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Reddit is a very large news aggregator similar to Digg or Fark.com. Its structure is based around "subreddits", separate topic-specific aggregators which can be easily created. Although it isn't a wiki, The Wiki Rule is in full effect here, since subreddits can (and are) made for pretty much anything. And yes, there's a TV Tropes subreddit.Birthplace and center of worship for the Dark Lord Inglip.Reddit is proven to be actually more addictive than TV Tropes. Don't believe us? Here, try it for yourself, but don't say we didn't warn you.
Reddit provides examples of the following tropes:
Accentuate the Negative: Subreddits dedicated to mockery (like /r/thathappened or /r/cringe), especially the former, which expresses mocking disbelief towards almost anything.
/r/AdviceAnimals took its name from the "Advice Dog" image macro, which is now virtually non-existent. More of them now contain humans and most don't give any advice — until the "Advice Mallard" image macros were introduced.
On April 1st, 2014, there was much buzz on /r/AssassinsCreed about Ubisoft announcing that Watch_Dogs was the real title of their secretive Assassin's Creed: Comet project. Having apparently forgotten what day it was, the excitement even spilled over into /r/Gaming. Funnily enough, when the game was released, it was confirmed that it does, in fact take place in the same universe as Assassin's Creed.
Astroturf: Reddit's founders, Alexis Ohanian and Steve Huffman, admitted to submitting links under various usernames when the site first launched to make it look like it there were more people using it than there actually were.
Broken Pedestal: /u/unidan was a biologist almost universally loved by Reddit until an incident in 2014 when he lost his temper and it was revealed he had been using alternate accounts to manipulate votes. He's now mostly just another injoke (don't mention jackdaws), but many users seem to mourn the loss.
According to /r/hailcorporate, every post is secretly a viral marketing campaign.
Parodied with /r/karmaconspiracy and /r/conspiratard, the latter of which is dedicated to mocking Truthers, Illuminati freaks, and Ufologists.
Cringe Comedy: r/cringe collects unintentional examples, but is accused of being mean-spirited. /r/cringepics does much the same.
Cut Short: The infamous 'tree fiddy' (a South Park reference) stories posted by thehealeroftri (and others) open with a typically believable, interesting premise, then right before the climax of the story, typically involve one of the main characters asking for $3.50, then turning into a prehistoric animal and swimming away.
Eagleland: r/murica parodies Type 2. There's several subreddits out there dedicated to bashing America, and it's not uncommon to see anger over the Pledge of Allegiance.
Enemy Mine: They have a long-standing rivalry with 4Chan, mainly due to being accused of forcing Advice Animals and stealing 4Chan memes (in some instances, they did steal, but in others, they didn't). But when 9GAG started gaining steam and started taking credit for stolen memes from both sites, they put aside their mutual dislike of each other to combine forces to take 9GAG down.
In a way, they and 4Chan can be seen as Vitriolic Best Buds because while they both most assuredly take pot shots at each other on site, many of the users frequent both sites, whether they want to admit it or not.
Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Novelty accounts, users who always post with a gimmick, generally have usernames that say exactly what they do. For example, Sure_Ill_Draw_That posts a drawing of whatever comment he replies to.
Frequently-Broken Unbreakable Vow: r/SubredditDrama has a rule against voting down comments in linked threads. However, when a thread is linked, the loser in the argument tends to accumulate a suspiciously low voting total. SRS also has a similar policy against participating in linked threads, but is also frequently accused of brigading.
Getting Crap Past the Radar: After r/creepshots was banned, another similar subreddit, r/cshots sprang up with almost the exact same content, but claiming to be pictures shot by and for lesbian women. After that was banned r/candidfashionpolice showed up, again with almost identical surreptitious photos of young women, with commentary in the style of swishy gay men criticizing their taste in clothes, and even the same mods. It's still up as of this writing.
r/offensive_wallpapers specializes in the art of sneaking offensive quotes into otherwise innocuous desktop wallpapers.
GIFT: The large userbase and loose moderation leads to many, many examples of the GIFT in action.
He-Man Woman Hater: Quite a few women (and men) on Reddit have complained about the site's skewed demographics (see There Are No Girls on the Internet) and outrageous sexism before, especially concentrated in /r/theredpill. r/shitredditsays is the main hub for these complaints (although it's a subreddit that's widely accused of questionable behavior and comments in and of itself).
"Hot girl posting on reddit? Upvoted! Oh wait you're not very attractive? REDDIT IS NOT YOUR FACEBOOK!!"
"I hate COD because all the games are similar, but I love Pokemon."
"9GAG sucks for stealing our original content. Also, upvote this 4chan image!"
Honor Before Reason: The admins have refused to deal with some of the subreddits that promote illegal activity because it would violate their belief in freedom of speech, only deleting subreddits like r/jailbait after media pressure.
The Internet Is for Porn: The large largelarge selection of NSFW subreddits. There's even a "randnsfw" button that, if enabled, will carry you to a random subreddit that is wholly tagged as "not safe for work", and the vast majority of those are porn.
