Did You Reddit?
About This Show
A mostly weekly podcast about the Internet, by way of Reddit: the front page of the Internet. Each episode, u/ItsYerDad, u/MyFreeday, and u/DogBoobes discuss a different Subreddit, and the subcultures that this subreddit is about...kindof. Brought to you by trueswords.com, until they tell us to stop saying that.
Most Recent Episode
71: r/fragsplits with u/Alryjul, the glorious revival of Drakkar Noir, and Magnificent Excretions
5 days ago
Now that u/itsyerdad is over his chest cold, we finally get to do the episode we've been teasing for the better half of the month, r/fragsplits. Somewhat like the Reddit Secret Santa, r/fragsplits turns the digital world of Reddit physical by creating a community where different users buy super expensive niche perfumes, then send tiny 10ml to 25ml bottles to "splitees" eager to try these exotic niche perfumes at a much more reasonable quantity and price. As anyone who regularly listens to this pod can rightfully assume, we're not exactly the most sophisticated trio when it comes to the more high brow facets of society. So, not only did our guest u/Alryjul take it upon himself to explain how to the sub worked, but the niche fragrance community in general. Plus, we spend more time talking about Drakkar Noir than anyone has in the last decade and a half, we revisit 2018's best kept secret, Iceberg and Ranch Cake Pops, and we briefly discuss Reddit's recent announcements regarding Russian meddlin'. This episode brough to you by 23 by Michael Jordan, for men.
Rated 5 out of
The Weird Corners of the Internet Explained
This show is about exploring the weird corners of the Internet, using Reddit as the guide. Anyone that uses Reddit knows that for every totally normal sub, there's about 20 major headscratchers. This pod explores both, and does so with some hilarious commentary from the great hosts. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2016-06-06