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.”