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The best subreddits you should subscribe to in 2022


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13. This hat misunderstanding:

I wasn’t allowed to wear my hat backwards because my dad thought that it was a gang thing. Mind you, this was in rural Wisconsin in the ’90s. My parents are wonderful people, they just may not have had the best understanding of the world at that time.”



6. This bun privilege:

“My dad had diverticulosis (pockets in the intestine) and couldn’t eat sesame seeds (among other things). So, when we would eat fast food sandwiches, everyone HAD to give their bottom buns to Dad, in exchange for his top buns. However, this reasoning was never explained and it was this way from before I born, so it was LITERALLY when I was in college that I realized that it wasn’t normal. I thought it was just ‘Dad Privilege’ to have two bottom buns.”


4. Weird Subreddits

If you want to explore posts from a variety of weird subreddits, check out . It’s exactly what you think it is. Users share some of the weirdest subreddits they’ve come across and promote random ones they’ve created. At the time of writing, there was one dedicated strictly to Walmart’s Great Value products, another that just posts memes to see if users can guess what the subreddit is about, and another that bans you for commenting.

While new posts and comments are closed now, it’s also worth checking out this post or this post asking about weirdest subreddits that gathered thousands of comments.

SFW porn subreddits

Don’t let the awkward naming scheme scare you off. These subreddits provide high-quality photographs covering a variety of subjects. Abandoned buildings, wildlife, machinery, and of course, food; there are subs for all these and more. Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or simply someone who wants some nice backgrounds for your desktop, these subreddits are a treasure trove.

15. Trees Sucking at Things

Trees might be great at standing tall, having leaves, and providing shade, but they really do suck at other things. What other things you ask? According to , they’re not great a getaways, wearing clothes, and hiding their resting “birch” face.

6. Guys posts about doing crazy drug. Comments ” how normal again stop now.” Then disappears

Hopefully, this was just a prank. A poster asked about doing Datura, a potentially lethal drug on the r/drugs subreddit. He said everything was fine but later commented “Google.com how normal again stop now” and then never posted again.


11. Person finds a random box. What’s inside it is WILD

The top theory is the owner of the box went a little nuts trying to find evidence of aliens in the Bible.