If you can't stand the deafening roar of Top Bants from the nearby table of lads having a cheeky Nandos (Gazza u ledge), or if you habitually apologise when someone bumps into you, r/britishproblems is the place for you.
It's a haven of British awkwardness ranging from having to make small talk to that same stranger on the train every morning, to carrying an umbrella when it's not raining. A great way to verify that you're not alone in this world.
'Music French people might play at a party or just with friends around' is a section of reddit dedicated to, well, it's all in the name really. I have yet to ask a French person to verify the accuracy of the submissions, but I'm working on expensing a work trip across southern France to gather the most accurate scientific results I can.
I'd rather not, you understand, but I'm willing to do anything to further our understanding of such an important topic.
This sub is pretty self explanatory. If you're a Game of Thrones fan, I suspect you'll let out a hearty chuckle, and perhaps unleash a little smile. Or maybe you'll expel a little puff of air out of your nostrils and move on to the next internet list.