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Reddit Asks The Question: What Do You Proudly Do The 'Wrong' Way?

By Petr Knava | reddit | December 13, 2017 |

By Petr Knava | reddit | December 13, 2017 |



Stop what you’re doing. I know I bring you a lot of Reddit goodness—Knava giveth and Knava does not taketh away—but on this occasion you really wanna take some time and sink your teeth into this, because this might be my favourite Reddit thread in a long time. And that’s really saying something.

The other day, Reddit asked the question: What do you proudly do ‘wrong’? I’m not quite sure why, but I found myself absolutely gorging on it until I completely lost track of time. Some topics just get you, I guess. Here, here is the full thread, which I encourage you to lose half a day to when you’re next hungover or whatever, but below I’ve picked out some highlights for you. Enjoy:


Petr Knava lives in London and plays music

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