There’s An Online Community That Makes Fun Of People Trying To Sell Mirrors – Design You Trust

There’s An Online Community That Makes Fun Of People Trying To Sell Mirrors

This Reddit community is so far our favorite online discovery of 2019. Who would have thought that looking at people who’re trying to sell mirrors is so much fun?

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