r/amiugly • u/gxneghxst • 15h ago
21 • be honest w/ me
looking for open opinions and suggestions 💐
it’s my first time posting , and appreciate the honesty ive seen .
( live verification photo at the end )
r/CombatFootage • u/Flimsy_Technology351 • 20h ago
Video Alleged Leopard 2 being hit by Kornet ATGM 09/06/2923
r/yesyesyesyesno • u/timk920 • 21h ago
Almost made it!
Needed 3 hands.
r/Conservative • u/KnowledgeAndFaith • 9h ago
Flaired Users Only You were warned.
r/Conservative • u/joetravers • 19h ago
Flaired Users Only 'We don't have a Republic anymore': Republicans react to Trump indictment; suggest it is an attempt to 'preemptively steal the 2024 election'
r/Conservative • u/intelligentreviews • 17h ago
It's Past Time For Republicans To Impeach Biden And All His Men
r/CombatFootage • u/senorpash • 12h ago
Video Russians successfully use FPV drones against the Ukrainian equipment on Zaporozhye
r/Conservative • u/Reuters-no-bias-lol • 23h ago
Did anyone notice “breaking news” section on YouTube is only used when there are narratives being spun against conservatives?
Went to YouTube and see breaking news of Trump being indicted. Never have I seen that section for all the breaking news about the left. I wonder if it’s the same on other social media platforms too, as I haven’t used them in a decade.
r/fansofcriticalrole • u/Flaming20 • 20h ago
Discussion This subreddit should be called critical fans of critical role
I a new listener to critrole starting in season 3, it's great! It feels like a full story that no one except Mercer knows where it's going. ( It's like charlie in the chocolate factory on that boat).
So I come onto the reddit expecting fan theories and favorite characters or backstories, etc. But almost half is just random criticisms that seem super minor and overly mean. Like their playing a game of lore chicken? I mean yeah a bit but that's how you make a series last this long you don't just lore dump in 20 episodes.
Idk I just wanna see more love in this subreddit.
Edit: I just want to be clear, I'm not saying criticism is bad I'm saying it seems totally overblown and just nasty to the players for no reason. It's DnD not the Senate.
Edit 2: Now you guys know how it must feel if a critical role member stumbles into this reddit. You guys can criticize them but I can't criticize you guys 🤷♂️.
Last edit: I want to say thank you to those with nuance, everything I say may not make sense but I just wanted to defend the players from what seemed like mob mentality over a game, and show, that they provide for us! I may have let a couple of posts on here shape my view of the whole, but my point still stands this subreddit should be named critical fans of critical role.
r/Standup • u/Potential_Lake_6610 • 18h ago
99.9% of people pursuing standup are untalented, even people with some professional success
Lots of people out there are generically funny, but few are talented.
If you picked a random company and forced everyone there to do comedy professionally for 3 years, many people would end up making a passable set. They could get paid gigs, achieve some passing acclaim.
Point being: 1) lots of people are reasonably funny, 2) could write a decent set if they had to put their mind to it, 3) most comedians aren’t special.
It’s akin to how most people could be decent at piano if forced to learn it at an early age, but few have prodigious talent and can become concert pianists.
The difference is that with comedy, the “concert pianist” goal always seems a reality because mediocre comics have way more job opportunities than mediocre pianists. You can delude yourself that you’re uniquely talented and going somewhere, when in reality you’re a dime a dozen sorta funny person who’s practiced a bunch, and people are mostly chuckling through your forgettable set.
Most comedians are like authors mass producing unoriginal paperbacks of little lasting note. Few comedians are like authors who produce brilliant, original works that stand the test of time, or even pretty decent books.
