Anyone use Reddit?

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Does anyone use Reddit?
 

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I lurk the cosplay forum for tips about makeup, lenses and wigs and the chess forum that's also great (because most of them speak nonsense just because they're high rated on the internet servers lol)
 

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/r/savedyouaclick is great
 

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Never used it before in my life.
 

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Its structure makes you feel lost if you don't follow threads everyday.. it's like 4chan on steroids (much more users posting) and a less anon posting system.
 

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Its structure makes you feel lost if you don't follow threads everyday.. it's like 4chan on steroids (much more users posting) and a less anon posting system.
2chan tho
 

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Honestly just started, but have no idea how to use it. #prayforme
 

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Honestly just started, but have no idea how to use it. #prayforme
It can be a godsend when it comes to learning something new
 

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Does it have a similar atmosphere as Stack overflow?
I'm not sure. I never use stack. Do you use the old.reddit.com or the new reddit (the one that doesn't look old and outdated)
 

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I'm not sure. I never use stack. Do you use the old.reddit.com or the new reddit (the one that doesn't look old and outdated)
I used them both? I’m not entirely sure
 
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I used them both? I’m not entirely sure
One version (old.reddit.com) looks like it was made back in 1990s-2005. The new design looks like it's more modern
 

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One version (old.reddit.com) looks like it was made back in 1990s-2005. The new design looks like it's more modern
The old reddit is so vintage!

Also do you know where this little guy comes from?
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I use it and it is a good platform. I do agree thought about it being hard to follow due to the layout. All the nested comments etc. always confuse me and if you do not sit there and really learn how to use it, you will find it hard to navigate.
 

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I use it and it is a good platform. I do agree thought about it being hard to follow due to the layout. All the nested comments etc. always confuse me and if you do not sit there and really learn how to use it, you will find it hard to navigate.
Old comments are not very easy to find, that's the only problem of that kind of forums.
 

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