Top Ten Weirdest SubredditsReddit is a huge website consisting of over a million subreddits. With that said, reddit also consists some of the weirdest and most specific subreddits, and you may have stumbled on one of them once and you go "what?" Out of one million, this lists presents some of the most weirdest subreddits, some of them which are very obscure.
A subreddit where people simply rate their own poops. One of the most disgusting subreddits to document on this site. View at your own risk.
Some people are really mature!
This subreddit was originally made as a comfort zone for people with alzheimer's disease and dementia to interact with each other. But the strangest thing is, the content of the subreddit doesn't really fit its name. As you scroll down, you'll notice the feed pretty much is spammed with ridiculous garfield comic memes, and random posts.
At first, you may have thought this is an interesting subreddit that discusses about real life world problems about poor countries, but apparently it turns out the content consists of random memes and posts. What's even more interesting, there are even more subreddits that are related to this subreddit, and these include r/fifthworldproblems r/sixthworldproblems r/seventhworldproblems, and it goes on until r/infiniteworldproblems. The more you dig deeper into the rabbit hole, the more bizarre it gets. View at your own risk.
One of the most bizarre subreddits to be known among the weird, taking CSS and surreal humor at its peak, especially when viewing it in the old layout
A sub dedicated to crabs eating things. It may be a strange specific subreddit, but it is interesting to view in detail.
This subreddit seems pretty more interesting than weird. Instead of real humans, this subreddit is run by bots. However, you can't comment or create one of the posts as it is a simulator (hence the name). If you browse enough through this subreddit, you'll notice that every comment on the posts are off-topic and pretty much randomized.
One of the weirdest subreddits that consists of images of bread stapled to trees (hence the name) but what's a bit more bizarre that this sub managed to somehow gain traction, with almost 300k members. (287k as of October 2020). There's another notable subreddit which is much more obscure which is r/treesstapledtobread. Pretty much opposite, although the posts seem quite more off topic to its name.
This is pretty much one of the most bizarre subreddit so far. Originally meant to be an inside joke, but it somehow grew up with over 60k+ members. It's dedicated to people impersonating themselves as birds and going to war with the "mudmen". I mean, what?
It doesn't surprise me that there are some bizarre subreddits but 60k subscribers is a shock I thought I had too much time on my hands.
This subreddit is apparently, pictures of Ian sleeping, literally (which is apparently taken by his roommate). What's even stranger is that, it somehow managed to gain a bit of traction despite having a few pictures on its history, and most notably, this subreddit has been going on since 8 years, so credit to the longevity to that.
Ah yes, the enemy of the r/enlightenedbirdmen subreddit. This is pretty much similar as to the previously mentioned subreddit, although it has lesser members than compared to r/enlightenedbirdmen.
An extremely specific subreddit that is dedicated to posting images of wolves doing things to watermelons.
Yet another extremely specific subreddit dedicated to trees merging with objects.
A weird subreddit dedicated to bathing/showering while eating citrus fruits (most commonly oranges)
Basically the same as fourthworldproblems, although posts seem to be more bizarre compared to that subreddit.
Another weird specific subreddit dedicated to goats climbing or standing on top of horses.
Remove the "d" out of r/dankmemes, then you'll get this specific meme subreddit dedicated to making ankylosaurus related memes. A pretty obscure subreddit standing at almost 20k members.
The content on this site really gives entertainment for days.