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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.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
82: r/askoldpeople, corn memes temporarily on the rise, and RIP Toys "R" Us
6 days ago
At this point, it's a well-documented part of the DYR brand for u/itsyerdad to hate elders. So, u/dogboobes makes a valiant, and ultimately successful effort to sway his totally rational bias by leading an empathy-packed episode investigating r/askoldpeople; a sub designed to let the youth of today converse with people who have lived through VCRs and ham radios. Sometimes nostalgic, sometimes thoughtful, sometimes sad, and sometimes just goddamn adorable, r/askoldpeople is certainly a part of the more kind-hearted corners of the Reddit, and a fascinating look into the past from the perspective of the people who know what it used to be like. It turns out, u/itsyerdad is a flip-flopper and doesn't hate old people as much as he claims. What a p0ser. This episode brought to you by Werther's Originals and Readers Digest.Read more »
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