I'm ashamed to say I've started to frequent pleebbit over the past two years. It's like the opposite of 4chan: /b/ first attracted me back in 2008 but when it went to shit I actually started to look more into the other boards.
reddit offers such a variety of communities, I originally signed up for the sake of a few niche interests and to talk to people on a few subreddits specific to countries I have spent parts of my life in. The default subs that land on the front page on an hourly basis are pure, concentrated cancer. Unfortunately I do get sucked in sometimes and feel like a dumber person after each session. Trying to kick the habit now.>>8442
haven't been to 8chan in years, soudns like I didn't miss much