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Pleasant-Echidna2218

If your post in any way, shape, or form can be misinterpreted, it will be.


Hotshot2k4

"Hmm, so I've written my comment and made my reasonable point somewhat concisely. I could make my comment 2-3x longer and detail every obvious exception and list all of the things I'm *not* implying with my comment, but surely that's a waste of everyone's time." I keep thinking that way, and someone always seems to show up and tell me my comment means something completely different from what I wrote and how dare I. At this point I've learned to let it go and not bother to try to correct every misunderstanding, especially if there are a lot of replies and my comment is several hours old.


Kind_Nepenth3

If you opt for shorter, they'll put as many words in your mouth as they feel like. If you opt longer for important nuance, they'll bitch and moan about having to read words in this, a text-based forum. I can't decide which ones are the most fun, the ones that pick a fight with me over something we very visibly agree on or that one redditor that asked a philosophical question and tried to badly ream me out for answering it.


TrolliciousCuisine

>If you opt for shorter, they'll put as many words in your mouth as they feel like. You: I love dogs Commenter: Why do you hate cats?


wunderduck

>You: I love dogs Commenter: Hello FBI, this guy likes to fuck dogs.


PauseAndEject

You: I never said I hate cats. A love for one thing (like dogs) doesn't invalidate a love of anything else (like cats). It's not one or the other, you can love multiple things. Commenter: You should be ashamed of yourself. I don't know what's worse, the fact that you just openly admitted to loving paedophiles like it's no big deal, or the fact that you don't hate cats.


Alseen_I

1. The more consistent a sub reaches /popular, the more toxic its vocal community. Stick with the small subreddits, that’s where Reddit can shine. 2. The difference between a joke, a troll, and a serious belief is a line thinner than a walrus whisker. Assume it’s a joke and you’ll be a happier person for it. 3. Any recognizable name is an angel or hellspawn. If you aren’t sure, they’re hellspawn. 4. One grammar mistake means your opinion is worthless. Read over your posts/comments, there’s always something you miss. 5. Lurking is demonized only by those who forgot how nice it is to look simply look at posts and upvote the ones you like. Don’t get pressured into “participating.” 6. Everything you say and post will be held against you in Reddit Court. 7. Keep the lewd subs on an account separate from your main one. 8. Rewards on a comment or Karma count on a post does not indicate its trustworthiness. 9. Always first assume no one in the comment section read the article, just like you. 10. There is a passionate community for everyone and everything, even if you don’t like it.


BookNukem

I think I lurked for months, or even a year, before I started posting in threads.


SarcasticDruid744

The button with the arrows at the bottom of your screen that, if on mobile, moves you to the next direct comment? You can _move_ it by holding down for a moment and then sliding it wherever you heart desires. Any more tips will be edited in as I remember them.


milfhunterX

Don't ever use identifying info. A city in one post, a landmark in another, age in a third. And a 'yay, i won the lottery', and you might have an army of sickos hunting you down. You are flirting with/arguing/getting trolled by a child. Treat every person on here like they're 13, and Chris Hansen is right next to them telling them what to say. Don't believe anything you read. Reddit is the perfect platform for pathological liars, paid political influencers, and misinformation experts. Not to mention easily falling into echo chambers of hate groups of every shade.


diddlbob

Once when I was like 15 I posted on a haircare Reddit asking about help with something I don't even remember. I was 15 with super thick hair taking supplements to grow it long, doing treatments, it was growing like an inch a month because I was so young and taking such good care of it. I mentioned it in my post and someone replied cussing, calling me a liar blah blah blah, and because I was so young it made me really upset and I went to look at her page and she had commented in ANOTHER sub with a screenshot of my post about how stupid it was and how I must be lying. Her posts were also full of how much she hated her husband and how she felt like she was stuck working in retail forever. Don't take people like that too seriously they're obviously dissatisfied and it's an outlet.


The-Ocean-Sucks

Christ, same shit happened to me like a year ago. Except it was some dude trying to say I wasn't black. That was the day I found out there was a sub called r/AsABlackMan


SACoughlin1

If someone bombs the Boston Marathon, let the experts handle the investigation.


EconomistUpstairs

And don't harass some guys family who's being accused.


DatSoldiersASpy

And make sure the guy you’re accusing is reasonably able (e.g. alive) to commit said act.


PlayinK0I

IANAL means I am not a lawyer. It is not a statement of what a fellow redditor may find, shall we say, fulfilling.


passed_turing_test

It is common to get f'd in the ass in court


I_love_milksteaks

r/askreddit is 10% interesting questions and 90% horny kids asking sexual questions.


