/r will likely see the largest growth in posts and comments this week, the Reddit community announced on Wednesday.
/r has been the subject of a lot of speculation over the past few days, with many speculating that the site will become a major source of news and analysis on a daily basis.
The site has been home to Redditors since its launch in 2008.
However, a large number of users have been left off the site in recent months, citing various issues with its content.
That led to many Redditors to ask, “why do we have to leave?”, prompting Redditors around the world to begin asking for the site to be shut down.
As of Wednesday, however, a Reddit user, “the_fag”, was the first to request that the subreddit be shut.
According to the_fah, the site was only “allowed to exist” when it was hosting videos and photos of celebrities and other users.
However the subreddit has not been used for nearly a week, as many Reddit users were left out of the loop.
“We want to do it right,” the_fur wrote.
“The Reddit community is awesome and they deserve this, and it’s the right thing to do.”
The subreddit, which is known as /r/, is a community of users who use the site as a forum to discuss and discuss politics, culture, and other topics.
The subreddit was first created by user /u/thesoupman in January of 2016, and is currently a top Reddit topic.
“This is an example of how the subreddit is meant to be used, not abused,” the user wrote.
Many Redditors were disappointed to learn that the Reddit subreddit was only able to exist for a week.
/u did not respond to a request for comment from Mashable.
However it’s likely that this subreddit will continue to grow in the coming days.
The community also recently announced a new feature, which allows users to search for the words that describe a specific topic.
The_fur explained that this feature is meant “to be used in tandem with the search feature to find articles on the topic, as well as videos of celebrities who are famous for their ‘personal stories’.” The_fog’s new feature will only be available until April 1st, at which point it will be removed from the subreddit.
The official Reddit announcement of the new feature states that the new subreddit “will only be a place for news articles and videos about the topic in question.”