10 popular non-standard subreddits for more fun on reddit

reddit is a great website which offers an endless amount of content. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for funny content, want to discuss the latest news or want to look at weird stuff, reddit got you covered. When you create a new account, you’re automatically subscribed to a total of 50 subreddits. However, you might be missing out on some cool non-standard subreddits. Here’s a list of the most popular ones:

1. /r/technology – 5 million subscribers


Reddits biggest tech subreddit is related to everything around technology. You want to read about cool VLC player features or discuss the latest iPhone? This subreddit is the perfect place to start.

2. /r/bestof – 4.7 million subscribers


This subreddit is different from others, as it literally features the best comments on reddit. Most posts are about people giving an extraordinary answer to a question or doing something awesome for somebody.

3. /r/wtf – 4.4 million subscribers


Interested in seeing dead people? Like to look at weird things? Most content to be found in this subreddits just makes you think (or say) WTF! This subreddit might not be suitable for office browsing, as many posts include nudity, violence or gore.

4. /r/adviceanimals – 4.2 million subscribers


Advice Animals are defined as two line jokes over reusable characters – you might be more familiar with the term meme. If you enjoy browsing through 9gag or other funny websites, this subreddit is perfect for you.

5. /r/politics – 3 million subscribers


/r/politics is a forum dedicated to discuss US political news. International politics are not welcome, so this subreddit might not be interesting for everyone.

6. /r/atheism – 2 million subscribers


/r/atheism used to be one a reddits standard subreddits but was removed a while ago. Discussion can be quite controversial, but if you’re interested in atheism, agnosticism or secular living, have a look at this subreddit.

7. /r/gonewild – 700k subscribers


This subreddit is definitely not safe for work. Gonewild describes itself as “a place for open-minded Adult Redditors to exchange their nude bodies for karma; showing it off in a comfortable environment without pressure.” What does that mean? Nude pictures and adult content – Have fun 😉

8. /r/woahdude – 700k subscribers


Stoned? Tripping? Want to see some cool stuff that makes you say “Woooaaah dude!”? This subreddit is the perfect place for you, offering cool games, videos, songs or images.

9. /r/trees – 650k subscribers


Talking about being stoned – trees’s content might not be what comes to your mind when hearing its name. This subreddit deals with everything around the cannabis culture, from growing, smoking and anything else related to it. However, it’s not a place to actually buy some weed.

10. /r/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu – 600k subscribers


This might be the most difficult subreddit to remember by heart. Similar to /r/adviceanimals, this subreddit is dedicated to rage-comics. You know, these small comics that usually end up with typical sentences like “Everything went better than expected” or, you know, “fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu”.
Do you have any favourite subreddits? Share them in the comments below!

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