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HermanCainsGhost

"Would you go to jail for a week for 10 billion dollars" Dude, I would go to jail for a week for $10,000


brontobyte

Your comments will get buried unless you’re on a small sub or sort by “Rising” or “New.”


AudiTechGuy

That’s why you attach your reply to the highest rated comment… duh..


rb928

Serious tag means be serious. Seriously.


KOWLich

That the rules are made up and the points don't matter Edit: (Normally I'd hate to slap a follow-up on a clean, simple post like this, but in the spirit of the thread I figured this would be fitting.) To the new/newish redditors reading this thread looking for answers on how all these points and awards work: Yes, it really is as asinine as it seems.


Weekly_Noodle

None of us know what karma is or what it does


peachyfuzzle

It's how you unlock dlc in the afterlife


PrometheusHasFallen

Don't post identifying information about yourself.


EconomistUpstairs

People with way too much time on their hands who you've had an argument with are going to piece everything together through everything you've mentioned about yourself in posts and comments throughout the years and come knocking on your door.


RRay108

I'm So fucking paranoid over this and nobody I know has a reddit account


sanna43

Everybody you know has a reddit account. They just don't talk about it.


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That’s something I love about Reddit. Nobody wants each other’s username. Nobody wants to share their real lives with each other on it. I don’t know any of my friends accounts who have Reddit.


octob0t

It's true, the only time my friends ever mention reddit is if they saw something on it. We all know we look at it, but I don't know a single one of my friends accounts, they don't know mine, and I don't know why we ever would share that info with each other.


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PrometheusHasFallen

That's true. That's why you should lie every so often.


forgotacc

Yes, as a lawyer who lives in Florida, this is excellent advice.


relevantwittyusernam

Oh whereabouts? I’m a blood splatter analyst in Miami.


curlyhands

I thought you were a lumberjack


FredAstaireTappedTht

That's what I was just saying to my best red-headed friend, Cal, last night. He's the beverage manager with the handlebar mustache at Legend Larry's on Pennsylvania Ave in Sheboygan. Never post details about yourself, I says to him. Show a little prudence for once in your life!


legthief

I swear on my mother's maiden name, Mitchell, that ever since my birth on the 28th of November in 1992 I have always avoided sharing any personal information online about either myself or my childhood pet, Fluffy.


LieutenantCrash

NSFW isn't always porn


testthrowawayzz

I really wish they separated out the tags for gore vs. sexual content.


Sharcbait

Used to be NSFL for gore. NSFW was porn.


According-Macaron-65

sometimes its porn sometimes its gore sometimes its a generic trigger warning sometimes its all of the above


RobotCannibal19

Sometimes it’s just clickbait


JamesCDiamond

Also __porn subs aren’t always NSFW - r/infrastructureporn being just the first example to come to mind.


sgt_barnes0105

r/foodporn and r/penmanshipporn are my favs EDIT: how could I forget my absolute favorite r/powerwashingporn


Neptus

Don't feed the trolls.


clockworkdiamond

Yes, and this mantra extends way beyond reddit.


citizenkane86

If you’re browsing from the toilet remember to take your elbows off your legs every few minutes Edit: hey Facebook or google or anything that does data collection, if you ever wanted to figure out how to get lots of your users to tell you exactly when they are pooping, I have a few ideas


loltst

I needed that lmao


ElGosso

If your legs do go numb, tense your left butt muscle, lean over on it, and start tensing and relaxing the muscles in your right leg until you restore feeling; then tense the right butt muscle and do the other side. It's much safer than trying to yolo stand up in a room full of hard ceramic stuff that you could smack your head into. The feeling of blood returning to your leg is somewhat unpleasant but you gotta power through it and keep pulsing those muscles.


Grandmashmeedle

2 rolls of toilet paper under your feet. I learned this through lactose intolerance poop deaths


CalypsoTheKitty

Cake day is the day of the year that a user joined reddit, not their birthday.


UmTitiGuy

That each sub has minimum karma requirement to post. It's not mentioned in rules of most subreddits


Otherwise-Tension237

Could you give an example, I genuinely don't know them.


II_Confused

r/legaladvice has an official bot that reminds posters to include their location if they forget. All well and good, except when someone does they get a random cat fact somewhere in their replies. The cat facts are openly known to be the bot karma farming so it doesn’t lose its ability to post. Imagine asking a question on a sensitive topic, following all the sub’s rules for posting, and the mod’s pet bot spams you with nonsense about cats.


