A community on Reddit.
Usually mentioned with an "r/" prefix due to Reddit's URL routing.
by Netux August 8, 2018
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“I hate walking home on Thursdays because there’s always this subreddit outside my house that catcall me.”
by Clove April 17, 2018
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Look at these dorks playing DnD and thinking their jokes are funny. They're like a subreddit.
by drax3d April 28, 2021
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Literary just a term created by the users on reddit that just means a subreddit that is similar to another subreddit that they created. It is also shortened to "Sister sub".
Check out our sister subreddit of r/fakehistoryporn called r/fakeprehistoricporn
by GROVEnotusedb4 May 31, 2020
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the pyrocynical subreddit is a subreddit that talks about none other than despacito. it used to be one based on the youtuber pyrocynical but got slowly taken over by despacito.
*literally any picture from this planet*
pyrocynical subreddit: is that a despacito?
by Smartass2 May 19, 2018
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A place where a group of people can gather if they have been subjected to ideas that differ from their ideologies. These safe spaces have circle jerks, pointless discussion and a delusional moderator team. Presumably, this allows them to recover from the trauma; free from any lasting damage resulting from exposure to ideas that conflict with their beliefs.
by corktopped January 27, 2017
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The r/writing subreddit Principle states that if your question starts with the words "Is it ok" or something similar to that then the answer is invariably yes.
"Hello, r/writing. Can I use a particular gimmick or a plot device that has been used before but because I don't actually read books or do any research I just assume it to be a highly original idea?"

"According to the r/writing subreddit Principle, the answer is always yes. You can write whatever you want."

"But is it ok if, like, my main character dies in the end? I'm afraid the average reader will be put off by my creative genius."

"Yes! Stop asking other people for validation! Grow a backbone and write what you want!"
by Judas Altar Boy June 24, 2022
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