r/todayilearned 8h ago

TIL in 1972, astronaut Neil Armstrong visited the Scottish town of Langholm, where he was read a 400-year-old law declaring any โ€œArmstrongโ€ that enters the town must be hanged


r/DnD 22h ago

OC [OC] Runic Raised Dichroic Glass Dice Set And Box Giveaway (Mods Approved)

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r/facepalm 7h ago

๐Ÿ‡ฒโ€‹๐Ÿ‡ฎโ€‹๐Ÿ‡ธโ€‹๐Ÿ‡จโ€‹ night off move

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r/AskReddit 10h ago

What's the worst Christmas bonus you've ever received?


r/wholesomememes 4h ago

take care of plant

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r/me_irl 9h ago

me irl

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r/tumblr 7h ago

Tumblr dating advice

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r/pics 9h ago

This morning I became Mexican Citizen

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r/memes 9h ago

The perfect opportunity to use this GIF


r/motorcycles 20h ago

Got hit by a car last night on my way home from work.

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So yeah. Fun way to end a day. I'm ok, just sore ribs this morning. I rode the bike home although from checking it in the light today I probably shouldn't have. The front is twisted, the left hand side of the engin has a hole in it, the radiator is poking out the right hand side and the indicators on the near side are gone. Other than that... Meh.

The guy took full responsibility though so hopefully his insurance people can sort it.

The police turned up, checked our licences. Once I had the bike ticking over, leaking oil, they let me ride it home. Pretty crazy really.

Stay safe guys. Always remember they can't see us.

r/gaming 8h ago

Dev behind massive Skyrim multiplayer mod turns their hands to Starfield, gives up because "this game is f***ing trash," uploads everything for someone else to finish


r/CFB 16h ago

Discussion Everyone is focused on FSU, which is giving them a pass for Michigan



  • Had their head coach suspended twice this season for cheating scandals
    • Recruiting Violations
    • Sign Stealing Scandal
  • Had the weakest regular season schedule, only playing 2 teams that mattered.
  • Had the weakest conference championship win.
  • Still got ranked #1 despite all of this when, if any undefeated team should be left out it should be the cheaters who played a weak schedule.
  • Is likely to have any victories this year vacated anyway.

The committee didn't have to field questions on Michigan because everyone was distracted by FSU.

r/movies 14h ago

Discussion What's the most egregious use of a movies title within it's script?


Example being Tom Sizemore's line in Saving Private Ryan

"Someday we might look back on this and decide that saving Private Ryan was one decent thing we were able to pull out of this whole godawful shitty mess"

My vote would go to 2016's Suicide Squad.

"what are we, some kinda suicide squad?"

Perfectly shoehorned in. 10/10 egregiousness

r/MapPorn 19h ago

Regions where German was spoken before and after World War II.

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r/facepalm 13h ago

๐Ÿ‡ฒโ€‹๐Ÿ‡ฎโ€‹๐Ÿ‡ธโ€‹๐Ÿ‡จโ€‹ With an average income. What happened?

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r/Wellthatsucks 7h ago

We can cut it down from the forest she said. 24 hrs laterโ€ฆ.

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r/AITAH 14h ago

AITA for pulling my daughter away once she found out the neighbors dog was put down?


In the morning my neighbor took their dog somewhere and later came back without him. He was old, and lived a good long life.

When they came back they were clearly trying to hold it together. The dog wasn't with them, as an adult looking at the situation it was obvious what had just happened. My daughter didn't see it (she's 15) and asked them where the dog was.

For a bit more context, you know how some kids are just massive animal lovers and are obsessed? Thats my daughter. she has very strong emotions around animals. She dreams of having lots of pets and owning land, and is actively participating in animal rights and volunteer groups.

They briefly said that the dog was put down and carried on walking inside. She started bawling and tried to ask questions on why and how could they do this. I immediately made her go inside.

I told her that its okay to be sad over this situation, it sucks. But its their dog and they are feeling 100x worse about it then she is. They need space and a bit of time and it wasn't an appropriate time or place to be asking them questions or even blaming them for the situation. She slammed her bedroom door on me and started scream crying.

My husband then had a go at me saying its her right to be sad over it and I shouldn't have gotten involved or interfered. I then told a couple of close friends about the situation and they told me that I shouldn't have told her off over it and that I wasn't allowing her to grieve properly.

I thought I was in the right, she's nearly 16. Its a teachable moment that sometimes horrible things happen but we need to control ourselves a bit and not make it about us. And also, she doesn't have a relationship with this dog. We say hello sometimes on the rare occasion we bump into them on a walk, but thats it. This isn't her first time experiencing a death either.

But maybe I should have approached it differently. What do you guys think.

r/mildlyinteresting 3h ago

My puzzle has letters on the back to check placement

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r/whatismycookiecutter 18h ago

Stumped! Finally have one. In Walmart GENUINELY confused lol


r/WhitePeopleTwitter 6h ago

Sad Indeed

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r/worldnews 10h ago

Israel/Palestine US vetoes UN resolution calling for Gaza ceasefire


r/LeopardsAteMyFace 4h ago

Anti LGBT Moms For Liberty founder leaves after her same sex relationship and rape accusations come out; conservative GOP husband also involved.


r/politics 10h ago

The GOPโ€™s abandonment of Ukraine makes me ashamed to be an American


r/nba 4h ago

[Weiss] Jaylen Brown: "I always thought my first career ejection would be something a little more exciting. Guys tussling up, thrown to the ground. Not some overemotional ref who had a bad day. What Iโ€™m most upset about is that I shouldโ€™ve gotten my fucking moneyโ€™s worth."


r/Millennials 14h ago

Rant Did everything millennials were told they were "supposed to do" and still can't afford child care in the US


Feeling a little defeated right now. I'm 31 and my husband is 38. We did "all the right things" we were told to do - went to college, got a degree, worked on our careers before starting a family, etc. But...

My husband and I are expecting our first (and only) child. Our incomes are almost identical and we gross a little over 85k/year combined. But after taxes, insurance and a 5% contribution to my 401(k), we only net around 65k/year.

We live in a relatively LCOL area and our household income is actually above average for where we are. However, the cheapest daycares in our area are $195/week.

We don't have family or anyone willing to help with child care.

With our incomes being basically identical, we can't afford for one person to be a SAHP, as we'd be losing 50% of our income. So our only option is to pay for the daycare.

We've ran the numbers a million times, and even with cutting out everything we possible can, including my 401(k) contribution, with the increase in insurance cost we'll have, daycare, diapers, likely formula, etc, we will literally be in the negative each month after all our bills are paid.

Also, in our state, to get any kind of assistance with child care costs, for a family of 3 you can't gross over 64k/year.

It's just so outraging to me that the average middle class couple cannot afford to raise children anymore. How do you guys do it??

At this point, we think taking out a HELOC on our home is probably the only way we're going to be able to make it through the 5 years until our kid starts public school.

ETA: changing jobs also isn't an option for us, because thankfully both of our jobs have incredible benefits - e.g. mine has 3 months paid maternity leave with lots of PTO, and my husband's has excellent insurance with no deductibles, coinsurance, or out-of-pocket max.