Why in the world was there a reddit booth at a video game convention this past weekend?

A) To sell reddit swag. (They did.)
B) To draw lines of people. (They did.)
C) To let reddit workers meet real-life redditors in the flesh. (They did.)
D) To run a low-tech Reddit-in-real-life using magic markers and a whiteboard. (They did this, too.)

Reddit's Jena Donlin explains real-life, Manual AskReddit in the video here, which we shot this past weekend at PAX East in Boston.

Don't fret if you missed it. Donlin says they'll be doing this more.