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Thread about worst restaurants derailed as everyone just shits on Applebee’s 

If there is one thing you can say about Reddit, it’s that its structure leads to riffing. Remember when one man’s harrowing story of fucking a coconut gave way to a chapbook’s worth of coconut-fucking fan fiction? Truth is truly a fluid thing in the digital world; threads are often hijacked by those conjuring…

Reddit forces "Incels" to involuntarily abstain from posting 

There’s a lot of competition for the title of “worst subreddit,” but the “Incels” forum—that’s short for “involuntarily celibate”—was a strong contender. Particularly toxic even for a men’s rights group, unlike the PUAs (pickup artists), who obsess over seduction techniques, or MGTOWs (men going their own way), who…

Rick And Morty fans are going to war with each other over this Szechuan sauce thing

Look, we’ve tried really hard to take the side of the show here. Taken on its own, Rick And Morty is about as well-written as any comedy or sci-fi show on TV, absolutely deserving its status as the top-rated comedy on the air. But of course, we cannot view it in a vacuum. We have to view it alongside Rick And Morty…

Trump trolls crafted a secret plan to ruin Clinton book sales, totally botched it

In yet another installment of “protests that make you lose money while failing to impact anything,” The Daily Beast is reporting that a number of trollish Trump supporters attempted to steal Hillary Clinton’s thunder this week by preventing her book, What Happened, from debuting at number one on Amazon. The ingenious…

Here’s the full transcript of that letter Littlefinger let Arya find—and what it means

Game Of Thrones’ Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish has proven time and again how adept he is at four-dimensional chess, what with his unique ability to stay three or four steps ahead of his adversaries. We’ve been pondering just what nefarious plans he has for Sansa and the rest of North for the last several seasons, and…

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Trump fans and critics are respectfully connecting on Reddit, of all places

When most people think of Reddit, “civilized dialogue” isn’t usually the first thing that comes to mind. “Screaming hordes of racist 15-year-olds shit-posting Pepe memes and doxing women who dare express an opinion on the internet,” maybe, but not respectful communication. Despite the improved moderation, tons of…