 Koda_pig Always having something to look forward to, no matter how small.
8 Astaxanthinprivilege Honesty. Not just being honest with others, but first of all: yourself. don't lie to yourself, don't kid yourself, don't make excuses for yourself. It's the foundation to anything else, really. If you are not honest with yourself, you cannot be in charge of your life, especially if you have some sort of a weakness, such as drinking, overeating, lying, procrastinating, not standing up to yourself, not saying no, etc. Just fucking do it, push through, power through, fake it until it becomes you, not just a behavior. It was really hard, but it really changed my life.
9 wastingtoomuchthyme Knowing the different between pleasure and happiness.. Buying a nice car/house/boat that others might admire is pleasurable but will not make you happy. Having a purpose and connections with other people may not always be pleasurable but will make you happy
8 DahWiggy Get a job you're **HAPPY** in. This doesn't mean get a job you're good at, or with good future prospects, or a good salary. Whilst all of these could be synonymous with a job you're happy in, a job you are actually **HAPPY** in is so crucial and will improve quality of life so much. Don't spend your life waking up for a job you hate just because it pays bills, it's not worth it.
6 Atistirmaytropical A chemical balance in your brain
13 sxx0x Everyday going for a hour long walk by yourself is the most important factor for happiness.
6 bepseh vagina
15 Sniveling_Cur Money.
6 CryptoH2017 I feel that setting clear goals, but not always reach for more is important. You also need great relationships. You need to have hobbies, and you need to feel that you are worth something. You neew to be able to manage stress and to enjoy a lot of the small moments!
4 thestonez Don't sweat the small stuff, just let it go.
5 RandomRedditor75000 Having somebody who cares about you. That's the exact reason I'll never be happy.
5 colio33 Stop giving a shit. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
3 TribalApes Healthy and and active relationships, love if you want it in one word.
4 lespaulstrat2 Being at peace with yourself. You need to fully understand your abilities and what is possible for you to achieve. Your desires must be based on your wants and needs and not on what others have. Being able to be by yourself, without a cellphone, computer, etc, and enjoy it.
3 Salt-Pile To me the most important factor is always being present in the moment and appreciating your existence for what it is - the people in your life, and what you have around you, even if your situation isn't very good objectively speaking. Some food for thought: [this study on happiness in people who are completely paralyzed](http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/1/1/e000039) and can only communicate through blinking. The study found that many of the people who were unhappy hadn't been in their situation for very long. People who had more time to adjust were more likely to report being happy. A surprising number of them wanted to be resuscitated if their hearts failed. There are a bunch of reasons for this but I think one of them is that the happy people were able to draw on their inner resources over time and still have a meaningful life despite having extremely limited abilities and experiences.
4 swangisme Hormone balance
4 CapoeiristaAlpinista Multiple things. I guess it could be summed up as: healthy routines/habits. * High quality diet. Daily, consistent. * High quality exercise. Most days. * High quality sleep. Daily, consistent. * Daily fresh air and sunshine. Daily. * Make a good budget, and live it. So much stress and unhappiness comes from living outside your means. Stick to your budget. * Get off social media, or minimize it's use. Disable notifications, or better don't have apps on your phone so you only use it on the PC. * Regular enjoyable social interaction. I say enjoyable, because there's plenty of people I work with whom I don't like to interact. Have friends where you all enjoy each others company. Usually can be found through some hobby. * Keeping you and your personal space clean. Daily. * Find enjoyable competition. You learn to not tie your ego on outcomes, and more on being task oriented. You develop friendships. You're challenged to improve yourself. * Some sort of regular spiritual/mindfulness practice, generally meditation. 10-20 minutes per day is always better than an hour or two once per week. There could be plenty more, but those routines/habits are what have worked best for me.
228 0 d0nt_care_anymore Being OK with what you have. Be it health, money, friends, personal appearance etc you need to be comfortable with it. If you constantly strive for something more you'll never be happy....not to be confused with your drive either. Be driven. Just don't be driven by possessions or the pursuit of wealth.
100 0 aintnufincleverhere Being in charge of your own life. Powerlessness is a real drain on happiness.
38 0 trackerFF Purpose and financial stability. Financial instability is a huge stressor and strain on your psyche. I'm not talking about having money for excess luxury, but having enough money to feed yourself, to have roof over your head, and to not get into debt. It's something that's always there, and you can't fully relax. And for many people, everything gets more expensive while their pay stays the same. Imagine having to work 12 hours a day, doing some absolutely miserable job, only to make the ends meet - and then to see that gap widening.
55 0 price101 The ability to let go of things you can't change.
51 0 Chunithm-livin I saw a great piece of advice. Have somewhere deep inside you that nobody else can reach. A core of yourself that is unshakeable. People with this always seem to have a high capacity for happiness.
