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AskReddit is a popular subreddit on Reddit that allows any user to post interesting questions for anyone to answer, often generating funny discussion threads. These are their stories. 

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Bewildered Redditors Share The Most WTF Gifts They've Ever Received

While holidays like Christmasobnoxiously push capitalism and materialism, there's something unarguably nice about receiving a thoughtful gift from a person you love. These gifts, and some of the stories behind them, do not fall into this category. From dead birds to bags of hair, these anecdotes from Redditors are guaranteed to make you appreciate those socks your mom insists on giving you every year. 

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Twenty-Six Redditors Share The Dumbest Wholesome Things They Used To Believe

Kids really say (and believe) the darndest things. As a gullible kid, a friend once told me that she and her father were addicted to shawarma. She said there was nicotine in the meat and that the two of them absolutely had to get their fix daily or they'd become cranky jerks. I believed this for at least a year until my own family took me for some tasty sandwiches. 

While some AskReddit threads can feature dark and unsettling tales from peoples' pasts, this one has proved to be some seriously wholesome respite from our case of the Mondays. And is a pleasant reminder that nobody is alone in believing some seriously weird (or seriously funny) tidbits or ideas.

Wholesome stories of things people used to believe, askreddit
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16 Scared Redditors Reveal The Creepiest Things Kids Have Ever Said Them

Just in time for Halloween, we're bringing you some Reddit stories about freaky things kids have said. We can't guarantee that these stories are all true, but they're creepy as hell either way!

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Psychologists Share The Chilling Moments They Realized Their Clients Were Psychopaths

Happy Monday, hope you're all ready for some creepy content! Reddit's AskReddit community is often a treasure trove of real people sharing their real life experiences - experiences that range from wholesome to terrifying. These tales fall into the latter category. User DespondentDavid asked the advice forum "Psychologists of Reddit, what made you realize you were treating a psychopath?" The responses, which are mostly from mental health professionals, are pretty disturbing 

Creepy stories from psychologist on Reddit about how they knew their clients were psychopaths.
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Freshly Harvested Dank Memes From The Bounteous Orchards Of Reddit

Summer might be coming to an end, but you can take your pumpkin spice and shove it up your butt. This harvest season, we're more interested in dank memes than your overpriced, seasonally flavored, four pump bullshit. Strap your booties in and get scrolling: we got memes to consume. 

Funny dank memes from r/dankmemes subreddit, gaming memes, star wars memes, area 51 memes.
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15 Deep Sleepers Reveal The Most Ridiculous Things They've Slept Through

There are some people in this world who will literally sleep through a train running through their bedroom and not even stir. Is this a good or bad thing? Well, on one hand you'd never have to worry about annoying neighbors waking you up in the middle of night, but on the other hand, you would have to worry about sleeping through a literal disaster like these people!

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19 Dank Memes We Painstakingly Collected Just For You

Gather round, my weary and wandering Internet travelers. We know the day has been long and hard. Why not take a load off and peruse these freshly plucked memes, fresh from the ripened loins of the r/dankmemessubreddit? 

Dank memes from r/dankmemes subreddit, memes about gaming, memes about being a kid.
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'So You Have Chosen Death' Memes Lament Risky Decisions

The drama of Lord of the Rings has always lent itself well to dank memery, and we're happy to report that this format featuring the villainous Saruman is making a bit of a comeback on Reddit. The scene being used is from The Fellowship Of The Ring, a moment in which Saruman offers Gandalf a choice between joining him or dying. Gandalf refuses to help Saruman, who remarks "So you have chosen death." The foreboding line is generally being used in much lighter contexts - think family quibbles and "things i don't like" style memes. They're pretty good, and we're happy to see the format is alive and well.

Funny Saruman memes, Lord of the rings memes, so you have chosen death, dank memes.
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Salty People On AskReddit Describe What They're STILL Pissed About After All These Years

These Redditors may be salty, but we think they have every right to their salt - sometimes people you thought you could trust just do ya wrong and you can never forgive them for that. Honestly they deserve to give these people a piece of their mind, even after all these years!

For a final sprinkle of salt see this other AskReddit thread describing encounters of "Rich Kid Syndrome". Salt. For. Days.

Salty People Describe What They're STILL Pissed About After All These Years
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21 Patient Souls Share The Dumbest Questions They've Ever Been Asked

Have you been down on yourself lately? Felt that maybe you're lacking in the intellect department, or not living up to your potential? This hilariously enlightening Reddit thread could be the ego boost you need. User Yurtle asked AskReddit perusers to share the most stupid questions they've even been asked - and the results convey stupidity of epic proportions.

Another thread had people sharing the strangest thing they've ever experienced, and even stranger was a thread where people shared the worst fanboy meltdowns they encountered. AskReddit continues to prove that we are truly a fascinating race.

Funny AskReddit comments about the stupidest questions people have ever been asked.
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30 'Me and The Boys' Memes That'll Fill You With Nostalgic Immaturity

Our new favorite shitpost is a real blast from the past. A 1967 episode of Spider-Man is the latest meme fad to annoy redditors and Instagrammers alike. The still features Spider-Man's enemies Rhino, Vulture, Electro and Green Goblin, and is generally used to describe dumb things one might do with "the boys" back in the day. Think typing 80,085 on a calculator. While some people might want to forget their more immature moments, we opt to revel in them. If you like what you see, check out our boys at Ebaum's World. There's more where this genius came from.

Me and the boys memes, spider-man villains | Person - WEIRD COCK R RRR RRRRR R RRRRR R R RR 2009 00 2009 2009 2009 200 18 16 17 15 200 2009 2009 21 19 22 and Boys Rearranging Encyclopaedias School Library | Person - and boys waiting pizza rolls be done /V-buck
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'Steve Rogers Going Through History' Memes Captain America's Time Travelling Fate

Another day, another dank Avengers: Endgame meme! The r/dankmemes subreddit has been flooded with Captain America (Chris Evans) memes for the past two days, and these particular formats deal heavily with history. In Endgame, chooses to travel through time permanently to spend the rest of his days with Peggy Carter, the love of his life. These memes address the fact that the former Captain America would have a wealth of historical knowledge that Peggy lacks - and can even use it to his advantage. The result is a versatile dank meme that's endlessly entertaining.

And you know what else is endless? The amount of memes we're getting out of Endgame even way after the movie's initial release. An absolute win, some might say.

Funny Avengers: Endgame memes with Chris Evans about Captain America/Steve Rogers travelling through time, and Peggy Carter not knowing what happens in the future.
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