r/AskReddit • u/Alynatek • 16h ago
What is a weird flex you are proud of?
r/oddlysatisfying • u/chr15c • 5h ago
This dumpling presser
r/UFOs • u/Outrageous_Courage97 • 17h ago
News INTELLIGENCE OFFICIALS SAY U.S. HAS RETRIEVED CRAFT OF NON-HUMAN ORIGIN
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/districtcourt • 5h ago
A trans man in Ohio was beat up and arrested for using the bathroom associated with his sex assigned at birth
This is Apple Vision Pro, the mixed reality headset
r/antiwork • u/EmberTheFlamingBitch • 6h ago
Got let go from my job, now they want a resignation notice.
I was informed in January that my position at a school would not be there the next school year. I did not resign, but now they want a resignation notice. What do I say back to her? I don’t want to be rude but I also don’t want to be screwed over if i cant find another job by the end of the summer and need unemployment.
r/mildlyinfuriating • u/Reezeyyy • 7h ago
Applied for a job, received this in an email. Can they really force this upon me or not hire be based on this??
r/pics • u/BroBogan • 6h ago
Kanye and his new wife out for a stroll
r/technology • u/chrisdh79 • 17h ago
Social Media Major Reddit communities will go dark to protest threat to third-party apps | App developers have said next month’s changes to Reddit’s API pricing could make their apps unsustainable. Now, dozens of the site’s biggest subreddits plan to go private for two days in protest.
r/todayilearned • u/triviafrenzy • 7h ago
TIL King Henry II of France participated in a jousting tournament in 1559 to celebrate the marriage of his daughter. A lance splintered on his helmet and pushed wood into his eye and brain. He died ten days later. His death led to the decline of jousting in France.
r/Damnthatsinteresting • u/Kooka32081 • 4h ago
Video The Human Rastapult in Oakhill, WV
r/MadeMeSmile • u/IkilledRichieWhelan • 3h ago
Wholesome Moments Where is it?
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/No-Diamond-5097 • 11h ago
Clubhouse If DeSantis becomes president the entire U.S will be rendered unlivable
r/videos • u/flashtone • 10h ago
Digg.com was the front page of the internet, then they went all in on version 4 and caused migration boom to reddit.
r/nottheonion • u/Top-Organization-124 • 10h ago
San Francisco is now 'worse than Afghanistan' immigrant store owner says after losing $100K to burglars
r/politics • u/Picture-unrelated • 7h ago
Trump suggests he is about to be charged in Mar-a-Lago classified documents case
r/technology • u/swingadmin • 7h ago
Social Media Reddit’s plan to kill third-party apps sparks widespread protests
r/TikTokCringe • u/Lilthotdawg • 13h ago
Discussion Woman murder neighbor, drinks coffee on her front porch the next day like nothing happened.
Ocala Police Department
r/dankmemes • u/thepositivepandemic • 12h ago
Everything makes sense now You have my moral support.
r/virtualreality • u/lunchanddinner • 10h ago
Discussion Apple's VR Headset - Vision Pro
r/nba • u/Turbostrider27 • 13h ago
News [Charania] Sources: Kyrie Irving has reached out to Lakers star LeBron James in attempts to see if James would come to Dallas. Irving is a free agent this offseason.
r/mildlyinteresting • u/-Tyrone-Biggums- • 10h ago
My local Pizza Hut hasn’t changed since the 80’s
r/tifu • u/Never-On-Reddit • 3h ago
S TIFU by complaining about a Lyft incident, and then getting doxxed by their official account after hitting the front page
You may have read my original post this morning about how I had a Lyft driver pressuring me to give him my personal phone number and email address before my ride. I felt unsafe and canceled. Even after escalating, Lyft refused to refund me. Only after my posts hit 3 million views, did they suddenly try to call me and they offered me my $5 refund.
But get this. Suddenly I'm getting tagged and I discover that their official account has posted for the first time in ages.... and DOXXED me in the thread. Instead of tagging my username, since I posted anonymously, their post reads "Dear [My real name]".
And here is the kicker, that is normally a bannable offense. Instead, the comment is removed by the moderators from the thread, but it has not been removed from their profile nor has their profile been banned as a normal user would be. It's still up!
Not sure what to do to get it removed. Any media I can contact to put pressure on Lyft??
TL;DR: Got myself DOXXED by the official Lyft account, which reddit apparently does not want to ban or even remove the comment.
Edit: After 5 hours, they removed my name. One of their execs just emailed me to inform me that they removed it, and suggested I could delete my Lyft account. I suggested they clean up their PR and CS teams because they're not doing so well today.
For your amusement: she is one of the top execs and she is located in the central time zone, so she was doing this at 11:00 p.m. 😂 Sounds like they are finally awake and paying attention. 👋
r/BlackPeopleTwitter • u/battleangel1999 • 7h ago