19 0 FalstaffsMind Playoff Hockey
35 0 EmpathLessTraveled Fulfilling relationships. Whether it be good friends, or a significant other. Someone you can tell everything to, or someone that you don’t need to tell everything to because they already know what you’re thinking.
28 0 terrificshitdotcom When you figure out that the only thing you have control over is yourself and your behavior. Suddenly you have all this extra free time. Worry stops. Trying to change control/change people stops. Running the world is an exhausting FT job. I am retired from running the world and I am sooo happy.
10 0 kcins Being comfortable with who you are and where you are in life. Like you can strive for more, but don’t let where you are at the moment keep you down.
9 0 LoveThatShirt Self love. Sounds cheesy but you can be rich, successful, handsome and yet if ya hate yourself nothing else will matter.
8 0 Koda_pig Always having something to look forward to, no matter how small.
9 0 Astaxanthinprivilege Honesty. Not just being honest with others, but first of all: yourself. don't lie to yourself, don't kid yourself, don't make excuses for yourself. It's the foundation to anything else, really. If you are not honest with yourself, you cannot be in charge of your life, especially if you have some sort of a weakness, such as drinking, overeating, lying, procrastinating, not standing up to yourself, not saying no, etc. Just fucking do it, push through, power through, fake it until it becomes you, not just a behavior. It was really hard, but it really changed my life.
7 0 wastingtoomuchthyme Knowing the different between pleasure and happiness.. Buying a nice car/house/boat that others might admire is pleasurable but will not make you happy. Having a purpose and connections with other people may not always be pleasurable but will make you happy
7 0 DahWiggy Get a job you're **HAPPY** in. This doesn't mean get a job you're good at, or with good future prospects, or a good salary. Whilst all of these could be synonymous with a job you're happy in, a job you are actually **HAPPY** in is so crucial and will improve quality of life so much. Don't spend your life waking up for a job you hate just because it pays bills, it's not worth it.
7 0 Atistirmaytropical A chemical balance in your brain
14 0 sxx0x Everyday going for a hour long walk by yourself is the most important factor for happiness.
6 0 bepseh vagina
17 0 Sniveling_Cur Money.
5 0 CryptoH2017 I feel that setting clear goals, but not always reach for more is important. You also need great relationships. You need to have hobbies, and you need to feel that you are worth something. You neew to be able to manage stress and to enjoy a lot of the small moments!
6 0 thestonez Don't sweat the small stuff, just let it go.
5 0 RandomRedditor75000 Having somebody who cares about you. That's the exact reason I'll never be happy.
5 0 colio33 Stop giving a shit. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
2 0 TribalApes Healthy and and active relationships, love if you want it in one word.
3 0 lespaulstrat2 Being at peace with yourself. You need to fully understand your abilities and what is possible for you to achieve. Your desires must be based on your wants and needs and not on what others have. Being able to be by yourself, without a cellphone, computer, etc, and enjoy it.
5 0 Salt-Pile To me the most important factor is always being present in the moment and appreciating your existence for what it is - the people in your life, and what you have around you, even if your situation isn't very good objectively speaking. Some food for thought: [this study on happiness in people who are completely paralyzed](http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/1/1/e000039) and can only communicate through blinking. The study found that many of the people who were unhappy hadn't been in their situation for very long. People who had more time to adjust were more likely to report being happy. A surprising number of them wanted to be resuscitated if their hearts failed. There are a bunch of reasons for this but I think one of them is that the happy people were able to draw on their inner resources over time and still have a meaningful life despite having extremely limited abilities and experiences.
4 0 swangisme Hormone balance
4 0 CapoeiristaAlpinista Multiple things. I guess it could be summed up as: healthy routines/habits. * High quality diet. Daily, consistent. * High quality exercise. Most days. * High quality sleep. Daily, consistent. * Daily fresh air and sunshine. Daily. * Make a good budget, and live it. So much stress and unhappiness comes from living outside your means. Stick to your budget. * Get off social media, or minimize it's use. Disable notifications, or better don't have apps on your phone so you only use it on the PC. * Regular enjoyable social interaction. I say enjoyable, because there's plenty of people I work with whom I don't like to interact. Have friends where you all enjoy each others company. Usually can be found through some hobby. * Keeping you and your personal space clean. Daily. * Find enjoyable competition. You learn to not tie your ego on outcomes, and more on being task oriented. You develop friendships. You're challenged to improve yourself. * Some sort of regular spiritual/mindfulness practice, generally meditation. 10-20 minutes per day is always better than an hour or two once per week. There could be plenty more, but those routines/habits are what have worked best for me.