No gagging of any kind.
Watching her lose it at the end always gets me. I love watching people crack themselves up.
Wish there was a subreddit for that. Like /r/contagiouslaughter but without the sound being the funny part.
"A Magikarp is eating my head? That's cool."
When I play Pokemon Go I love seeing people with these hats since it makes it really obvious what they're doing, and I don't have to ask and feel awkward if they're not playing.
On the other end, if I just assume they're playing, but they're just a normal person with a fish on their head...at least it would make a great story.
I feel like this is three"didn't mean to" in five messages?
He got multiple excuses for those oopsdidntmeanto's too...
Z and Q letters.
I guess I got lucky that the first wild unown I found was Q then. Though I feel lucky to have found an unown at all honestly.
+some additional luck that there were no events with this letter. For example, the probability of Q and J in the wild is the same. But then Niantic launched a random JapanExpo event in Paris and now J is considered to be slightly more common. Even though it was very rare before this expo event.
lmao J is my only other non-event unown. It spawned on campus and dozens of us got it.
Kinda funny how that works.
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It's probably used just to make sure the tweet fits under the character limit.
I used to hate this, then I traveled internationally where I had to pay per text, so i had2 type lik dis2 not go over d limit and I felt like I was having a stroke.
But I didn't go over the limit so that was nice.
Gld u ddnt go ovr
ty itd b $100 xtra wtf
We all have them
I added my friends from the city with the expectation they'd send gifts and I'd open them. I don't have many stops where I live now lol.
She's a keeper doncha know der ey guy.
It's endearing that she asked about the cheese as if it mattered. Save the bread, with or without cheese...
We don't allow it on /r/exjew either, along with any other forms of anti-Semitism.
Wish we could do the same in the much much bigger subreddits. Certain people definitely don't need "a place to talk."
Equivalents happen in some of the other larger subs. For example, r/space has a zero-tolerance policy on pseudoscience like flat-Eartherism or Apollo hoaxers, which are roughly that sub's equivalent of historical conspiracy theories in terms of how heavily they're pushed, how obviously bad-faith 'arguments' for them are, and for how indisputably objectively WrongTM they are in the first place.
It's definitely possible for larger subs to shut that kind of silliness down, even if it takes a lot of work. That said it feels like it comes in spurts or associated with specific posts/topics, so it's probably not an unrelenting firehose of awfulness. (I'm sure one of the AH mods could correct me on that, though..)
In AskReddit it definitely comes in spurts. We're not so focused on any one topic, which makes it harder to find a line on what to remove or not remove.
Statistics and coding. These won't necessarily help with your future studies, but they can help you get a job (or succeed in your job) or give you a better breadth of scope.
And yet, you just saw it happen with your very own eyes!
you slimy fuck you got me
I created it for real if you want. But it's empty.
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How many subs do you mod? I feel like I see you a lot. (As a mod)
like 50 big ones? Mostly just ones I like. especially since real life has been chaining me down recently
As opposed to?
Post this to /r/OpticalIllusionGifs. Or /u/InquisitivePeabody can. Or I will if not.
I hatched 70+ and traded with someone for one because I had finally given up before I got my first. The Vulpix struggle is real.
Yep I'll hit 80 and not pick up another egg. Found somebody to trade with now.
I don't think almost anybody is a 0 or a 10. Some people prefer to be rated 1-10, so I keep that in mind, and instead pretend nobody is a 1 or a 10. At least I haven't seen any on these subreddits.
I don't really comment on anyone 4.5 or worse unless I have constructive criticism that hasn't been said already, and in that case, I don't often leave a rating since I feel mean. So almost everybody I comment on is a 5-7. 5 is average, meaning if they have a good personality, they potentially have a chance to be with anyone. 6 is fine with room for improvement, 7 is pleasant to look at, and 8 is usually my limit for commenting since I think anyone who's a 9 is probably swarmed with compliments already and I don't care to "help" them. 8s can improve, but they reasonably have no need. They seem happy and healthy, and are very nice to look at. Or in the case of the few guys I rate, they're just really good looking guys lol.
I'm roughly orienting myself with this chart: https://i.imgur.com/ojouzG6.png
I've found a male version
of the chart, but I'm not using it since it seems heavily skewed (just compare the example pictures of 1s and so on). In my books, 5 is average, most people are 4.5-7.5s. Everything beyond that is rather unusual. Much like a normal distribution with a mean at 5 and sigma at about 1.4, except that it is a bit asymmetric.
some of those men at 6 seem to be models.
I don't think I'm white enough for that chart. Maybe I'd be a 3 or 2? lmao
For people unfamiliar, /r/microporn is a lovely "little" subreddit. It has the suffix, but it's one of my favorite "sfwporn" subreddits along with cityporn and mapporn. It's really inactive usually but the posts are nice neat little things to look at. I highly recommend it for people who aren't worried about sub activity. Or the suffix.
It feels like it's less "interesting" and more "hey that's kinda cool"
My opinion: If you don't think it's "interesting" in this subreddit, then downvote it. If I moderated removing everything that wasn't interesting to me, then people who have different tastes than me would suffer. Enough people upvoted it that it reached the front page (and thus got 20k upvotes). So the users who saw it initially thought it was interesting enough and it picked up steam, and since it doesn't look like it breaks the rules, I won't remove it since I don't find it interesting personally.
Same thing in /r/oddlysatisfying where some posts aren't "satisfying" to me, but I leave them up, since apparently so many other people liked them.
How does one become a mod of multiple subreddits like these?
Years ago I reddited a ton so I reported rule violations. Other subreddits I created their wikis/automod code etc. CSS for some others.
Now I'm just a janitor tbh.
The Bears got Alex Robriguez?
Good point. When I came back to the card scene, those new HPs were ridiculous. They are definitely over inflated.
There's a deck out called evolutions if you want a throw back
Tell that to my collection. They scream to be used every day, yet I still haven't entered any competitions.
I thought older cards can't be used in competitions? But i only just got back into the game
Kinda hard to be mad when you’re dead tho
Death, uh, finds a way.
Totally agree we spent hundreds on people who actually didnt come up and say hello at our wedding day
Bit frustrating really...
I feel like I'd just ruin the day for the bride and groom. Maybe it's because none of my best friends are married yet