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A place to share something interesting.

Rules:

Please read the following rules before posting

1.Posts Must be Interesting:

This subreddit is dedicated to sharing interesting content only. Posts that do not contain interesting content will be removed.

Examples of things that are NOT interesting:

  • Old photos/videos of non-significant events, places or people

  • Tik-tok/Instagram style posts and memes.

  • Insignificant images of places/nature.

  • Misshapen items or manufacturing errors.

  • Things that are common knowledge/sense

  • Conspiracy theories

We do not allow text only posts.

2. Use Correct Flair

Please select the most appropriate flair for your content. If you believe that your post falls outside the remit of one of the more specific flairs, then use the “misc.” flair.

This helps users to more easily sort content that they are more interested in.

3. Use Descriptive Titles

Make sure post titles are clear and descriptive so that users are able to deduce what your post is about just from the title.

Posts with vague/clickbait will be removed.

4. No Misleading Content or Misinformation

Please fact check before posting and provide sources where possible. Posts that make claims that are not cited may be removed at moderator discretion.

Posts that contain misleading content or misinformation will be removed. Depending on the content of the post, this may result in a ban.

5. No Reposts

Content recently posted to r/interesting or content where there is a reasonable expectation that a majority of users have already seen it (such as reposts of our top posts of all time) will be removed.

6. Act Civil

Interesting topics content can often be thought-provoking, but we're all here to learn or discover new things together.

Debate of controversial topics is generally allowed, but debate that devolves past the point of good-faith discussion is subject to removal.

Please treat each other with respect and be kind even if you disagree with each other.

Hate speech, rudeness, trolling, harassment and comments that encourage violence/aggression will result in an immediate ban.

7. Mark NSFW Content

Please make sure to tag any content that may be received as such, with the NSFW tag. Posts that are deemed to be NSFW that are not tagged will be removed.

We do not allow extreme NSFW/NSFL content. Posting such content will result in a ban.

8. No Spam / Self-Promotion

This is not the place to promote your website or social media accounts.

If we find that a majority of your submissions are referencing your personal websites/social media, such material will be removed and the user will be subject to being banned.

/r/interesting

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End of Uno set

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11:34 UTC

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This breathtaking view of the Earth pyramids of Ritten, Italy

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2024/03/18
10:33 UTC

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YouTube's web robots file jokes about a robotic uprising in the 1990s that wiped out all humans.

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2024/03/18
10:26 UTC

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Pen towers are built when you have a class you don't like

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2024/03/18
08:14 UTC

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The Nijmegen helmet

The Nijmegen Helmet is a Roman cavalry sports helmet from the first or second century AD. as indicated by its hairless brow and the shape of its eyes, lips, and chin.. It was found around 1915 in a gravel bed on the left bank of the Waal river, near the Dutch city of Nijmegen. The helmet would have been worn by the élite Roman cavalry. The head portion of the helmet is made of iron, large parts are rusted away. while the mask and diadem are of bronze or brass. Inside it were found two cheek guards, evidently from a separate helmet, and several melon-shaped blue glass beads. It is broadly classified as a cavalry sports helmet—type D, according to the typology put forward by H. Russell Robinson. Type D cavalry sports helmets are distinguished by two features: a horizontal hinge that attaches the face mask to the head piece, and a head piece made to resemble a decorated helmet.

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2024/03/17
22:36 UTC

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work of a month learning to carve vegetables

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2024/03/18
06:55 UTC

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7 interesting villages in India

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2024/03/18
05:08 UTC

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Banana Duck

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2024/03/18
05:01 UTC

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In 1957, a policeman is shown issuing a ticket to a woman for wearing a bikini. At that time, it was offensive to wear a bikini in public places, such as a beach. This particular incident happened to be at a beach in Rimini, which is located in the Adriatic coastal area of Italy.

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03:17 UTC

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This is watermelon Steven 😂

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2024/03/18
03:15 UTC

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Candle keeps extinguishing and re-lighting itself.

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2024/03/18
00:01 UTC

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German Knight Armor 1500 AD

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20:17 UTC

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How jackfruit is harvested

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12:50 UTC

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Kea breaks the antenna off a car then flies away with it.

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2024/03/17
09:12 UTC

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The Hua Moa banana, also known as the Maya Hawaiian plantain, is a large, thick banana with a creamy texture and orange-pink pulp. These bananas are larger and thicker than average bananas and grow up to 10 inches long and 4 inches wide.

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23:15 UTC

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There’s a German version of basketball where you can suplex your opponent…but only once you take your shirt off

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10:55 UTC

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From bald to hairy in few seconds

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23:12 UTC

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Insane stats

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2024/03/15
17:25 UTC

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Kea takes off beer bottle caps with it’s beak.

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2024/03/15
08:45 UTC

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Hippo spa day

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07:40 UTC

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A 1999 Google ad.

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2024/03/14
18:27 UTC

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Termite and ant roads, protected by soldiers

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2024/03/14
17:32 UTC

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Stephen Hawking was born on the 300th anniversary of Galileo Galilei and died 6 years ago today, at the age of 76, on the birthday of Albert Einstein and π day.

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2024/03/14
15:18 UTC

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This is what happens when lightning struck a tree

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2024/03/14
09:39 UTC

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Tree model of man

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06:10 UTC

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Frederik The Great is a Friesian stallion horse with a breathtakingly luxurious mane. Frederik is owned by the Pinnacle Friesians farm in the Ozark Mountains in the U.S. Described as a gentle giant by his owners, he is considered the most photogenic horse in the world.

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2024/03/13
21:30 UTC

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Sarychev Volcano Eruption from the International Space Station

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2024/03/13
18:32 UTC

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