A (mostly) weekly podcast about the Internet, by way of Reddit: the front page of the Internet. Each episode, u/ItsYerDad, u/MyFreeday, and u/DogBoobes discuss a different Subreddit, and the subcultures that this subreddit is about…kindof.
In the inaugural episode of 'Did You Reddit', we ramble unprofessionally, chew gum on the mic, and try to understand the subculture of bot-run Subreddits, starting with r/gentlemangabers and eventually getting to the king of botsubs, r/subredditsimulator. Then, we talk about weird eggs and BABYMETAL. As one does.
This week, u/itsyerdad, u/myfreeday, and u/DogBoobes talk about the shitty network of shitty Reddit subs. Apparently there are some really good really bad poets on Reddit. Most notably someone named MozzieStix. The only good thing we can hope for out of a Trump presidency is this guy being the poet laureate.
u/myfreeday is grapefruit LaCroix's biggest fan, Keanu Reeves is everyone's stepdad, and we don't know how theoretical physics work. The world is not what it seems.
Minions. Are they innocent angel babies sent from our lord and savior Comcast, or are they satan's toxic toenail flotsam for lonely Facebook moms? r/minionhate would say the latter. But why? Lots of reasons really.
r/outoftheloop is really good at helping people get up to speed on the most important topics of today, like why Japan implemented a negative exchange rate, or why Kanye won't just accept that he is into butt stuff. Kanye, it's totally cool. You're famous, and can do all the butt stuff you want. Also, u/myfreeday introduces u/itsyerdad to banana tubing. See you in Cabo.
Dom, I mean u/myfreeday just made the next big viral hit Instagram photo. Selena Gomez wasn't texting her exbf JB during the Grammys, she was actually just playing u/itsyerdad in Club Penguin. Plus, the Rebel Penguin Federation (RPF) rules is totally better than the Underground Mafias Army (UMA) or whatever. All we know about this whole Club Penguin thing is that the doctor's kid always wins.
When you were 14, the world was perfect. Weiner jokes were hilarious, homophobia was a bulletproof defense in any argument, and baseball was still a fun sport. r/im14andthisisfunny, r/im14andthisisdeep, and the rest of the r/im14 series is about Redditers getting in touch with their inner Jaden Smith, and thinking back to how the world looked at 14. Also, Slumberfest Rules 4Lyf, incest=wincest, and handjobs are probably gross.
Listen, things are rough right now. Student debt is impossibly high. Our next president could be be a guy who was both a reality show star and frequent WWE guest. Selfie sticks exist. It seems like everything kind of sucks, and it disproportionately(debatably) affects the Reddit generation. r/LostGeneration is all about cynically highlighting some of the problems of our society, and how pissed we all are at the baby boomers for blaming us. Or, it's a place for jobless C students to complain about society from the comfort of their stepdad Gary's basement. Plus, r/dogboobes may be a closet furry, u/myfreeday has a sick new voicemail message, and magic johnson definitely didn't have AIDS. #feelthebern
Hey, we're back. Our microphones are still questionable. Our professionalism is still non-existent. And Corey Feldman is trying to crowdfund his new record. That's a pretty bad idea, but there are a lot worse that we talk about on this episode of Did You Reddit. Or at least we do until u/Dogboobes tells us about her 7 part Citizen Kane, "the Kelly Movies", which we are currently shopping around major film studios. Also, wear MeUndies when you send letters with Stamps.com and get super swoll with OnIt supplements or whatever.
Ken M is the Internet's greatest troll. No really, everyone knows it. He is the perfect combination of sarcasm, sincerity, and spite. He is lord, and all others should bow down before his golden, grammatically incorrect scepter. r/KenM is a virtual museum of his greatness. This description brought to you by Stamps.com.