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On April Fools Day, Reddit launched a social experiment forum where users could draw on a blank canvas by placing a pixel square tile, available in 16 different colors and dispensed every 10 minutes, much like the long-running crowddrawing site Drawball. In the next 72 hours, what ensued on /r/place were a series of impressive collage artworks created by both collaborative and competitive efforts involving tens of thousands users, and of course, quite a few moments of hilarity and a whole lot of data analysis. Check out the timelapse video of the event below and scroll down for more highlights!




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Maybe you've been there, maybe you haven't; but these tales of blue-balled heartbreak and woe practically scream sexual frustration from out the screen. Here's to hoping you never find yourself in one of these cockblocking pickles.

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Dating back to December 31, 2015 Redditor KnightofSunlight posted a mysterious photo to r/WhatsThisThing---the forum that asks the internet help for identifying unknown objects. Fast forward a bit and the thread determined that the photo this dude uploaded was actually a land mine, and that he'd been inactive for a long time; and that's when the sh*t really hit the fan.

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One a week the sketchyCrab will pick a submission from his website and draw the winner as a "hideous freak". Each lucky winner receives an email with a high resolution version to do whatever they want with (new LinkedIn photo perhaps).

Why you ask??? Because "people apparently hate feeling good about themselves".

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