It's easy to look back to centuries or decades past as quaint eras of dating. But TBH, a lot has has changed even within the last five years. One of the main shifts has been toward keeping things "chill" — that is to say, ambiguous AF. It's all about going with the flow, lingering in the grey area, and embracing it, even though you secretly want commitment and the labels. So, does being "chill" while dating actually work?
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But the mindf— they snuck into a new episode is on a whole different level, as it was specifically aimed at Reddit users who love to theorize about the show. The episode centers around Mia Andrea Riseborough who helped her friend Rob Andrew Gower cover up a hit-and-run death. In a scene where Rob comes to his old pal 15 years later, begging for her to let him confess, he hands her an article about the man they killed. Naturally, commenters started freaking out about the hidden message, accusing Brooker — who has previously held an AMA Ask Me Anything on Reddit with his co-showrunner Annabel Jones — of screwing with them.
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Flags via Wikimedia commons. Background screencap and Snoo via Reddit. It should come as little surprise that Reddit, the mega-popular message board and self-declared "front page of the Internet," is now the fourth most popular website in the US , beat only by Google, YouTube, and Facebook. It's become a perfunctory press tour stop for celebrities and politicians, played a critical role in historical political events , and, much to the dismay of the site's top brass, has also turned into a hotbed of hatred and bigotry. As Reddit's profile and popularity has risen, its management has historically shown a touch-and-go approach to policing certain of its subreddits member-founded-and-moderated communities, where users gather to discuss anything under the sun —especially, until recent years, the most toxic among them.
Registered members submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down by other members. Posts are organized by subject into user-created boards called "subreddits", which cover a variety of topics including news, science, movies, video games, music, books, fitness, food, and image-sharing. Submissions with more up-votes appear towards the top of their subreddit and, if they receive enough up-votes, ultimately on the site's front page. Despite strict rules prohibiting harassment, Reddit's administrators spend considerable resources on moderating the site.