50 Times People Spotted Such ‘Cursed’ Comments, They Just Had To Share Them In This Online Group
When’s the last time you read something that left you speechless? Not figuratively but literally. The ‘Cursed Comments’ subreddit is home to comments that require a dark sense of humor to enjoy and strike you like a bolt out of the blue with the force of a rhino ramming a truck into your brain.
Get yourself a flask of holy water and scroll on down for some truly cursed comments that will make you ask yourselves, what the flipping heck you just read, dear Pandas. Remember to upvote your fave comments and let us know which ones got a chuckle out of you.
The ