Singapore is famous for many things, but did you know its airport is also home to "one of the most psychologically terrifying carpets in the world"?
Or that Peru's Jorge Chavez International Airport, with its "muted, calming gold and white looms" gently steers your thoughts "away from possible engine failure and the looming Andes"?
Probably not, unless you are an avid follower, or perhaps even a member, of Carpets for Airports, a web community committed to finding and reviewing what greets our feet when we end up in far-flung places.
Navigated by swinging round a Google Earth-powered globe, short descriptions and a quick picture - the more boring the better - tell you all you need to know about global travel. Why bother travelling at all?
For some reason, almost 5,000 people are part of Counting, one of Reddit's many 'subreddits' (that's the name given to individual sections on the site which anyone can create).
One by one, users queue up to count upwards in order.
This has been going on for well over a year, and the group is now up to 150,000. Their target is, err, infinity - but they do seem to be having fun with it.
A hall of fame details which users hit specific milestones along the way.
Take one iconic children's TV theme tune...and mix it with the baddest hip hop. That's how this subreddit works.
They're all in there: Dr Dre; Eminem; Notorious B.I.G.
As one YouTube comment put it: "How does this song go with everything?!"
"Run out of ice....OMG....never, never, never...I must have ice in the house at all times...out of food, so what...we got ice...I AM GOOD!!!!!"
That measured quote comes via a member of the Ice Chewers Bulletin Board, a gathering of people who just love to chew on ice.
And if you thought ice was simply frozen water, think again - the site's users share tips on recipes. Put a pinch of yoghurt inside the tray, suggests one person, and freeze it for about three to four hours. "Trust me guys its unreal!"
Birds with Arms started out as an image-manipulation challenge posed way back in 2008, but now boasts a Reddit community of more than 60,000 people.
It doesn't pretend to have any greater meaning, no artistic purpose, no statement on society. It just looks funny. Birds! With arms!