r/NoStupidQuestions 19h ago Wholesome Platinum Silver Gold

Answered “You can’t comment here because you haven’t commented enough”

6.1k Upvotes

Ok so apparently I’m unable to comment anywhere on Reddit because I immediately get an automatic response informing me my comment has been deleted/disabled/hidden/beaten with sticks due to my low comment karma.

I don’t understand this. I’m sure there’s good reasons for it all, said autobot messages say stuff about spam and the like.

But how am I supposed to increase this if I can’t comment anywhere? Is there some other way to do it? My Reddit know-how is limited, but I thought comment karma is from making comments that get upvoted?

Thanks in advance 🙏


r/NoStupidQuestions 9h ago

Do Americans actually just go and pick up Mexican immigrants from a street corner for manual labor?

194 Upvotes

I've seen this happen in a few TV shows and I'm really curious to know if this is really a thing


r/NoStupidQuestions 1d ago

If the Right to Bare Arms was intended to allow citizens to fight back against a corrupt government/military, what purpose does it still serve in modern times against a military that has tanks, cruise missiles, and nukes?

1.7k Upvotes

I asked a Conservative friend this and he said he thinks citizens should also have access to tanks, cruise missiles, and nukes.


r/NoStupidQuestions 8h ago

Answered If purple dye was so hard to make historically, why couldn't red and blue dyes have been combined?

67 Upvotes

This is one of those things that has never sat with me and I just want to understand why.

Purple is associated with royalty because the dye required shells or something else quite scarce, and it's often stated that this is why purple doesn't appear in many national flags and things like that.

I don't actually care too much about the actual process of making purple dye, I simply want to know why they didn't just mix red and blue. Were pigments somehow different back then and couldn't be blended for whatever reason?


r/NoStupidQuestions 7h ago

Unanswered Will I look like an idiot if I go to urgent care for zoloft withdrawal?

32 Upvotes

I’ve been taking 100 mg of sertraline for probably over 2 years now and long story short, kept forgetting to fill them the last few days. Been wanting to stop anyway, so decided to keep going cold turkey. I’m nearing day 6, and it’s unbearable. Will I be turned away or is it pointless to even go in? I feel like I have the worst flu.


r/NoStupidQuestions 1d ago Silver Helpful

How do they find actors to play the roles of ugly people?

862 Upvotes

Do they just tell them:

  • Hey we need someone who looks like ass and it turns out you're a 2 on a good day

and the actor/actress just goes:

  • Sick,all those years working on being as ugly as possible finally paid off —yay!

Is it like a specialization for some actors? I know that sometimes they hire conventionally attractive people and just drown them in make up and prosthetics, so I can see how in that case the artist's ego would be fine, but sometimes... It's just their face, you know?


r/NoStupidQuestions 6h ago

is the nuclear war actually gonna happen?

22 Upvotes

hearing about biden's words of armageddon really frighten me and is making my anxiety act up terribly. is just empty threats on putin's side? or ... i need some reassurance, please. no jokes.


r/NoStupidQuestions 16h ago

Why don't plus size models have double chins?

139 Upvotes

r/NoStupidQuestions 15h ago

Would ppl still want marijuana for its medical properties if they could not get high while smoking it?

113 Upvotes

r/NoStupidQuestions 1h ago

Is it normal to hate every human voice around you when you want things to be silent?

Upvotes

The title basically explains it. I hate everyone that speaks and that even includes some members of my family. Is this normal? It’s not that I want things to be completely silent, it’s just that I want to focus and relax.


r/NoStupidQuestions 11h ago

Why do creepy guys who spam women on dating apps always seem to have atrocious grammar?

33 Upvotes

r/NoStupidQuestions 5h ago

How do I become more self-disciplined?

9 Upvotes

Every day i tell myself the same things like: “I’m gonna wake up early tomorrow” or “tonight I have to sleep early” or “5 more minutes of TikTok and then I’ll start working” or “I’ll do a quick workout at 9am” and I never follow through.. especially in the mornings.. I set 20 alarms and I always tell myself “once you wake up you gotta get out of bed” but I never do and I end up snoozing through them all or just lying in bed on Instagram until I’m forced to get out! Why am I like this?? I want to change but in those moments I’m so weak and I like instant gratification!


r/NoStupidQuestions 6h ago

If i change my password on google does it log every device out?

9 Upvotes

r/NoStupidQuestions 17m ago

How do you get charged with simple marijuana possession at the federal level?

Upvotes

With Bidens recent announcement that he would pardon those with simple marijuana possession at the federal level I was wondering how does one get charged with possession and it be federal. Seems like it’d be more at the local / state level for simple possession.


r/NoStupidQuestions 9h ago

We don't have candycorn in my country, what do they taste like?

16 Upvotes

They look like they taste gross..

Edit: Thanks, glad we don't have them tbf


r/NoStupidQuestions 3h ago

Anyone else feels like crying?

5 Upvotes

R/rantplease


r/NoStupidQuestions 52m ago

If 100 years is a century, 1000 a milennia, then what are 10k,100k and a 1M years called?

Upvotes

If there's even words for those that is


r/NoStupidQuestions 53m ago

since they can't show emotions, would lobotomites be better at poker?

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r/NoStupidQuestions 6h ago

Unanswered I always delay hard things, my brain is blocking me to do difficult and unpleasant things and I keep wasting my time as I do not want to do it (e.g studying, work). Always leaving until last moment

8 Upvotes

I am working out, sleeping well. But I am always in a constant battle with my head to do productive things. Always before I go sleep thinking how not good of a day it was and tomorrow it will be much better and I keep imagining how productive I will be

Wake up...

Same sh*t

I know it basically procrastination but something in my head would rather do something I like instead of something mentally difficult. Maybe someone had similar issues. I can study well one day and then next day and then 3rd day cycle breaks. Should I try building a habit but so much energy used to start doing things :/


r/NoStupidQuestions 1h ago

Why do we get names like Christian, but we don't get names like Muslim, Hindu?

Upvotes

For example you get a name like Christian Johnson, but you'll never hear a Muslim Johnson or Jew Johnson


r/NoStupidQuestions 7h ago

In your opinion, what differentiates manipulation from strategy, when it comes to human interaction?

7 Upvotes

Back when I actually cared to pick up ladies, I definitely consciously thought of what the next optimal move was. In my perspective this is strategy. This is one of very many social interactions where one might ‘think of the next move’ and pursue an action to get a reaction. My question is, at what point is it considered manipulation in your opinion, and no longer strategy?