Did You Reddit?

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.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h23m. Bisher sind 153 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts
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episode 151: Front Page Review : Honestly, who edits Joe Biden's YouTube preroll ads?


On this week's Front Page Review DYR discusses dogboobes college admission record, Joe Biden's undercover brilliance at seemingly like a complete buffoon in all of his public expressions of Biden2020, and Blender is absolutely insane. This episode brought to you the University of California Los Angeles. 


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   1h16m
 
 

episode 150: Front Page Review: Rick Astley Gets Rickrolled


On this week's Front Page Review DYR discusses: sick PS4 deals, Rick Astley's continued domination of the Internet leaderboards, fatherhood, and u/dogboobes future police detective career. This episode brought to you by the FBI. 


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   1h28m
 
 

episode 149: r/worldpolitics, r/anime_titties, and Masnick's Impossibility Theorem


The great r/worldpolitics - r/anime_titties switcheroo of 2020 says a lot about the current state of moderation across all digital platforms by way of a philosophical idea called Masnick's Impossibility Theorem.


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   1h33m
 
 

episode 149: r/worldpolitics, r/anime_titties, and Masnick's Impossibility Theorem


The great r/worldpolitics - r/anime_titties switcheroo of 2020 says a lot about the current state of moderation across all digital platforms by way of a philosophical idea called Masnick's Impossibility Theorem.


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   1h34m
 
 

episode 148: DYR Announcement


We've decided to take a little Covid break to re-organize some DYR ideas, and more importantly, take care of our mental health. We'll be back soon, but if you want to talk to us in the meantime, hit us up at https://www.instagram.com/didyoureddit/ or hi@didyoureddit.com. Stay safe. Take a nap. Eat your greens. Drink some water. 


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 2020-04-30  5m
 
 

episode 147: r/covidcookery, a lengthy conversation about rat kings, and our very own adult baby-sitter.


On this episode of the DYR Quarantine news network, we take a slight turn from our traditionally apocalyptic Covid content to discuss r/covidcookery, a community of new chefs making the best of the apocalypse by way of the kitchen. Plus, rat kings and adult babies. This episode brought to you by Roberta's lasagna and gator masks or whatever they're called. If you want to see more of what we're discussing, watch the video version at https://www.youtube.com/dominicrusso


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 2020-04-22  1h35m
 
 

episode 146: r/collapsesupport, The Great Governor Cuomo Pierced Nipple Mystery, and Twitch Tech Support


In the fourth week of quarantine, DYR discusses a follow up to r/collapse; r/collapsesupport, a resource for all those who find the failure of our modern world too much to deal with. Here, you'll find resources for like-minded doomers trying to dig themselves out of the abyss. Plus, Cuomo's nips - are they pierced? This episode brought to you by Philip Morris incorporated. Just enter DYR at checkout for a free Joe Camel pool float. 


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 2020-04-14  1h37m
 
 

episode 145: r/collapse, Zoom video conferencing 101, and the big d*** meme man


In week two of our respective quarantines, we decide to dig into one of the most existentially troubling subreddits, r/collapse. However, for every dark thing we discuss, it's offset by the fact that we're not video chatting using Zoom, and changing our backgrounds in real-time. Tune into our YouTube and Twitch channels to get a piece of that high-tech, overachieving, weirdness. 


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 2020-03-31  1h26m
 
 

episode 144: The Coronavirus Episode ft. r/coronavirus, r/covid19, r/covid19positive, and r/coronavirusArmy


Like everyone right now, we're recording this episode from our Covid-proof bunkers, reflecting on our bizarre and changing society. Thankfully Reddit has no shortage of resources for understanding the new Covid reality, and what it might mean for each of us. This episode brought to you by pajamagrams. 


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 2020-03-25  1h31m
 
 

episode 143: r/teenagers with teen foreign correspondents u/aristotle14 and u/iamsidb, and obviously coronavirus


This week, we finally talk to some teens about r/teenagers. In a week completely rattled at its core by a global pandemic, we talk about high school angst. This episode brought to you by bathroom graffiti. 


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 2020-03-15  1h31m