"What's something people assume about you when they first meet you?" –– That was today's burning question from Redditor mozzasanasur, who reminded us how it's so easy for people to refer to stereotypes.
"Nice" guys are typically anything but.
Suffice it to say that if you actually are one, there's no need to declare it. Case in point: Redditor Between3and20eh's decision to ask the online community: "Women who gave "nice guys" a chance how did it work out?"
Not all babies are created equal, as we learned when Redditor amazinghunter495 asked the online community: "What's the best way to tell someone their baby is ugly?"
"Teachers of Reddit, what secrets have you found out about your students that they don't know you know?" –– This was today's burning question from Redditor thesilvacamel, who reminded us that our teachers were (and are) far more perceptive than their students might believe.