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Celebrities hold a special place in our hearts. We see them on screen, we read their books, we listen to their music and podcasts, and we hold them in a high regard.

Our societies celebrates celebrities, as the name suggests, so as we see our hero's lives come to an end, it can feel like a huge loss.

Reddit user aliensockmonkey asked:

Which celebrity's death actually made you cry?

In this thread of emotional comments, people shared their fondness and influence of those no longer with us and celebrated the lives they lead.

This article does contain mentions of suicide and death.

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In a world where we are binge watching anything we can get our hands on, what makes a series finally worth while? Well, a Redditor asked users to weigh in.

User sifsand from reddit asked:

"What show had the perfect ending?"

A few things that people may want out of an ending is satisfaction. Was it earned? We want to see our hero's win and our villain's fall. At the same time, sometimes we wish our characters stories didn't have to come to an end and we keep hoping for more.

Here's what people had to say about some of the most popular series and the most underrated series.


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What's the sign of a great restaurant? Well, the most likely to know are the professionals. Reddit user ballinlikemyname wanted to know how the rest of us home cooks should select our next dinner date location.

ballinlikemyname asked:

"Chefs, what do you look for when you select a restaurant to dine at?

Not only did people share their red flags, but also how they know a restaurant is going to be good.

Here's some helpful hints from professional chefs and food industry workers to help you pick your next meal.

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Reddit has the ability to bring people from all over the world together. This time, Reddit user MrKnowsEverything asked a serious question of the doctors of the world.

MrKnowsEverything posted:

"Doctors of reddit, what is the rarest disease that you've encountered in your career?"

The responses ranged from genetic mutations, to mental disorders, to injury from an accident. Often, leaving doctors with more questions than answer. A few stories end in a miracle, and a few in tragedy.

Some of these tales are gruesome. So, readers beware.

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When you're young and just learning about the world, you'll believe just about anything. Whether it's something someone told you, an over exaggeration, or your mind running wild with imagination, these responses from ask reddit are pretty ridiculous.

u/RandomUser98757932 asked:

"What's the stupidest thing you believed as a kid?"

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