created in 2009
For Identification Of Unknown Objects, i.e., Weird Creatures, Ancient Kitchen Gadgets, Funny-Looking Screwdrivers, Other Random Artifacts.
Do you miss something that seems to have been wiped from existence, like a game or an old candy? Does it seem impossible for search engines to help even with the correct name? Describe it here as much as possible, and hopefully someone can help you out!
One of the largest internet thrift store forums to share you finds from anywhere thrifty - garage sales, flea markets, pawn shops and more. Come on over to be a part of our fantastic community where you can talk to others who share a passion for finding great deals on every type of item imaginable!
We welcome longtime collectors as well as brand new collectors and non-collectors. We can help you ID mystery coins, but we'll need clear photos of the coin itself, without a lot of extraneous background. Giant blurry photos are of little help, and a flatbed scanner sometimes works better than a phone camera. Please limit yourself to 10 coins per submission, max.
r/translator is the community for Reddit translation requests.
Need something translated? Post here!
We will help you translate any language, including Japanese, Chinese, German, Arabic, and many others. If you speak more than one language - especially rare ones - and want to put your multilingual skills to use, come join us!
Is it blocked, broken, burning, busted, clogged, cracked, creaking, crippled, crushed, damaged, dead, defective, dented, dirty, disassembled, dysfunctional, faulty, failing, frayed, grinding, haywire, jammed, jerry-rigged, in pieces, incomplete, leaking, lodged, loose, malfunctioning, out of order, ripped, run down, ruptured, rusted, scratched, separated, severed, shattered, shredded, smashed, smoking, sparking, split, stalling, stuck, torn, warped, wonky?
We're Here to Help.