Most of you are probably already familiar with Quora, a super famous website where people can ask questions and get answers from other internet users. The best they’re able to tell you at this point. It’s a really sociable approach to find answers to any questions you may have, as people may also remark on the answers. In the end, you get a wide range of perspectives, some of which you never anticipated to hear.
However, the questions themselves are frequently the most engaging element of the test. Some of them are so wacky and odd that they’ll leave you feeling like you unsure of what time period you’re in. That’s when the r/InsanePeopleQuora subreddit comes into play. It’s an online community dedicated to collecting the strangest posts on question-and-answer websites like Quora. We’ve gathered some of their best featured posts and are sharing them with you.
So gather your friends, grab some popcorn, and settle in for a journey through the bizarre world of Quora. Don’t forget to give the images that made you laugh the most a thumbs up. There’s always the option to share weird Quora questions you’ve come across in the past in the comment section for everyone else to see.
When I contacted the subreddit’s moderator team, they were eager to chat about the network, its past, and why Quora is so famous. Scroll down to read the rest of the chat with them.
#1 It’s Easy to Spread Dumfounding Stupidity
#2 Laugh or not?
#3 Mom denies that depression exists. Fortunately, the person who responded is completely normal and not insane at all.
The ‘Insane People Quora’ subreddit has been active since June 2018 and recently celebrated its third birthday. More than 291k people have joined the community over that time period. Most of the people who visit the group do so to get their daily dosage of bizarre news that serves as a reminder to them (and to all of us!) that reality is frequently stranger than fiction.
According to founder, InsanePeopleQuora’s the online community was created when the quantity of Quora posts shared on r/insanepeoplefacebook increased, serving as a “catch-all for social media craziness.” There was a need for a subreddit solely for Quora posts.
#4 What Is It With Parents And Their 14-Year-Old Children’s Stuffed Animals?
#5 Wait…. What?
#6 What are you talking about? She intends to call the cops on the individual who is minding his own business in his own home.
#7 My own privacy being violated
#8 Did she really break up with me?
#9 What can we even call this?
#10 Is this even fair?
#12 Before baby bottles and formula were invented, all women were lesbian.
#13 This is awful, and it’s also child abuse.
#14 Champ, Don’t Forget About The Padded Bra!
#15 is it actually an issue of the child or the parent?