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Initially created in June , the community has grown to more than 1,, subscribers as of November and is ranked as one of the most active communities on Reddit. The subreddit works by having a person "Tell us about any non-violent conflict you have experienced; give us both sides of the story, and find out if you're right, or you're the asshole. Were you the asshole in that situation or not? Post should be truthful and reflect real situations.
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Background image: Pexels, via. For decades, this was the kind of question you had to ponder alone, eyes wide open in the middle of the night as memories of "insisting on a solo rap at the work Christmas karaoke" nudged at the perimeters of your brain. By now — after a viral tweet by Chrissy Teigen, multiple online articles and a spin-off podcast — you're probably familiar with AITA. To recap: users recount real-life conflicts and ask the subreddit's subscribers whether they behaved like an asshole. There are now 1. In the last few months alone they've judged a boss who fired their employee after his parents died asshole! But who exactly are the people making these judgment calls? Who are the internet's arbiters of right and wrong, and how do we know they're not all giant assholes themselves? Over 15, people completed the survey — a significant response, but still only a modest 1.