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Everything & Anything You Were Too Afraid To Ask

r/TooAfraidToAsk

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Posted by4 hours ago

It doesn't feel like a lot of the posts are genuine mistakes that someone might actually make, but instead they're just ridiculous clickbait or stuff written for shock value.

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Posted by4 hours ago

What is the checkbox kinda text I see all over Instagram and sometimes reddit? I feel like such a boomer seeing it. The font consists of rectangles with cross marks inside it. No idea what it is.

外围体育投注Posted in nostupidquestions but no one answered so here I am

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Posted by4 hours ago

Does it stay on your 'Awards given' section? do you get your gold back when they get deleted?

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Posted by8 hours ago

I want to start a sub but I don’t want it to be attached to my main account because it’s for intimate stuff and I’m concerned about people being able to see me posting in it. Would it hypothetically be possible for me to start a subreddit with my main account and then add this burner account as a mod, and then remove my main account as a mod? And yes I’ve already checked, there is no existing subreddit for what I’m trying to make and don’t worry it’s nothing like hateful or anything

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Posted by11 hours ago

外围体育投注I have an iPhone and use the reddit app. When I bring up the comment box, hold my finger down on the keyboard, then drag into the comment box, a squiggly tadpole thing appears and floats around. Is this some mysterious feature? PS I am not a crackpot.

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Posted by13 hours ago

I know it's been ages since that was actually a thing but I still need to know... how tf to pronounce that

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Posted by15 hours ago

外围体育投注P.S.: I am not in a single-thread comment when this happens

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Posted by16 hours ago
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