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JambledUpWords

Y’all are attracted to me, lez be real here
True & Honest Fan
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r/fatlogic. It used to be more fun to browse, but as time has gone on, the quality has gone down. Also, the people on the sub fall for obvious trolling a lot. Same goes for r/tumblrinaction. Despite the name, most of the posts on there these days come from Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
 

Lydia of Whiterun

Sworn to carry your burdens
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r/books- Watch people over the age of 20 read the Chronicles of Narnia and become offended when anyone suggests maybe they need to move on to more challenging material.

r/AskHistorians- If only because it's really obvious when someone is more interested in trying to win an internet debate than actually learning about the subject.

r/gaming- I mean, come on. This should be obvious.

r/beautyguruchatter- There is very little in makeup that's an actual social justice issue but damn if these chicks won't fucking try.
 

Princess Peaches

Aang? More like cutie pie.
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I love the subreddit but sometimes r/rupaulsdragrace can be toxic. Most of the time they criticize actual stupid, toxic drag fans from Instagram and Twitter.

r/TIL because karma farming.

Honestly I’m confused as to why people care about karma at all. On KiwiFarms it makes sense—people won’t want to interact with you here if you don’t follow the rules or a-log. But on Reddit why should Karma matter? Users are practically anonymous on the website.
 

Tampon Head

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I love the subreddit but sometimes r/rupaulsdragrace can be toxic. Most of the time they criticize actual stupid, toxic drag fans from Instagram and Twitter.

r/TIL because karma farming.

Honestly I’m confused as to why people care about karma at all. On KiwiFarms it makes sense—people won’t want to interact with you here if you don’t follow the rules or a-log. But on Reddit why should Karma matter? Users are practically anonymous on the website.
Ego. They want the satisfaction of seeing a high karma count next to their username. As far as I know there's no penalty for having a terrible karma score on Reddit since most people don't give a shit about other user's karma.

You are definitely right about RPDR, but as an extension I'd include every LGBT-inclined subreddit. They're all echo chambers of the same thoughts and probably the most oppressively conforming places on the website.

r/Fitness is self-explanatory. Think of Brittany Venti's ex boyfriend and you'll know how they act like.

r/Relationships is full of broken people trying to give advice to other broken people. None of them know the basics of relationship. It's a great subreddit to get a good laugh out of people.
 

Autisimodo

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I love the subreddit but sometimes r/rupaulsdragrace can be toxic. Most of the time they criticize actual stupid, toxic drag fans from Instagram and Twitter.

r/TIL because karma farming.

Honestly I’m confused as to why people care about karma at all. On KiwiFarms it makes sense—people won’t want to interact with you here if you don’t follow the rules or a-log. But on Reddit why should Karma matter? Users are practically anonymous on the website.
Regarding the Karma, a lot of people make accounts to farm Karma to sell it to people who use it to shill their products, why I don't know, but it does happen.
 
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