Founder of ‘[Stuff] found in a charity shop He said he worked in comedy “long before Facebook tightened its standards,” so he had already set “a basic set of rules about not insulting or bullying victims.”
“For example, tribal objects might be funny, but we don’t allow them because they encourage commenting on inappropriate jokes. Sanders made it clear that he has had to deal with many people trying to post ads and highly inappropriate or illegal content.
“Most of our members are from the UK and Australia, but we’re actually from many countries,” the founder told Bored Panda. Not everyone in the world has a charity shop, but everyone enjoys seeing and commenting on the oddities out there.
The group’s founder also revealed a very interesting (but rather expensive) tradition the community had before. But since Facebook groups aren’t monetized, the cost of sending out these prizes quickly increased, so Sanders had to stop.