This subreddit is a forum in which users can submit pictures or videos of examples of crappy or just plain funny off-brand versions of various products. These examples can be both from present day as well as from the past. We also encourage submission of examples on film and TV where a name-brand product is substituted for something more absurd. Also encouraged are posts of bad knock-offs (fake visions of products that fail to resemble the original in pretty obvious and hilarious ways).
Welcome to /r/dontdeadopeninside, it's for signs/media that read as nonsense if read normally: from left to right: [The OG](http://i.imgur.com/Ipg62jA.jpg) Read [the sidebar here](/r/dontdeadopeninside/about/sidebar) first before submitting.
*Like when the food hella good, you say bone apple tea, it's like french or some shit.* **This sub is for malapropisms.** A [malapropism](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malapropism) is the mistaken use of a **real, dictionary-defined** incorrect word in place of a **real, dictionary-defined**, similar-sounding word, resulting in a nonsensical, sometimes humorous utterance. An example from baseball player Yogi Berra: "Texas has a lot of electrical votes", rather than "electoral votes."
/r/entitledparents is a place you can put all those wonderful stories of moms or dads thinking that because they have kids they are entitled to everything. Stories about spoiled children with their entitled parent(s) are also welcome.
A place to talk about stupid 'deep and meaningful' philosophy found on blogs, tumblr, facebook, reddit, or anywhere else. Insights that people should have outgrown by the time they were 14. Jaden Smith is our patron saint, with many deep twitter posts.
Terrible memes, a mix of all the shitty meme subs with a hint of grandma.
r/teenagers is the biggest community forum run by teenagers for teenagers. Our subreddit is primarily for discussions and memes that an average teenager would enjoy to discuss about. We do not have any age-restriction in place but do keep in mind this is targeted for users between the ages of 13 to 19. Parents, teachers, and the like are welcomed to participate and ask any questions!