These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Know Your Meme
Creator's Pet: The Fine Bros React videos often get put on the front page, even though the community keeps downvoting them.
The same goes for articles on Advice Animals - most of the time, the content will make the front page (even with little spread outside of Reddit) and will irritate the community, and if an article of the sort is confirmed, users are annoyed even more. Some Advice Animals are not subject to this treatment, but most of them are.
Critical Research Failure: In the episode about "The Lying Down Game", they discussed how memes can undergo a sort of convergent evolution, comparing a photo fad in Britain of people lying down in strange places to a different, Korean photo fad of people playing dead in reference to Shin Chan. They compared this type of thing to how the flying squirrel and sugar glider evolved separately on separate continents, one as a marsupial and one as amammal. It could possibly be excused by how they focus in the study of memes and not much else.
Ensemble Darkhorse: The Bad Luck Brian image macro has become the community's poster child for a legitimate meme that's been ignored by the mods in favor of fads or Forced Memes. The profile image of BLB itself lampshades it! Impressive, considering BLB was initially utterly hated by the community.
Growing the Beard: There's usually a substantial increase in quality before an article is confirmed.
Network Decay: People in the comments have been concerned that the site is starting to drift too much into a news site, especially in relation to the Occupy Wall Street movement and the United States election, or into a fads website displaying every trend on Reddit.
Replacement Scrappy: Tumblr fads eventually began replacing Advice Animals as the run-of-mill "meme" of the week, to the point some users expressed less hatred toward the few AAs that did appear.