/r/easierthanexpected

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Get an A on an exam you thought would be difficult? Was your team expected to lose but then they easily beat the opponent? Did you get your yard work done is less than time and with less effort than you anticipated? Post it here!

Anything and everything that was easily done when expected to be difficult. Any NSFW/NSFL post needs the appropriate tag.

Also be sure to visit our friends at /r/wellthatsucks

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How To Move Your Mouse Programmatically in under 3 Minutes | Simple 2022

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2022/07/11
02:09 UTC

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It is really weird how I found this sub today of all days.

Today I decided I was not going to smoke pot until I got all of my work done.

I actually got so much accomplished! Imagine that!

I am in biz school and I finished my marketing plan and studied 5 hours for an exam in accounting. I also set up my Linkedin account and did a bit of research for my biz. I am now enjoying a bowl as a reward.

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2020/09/14
01:01 UTC

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Easy step by step mothers day roses in a box..

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2018/04/03
16:48 UTC

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Setting up the Pool in record time!!

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2017/08/31
02:55 UTC

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hv drawn a Teddy Bear, it was easier than I thought ..

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2017/08/12
20:04 UTC

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My video of Indycar racing

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2017/06/22
06:01 UTC

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Getting the "Featured on Tumblr" flair on TiA

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2014/01/26
19:15 UTC

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Driving home the night after a brutal snowstorm with ice on the roads

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2013/12/05
04:21 UTC

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First test in grad school: 100%

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2013/10/06
22:19 UTC

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Welcome to /r/easierthanexpected!

So my buddy created a subreddit the other day and he was texting me about it. I came up with the idea for this subreddit while I was texting him today (10/6/13) and he said I should create the subreddit.

Like it says in the description, put anything here that went easier than you thought it would. I think there's potential for this sort of thing because the category is so broad and expansive. It is in that light that I am keeping the rules of this subreddit relatively open as well.

Post away.

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2013/10/06
19:55 UTC

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