Reddit is a social news site and it has long been known for its community of users who share the same interests as its more mainstream counterparts.
In fact, the site has become so popular in recent years that a popular image has gone viral, with users posting it as a way to share content they’d like to share.
Reddit users are known for their creativity and flair.
Some have created memes, and a popular meme is “The Reddit Dumpster.”
But while many Redditors have created some of the site’s most popular memes, the subreddit known as r/funny has also been known to get a little too serious, as a recent post from the r/thedaily posted by one user showed.
It’s a subreddit that is dedicated to sharing jokes and memes that have gone viral on the site.
The meme is called “The Dumpsters,” and it’s a reference to a common joke involving a person who is a dumpster fire.
The subreddit also uses the tag “Redditdude” in reference to some of its most popular users.
In the post, a user from the subreddit, “r/funniest”, says that if you want “to stay, I think I would like to stay.”
The post quickly went viral and it was shared hundreds of thousands of times.
A Reddit representative told Mashable that they received the post and that the user was banned for posting it.
Reddit said that the post is no longer up, and the Reddit user did not respond to a request for comment.