You’re only talented if:
Your sets are original, not tropes seen in 2000 comedy clubs every day
People routinely crack up at your material, not chuckle. Your set isn’t 3 decent jokes and 4 minutes of “haha, it’s funny enough and I guess we should be laughing” filler. Again: anyone decently funny could do the latter
You can easily write jokes people crack up at; it’s not a belaboured process
If you’re in an underrepresented group (I’m in one myself), your set would be just as remarkable if performed by a middle-aged white man (obviously with some jokes changed). You’re not in any way coasting on being promoted for diversity’s sake. Your set is good because it’s funny, not because it’s “sorta funny, and it’s nice to see (your group) up there”.
Pursue comedy if it’s fun, but most people are pretty average.
r/RPClipsGTA • u/WarmCompetition2 • 10h ago
Clip [lord_kebun] Jewelry & Rellics to be removed from the city soon
r/RPClipsGTA • u/xkalborx • 16h ago
4HEAD | NoPixel GG Moves out
r/RPClipsGTA • u/PurpleAxel • 11h ago
Kyle | IgniteRP Lionel Riggs becomes the first State Marshal of Los Santos
r/DrDisrespectLive • u/samaxe1000 • 20h ago
Deleting WARZONE2 now. Thanks Doc for defending NickMercs. Noble.
r/Conservative • u/BeachCruisin22 • 19h ago
There is no process: That Time President Obama Apparently Disclosed Classified Intel Information
r/OntarioLandlord • u/Thiscantbelegalcanit • 22h ago
News/Articles Not every n12 is delivered in bad faith
r/CombatFootage • u/No-Relationship-4778 • 21h ago
Video Ka-52 hit a tank of the AFU in the South-Donetsk direction
r/tjournal_refugees • u/Icy_Material_245 • 7h ago
📣 Мнения Почему я считаю, что украинцам можно шутить про мертвых россиян
Такие шутки помогают выпустить агрессию от очередного теракта, а также не забывать благодаря кому он произошел. К россиянам сначала, до войны, потом до полномасштабного вторжения, относились по человечески. Они все равно, в большинстве, решили что имеют право нас убивать. Нам нужно помнить на что они способны, чтоб в будущем быть готовыми к очередному геноциду, я считаю - это вопрос национальной безопасности Украины. Не должно быть после войны желания убрать забор на границе, потому что мы вернемся в ту же точку. И они должны понимать, что с цветами встречать их армию не будут никогда. А некий человек уже забыл про все преступления рф и дальше тащит к нам россиян, которые ничего не решают, не донатят ЗСУ, и умалчивают сколько же путинов в россии.
И шутки - это не призывы убивать или совершать другие преступления, а один из способов выхода негативных эмоций, которых больше чем нужно.
r/IASIP • u/thenisaidbitch • 6h ago
Two men from 2005 that have gotten SO MUCH plastic surgery they don’t even look the same in 2023
It couldn’t be…I dunno…aging and a spray tan right?
r/politics • u/robywar • 19h ago
The Pentagon Is Freaking Out About a Potential War With China
r/suns • u/Shoddy_Ad7511 • 7h ago
Suns were the 2nd best team in the NBA
No one took 2 games from Denver. They are destroying the Heat.
And this is with CP3 missing more than half the series and Ayton missing Game 6.
We got it next year
r/legal • u/Tiloruckus • 12h ago
Considering how obvious Trump's crimes are with this latest 37 count indictment and all of the evidence, including his own recordings, how could he possibly get away with it?
Legal experts seem to think this is a slam dunk:
To veteran national security lawyer Kel McClanahan, it brought to mind "the Godfather — if it was reenacted by a five-year-old."
"I found it hilarious that some of his most incriminating things were recorded by his lawyers," McClanahan told Insider. "Beautiful."
To McClanahan, the executive director of National Security Counselors and a lecturer at George Washington University's law school, Smith's indictment against Trump is "masterfully written."
r/Conservative • u/triggernaut • 21h ago
Claim: Assisted Suicide Becomes 3rd Leading Cause of Death in Quebec — 7% of All Deaths
r/CringePurgatory • u/Barded_finch • 22h ago