Where do you go when you need some honest answers? Reddit, of course! The anonymity allows people to answer the most stupid to serious questions without the fear of judgement or consequences. Here are some Reddit threads that you must catch up on-
1. The Cultural Exchange With Pakistan
Not just Indians and Pakistanis, people from all over the world came together to interact on this thread about the two countries. At a time when politicians and some media persons call for blood-bath, such simpler exchanges are very welcome.
2. The Unmarried Indians
While the question itself was directed at men, many women too pitched in on how being unmarried in India is. Marriage continues to be a dominant pressure faced equally harshly by both men and women, and the diverse opinions on marriage in the country are reflected on the thread.
3. The Perception of India from Foreign Eyes
The answers on this thread range from predictable, heart-warming to down right hilarious. It is fascinating to see how some aspects of our country that we take for granted or do not even register consciously can be something that stands out for some people.
4. The Train Thread
This archived thread was commented to be among the best of Indian Reddit. Someone asked others about their train journey, and a thousand different tales came forward. Funny, ridiculous and touching stories about fellow passengers, notorious time keeping and hawkers.
5. The Scary Moments
A thread detailing the most scary moments that the redditors had encountered. Some may genuinely scary, others may be so due to the particular contexts that the people were caught in. Dive in to see which ones would have given you goosebumps.
5. The Supernatural Thread
How can a community on the internet not have a talk about paranormal stuff? While most people in this thread continued to deny the existence of ghosts, they did share some incidents that spooked them nevertheless.
6. Indian Food
Yes, you can find information and recipes all over the internet, but on Reddit, these are often accompanied by a deep discussion about the style and preparation, sprinkled with some solid advice or funny anecdotes.
7. The Black Money Thread
The demonetization hit all Indians hard, but you, the honest citizen, can finally have a laugh. People shared stories of others (and their own selves), of how the sudden devaluation of money hit them. It may fill you with a sense of satisfaction to see at least some black-money hoarders panicking and losing.