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People who work in Human Resources, what is the most ridiculous excuse an employee has given for
What are some short, interesting, not-so-cringy bits of trivia which you can tell a stranger?
What kinds of blowjob techniques are effective?
[Serious] Liberals who are now conservatives: what made you change your mind?
Has the closing of Arch St. Mark would affect you negatively?
Who is your favourite (nephew, nephew, cousin, etc) and what makes them so interesting?
Asymptomatic/undeclared gamers, what was your first impression of a game when you played it?
What is something you cannot live without?
People who voted Trump in 2016 but won’t be in 2020, why?
What are signs of a genuinely great person?
What are some great subreddits you can upvote/comment?
What is your go-to icebreaker/civics icebreaker?
People who already voted for Trump: what changed your mind?
People who settled for a partner because it was the smartest thing to do, how did that relationship last?
[Serious] When did you have a bad gut feeling that ended up being proven correct?
Blind people of reddit, have you ever faced a situation where you had to use a third hand item to fend of an incoming bullet? What was that like?
Add '70s-ness' to the name of a new food. What is it?
Dear Youtubers, how are you doing right now?
How do you feel about Black Lives Matter and the police brutality that they are protesting?
If books were made into movies, what would the plot be?
People who live near the places shown in "Diners, Drive in and Dives", what are some of the weirdest things you have seen or had happen?
There are many strange ads we see on the internet, but none as weird as this one. A father uses an ad on reddit to make sure his daughter is on the fence about joining the military. What's your impression?
What are the signs of White Male Privilege?
What is the most ridiculous thing the reddit admins have said?
What's your second favorite memory from your childhood?