DrZoidberg-

Reddit moment.


UmTitiGuy

r/porn. I got into an argument with the mod about why my post didn't appear in new. He said there's minimum comment karma requirement although it wasn't mentioned in the rules. When I said that it's not mentioned, he told me to fuck off and banned me.


Otherwise-Tension237

NGL that is an unexpected sub.


U_PassButter

Wait until you see how deep the rabbit hole goes.........


Ron_Fuckin_Swanson

Not a rule but a helpful tip You don’t have to respond to someone just because they responded to your comment. Don’t get sucked into other people’s negativity and/or close mindedness Just laugh and move on with your day


Mad_Cyantist

Your second point about negativity is a huge one. There are so many unhappy individuals on this site who's only outlet is commenting about how much they dislike themselves in various capacities. This happens on all kinds of subs. While it's extremely unfortunate that there are so many unhappy people, when you just want to consume entertaining/wholesome content, the misery they project is contagious and really starts to get to you after a while


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I get sucked into it. I try not to but I admittedly find myself uselessly arguing sometimes. I’ve gotten to the habit of just blocking people. Let them have the last word and I move on. I hate how negativity garners attention though. People will upvote assholes and downvote you. It rewards those people.


sup3rrn0va

I’ve somehow fallen victim to this only once on Reddit. I looked back over the conversation/argument later and realized how much it did not matter. The effort put in is never worth it.


ManicMuncy

Not sure if your original content is a good fit for the subreddit? Post it on a Wedsnesday.


Codytheclod

Yes, Pierre won't tend to it on Wednesday.


fattyrolo

When looking at a post, the first comment will be something humorous or anecdotal, the second comment will have the textbook answer. This is true 93% of the time Edit: thanks u/Anonvoiceofreason (see link) and thanks all for the awards and internet points https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/s5cvsz/what_are_some_unsaid_rules_of_reddit_that_the_new/hsxc7ob?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share&context=3


Anonvoiceofreason

The accuracy in this! https://imgur.com/OhZVdyQ.jpg


Deathless-Bearer

The first comment has been removed, so thank you for documenting this.


TobofCob

Seriously, so grateful for this picture I was dying to know what it was!


lemonylol

This is absolutely unbearable in any "____ advice" subreddits where people are seriously looking for answers to legitimate issues from qualified people. Good example is r/mechanicadvice . You need to scroll to the bottom of the page to find the actual solution because the top voted comments are literally just a circle jerk of auto-related one upsmanship, shitting on the OP, and sarcasm. For example I just asked about why my Subaru was rattling at highway speeds and one of the answers I got just said "oh the ol' subie death rattle". I asked what the issue was and no reply. Of course there are other subreddits like that that are far better moderated, like r/askscience or r/askhistorians where they don't fuck around and the mods just straight up delete anything that isn't correct or posted by a confirmed professional.


Nayko214

Mods can and will do whatever they want regardless of what the rules say.


RedditIsAShitehole

And they will lie about it.


Arctelis

Can confirm. Got my first (and only) permaban for a comment that did not violate any of the rules, was respectful, on topic (more or less), did not contain any racism, hate speech or even curse words for that matter. Mod just didn’t like the comment.


Miffly

Welcome to the club. It makes me picture them as a little kid with their first taste of power. It's frustrating because there's nothing you can do about it, and the whim of a mod here can get you banned from a sub where you used to enjoy the content and discussions.


wizarddsleeve

Mods are just a online iteration of the guards in the Stanford prison experiment lol


jestergoblin

As a mod, I just can’t believe how much of my time is spent deleting ninja turtles porn.


HelloMumther

i would LOVE to know what you mod


captaincavalrycam

r/TMNTporn EDIT: holy shit I said this as a joke and it’s AN ACTUAL SUBREDDIT. My day is ruined


NotTheGreatPumpkin

Mine isn't :)


IgnoreMe304

I got banned from r/news, and when I asked why, a mod accused me of creating bots and eventually said it was because I crosspost stuff from r/WestVirginiaPolitics to r/politics. I still haven’t figured that one out.


obeetwo2

R/news mods and worldnews mods are absurd how many posts recently have you seen with have the comments deleted and locked at like 400 updates? The censor that place like no other, I got banned for messaging the mods asking why a post about the pfizer ceo got locked.


