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.


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h24m. Bisher sind 203 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 11 days 22 hours 55 minutes


episode 191: 191: r/royalsgossip goes PRIVATE, snark subs, and why do we even care about these people anyway?

r/royalsgossip, snark subs, and trying (and failing) to be ambivalent to the royal family


 2021-06-28  1h32m

 2021-06-11  1h32m

episode 189: 189: Front Page Review, AMTRAK's YOLO spirit, Meteors, and everyone's cancelled

Front Page Review!111!1! and tips on how to travel by Amtrak


 2021-06-04  1h32m

episode 188: 188: r/investing (kind of) with teen author and investor Jack Rosenthal

r/investing (kind of) with Teen Wizkid and future person we ask for money, Jack Rosenthal


 2021-05-24  1h41m

episode 187: 187: r/creepypasta classics - the tip of the iceberg

r/creepypasta classics - reading three of the all-time greats, and talking the world of r/creepypasta


 2021-05-17  1h48m

episode 186: 186: r/nobodyasked, badly predicting the future of roadside food, and 4 years stranded on a boat...

r/nobodyasked - the Internet's best repository of people completely misunderstanding how text-based boundaries work.


 2021-05-10  1h36m

episode 185: 185: r/decidingtobebetter with Monica Livingston, and online Danish shopping addiction with u/dogboobes

r/decidingtolivebetter with life coach Monica Livingston


 2021-05-04  1h42m

episode 184: 184: r/stopdrinking w/ Travis Morningstar, producer of Last Podcast (and Stream) on the Left

r/stopdrinking with Last Podcast on the Left's Travis Morningstar


 2021-04-26  1h48m

episode 183: 183: r/InternetIsBeautiful and meat libertarianism with Steak-umm and Meatball Hoagies

r/internetisbeautiful, and a lengthy conversation about how meatballs are libertarian for some reason


 2021-04-19  1h34m

episode 182: 182: r/SimpsonsDidIt w/ Mike Reiss, Simpsons Writer and Executive Producer

r/SimpsonsDidIt with Mike Reiss, The Simpsons' original writer and executive producer


 2021-04-09  1h29m