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Well ladies and germs, the day hath cometh. We are officially at our 200th episode, and like any great time-based achievement, we relish in our past while reflecting on our increasingly deflating future. So to celebrate, we go full Ranch Dressing Studios energy and discuss a bunch of semi-related Internet things, eventually landing on a concept we'…
 
Finally, u/dogboobes gives us a much-needed introduction to the world of the Sims, by way of r/sims4. Plus, Free Day returns from Italy, so obviously, we racially profile him to mark his return. ---Join us, and DYR podsquad all-stars such as yelletwin and Dr.Spacheman on https://www.twitch.tv/didyoureddit to hear (and see) us live. It's a romp.--- …
 
This week, we discuss a bit of famous Reddit lore - u/throawaylien - who claimed in 2013 that they had a history of credible alien abductions and that July 2021 would be when aliens finally made themselves known. Well, July 2021 came and went, but we did have a lot of alien chatter around that time. So what's the deal? Was this person just doing so…
 
Listen, we love splorts on this pod, as you may have noticed by now, and there's no better splort than the galaxy's interdimensional pastime, Blaseball. You may have heard us briefly talk about Blaseball on a recent FPR, totally ignorant to the profound nature of this sport, but after spending a few days fully invested, we decided to spend the full…
 
In today's special episode, we have a lovely conversation with the three women behind the scripted podcast 'The Bystanders', a murder mystery comedy from BLEAV network. Before we talk to Jaclyn Hales, Ash Lendzion, and Heather Morris however we do hit an FPR featuring some of the hits from this year's Olympic Memes on Reddit. ---Check out 'The Byst…
 
It's time to get back to a nice little Front Page Review. With week 2, back in Ranch Dressing Studios, we decided to take a look back at some of the goods from this past week's front page, starring our sweet baby boy Jeff Bezos, some quite frankly expected NSFW subs, and guest starring Blaseball, some sort of dramatic improvement on the sport of ba…
 
It's a big day ladies and germs and theys - we are BACK in Ranch Dressing Studios for the first time in about 2 years, and the show is definitely better, way more candid, and u/itsyerdad did way less editing out of our dumb stuff. Why? Because today we're covering r/howtonotgiveafuck, something we actively try to do on a daily basis, but at least o…
 
Today we discuss the full timeline of Britney's bizarre pop-cultural fall from grace, conservatorship struggles, and quest to be a just be a good mom. Plus, the r/freebritney subreddit is a great resource for broadly understanding the complex discussions around mental health, volition, and the problems with caring too much about celebrities. ---Joi…
 
There's been a lot of wild news over the last week or so. John McAfee, the Internet's favorite weirdo, died in a Spanish prison. Bill Cosby was released from prison on a legal technicality it seems. However, the biggest news is the collapse of an expensive high-rise apartment on Miami Beach that will go down as one of the first great tragedies of o…
 
Well we WERE going to talk about r/royalsgossip, but in a hilarious twist of fate, the sub went private in short time period between when we decided to talk about it, and when we actually recorded. So in this episode, we speculate on why the sub might have gone private, why snark corners of the internet (and the grocery store isle) are so captivati…
 
Everyone's talking about how bad the housing market is right now, but no one's talking about how good it actually is if you're looking for a mixed-theme Disney princess mansion in Ohio or a hand-carved wooden BDSM basement in Pennsylvania. And because of this, we're discussing r/zillowgonewild, one of Reddit's greatest resources for interior decora…
 
Back by popular demand, and also because u/itsyerdad was eating bad airline food on an Amtrak all last week, this episode we decided to do a full-length Front Page Review. We know you guys love it when we talk about Reddit's up-to-the-minute (or two days later) news stories, like meteorites, John Cuck Cena's mastery of mandarin, and cancel culture …
 
So a guy named Jack emailed us last week and said that he was 19 and wrote books about investing. We're suckers for a good pitch, and as is well documented, we think (know) teens are smarter than us, so we took the bait and invited young Jack to join us and discuss a few of his tactics for convincing fellow teens to get into investing. We kind of t…
 
Today, we decide to start what will surely be a long ongoing series of r/creepypasta readings. r/creepypasta is less the beginning of the Internet's own urban legend continuum, and more a celebration of the characters and stories at its core. It's hard to say if creepypastas will ever really see another Slenderman or Jeff the Killer-level superstar…
 
r/nobodyasked is the very popular repository of basic social interactions online where someone just shared a little much information. Maybe they're a little too eager to talk about how much SEX they just had. Or maybe they're quick to remind you, unprovoked, that they're just not that into you. Either way, there wasn't a clearly appropriate time fo…
 
In this episode, we speak with CHARISMA queen, Hall of Fame running back, and life coach Monica Livingston about some of her tips and tricks for how to make your life better. We loosely focus the conversation on the very popular subreddit r/decidingtobebetter, which is where people share their stories of triumphs over their own distractions. This o…
 
Travis Morningstar joins DYR to discuss his experience using r/stopdrinking to get over his personal challenges with alcohol. Aside from discussing the very real value of the group-help communities on Reddit, we also relive the moment Travis decided to quit booze, and the reason he refuses to go fishing with strangers. Quite frankly, it's a pretty …
 
The Internet is a beautiful, horrible, traumatizing, loling place, and r/internetisbeautiful is a great resource for finding all the best that the Internet has to offer without the rotten dot com-ness of the other parts. Plus, we discuss the Neil Degrasse Tyson vs. Steak-umm Twitter "beef" (ugh) at depth, in conjunction with a lengthy chat about th…
 
The Simpsons is undeniably one of the most important influential TV shows and entertainment properties...ever. On this episode we're joined by Mike Reiss, one of the shows original creators, writers, and executive producers, to discuss r/SimpsonsDidIt, a document of the prophetic Simpsons writing. But honestly, we just kind of talk about the Simpso…
 
April Fools is basically the unofficially holiday of Reddit, both because of the jokes and gaffs on many of the biggest subreddits, but also because every year Reddit does a sort of social experiment to engage the entire community in a massive game. So because we recorded this episode at 7:30 in the morning on 4/1, we briefly discuss the first wave…
 
This past week has been peak Internet, so we wanted to talk a bit about two of the biggest stories to dominate the underground fiber-optic cable network (I couldn't think of another word for INTERNET). First, we discuss the recent controversy surrounding the hire of a mod from UKPolitics, which caused a bunch of subreddits to go private in protest.…
 
r/askredditafterdark is a truly, undeniably NSFW subreddit. However while we thought we were going to be dancing with the narcs over at Twitch throughout the course of our livestream, we quickly discovered that r/askredditafterdark is actually an extremely positive and honest force of open dialogue about sexual health. We still talk about butt stuf…
 
In the first of what will probably be many editions, we spend the entire episode smashing that random button and testing our fate with whatever our sweet Reddit lord decides to give us. Plus, a nice discussion about building PCs and F*ck, Marry, Kill with cartoon babes. ---Catch us on https://www.twitch.tv/didyoureddit to hear (and see) us live.---…
 
There is hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of subreddits and r/wowthissubexists is there to document the weirdest ones. In this episode, we casually explore some of our recent favorites, some of which we can't technically open without getting kicked off our stream. Buncha corporate prudes. ---Catch us on https://www.twitch.tv/didyoureddit to …
 
As has been well documented on the podcast, u/myfreeday and u/dogboobes don't listen to music. We think it's music anhedonia, but maybe they just need a famous actor to tell them otherwise right? That usually solves the problem, so we attacked it headfirst with our new friend Kevin Weisman of Alias and a bunch of other great things, including the '…
 
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