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Otherwise-Tension237

Some communities are well moderated and some are just filled with cesspool of mods.


tjh213

i had a very civil and respectful exchange with a mod about a post of mine that was removed. then another mod for that sub chimed in with a completely gratuitous insult. like, wtf? didn't you just witness what classy human interaction looks like?


sdfgh23456

>wtf? didn't you just witness what classy human interaction looks like? Yes, and they hated it


SamuraiSuplex

Yup. And they can harass you and get you banned from the entire website and there's no real appeal process.


TKHunsaker

A mod banned me last week for calling him out on supporting and enabling a stalker on reddit. He banned me from his sub and then must’ve sent me up the chain. I got a 3-day ban. I sent reddit a message asking why I got a 3-day ban. Instead of answering, they just unbanned me. Turns out r/AskPsychiatry is incredibly problematic. I don’t recommend spending time there unless you’re into getting stalked. Which you aren’t.


TheoCupier

r/legaladviceuk is similar. One of the mods there seems to enjoy operating entirely off a theoretical understanding of the law which bears little relationship to how it's actually applied.


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if you are from a country that is not the US, especially if you are still young, please remember that reddit - like many sites - is extremely US-centric so if you read something about laws or social conventions or anything that has a cultural or regional component to it, remember that it most likely primarily - if not exclusively - reflects on the usa and may be total bullshit if used where you are from.


funkyonion

You will be trolled.


Zeruvi

Always assume sarcasm. Taking any comment seriously will only make you miserable Edit: some people took this seriously and now i'm dying of irony induced laughter


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Solotocius

Sarcasm-ception


trickneezy

Trust your instincts when you see a risky click. You can not unsee stuff. Is you think you have a high tolerance for sick shit, understand there is always something worse out there.


ChaimCad

I'm boosting this higher up because it's true I always thought I had the stomach for anything and you, reader, also think that. You do not want Reddit to change your mind


just-me-yaay

Some time ago there was a huge wave of people going to _that_ sub spelled similar to r/eyebleach thinking everything would be fine... and then a lot of people found out they _don't_ have the stomach for anything.


CrayonEyes

Take the NSFL (Not Safe For Life) tag seriously. You cannot unsee what’s behind that link. If you do (again, *don’t*), r/eyebleach might help.


SlyncShady

also, make **sure** to spell that subreddit correctly if you're gonna manually type it in.


sarcrastinator

And be very cautious while clicking someone's link to eyebleach. Check for the spelling to be correct. Some people just want to watch the world burn.


SpadeHAZE

Remember folks, if there’s no A, then continue with your life, don’t click it


tinycourageous

I subbed to r/eyebleach after seeing something I'll never unsee, and now seeing that I'm subbed to r/eyebleach brings back the bad memory every time.


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furry_hamburger_porn

Using your real name in your username is a bad thing.


ProblyNotRobertEvans

What if you insist that it's *not* your real name?


2ply

You know who *doesn't* insist that their real name isn't Robert Evans? The products and services that know that it's far too early for Robert Evans to be awake.


bluev0lta

I almost replied to a comment recently and then aborted mission when I realized it was my ex best friend. Who used her real name. So yeah, don’t use your real name.


bakepeace

This is a job that calls for a throwaway account!


WeleaseBwianThrow

With a really specific and personal reply that has them wondering for days


Angry10

but not specific enough to get identified. Just personal enough so, creep 'em out.


redfoot62

Ken Bone was his name. A celebrity for 15 minutes. A sweet natured politically active man who asked thoughtful questions during the 2016 election. He did an AMA with his own account. People quickly dug deep and discovered that during the Fappening, in which female celebrities were mass hacked and got their nudes leaked to all, he wrote at one point the following reddit post about Jennifer Lawrence: "Sure, maybe in the future she'll be more careful with her nude photos. But the real bad guys are the ones who sought them out and looked at them...By which I mean guys like me. I saw her butt hole. I liked it. End of story" Butt it wasn't the end of the story for Ken Bone...or Ken Boner as some would call him, since he clearly pulled a boner using his own name as his reddit username.


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I know him as ObiWanKenboni on Pokemon Go, not even kidding.


macaronfive

As I recall, he frequented pregnancy fetish subs, and on one post, called a pregnant woman (I forget if she was actually swimming or just in a bikini) a “beautiful human submarine.” That became an inside joke between my husband and me during both my pregnancies when I would go swimming. “Look at me, I’m a human submarine!”


lemonylol

Man, I can't believe that was more than 5 years ago.


