/r/mylittlepony is the premier subreddit for all things related to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Here all fans can discuss the show, share creative works, or connect with fellow members of the community in a safe for work and friendly environment.
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/r/Zombies' raison de la mort is to host submissions regarding gatherings, movies, books, music, theater, speculative science, and games featuring the flesh (and/or brain) eating dead. Non-zombie "zombie" news (re: banks, computers) will be deleted. If you have doubts, or are just wondering whether your nascent question has been ridden into the ground already, check out our FAQ.
This is a subreddit dedicated to Nicolas Cage, the deity. Here, we worship and collect all content relating to the Cage, through which we hope to discern His Holy Word. We welcome all, as the Lord would, but still fight against the temptation of John Travolta. Come, come, and hear the Truth!
Workaholics is a television sitcom that premiered on Comedy Central on April 6, 2011. The series is going on it's sixth season, and is predominantly written by its stars Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, and Anders Holm who play three recent college graduates, roommates, and co-workers at Telamericorp, a telemarketing company, living in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Television veteran Kevin Etten is the series' showrunner. It is a slacker comedy with an ironic title.
A subreddit to entertain the idea that ALL successful posts on Reddit have some karma-grubbing conspiracy behind them. Share your revelations, however outlandish they may seem, and help shed some light on the evil all around us.