14 Things That Are Mildly Interesting

Business Insider

Our favorite part of Reddit is a relatively small subreddit called /r/MildlyInteresting. 

It's for the stuff that isn't mind-blowingly cool, but certainly isn't boring. Unfortunately, that usually means we can't write about it, but the fact is the subreddit is  absolutely delightful so we made an exception today. 

To prove that you should start following it,  here are 14 things you might find mildly interesting. 

Each individual thread is linked in the photo credit. 

This mutant daisy

View gallery

.
Mildly interesting mutant daisys

love2ring / Reddit

The comb for the dog and the comb for the man are exactly the same

View gallery

.
dog brush

CarisaDoll / Reddit

The speakers at St. Peter's Cathedral are camouflaged to look like the marble

View gallery

.
speakers camo mildly interesting

The Bearded Seer / Reddit


This dog sits in a mildly interesting fashion

View gallery

.
dog

lindsm7 / Reddit

These were supposed to be put back in a precise order. 

View gallery

.
mildly interesting

booyaboombastic / Reddit

The line that divides two towns runs directly down this road. 

View gallery

.
mildly interesting inequlaity

metromin / Reddit

This caterpillar has a Penguin-like pattern on its back

View gallery

.
catepillar

R7PR / Reddit

This machine wasn't spitting out change. The reason is mildly interesting. 

View gallery

.
frog

JewishMafia1 / Reddit

The shadow of this guy's gas cap looks like Batman.

View gallery

.
batman

ripripripriprip / Reddit

Gmail's new style spelled "A WAFFLE" 

View gallery

.
gchat waffles mildly interesting

zalone / Reddit


Check out the uniformity of these bubbles 

View gallery

.
bubbles

Shniva / Reddit

Facebook subtly changes depending on where you log in

Facebook

kukamunga / Reddit

This guy's toilet looks awesome due to a beam of light. 

View gallery

.
toilet

ShibuBaka / Reddit

This CAPCHA had the same word twice. The word was "same"

View gallery

.
captcha

Jimmy-Jammies / Reddit


Check out /r/MildlyInteresting here >

More From Business Insider

Rates

View Comments (0)