This subreddit is about props being repurposed from everyday household or commercial items, things we interact with on a day to day basis being transformed and used as something else on screen. It's fascinating on both the amazing and the absurdly bad ends, so we welcome it all here. Please do abide by the rules, though. They are there for a reason.
|Mar 17, 2020||/r/Thatsabooklight hits 80K subscribers|
|Nov 27, 2019||/r/Thatsabooklight hits 70K subscribers|
|Nov 26, 2019||/r/Thatsabooklight is trending – Trend thread|
|Oct 20, 2019||/r/Thatsabooklight - the fastest growing non-default reddit of the day|
|Oct 20, 2019||/r/Thatsabooklight hits 60K subscribers|
|Oct 9, 2019||/r/Thatsabooklight hits 40K subscribers|
|Jul 13, 2019||/r/Thatsabooklight enters TOP 5K subreddits|
|Jul 13, 2019||/r/Thatsabooklight hits 30K subscribers|
|Dec 7, 2017||/r/Thatsabooklight hits 100 subscribers|
|Jan 25, 2015||/r/Thatsabooklight is born|
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