A bunch of things people didn’t know what the f*** they were, solved by the Internet
No matter how bloody smart we think we are, there’s just no comparison for the combined knowledge of a hive-mind or a team of bloody awesome people. Just for the sake of it, think about all the people you’ve met or spoken to in the last year and the various things they all know. S**t, even your mates and their weird bloody interests all add up to a metric s**t-tonne of knowledge. To prove it, here’s a bunch of s**t people identified in zero seconds flat online…
There’s really nothing worse than finding something and not knowing what the f**k it is. You want to know, but you’re just not sure. Thankfully, there’s a place you can go to find out exactly what that strange f**king object you’ve discovered is. Bloody Reddit.
Fair dinkum, their What is this thing subreddit has nearly 900,000 members. All of whom know what some random pieces of s**t are. When you combine their ability to identify that s**t, you’ve got a bloody superpower on your hands.
We’re not just talking about everyday s**t that you’re dumb arse couldn’t identify either. We’re not even talking about the sort of s**t you might be able to run a Google photo search on. Yeah, nah, we’re talking all sorts of obscure and rare s**t. We’re even talking about s**t that might require specialised knowledge.
Anyway, have a f**ken squiz at a few of these random as f**k objects and marvel at the combined brain power of heaps of know-it-all mother**kers.
Final thought: There’s no bloody doubt that this is a prime example of what us humans can achieve when we work together. People of all creeds and colours know what random things are, and because they want to help each other, they do. Imagine if the whole world wanted to solve problems like climate change or hunger. Imagine.
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