r/GlobalOffensive • u/9Oh8m8 • 2h ago
News Counter-Strike 2: Responsive Smokes by Valve
r/Damnthatsinteresting • u/nikamats • 4h ago
Video Asian plus-size clothing store names
r/teenagers • u/FitFoodieLifeEtc • 7h ago
Discussion Found this hidden in my teen’s drawer and she claims she’s keeping it for her friend. I want to believe her but there are so many empty containers at the top left. 😢 What do you think? And what is the best way to approach it if you were a teen caught by your parent?
r/mildlyinfuriating • u/Vultron- • 15h ago
After a successful job interview I updated my resume references thinking it would help land this dream job. Got a call saying they'd love to have me onboard after calling references. They called back saying the first reference went terribly and was told do be careful who I use next time. FML.
r/funny • u/taatzone • 3h ago
She fell for the oldest trick in the book
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/DemocracyStan • 4h ago
The US is going from zero to Handmaid’s tale real quick…
r/mildlyinteresting • u/UnicornChief • 3h ago
My wife puts honey on her Domino’s pepperoni and pineapple pizza
r/nextfuckinglevel • u/severe_thunderstorm • 13h ago
A 100yr old “Mother of Liberty” speaks to a school board about books.
r/facepalm • u/xxxSexMan69xxx • 5h ago
🇲🇮🇸🇨 Fellas, is it gay to enjoy sex with a woman??
r/NoStupidQuestions • u/7_inches_daddy • 12h ago
Is “if you can’t afford to tip, don’t eat out” a classist statement?
I’ve heard it from a lot of Canadian and American servers on social media. However, most argue that it is not a classist statement. To me, it sounds similar to “if you can’t afford to buy, don’t come to my shop” or “stop being poor” types of statement.
r/MadeMeSmile • u/StcStasi • 4h ago
Wholesome Moments He comes running to get his teeth brushed when he hears mom brushing hers.
r/politics • u/Travismatthew08 • 6h ago
After DeSantis tussle, Disney World will host a major summit on gay rights
r/news • u/djpolofish • 3h ago
Andrew Tate: Brothers' custody extended by another monthbbc.co.uk
r/technology • u/speckz • 5h ago
Networking/Telecom FCC taking a stand against spam texting - Phone companies must block text messages coming from shady sources
r/SelfAwarewolves • u/translove228 • 5h ago
Real, not a troll Christian homophobe complaining about "lgbt propaganda" asks how we'd feel about Christians pushing their religion on others unasked
r/baseball • u/Blazingbee98 • 15h ago
Video Ohtani strikes out his Angel teammate Mike Trout for the final out and wins the WBC for Japan!
r/AskUK • u/Snoo-7986 • 9h ago
What subscription is worth every single penny?
Inspired by the askreddit thread, I thought I'd ask here for uk centric answers. :)
r/Music • u/ZealousidealCress389 • 14h ago
article Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Brutally Assaulted by Multiple Men at Florida Gymsuperthrowbackparty.net
r/interestingasfuck • u/HomerOfDuty • 13h ago
Upon landing in New Zealand flight attendants sprayed insecticides inside the cabin before anyone was allowed to leave the plane.
r/WatchPeopleDieInside • u/AttorneyAtScience • 11h ago
People Singing Bella Ciao as Italian PM is about to speak.
r/BikiniBottomTwitter • u/Furorclaws • 4h ago
A sticky situation
r/LifeProTips • u/space_reserved • 16h ago
Request LPT request: how do I avoid getting drowsy in meetings?
I have no idea why this happens. I get decent sleep and function fine, I never doze off during work but the moment I'm in a presentation room passively listening to someone I just feel like I haven't slept in a week. It isn't because the subject matter is boring either, it happens even if it's a topic I'm interested in. Caffeine doesn't help, and I'm not especially interested in building an addiction to it either.
I care about my job and obviously falling asleep in meetings isn't going to do me any favours. Any help?
Edit for everyone:
Yes I have ADHD, but my ritalin doesn't end up helping with it. Sleep apnea is possible but my partner has never mentioned me snoring, which I always thought was a prerequisite for it.