The "SFW Porn" group of subreddits, which unanimously refer to "porn" in the Scenery Porn sense, i.e. pretty photos. Gets especially awkward with r/HumanPorn (which does occasionally have artful nudes) and r/AnimalPorn. This often will annoy redditors, who may not appreciate having the word "porn" in their history, no matter its intended use.
The Peeping Tom: In a major scandal (crassly dubbed "the Fappening") where many celebrities' private nude photos were illegally stolen from their phones, Reddit promptly became a hub for people distributing the leaked images. The offending subreddits were eventually shut down by the site admins, amid much controversy.
The Points Mean Nothing: Often said about the "karma" points users collect from upvotes, and yet users still fight over them. Given new life when Reddit went apeshit over staff decision to remove the ability to see the exact number of upvotes and downvotes.
Poe's Law: The initial reaction to r/pyongyang is generally confusion over whether it's serious or not. On the one hand, the idea of a bastion of English-language pro-North Korea propaganda on one of the most mainstream American sites is preposterous. On the other hand, they're very dedicated to the charade.
Pothole/Sinkhole: It's common practice to pothole to another subreddit to crack a joke, oftentimes even a nonexistent subreddit. invoked
Rank Inflation: r/trees has a number scale to indicate how high the poster is. The problem is that unlike 420chan's number scale, it's subjective (i.e.  is the highest the poster has ever been, as opposed to adhering to certain objective symptoms). The r/trees FAQ acknowledges that most  posts are exaggerations. Some posters have suggested  or similar to actually refer to being that ridiculously high, but they are quickly shot down.
Self-Parody: There are entire Reddit communities based around mocking Reddit, most notably r/circlejerk. Unfortunately, this often escalates into bullying.
Serial Escalation: When one user posts a certain image, some others decide to post a new image trying to either one-up the previous one, or add [Fixed] to the replacement image. By the time a random reader notices, it's the sixth time they've created a new escalation for a theme, and they've become increasingly efficient about it.
Karma points. Dear Lord. "Power users" with extremely high karma tend to attract a Hatedomjust for having high karma.
Subreddit sidebar rules.
Shaggy Dog Story: "Tree fiddy stories", via Memetic Mutation from South Park, where someone posts a long and ostensibly on-topic story, which ends up in a character asking for "about tree fiddy" and revealing himself to be a disguised Loch Ness monster.
Stealth Parody: One interpretation of r/shitredditsays is that its members talk about privileged people, namely Straight Able-bodied Cisgender White Males (SAWCASMs) the way they talk about minorities on Reddit.
Straw Misogynist: The Red Pill, one of the most hated and popular subreddits on the site, which loathes the "feminization" of modern American culture.
Female Misogynist: r/redpillwomen, which shares much of the same viewpoints, along with notorious flamewars between the regulars and other women popping up on the subreddit.
Stylistic Suck: /r/crappydesign is self-demonstrating, with Comic Sans as the default font for all text elements, an ugly, nonsensical banner, the sub name in barely-readable rainbow WordArt, a rotating upvote arrow, and a a downvote arrow with 'TM' superimposed on it.
Some subreddits have taken to turning their subreddits as ugly as possible when viewed through the NP (no posting, which happens when you come to the Subreddit through a link from another subreddit - this is to prevent brigading) filter.
Trademark Favorite Food: Bacon, Nutella. In a more condescending stereotype, Doritos/Cheetos and Mountain Dew, usually to mock game journalists, after an infamous interview from Gamespot where an absolutely miserable-looking journalist conducted a piece with Mountain Dew and Doritos prominently placed in the vid.
Troll: Many subreddits are full of these. It's usually best to assume that "I Am A" and "Ask Me Anything" posts are fake until proven otherwise; as you can imagine the idea is such a lure for trolls.
Trust Password: IamA and AMA posters are encouraged to verify their authenticity by submitting photos with a timestamp.
TV Tropes Will Ruin Your Life: It is considered slightly bad form to post a link to TV Tropes in a comment thread. Not that anyone there doesn't like us; just that once they get here they'll be stuck for the rest of the day.
Most of 4chan deeply despises Reddit, to the point where they've made hundreds of fake versions of Reddit's rage comics to troll themselves with. However, the hatred is generally one-sided. Something Awful hates Reddit for the same reason, on top of all the misogynistic, anti-theist, pedophillic, and creepy (not in the 'horror genre' sense) subreddits. They organized a giant raid to force Reddit's admins to shut down all the child porn subreddits.
Reddit has one of these with 9gag, Reddit having an entire sub-reddit devoted to complaining about 9gag, while most members of 9gag aren't even aware of that Reddit dislikes them.
Reddit has had a long-standing feud with Gawker, which boiled over in the violentacrez debacle, and further exploded with the "Gamergate" controversy.
A chunk of Redditors hate Imgur, for some bizarre reason, despite a healthy shared userbase, due to, well, Imgur being the primary go-to for Reddit uploads.