15 Times the Customer Was Definitely Not Right

The saying “the customer is always right” is maybe one of the most frustratingly misconstrued idioms in history. Originally, it meant simply that if the customer said they wanted thing A, you shouldn’t try to convince them they want thing B. Just sell them the thing they want, make them happy, and get your money....

History Buffs Share the Awful Bits That Have Been Forgotten

I don’t know if you’ve been made aware of this yet, but history is kind of terrible. In all kinds of ways. Historians of Reddit, what’s a devastating event that no one talks about? from AskReddit Many of the people who posted here included disclaimers that they were not full-on historians, and that the information...

People Share Their Area’s Creepiest Urban Legends

You ready for some spooky? Because it’s time for some urban legends. What are the creepiest urban legends from your area? from AskReddit Reddit really cranked the creep factor up to ten for these tall tales. Get ready. 1. Makcik Keropok Its a legend about a lady going around door to door selling keropok. (a...

Former Atheists Share Their Conversion Stories

I was raised in a fundamentalist Christian community and around high school essentially started a very slow “deconversion” process that eventually led to my comfortable adoption of the word “atheist” several years later. I’m very familiar with what it’s like to go from a believer to a non-believer, but I have often wondered what it...

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People Share the Trashiest Things They’ve Ever Seen

Everybody’s stayin’ trashy out there. Maybe even more than you might expect. What is the trashiest thing you have ever witnessed? from AskReddit Does Reddit have some trashy stories? You bet your bin they do. Let’s delve in. 1. Recreational cleaning. Friend of a friend of my roommate came over. Saw the computer duster bottle...

People Share What They’re Really Doing in the Middle of the Night

I’ve been an insomniac pretty much my entire life, and when I do sleep, it’s often at very odd hours, so I can relate to a lot of stuff in this thread: People who stay up to 2am, what do you do? from AskReddit So, what are we all doing so late? Let’s find out...

People Admit the Things It Took Them Way Too Long to Learn

They say there’s no such thing as a stupid question, and generally speaking, I subscribe to that notion. There are disingenuous questions, there are trick questions, there are bad-faith questions, but if you don’t know something, it’s really truly fine to ask. Still, it can be surprising just how late in life certain people are...

What’s a Good Cheap/Free Hobby To Get Into?

How come everything is so dang expensive these days? Even the hobbies you can do at home add up super quick, it seems. Keeping up with the latest gaming can cost a lot, and even TV watching has become prohibitively expensive again for many as we’re asked by a billion companies to sign up for...

What Could You Accomplish By Switching Genders for a Day?

I’ve got a question for you. And by you, I mean the entire internet. And by “I,” I mean this guy on Reddit: If you were the opposite sex for a day, what would you do? from AskReddit Brace yourself, because these answers are gonna be…mostly what you think they will. 1. Not wrong! Walk...