If you haven’t heard of Reddit.com yet, you are going to now! As technical as the website may look, it’s actually filled with interesting, hilarious, disgusting, and surprisingly helpful subforums.
When Reddit’s traffic boomed in July of 2010, the reddit community expanded and became more multicultural than ever. Various subforums such as /r/WTF, that consists of gory and unexplainable images, and /r/Askreddit, a subforum filled with users asking a multitude of questions for the reddit community, were filling up quickly with new subscribers and hundreds of throwaway accounts were being created by the minute.
With so many subforums or subreddits out there, there are a few top ones you should check out first before touching on the others!
Have a lame or dumb question you just can’t seem to find an answer to or have the balls to ask? Welcome to /r/Explainlikeimfive. This subreddit consists of the most weirdest, quirkiest, and dumbest questions any person would ever ask, but sometimes these questions can become so abstract that they are capable of stumping scientists. A few top questions of this year include “Why does it always seem that my alarm or another person interrupts my dreams just as something big happens?" or even "Why is beef jerky so expensive?”. I’ve asked questioned such as “Why does all garbage seem to smell the same” and have gotten interesting answers. Check it out and ask a few question, you won’t know what you might find out next!
Broke? Want a cheaper way to get things done? Then this subreddit is perfect for you! /r/Frugal users are always posting up tons of ways to save on money. Need to create a living room design while saving on money? You’ll find helpful guides and tips on doing so on this subreddit. Out of new razors? If you rub them up and down a pair of jeans a few times, you’ll have a like new blade again in no time to shave with! This subreddit posts deals found around the website quite frequently and is why it’s definitely a subreddit worth checking out.
Who the hell doesn’t love free stuff?! The commmunity on /r/Freebies is always posting something new every few hours and if you can catch the promotion in time, you can find free snacks, make up products, electronics, and even games delivered to your front door. Keep up to date with this one, the offers that get posted on here usually end quick!
I just recently found this subreddit the other day and am going to swear on a new skincare routine! This community offers many tips and different routines on how to take care of your skin depending on your skin type and whether or not you have acne or other sensitivities. This subreddit gives you suggestions on certain products to take and also to avoid. Many users post up their before and after pictures from trying on different products and leave descriptive reviews as well as their daily routines in maintaining healthy skin. Definitely something to part take on for healthier and blemish free skin!
How do I talk to this girl? How can I approach men? How do I find the right moment to kiss them? /r/Seduction answers the most anxiety driven questions of dating today. Users frequently post a topics asking for help, tips, and other users experiences on how to successfully do well on a date, move it towards a relationship, and ask others to analyze their situations. Most of the time you’ll find posts about how many others have fucked up or succeeded in doing so. Some experiences are hilariously successful while many others were not, but you’ve gotta pick back up and keep on threading.
Do you know all there is to know about sex? Do you really know how to go down on a guy or girl? This subreddit will make you question your overall knowledge about it. Users on this subforum are consistently posting various questions about different sexual positions, health tips, how to’s, diseases, and much more. You can never learn enough about the opposite sex and your own body. This subreddit accepts all types of sexualities, whether you’re gay or a transexual, the community will answer your questions and will even post up their own personal experiences so that others can relate.
I’m sure you’re familiar with the term ‘fap’, if not, it basically stands for the sound that is made when a person (primarily men) masturbate. /r/Nofap promotes the idea of no masturbation in order for individuals to gain more self control of themselves. Many individuals who ‘fap’ too frequently face issues such as erectial disfunction or not being able to finish while doing the deed with their sexual partners. This community helps encourage those with many issues tied with over fapping to stop and take control of themselves and their lives. The users on this subreddit are the most positive and encouraging group of people you’ll ever meet. If you find yourself curious about the negative effects of masturbation or have these issues yourself, definitely check out this subreddit. I guarantee you that you will learn more than you ever hope to.