‘We already use our own vehicles and gas for this. We should be treated better’: DoorDash driver says company is prioritizing hourly workers through ‘Time Earnings Mode’
'The only winner here is the crappy customer that didn't tip.'
On Nov 18, 2022 by Braden Bjella
Follow the leader: Inside the world of jerk-off challenges
'The idea of a beautiful woman being impressed by how well you can jerk off is a gratifying male fantasy.'
On Oct 27, 2022 by Magdalene Taylor
‘I’m earning 30% less’: Dunkin’ subreddit spirals as the company’s new points system devalues Mobile Monday
Monday isn't worth what it once was.
On Oct 11, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
‘I think that’s just a southern thing’: Karen grabs police officer’s crotch—and gets pepper-sprayed
'Can you please just get me some water, baby?'
On Aug 4, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins
A political memes subreddit kicked off an internet-wide call to get baseless ‘groomer’ claims classified as hate speech
The term is covered by other major platforms' hate speech policies.
On Jul 20, 2022 by Claire Goforth
‘Thanks for patronizing me into a rage’: TikToker shares the ‘worst job rejection’ they’ve ever received, sparking debate
'It’s giving gaslight gatekeep girlboss.'
On Jul 13, 2022 by Gisselle Hernandez
‘I’m in urgent care rn with possible listeria bc of it’: Did Starbucks secretly recall its new chicken sandwich?
'If you’re honestly feeling sick after eating the new maple chicken sandwich, you should go to the hospital.'
On Jun 30, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘I love watching service industry employees snap’: Taco Bell employee knocks out aggressive customer, sparking debate
Taco Bell said no action would be taken against the employee.
On Jun 7, 2022 by Rebekah Harding
Couple draws the ire of the internet after they chose Mickey and Minnie instead of feeding their wedding guests
The poster said that getting Mickey and Minnie cost nearly as much as their allotted catering budget.
On Jun 6, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski
Keep off the grass: How the anti-lawn meme movement is shaming homeowners for their yards
The grass isn't greener in this community, but the lawns are better.
On Jun 1, 2022 by Viola Stefanello
Sandy Hook truther moderates Reddit’s big conspiracy forum—and is already trying to spread doubt over Uvalde shooting
The subreddit has 1.7 million subscribers
On May 31, 2022 by Claire Goforth
‘Welcome to New York’: Reddit video shows violent attack on NYC subway, sparking discussion on safety on public transit
'If you live in NY long enough, you know not to intervene'
On May 26, 2022 by Maria Poggi
‘I was a prisoner, and you kept me in your prison’: Woman accuses pastor of grooming her when she was 16 in front of church
'People knew but were too afraid to come forward.'
On May 24, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins
‘They’re the same picture’: Redditor claims Amber Heard’s evidence pics are photoshopped, sparking debate
'No, I’ve never edited a photograph.'
On May 18, 2022 by Gisselle Hernandez