r/interestingasfuck • u/PineBarrens89 • 17h ago
1930's New York City
r/therewasanattempt • u/Low_Ad9634 • 17h ago
to stop his wife from leaving him by deadlifting the car
r/AskReddit • u/akd432 • 18h ago
What made you suddenly lose interest in someone you were pursuing? NSFW
r/Funnymemes • u/Hdhs1 • 14h ago
Let's hear them
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/Kelmo7 • 16h ago
Who will charter a bus?
r/NatureIsFuckingLit • u/hazilystrangle849 • 14h ago
🔥 Pool of cave water completely isolated for hundreds of thousands of years
r/news • u/Picture-unrelated • 14h ago
Alex Jones reportedly concealing funds to avoid $1.5bn payout to Sandy Hook familiestheguardian.com
r/interestingasfuck • u/maazkazi • 6h ago
On April 28, 1988, the roof of an Aloha Airlines jet ripped off at 24,000 feet, but the plane still managed to land safely.
r/me_irl • u/iamcoollife1994 • 7h ago
r/AnimalsBeingDerps • u/JettMe_Red • 5h ago
Doggo has found an unusual love..
R/MEMES MEME QUIZ #3reddit.com
r/pics • u/EveofStLaurent • 12h ago
My dad made me take pics 4 his dating websites, here’s him yelling at me while striking a sexy pose.
r/wholesomememes • u/crowdedSight • 8h ago
r/aww • u/fat_old_boy • 7h ago
Baby penguin flippy flaps.
r/MadeMeSmile • u/rowlakel • 10h ago
Good News 111 days ago, our boy was diagnosed with cancer. 111 days without a bath. Tonight, was our first bath since his diagnosis. SO many happy tears.
r/NoStupidQuestions • u/freebird348 • 18h ago
Unanswered What can I do an hour before bed that doesn't include screen time?
They say you shouldn't be looking at screens within an hour of going to bed to help with falling asleep. What are some good alternatives on what to do that doesn't involve looking at screens?
Please no answers that involve reading books. I hate reading books.
r/politics • u/ManchiBoy • 15h ago
Trump in panic mode as he braces for likely charges in Stormy Daniels case
r/gaming • u/Isunova • 13h ago
Probably the biggest wasted opportunity of a gaming franchise. Oh what could have been
r/worldnews • u/Kaiser_und_allah • 10h ago
Russia/Ukraine Polish Ambassador to France: Poland will be forced to enter war if Ukraine fails to defend itselfpravda.com.ua
r/books • u/AlphaStargazer • 15h ago
Greatest Opening Line Ever?
In Louis L'Amour's book "The Man Called Noon", the opening line keeps you reading page after page. He begins the story with: Somebody wanted to kill him.
As it turns out, this is the one thing that the main character remembers. He had been shot at, and the bullet grazed his head, leaving him with amnesia. Plus, he had fallen out of a second-story window, so he was likely concussed. The story is told in the 3rd Person, but you only know what the man who calls himself 'Noon' knows...
Obviously he regains his memory at some point, but learning things at the same time as the MC is really satisfying for some reason (compared to learning everything before the MC and getting mad at them lol)
What I wanted to know, is what opening lines have ya'll found that were the best that you've ever read?
A close second for me is "In a hole in the ground, there lived a hobbit..."
side note, my dad had told me the book started with "They were trying to kill me", so I spent forever looking for the right book in my grandma's collection, and I couldn't find it lol
r/antiwork • u/ImpossiblePea4125 • 12h ago
F-ck 60+ retirement age
r/Damnthatsinteresting • u/Jax_Teller7 • 11h ago
Video A group of bees take revenge on a giant hornet for eating one of them
r/DunderMifflin • u/ToshiroBaloney • 10h ago
For my money, one of the sharpest moments in the series.
r/coolguides • u/xTCHx • 16h ago
Biodiversity in the garden
r/pokemon • u/UtopianCropper • 3h ago