r/NoStupidQuestions 14h ago

Legally, what’s stopping me from selling completely fake drugs under the guise of them being real, because I wouldn’t actually be drug dealing?


r/NoStupidQuestions 11h ago LOVE!

In Japan school children clean their own classrooms, which teaches them responsibility. Why don't all countries do this? It seems like a no brainer


r/NoStupidQuestions 19h ago Helpful

What's a good causal date idea if I don't drink alcohol, coffee or tea?


r/NoStupidQuestions 9h ago

Are you supposed to insert your finger a little when wiping/showering? NSFW


r/NoStupidQuestions 8h ago Helpful

From an evolution standpoint how did homosexuality happen if it does not provide any advantages because two people of the same sexuality can not reproduce?


I tried so hard to not make this sound homophobic, please don’t kill me

r/NoStupidQuestions 11h ago

If Trump wanted to keep classified documents, why wouldn’t he just photograph or make copies of them and return the originals, as opposed to refusing to return the originals?


r/NoStupidQuestions 16h ago

Why isn't discrimination against ugly people treated as seriously as other forms of discrimination?


Edit : I'm really sorry if it seemed like I'm trying to compare it to other forms of discrimination, I have very severe body dysmorphia and I'm having an awful day

r/NoStupidQuestions 17h ago

Do you need permission to follow another redditor? I've followed a lot of people before, and have been followed by people , and never spoken to any of them. Today someone I followed has just challenged me on not asking permission before adding them and told me it's a "red flag". Am I in the wrong?


r/NoStupidQuestions 18h ago Hugz

Answered What was the purpose of Lizzo playing an old flute?


Like, was there a meaning or substance behind it? Obviously it doesn’t make sense to get mad about it, but like, why are we talking about it at all? Why was this a public spectacle? I’m inclined to believe this was done for no reason other than to bait a response, but am curious if anyone knows better

r/NoStupidQuestions 13h ago

Why are billboards allowed when anything else that can distract while driving is banned?


r/NoStupidQuestions 13h ago

Do non-Brits know about the masterpiece that is Hot Fuzz?


r/NoStupidQuestions 1d ago Helpful

Why are eggs not vegan? The hens(?) don’t get hurt or anything when laying eggs.


Is it because of the way the hens are just mass-bred and live in shit conditions sometimes?

r/NoStupidQuestions 17h ago

Answered Why do we need to feel loved?


I've been a loner my whole life. No friends or a significant other. When my peers were going out partying and socializing I stayed in playing video games. And I loved it. I had more fun being alone than being with friends.

Obeying the social contract is hard, and you are in debt to your friends and they are in debt to you, that's how I see it. I want to be truly free. I want to go anywhere I want, do anything I want, whenever I want. I don't want to ask a friend if they want to go there and what time they can make it. I want to just do it.

That's how I lived until now, at 25, I started wanting to feel loved. Why? Being loved is simply someone else deeming you worthy of their attention and their time. I don't want to be judged by anyone. I want to be who I want to be, not who someone else might fall in love with.

So how do I make my stupid monkey brain to stop wanting to be eternally dependant and on the debt of some other human being?

r/NoStupidQuestions 18h ago

Answered What is the difference between fetishizing someone's trait and being attracted to someone? NSFW


so like the title some people on reddit seem to not like being fetishized but I do not understand what the difference between it and someone being attracted to someone for a certain quality.

r/NoStupidQuestions 4h ago

Why do fashion shows exist? everytime I see something from a fashion show the model is always wearing some outlandish outfit you'd never see being worn on a day to day basis so do the shows exist just to see who can come up with the most bizarre concept regardless if it is in fashion or not?


r/NoStupidQuestions 7h ago

Why can police, FBI etc lie to a suspect and it’s perfectly legal, yet it’s a crime for that suspect to lie to police, FBI etc?


r/NoStupidQuestions 16h ago

Why does a religious person believe that only THEIR religion is the right one?


I’m not religious but why and how do religious people not question religion and “gods” themselves when there are hundreds of different religions and gods. What makes theirs the correct and only one , and what makes them real

r/NoStupidQuestions 12h ago

Does anybody else see 'Audio On' or 'Wait till the end' and just immediately switch off the short/video?


r/NoStupidQuestions 1d ago Wholesome

Am i the only one who as a kid, had random moments of ‘i will remember this’ and subsequently reason remember mundane things 20 years later


Like I distinctly remember standing at a bus stop with a mars advert on a completely regular day and saying to myself ‘ill remember this’ and i do.

Why? Is this a universal experience, if so what do you have like this memory?

Edit: sorry title was supposed to say subsequently for some reason’

r/NoStupidQuestions 2h ago

Do women even still like being approached?


r/NoStupidQuestions 20h ago

If magazine models are heavily photoshopped anyway, why doesn’t the industry just bring in ugly people and photoshop them


r/NoStupidQuestions 1h ago

Why is America so hated on Reddit?


Everywhere, I see people digging into America constantly. I get that the country has quite a few issues (especially in politics), but it seems that America is constantly portrayed as some dump filled with complete morons. Why is that?

r/NoStupidQuestions 8h ago

Answered Okay so when a character in a show takes out a clip in a gun and checks how much ammo they have how do they do that do they count the bullets real quickly or what. NSFW


r/NoStupidQuestions 6h ago

Why don't many Americans talk about Yellow Mellow?


I'm Canadian and have once been to an American McDonald's. I was blown away to find a drink called Yellow Mellow - I never saw it in Canada. Every soda fountain's beverage is usually well-known, and yet, I had never heard of Yellow Mellow before, even though I hang out on Reddit which has a lot of Americans. Do Americans not like Yellow Mellow? Do they not try it? Do they just not talk about it very much? Is it not a part of their culture in the same way Coca Cola and Sprite is? Please explain. It's delicious.

r/NoStupidQuestions 3h ago

How do I explain to my girlfriend that sometimes when we're just talking I'll almost "zone out" from what she's talking about and forget what she just told me because I'm just in awe of her presence? And not that I'm actually just zoning out or don't care. Cause I feel bad about it haha