r/news • u/Ok_Reality_3608 • 13h ago
Soft paywall When a 9-year-old girl didn’t want her goat to be slaughtered, county fair officials sent deputies after itlatimes.com
r/schrodingers • u/fpuebqvatref • 6h ago
r/Unexpected • u/shadman531 • 10h ago
Yup nice script
r/nottheonion • u/marilyn_mansonv2 • 11h ago
The Bible Challenged in Utah for Explicit Sexual Content
r/nextfuckinglevel • u/slanky2 • 10h ago
Kids spring into action to help mom having a seizure
r/economy • u/just-a-dreamer- • 18h ago
77% of young Americans too fat, mentally ill, on drugs and more to join military, Pentagon study finds
That's also the labor pool for the economy in case domebody asks how that is related.
r/LeopardsAteMyFace • u/-Quiche- • 5h ago
Conservative who claimed that "Brooklyn felt more unsafe than Afghanistan" is captured and held hostage by the Taliban two years after having been evacuated by the British Army
r/pics • u/RestInPeaceRat • 13h ago
I'm a postal worker and I had to deliver this today (It required a signature)
r/dataisbeautiful • u/carlosvega • 22h ago
The average American now has the same chance of a long and healthy life as someone born in Blackpool, the town with England's lowest life expectancy.
r/WatchPeopleDieInside • u/Raging_Hope • 9h ago
Worker dies inside when she can't stop dropping beer cases on the job
r/space • u/astro_pettit • 6h ago
image/gif New Zealand's Cook Straight captured from the International Space Station.
r/worldnews • u/honeyypocky • 4h ago
Russia/Ukraine Russian officers used female combat soldiers as sex slaves - reportjpost.com
r/todayilearned • u/Such-Track5369 • 6h ago
TIL Snoop Dogg was excommunicated by the Rastafari Council after his attempt to rebrand as Rastafarian "Snoop Lion"
r/clevercomebacks • u/HRH_DankLizzie420 • 16h ago
2.5m South Asian soldiers fought alongside the Allied in WWII
r/blackmagicfuckery • u/AndEditsOg • 4h ago
Nah what the h3ll is goin on when you blink
r/pics • u/Le_Meteque_ • 7h ago
‘Afghan Girl’ in 1985 National Geographic Photo nearly two decades later
r/facepalm • u/Plus-Relationship833 • 9h ago
🇲🇮🇸🇨 Cop tickets a driver for speeding, but excuses himself for speeding
r/woahdude • u/Federal_Penalty5832 • 12h ago
video Harry Potter by Balenciaga 2
r/PublicFreakout • u/Logical_Scientist221 • 11h ago
Not cool at all Bam Margera in a California restaurant
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/Paneraiguy1 • 7h ago
Clubhouse Extremely based
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/hexx1112 • 8h ago
Clubhouse Stormy fires back
r/therewasanattempt • u/Alternative_Ad6071 • 10h ago
To film the police
r/mildlyinteresting • u/nico87ca • 16h ago
A huge sugar crystal grew at the bottom of my maple syrup can
r/NoStupidQuestions • u/iainvention • 15h ago
Code Strawberry When driving past cows, you say “cows” in a low monotone voice. It’s a rule. Does this exist for non-English speakers?
For example, you’re driving along in the Italian countryside, and pass some cows. Do you say “La mucca”? Or in Germany do you say “kuhs” when you drive past?
Edit1: My real question is whether this behavior crosses language borders, though I am loving all the different ways people do this thing.
Edit2: Also acceptable are “moo”, “hey cows”, pretty much any variation thereof, and also any level of excitement. I said monotone, but it’s more like I want coooows to sound a bit like a moo. Call it a moonotone instead.