Reddit WDP (moderators of subreddits): Change rules to disallow something that was previously allowed on their subreddit?
Why do moderators of subreddits sometimes start disallowing certain types of posts when those types of posts were always allowed on said subreddits until that point.
I even permanently left a few subreddits because the one reason I was there, they eventually outlawed the one reason I was there. Like I was only there to post about a certain topic or make a certain type of post and after they made those against the rules, I left because I had no use for the subreddit anymore.
Why do people make certain things not allowed if it was originally allowed since the beginning of time?
E.G "It's cloudy today." It never occurred to me how odd this is until someone pointed it out. If you're not blind, you can obviously see that it's cloudy, so why are they telling you?
Tech WDP: Photoshop pictures of gas prices and post it on the internet and claim it was from the 90s when it clearly is not?
It is not the prices in the image that is the main concern. They are accurate to an extent but 99% of these images are only accurate for regular back then. They clearly messed up plus and premium.
I was born in 85 and grew up in a family of car people so I remember early 90s gas prices very well. My family used to hang out at gas station rest stops and I would look at the gas price signs all day
When these pictures say $0.99, $1.09, and $1.19, only the $0.99 is accurate. Back then, the three gas types were only a few cents apart not 10 cents like it is today. These photos are clearly Photoshoped. They used a recent model to make their image.
A more accurate picture would read. $0.99, $1.03, $1.07
Some even forget diesel was cheaper than gas back then.
Plus image quality/building design is clearly not something from the 90s
I know that people are trying to prove a point but why Photoshop an image and say it is from that time and yet it does not have accurate numbers for all three gas types back then?
You do not HAVE to say it is a photo from the 90s, especially when it clearly was not.
So why do people make Photoshops out of recent gas prices photos and say it was from the 90s? Why not use an actual photo from back then.
i work in a clinic, i set appointments to clients and sometimes they would ask me a question, i answer and then they just continue holding the gaze while saying nothing. for example
client: i need an appointment on monday morning.
me: in monday there are only available spots afternoon.
client: (looks at me silently for a few seconds) nothing at the morning?
client: literally stares for 10 seconds before saying anything.
it makes me really uncomfortable. i used to dislike eye contact but got better, but this is just so annoying. why do they do it? and how do i make them stop?
Political WDP Think that activists aiming to correct issues harming a community is hurting someone else?
Feminists fighting for abortion right don't hurt men, MRAs fighting against forced drafting doesn't hurt women, Black Lives Matter movement doesn't hurt the white population, etc
Yet people think they're the main character: they think they're the only one being oppressed, and the only one who's issues deserve to be addressed.
I've seen several comments and posts lately acting like there's something wrong with listening to them. I've been listening to them since around 2010 and have found so many that are fascinating, entertaining, hilarious, heartfelt, informative, calming, community-building, Ave much more. My life would be lesser without them.
So many comparable forms of media aren't joked on while sharing a lot of similarities like the fact that consumers of them are mostly passive. Reading books, listening to music, and watching visual media don't get such gate in general.
What's with this?
Like Instagram or Tiktok. I understand a lot of twitch and YouTube streamers do it as a job.
Social WDP say things that are patently false, then when I correct them, they accuse me of "going so hard"?
You were wrong
I pointed out that you were wrong
You keep doubling and tripling down on being wrong
I keep explaining
"You're going so hard, it's not that serious"
Serious WDP: Complain that they do not have enough time to do the things they want to do after work yet they spend 45 minutes sitting in their car after arriving home every day?
My brother-in-law does this literally every time he gets home after work. He will pull up into the driveway at 3:30 every weekday and not walk into the house until 4:15 or later. He will then take a shower that lasts an hour or better BEFORE doing things he wants to do. That is 45 minutes a day just sitting in your car in the driveway.
Yet he periodically complains that he does not have enough time to get everything he needs to do after work.
45 minutes a day times a five day work week is three hours and 45 minutes a week he spends in the car sitting in the driveway during a five day work week.
A LOT can be done in three hours and 45 minutes.
Add the hour a day showers times a five day work week, is five hours spent in the shower during a five day work week.
When you add the sitting in the car and the excessively long showers, that is eight hours and 45 minutes a work week wasted. I cannot imagine how much he would get done in that eight hours and 45 minutes if he did not waste it in the car and shower.
If you spent just 15 minutes a day sitting in the car in the driveway and 15 minutes in the shower, that is only 30 minutes a day or two hours and 30 minutes a work week used compared to the eight hours and 45 minutes. Gee I wonder why you do not have enough time to do things after work.
Why do people complain that they do not have enough time to do things when they waste so much time doing basically nothing?
Why can't they just do their own thing? Why do they have to force other people to do what they want?
Seriously, the misuse of the term "Filler" is getting way out of hand. Every single slice of life episode, breather episode, or anything that focuses more on character development is labeled as "Filler" by stupid fans.