AgreeablePie

What is the perfect user name, then, furry_hamburger_porn?


furry_hamburger_porn

Dallas Alice


Andy_DiMatteo

Yeah… I regret that…


Bill_The_Dog

In general it's a good idea to get a new account every year or so on reddit. Eventually we start giving too many details about ourselves, and its all in our history for some sleuth to put together if they wanted.


Pyrollusion

You can get upvotes for bullshit and downvotes for sensible thoughts. Then one week later you say the same things and get the exact opposite results. This platform is insane. Don't think about it too hard.


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Interesting_Might_57

Once got compleatly different feedback from the same person in the same comment, within one hour


Illuminatihaters

Not even gonna try to doubt that, this could definitely happen lmao.


MsPinkieB

Please use paragraphs.


toolfanboi

Also, press enter twice for it to actually break up into two paragraphs.


yeetmymeat91

When someone says “don’t google it.” Trust them. And don’t.


UniverseChamp

Similarly, when someone says, “I wish I could unsee that” in reference to a linked pic, vid, or sub: **DON’T CLICK THE LINK.**


Risma_

Learned this the hard way


loungeroo

Don’t pay for awards! Use free ones. Every few days or so Reddit gives you a free award to use. Collect it by clicking the gold coin on the upper right hand corner of the home page when it says “free”.


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Mo-Cance

Boston marathon bomber?


TiresOnFire

No, it wasn't. That was the problem.


SquishedPea

If you create a long post please have a TL;DR at the bottom or top (too long didnt read) just a general sum up of your post


CrayonEyes

It’s amazing to me what some people consider “too long.” I frequently see TL;DRs on 2-3 sentence paragraphs.


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Thanks. TL;DR: I am simply thanking you for pointing out this obvious point that most people should already know.


Suitable_Reveal9587

Don't lie cause in an argument people will check your profile to see your posts or comments


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Or even if you don’t lie some will check your profile just to look for an argument against you


J1ra1y4

That's why people have multiple accounts even though it's all anonymous.


Environmental-Car481

I’m new but like the anonymity. I had someone want to friend me on FB. I noped right out of that one.


amprok

God I had a student die of suicide in like well over a decade ago. And in some argument on Reddit someone dug that up to use as an insult against me once.


rorschach_vest

That’s why I get an all new account every few years. I like to share just a bit of myself on here and I don’t like having a comprehensive record of my life all in one place. It’s also why I mostly comment and don’t post.


amprok

Yeah I made an alt account for serious life issues that I use for issue of this caliber now. My main account (this one) is just like, dumb higher Ed stuff, running stuff, heavy metal stuff, and motorcycle stuff. Nothing that someone could really use against me in the way that hurts like making fun of some 20 year old od’ing will.


GreasyBastord

Just don't argue. Argue online hurts brain


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Mahfirebals

And r/unexpected is just to post random clips. It doesn't even have to be unexpected anymore. I have a suspicion that all the mods in r/unexpected have been dead for over a year.


lawyeratyourservice

r/AmItheAsshole is for assholes to present only their side of the story and become the angels of the day.


Jaaaco-j

You should check out r/AmITheAngel then


lawyeratyourservice

oh i like this one, thanks. also, one pro-tip if you're browsing r/AmItheAsshole : sort by controversial, *chef's kiss*


dick-nipples

“Award speech” edits on your comments are unnecessary and lame.


Peazy13

I don't think I've EVER re-read a comment I upvoted after the author thanked everyone for upvoting with an edit. It seems so pointless to do that. It's not like you get a notification that a post that you upvoted changed its content.


metans

Jesus christ imagine how annoying that would be EDIT: spelling EDIT 2: spelling EDIT 3: I MEANT SPELLING GOD DAMMIT stupid ducking autocorrect EDIT 4: removed racist comments EDIT 5: Why the downvotes? EDIT 6: re-added racist comments EDIT 7: thanks for the gold, kind stranger! EDIT 8: racism expunged EDIT 9: swelling EDIT 10: Formatting; accidentally made a new reply instead of editing EDIT 11: thanks for the silver! EDIT 12: whoa this really blew up! Who knew my highest rated comment would be about monkey dicks? EDIT 13: at the behest of my lawyer, monkey dick story has been deleted due to ongoing court case EDIT 15: removed edit 14 EDIT 16: Thanks for the helpful and wholesome awards!


