r/madlads 4h ago

Comrade madlad

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r/nextfuckinglevel 5h ago

17-year-old Luke Littler hits a 9 darter in the Premier League final and goes on to win the damn thing on his debut.

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r/nottheonion 3h ago

Mum claims speed of Aldi cashier left her 'crying and shaking' beside her kids

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r/AbsoluteUnits 12h ago

of my new glasses (-17 prescription)

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r/tumblr 6h ago

Accurate

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r/WhitePeopleTwitter 5h ago

Man reports missing father to police. Police interrogates him for 17 hours, withholds medication, lied about his father being found dead, and threatened to kill his dog if he didn't confess to killing his father. He confessed and tried to hang himself. Turns out his father was alive and well.

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r/AITAH 11h ago

AITA for walking out of a baby shower early because I found out that my boyfriend has a “work wife”?

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One of my boyfriend's close colleagues had their baby shower today and he asked if I wanted to tag along. I got there, everything was pretty, and there were some good vibes. It was mostly the colleague's family and three of his other coworkers that were there, who ended up meeting (one male, two females).

When my boyfriend went to introduce me to one of the women, his male coworker jumped in saying, "That's his work wife!" And they all laughed. My boyfriend didn't really laugh genuinely but more coyly with his head down like he knew it wasn't right. I did not laugh at all and looked at both of them. The guy continued, "Yeah, everyone knows they're practically married. You should see their faces whenever one is missing out of work... they act so depressed. I asked if I could join them so I can get free food too!" (Not verbatim but that’s basically what he said)

I had no words. The "work wife" tried to make light of the situation by tapping my shoulder and joking, "Don't worry, he's in good hands!" And then she started telling my boyfriend that I was beautiful and he was lucky to have me. I didn't know what to say. I smiled politely and whispered to my boyfriend that I was leaving. He tried gripping my hip harder as an indirect way of saying no, but I pulled it off and called an Uber to go home because I was distraught.

He never mentioned having a "work wife" to me and I don't like the thought of it at all. I guess people were asking where I went and my boyfriend felt awkward because he had to make up a lie for me leaving early when they could already tell the real reason why I left so abruptly. He wanted me to wait and talk it out later. I knew I was only going to get angrier if I did.

AITA?


r/Economics 18h ago

News Some Americans live in a parallel economy where everything is terrible

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r/politics 14h ago

Soft Paywall There Is Literally Nothing Trump Can Say That Will Stop Republicans from Voting for Him

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r/mildlyinteresting 2h ago

Orange cloud in the sky

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r/news 6h ago

Kabosu dies: Shiba inu which inspired the 'doge' meme and became face of Dogecoin has died

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r/coolguides 4h ago

A cool guide for police interactions

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r/NoStupidQuestions 6h ago

Why do Americans drive such huge cars?

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I’ve recently visited the US for the first time. I saw lots and lots of really big cars on the streets (like Ford Ranger, Chevrolet Silverado and so on), even in big cities! Their trunks were empty in 99% of cases, so it’s not like people are hauling cargo all the time. And there was only one person in the car most of the time.

I checked that the engines on those things are enormous, I can’t imagine how much the gas must cost.

What do Americans need such huge cars for, especially in the cities?

EDIT: well, that was enlightening! So from your responses I gather that the primary reasons are: - small dicks - arms race on the road, getting bigger vehicles to be safer - freedom - chickens - cheap gas - comfort while driving long distances - some people actually need such large car for work or they have big families - regulations which make a big car the best choice - some people live in places where the conditions require this

EDIT2: with Ford Ranger I meant something like this


r/Damnthatsinteresting 4h ago

GIF In empty space, according to quantum physics, particles appear in existence without a source of energy for short periods of time and then disappear. 3D visualization:

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r/memes 2h ago

Capitalism sucks

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r/atheism 17h ago

Bots/Brigaded If You Want to Be Free to Be Atheist in the USA, Please Vote Blue, and for Biden

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Project 2025 terrifying for the rule of law in our country. The GOP plans to fire and replace federal government employees with people who will do their bidding (Trump even made an Executive Order towards the end of his presidency to make it easier to do this, but thankfully he didn't have enough time to use it extensively, and then Biden repealed it).

Turning the USA over to Christian extremists means they can alter anything to their liking, even the constitution. It's a very real possibility that they could make it illegal to not be Christian, among thousands of other changes they could make. Supreme Court justices can interpret the Constitution however they feel like and that becomes the rule of law. Please vote for democrats to preserve our freedoms.


r/interestingasfuck 7h ago

r/all In 2005, a medical technician invented Rapex to help prevent rape in South Africa. It resembles a female condom with sharp teeth. Any man who attempts to rape a woman impales himself on the teeth and must go to hospital to have the device removed

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r/comics 2h ago

Comics Community Sisters

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r/nottheonion 17h ago

Clarence Thomas attacks Brown v. Education ruling amid 70th anniversary

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r/facepalm 10h ago

🇲​🇮​🇸​🇨​ Why doesn’t CNN report on this?

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r/90s 18h ago

Discussion Who is someone from the 90’s who was well known, but unless you lived through that time, you wouldn’t know who they were?

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Mine is Kato Kaelin.


r/oddlyspecific 9h ago

What an oddly specific feature

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r/facepalm 3h ago

🇲​🇮​🇸​🇨​ Why are there so many Spanish people in Spain?

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