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r/TooAfraidToAsk

Has anyone noticed that twitter's posts are showing more reply then there are actually there. Maybe I am just missing a feature or what not but literally I saw a post with 14 comments on it, Clicked it to see and it was 3 comments. What? Why and does anyone think this is spooky!?! Just seems bizarre to me

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Posted by1 hour ago

I see this meme everywhere and I have for a while. I've even participated, it's a great meme! But where did it come from, what was the original!!??

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Posted by22 hours ago

What is the big hype around her? She is just a girl who plays video games like others.

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Posted by22 hours ago

Why are the Beastie Boys regarded as iconic? What did they bring to music that was substantial? This is not asked in venomous intent. Just from a younger person curious if it's mostly a nostalgic favor.

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Posted by1 day ago

There are many crime documentaries and mafia documentaries that I would love to watch, but I’m not a fan of the gore so I’m unable to watch a plethora of interesting docs. Is there any website that streams these documentaries, but with a censored version where the gore is censored / blurred ?

Thanks !

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Posted by1 day ago

外围体育投注Like monsters university, it released after monsters inc. but is a story before it

So is it a sequel or a prequel?

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Posted by1 day ago

外围体育投注Are petitions really going to help any cause or something? Like literally what’s the point of them? If there is some sort of famine happening in Saudi Arabia and some petition for it gets 1M+ signatures, food will just magically appear right in front of them?

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Posted by1 day ago

Besides the r*pe parts of it and plot holes but still why do people give it so much shit?

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