It's 2:30am and you'll probably never see this. How many hundreds of brilliant, life-changing thoughts and ideas are lost on Reddit each day, simply due to being posted at the wrong time?
TIL everyone on Earth is in the same timezone and uses reddit at the exact same time.
Majority of users are american, though. greatly reduces the chances to get seen.
Well I don't see brilliant life-changing thoughts during prime time, so I'm gonna go out on a limb and say "0".
A quick Google search of 'Reddit demographics by country' yielded me this:
Scroll down to "Audience Geography" and check the percentage of US visitors, if you require a source about something so incredibly obvious.
" and triforce myself to read it properly." FTFY
It's reddit so none.
I see things that make me think all the time on reddit. Like why do meteorites always land in craters? you can't explain that!
From being on /sub/zelda a lot recently, every time majority or anything like it is said, my eyes read it as Majora. I have to pause and force myself to read it properly.
It's 3.50pm and I'm seeing this.
Reddit is always so full of self hatred. Reminds me of this quote:
"The first post on Reddit was about how Reddit was going downhill." You'll never guess where I read it. :)
For the lazy, 60% in the US, with 2nd place going to India, with 8%
What else is tech support supposed to do all day?
TIL I can see things that I'll probably never see.
Well, we don't need to hear you Goron about it.
This is swagtastic work my dear Watson.
It's 3:40 now, so either i should be calling you the doctor or your just a liar because everyone in the world uses reddit at the same time. Everyone knows that.