50 Times People Encountered Such ‘Power Moves’ Online, They Had To Immortalize It By Sharing Them On This Online Group

50 Times People Encountered Such ‘Power Moves’ Online, They Had To Immortalize It By Sharing Them On This Online Group


Active since the Autumn of 2015, The r/madlads online community on Reddit is a real madhouse of entertainment, joy, and human beings doing incredibly mundane things and celebrating it like party animals… even though others see it as being completely over-the-top reactions and nobody asked them to make such power moves.

Have a scroll through some of the top power moves that ‘mad lads’ have been doing, upvote your fave pics, and get ready to have a grand old time. Be sure to check out the subreddit and join their growing community of 1.67 million members. Just remember to read the rules.

Bored Panda reached out to u/RalphiesBoogers, a moderator at the ‘Mad Lads’ community, who claims that they’re the greatest mod that Reddit has ever known. (…Allegedly!) We had a good laugh at how they responded to everything.

Check out their hilarious and in-character (as well as genuinely informative and insightful) responses below about the subreddit and, here’s a small heads-up, they really are kings and queens of banter, no matter what situation they’re in. An absolute mad lad? You betcha (just without the irony)!

Meanwhile, moderator u/steveofftheinternet pointed out that the subreddit was “completely ruined” when PewDiePie, aka Felix Kjellberg, uploaded a video about it. “We got flooded with his meme-spewing preteen fan army who are incapable of understanding that ‘madlad’ is ironic.” Mod u/N8theGr8 explained that “mad-laddery is when you do something incredibly mundane, such as making spaghetti, sweeping the hallway, or being a Bored Panda writer, and then acting like it’s the craziest thing ever.”

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