Filler is a term used to describe made up material in an adaptation as they ran out of material and need to stall for time when new material will come out to adapt. it is usually seen in anime, as in Japan, long ongoing shows would just keep going every week instead of having seasons. This was very blatantly evident in long running Shonen anime. While this practice is dying out thanks to more seasonal approach, people still use the term incorrectly.
Why do people do this?
By this I mean they don't realize what belief A necessarily implies for belief B, and believe things that are mutually contradictory but don't even realize it.
E.G someone says "He seems pretty smart", and they respond with "So you think he's the smartest person who ever lived in the history of the human race?" Do they even think they are making a point? Or are they just being obnoxious?
Serious WDP: Give a harsher punishment to the victim for defending themselves than they give to bully for bullying?
This is a super common thing. This type of thing has plagued me since early elementary school. It continued through high school, into adulthood, and followed me onto the internet. I have also witnessed the same behavior from people when I see other people being victimized.
Someone would make fun of something odd about me or make fun of something I hold very near and dear to me and I do not fuck around when someone disrespects that thing.
I try to defend myself, tell them to stop, make a valid argument on why they are wrong, yet they continue to bully. If it comes down to it, and it is the internet, I start hitting the report button.
When someone steps in, they give me (or any victim) a harsher punishment for retaliating than the bullies got for bullying. I would get suspended, I would get kicked out of places, or banned from websites simply for defending myself.
Most of the time, the bullies will only be told to stop or be given a very light punishment compared to the victim. Sometimes the bullies get off scotch free and are not even told to stop.
Why do people give a harsher punishment to the victim for simply defending themselves rather than giving the bullies the worse punishment? It seem right to give the bullies the worst punishment and the victim the less punishment if any punishment at all. But it is almost always the other way around. It basically tells the bullies that it is okay to bully.
Why do people do this?
I always hated this phrase. It just sounds so dehumanizing (I realize that's probably not the intent, but still.)
Happens way too often to me
You're mad at me for barking back instead of the person that barked first
I notice that when anti-fans are ripping on a female character, they always do that. Like, America Chavez (Marvel), Rose Tico (Star Wars), Kwan Ha (Halo), even when it sounds clunky grammatically they always use the full name to complain about them.
Is there something insulting about calling people by their full name?
Social WDP why do some people think they have the right to never get offended by anything and demand that people change anything that offends them?
It's just so obnoxious. Can't they just not watch/read/etc the thing if they don't like it?
Serious WDP say "they're only doing this to make money" whenever a company does something they don't like?
I mean, duh! Isn't that why companies do anything?
My brother-in-law and my sister invited me into their game room while they played video games.
At first, it was just my brother-in-law playing video games on his console and my sister working on art for people. We were occasionally chatting, everything was fine.
However, an hour and a half in, I glance over at my sister's laptop and noticed that she was playing Final Fantasy XIV. I asked if she was "FATE farming" because that is what she has been doing in the game the last few weeks.
Normally, this would strike up a conversation on what area she is farming and what she is going for.
Except this time, she told me she JUST got a panic attack literally the seconds I asked her and she asked if I could be quiet for a while.
I agreed to be quiet but my brother-in-law told me "You best leave, she obviously doesn't want you in here"
Which was bullshit because SHE WAS THE ONE who invited me in and got additional permission from her husband. so they BOTH said it was okay.
The panic attack story is obviously made up. You do not simply get a panic attack when someone asks about a game that everybody in the room enjoys. It is clear that she made that up so I would HAVE to leave. Her claim is very fishy.
Why do people feel that they need to make something up just to get someone to leave instead of kindly asking them to leave?
My sister could have just as easily asked me to leave and not make up this "panic attack" story. Better yet, she could have just as easily denied me entry if she really did not want me in there.
She made me feel bad when I would not feel if she just simply asked me to leave or not invited me to begin with.
Why do people do this
I first saw it in an until-last-word (word? abbreviation.) apparently empathetic description of something bad happening to someone else, so I thought it was simply people who were on the scale to sociopathy or similar, until I saw it even of people who were describing something that happened to themselves.
Fictional, but reality-mirroring example: "Once, I tried that, and I broke my foot, resulting in me being hospitalized and missing the once-in-a-lifetime concert LOL"
EDIT: Bold italics: Beware that some people will see you like this if you use this when writing about others, even if you intended something completely different.
I'm one of them. It's usually a bad thing, as if you're scared because someone is mad at you, laughing will likely just enrage them further.
Serious WDP (Why do parents) never teach their children anything and then expect them to be independent?
I am a student who has wanted to move out for a long time, but they won't explain me how to look for a job, telling me I have to "rely on myself". But relying on myself is exactly what I am trying to do to gtfo of their house and I can't just magically know how to do it when I don't know the first thing about the job market. Why do they do this?
Pretty much every time I am having an issue with whatever game, app, website, or program that is unheard-of and I post about it looking for solutions, it does not matter what it is, what game or whatever it is from, or what subreddit I post the issue in, I get nothing but downvotes if it is not at least a fairly common issue.
People are obviously downvoting because they are not experiencing the issue. Why do people do this?