Stealing from the Philly sub; what are some places that after you leave you never want to step foot in again
Just asking the residents what they think.
Living Here PSA: Here we go again, clocks change this weekend. Remind your out of state colleagues, friends, and family that our clocks don't.
Welcome to another edition of hey what time is it there again?
Sure - remind everyone, I know I will. But it probably won't help.
Wait, I thought you were on Pacific Time?
GMT -7, what the hell is that!?
And so forth and so on.
Good luck Monday morning fellow AZ based remote workers on global teams.
I love the heat and that is why I moved here 36 years ago. I hate December and January and tolerate November and February.
Living Here Viral Valley grandma + stranger she accidentally texted to Thanksgiving doing dinner for 7th yearinstagram.com
Only in Maryvale are people doing fireworks… for thanksgiving…WHY
So this is probably a really bad idea, but Reddit now lets you upload images and gifs in comments. We turned it on and I thought we could test it by answering one of the most asked questions we get here... what's it like living in Phoenix.
Yeah, there's heat, but also beige, sprawl, food, outdoors, and everything else. Post your best GIFs and pics that describe some part of life here.
ANY TOP LEVEL COMMENTS THAT ARE NOT ONLY A PICTURE/GIF WILL BE REMOVED
If you can't get a pic to post then try using New Reddit on the desktop or a different app. This is a new Reddit feature so of course it's not going to work all that well...
It's surprisingly warm in the house without heat, so haven't felt the need to turn on the heat. I can't recall last year when we turned on the heat.
Is it just me, or has the amount of homeless people wandering around aimlessly and or/ panhandling increased dramatically from the last year? Where I live, drug use is rampant and people are using in broad daylight and every QT and gas station are a haven for these “zombie” seeming people
Living Here Every city/town in the Valley is a person who is writing a post on AITA sub. What does that person write?
AITA = Am I the Asshole /r/AmItheAsshole
Tempe: I approved an old folks home to be built next to a bar in the middle of a college town, then made the bar close because they were too loud. AITA?
Living Here Do you see yourself? Came across my kindergarten class picture and thought it would be fun to see if any of us are here!
Like many other people, I have gotten somewhat jaded and weary of other people thanks to all the crap we hear online.
I was genuinely taken aback the other day when I was in line at the grocery store, and some nice young person said “hey I like your shirt” while I deep in thought about if I forgot anything.
I was wearing a comfortable UIUC shirt so it was a nice surprise to get a compliment out of the blue. Definitely made me feel better about our fellow Phoenicians and how nice people are here in the valley.
Despite all the negativity we read all the time, most people are genuinely kind and helpful. Kudos to you, nice young Phoenician for giving a nice comment out of the blue to another stranger. You made my day with that random remark.
Happy Thanksgiving to you all. I am thankful for our fellow Phoenicians and Americans despite the Internet and Politics trying to tear us apart.
Hey r/phoenix Members!
Are you looking for a job? Is your company hiring? Use the thread below to network!
Please be sure to include the general location or area you are seeking/hiring in but remember, this is the internet so you should not post any information that could be used to identify or locate a person IRL.
Phoenix is a very busy city. Where do you go to escape, relax and find peace?
It's not like you need lighting to do it . . is it like a passive networking tool for whoever walks by or what?
I mean literally 3 different people/groups smoking the hell outta whatever off of foil in a row
Obligatory stolen from other city subs.