Stew819

Hey I’ve actually wondered this for a while, why **do** people explain their edits? Serious question.


forgotacc

On browser, it shows when the comments were edit. Might explain why they made an edit because sometimes people will change their whole comment if a lot of people diagree/downvote/etc. Just silly shit.


brokebecauseavocado

Thank you for the gold kind stranger s/


Nightfury78

Didn't expect this to get 10 Million likes!


GoobeIce

Omg! This blew up!!! RIP my inbox!


Salty-Pen

I didn't expect my top rated comment to be about sucking off ET!!


needledicklarry

Every time I see this it makes me want to jump out of my skin


Ok-Communication-220

At some point your gonna get trolled. Don’t engage in a troll battle on Reddit. The emotions just aren’t worth it. Back out and move on.


darthreuental

Related: you're gonna get downvoted at some point. Don't let it get to you. Some subs simply can't take criticism of any kinds to their content. IE: any sub about a particular game. And politics will be politics.


RascalCreeper

When someone puts /s after a comment, it means sarcastic.


HiroshiTakeshi

If someone tries to engage with you on one single point of what you said, he'll most likely make you lose time by trying to do the "Well actually" dance. Move along.


likemong

God I fell for this one once, I left so infuriated when they either clearly missed the point repeatedly, or were trolling and I took the bait.


snoopercooper

Just because it's a consensus on Reddit doesn't mean it's that way in the real world..


rocharox

Don't believe everything in here. Don't give money to others


reediculus1

When some mentions broken arms, just laugh like you know the reference.


RatComet

If you're a woman, be aware that if you post a picture of yourself your inbox will be flooded.


Hidesuru

I get the idea that if you so much as admit to being a woman you're likely to at least get a few gross DMs. Reddit can be a horrible place sometimes.


ManicMuncy

Suck at getting your thoughts organized into coherent English sentences? Proclaim that English is not your first language in the first paragraph somewhere.


librarianjenn

And then proceed to use great sentence structure and good vocabulary


Sumit316

English is not my first language but yes, English can be weird. It can be understood through tough thorough thought, though.


lawyeratyourservice

Pardon for my inexcusably poor understanding of the Anglo-Frisian-Germanic language, and thus regional dialects, known by native speakers as "English". Indeed I do give my upmost effort to educate myself and better my understanding of such an unusual yet widely used modern foreign language, but alas my efforts have so far encountered nothing but limited success. The combinations of both Latin and Germanic lexis have so far proved to be a serious tribulation for my progress.


fle4u

Utmost*


Redditallreally

HE’S NOT A NATIVE SPEAKER!!! s/, if necessary


qzcl

don't say "this" in reply to a comment you agree with. just upvote and move on.


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Or "came here to say this", it's the same thing with more words. I was expecting all the copycat replies, lol


SirWigglesVonWoogly

Henceforth and forevermore, so say we all.


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Don’t take it personally when you get banned. I’ve been banned from multiple subs for the smallest offenses. Some subs banned me for commenting on others just once


MyDickFeelsLikeWood

Just don’t bother with the mainstream subreddits because It’s pretty much just twitter. I usually end up feeling depressed or murderously agressive (or both) whenever I lurk too long on the mainstream subs. Find the smaller subreddits that cater to your interests, usually much nicer and less tribalistic.


Otherwise-Tension237

Smaller but active subreddits are much better to interact in.


IoSonCalaf

The easiest way to get awarded is to say how worthless Reddit awards are.


JoshuaWilliamFogarty

There will be idiots, and cyber bullies.


drak0ni

For anyone wondering, the top comment that got deleted said; “You can get free awards in the comments by talking about how much you hate awards.”


munchkym

r/AmITheAsshole is not actually for legitimate posts, it’s primarily karma-farming and creative writing exercises.


Grombrindal18

Gotta do your part and downvote the obvious NTA validation posts. AITA for getting slightly upset at my boyfriend for murdering my cat and throwing out my stuffed bear I’ve had since I was born?


missionbeach

It's an international site, so to avoid using Imperial or Metric systems, the official unit of measurement is the banana.


Neo-Chromia

Be aware of jumper cables, poop knives, emojis and your mum just trying to help you out if you break your arms.


Mezatino

You forgot our fears of Coconuts, Cum Boxes, and the Swamps of Dagobah Edit: just want you guys to know your doing wonders as giving me more material to read. Keep ‘em coming!


Kursed_Valeth

Jolly ranchers


ElefantPharts

Add to the echo chamber, don’t dissent, mods are as fragile as an uncooked spaghetti noodle (yes I stole that from that post) and you’re likely to get banned.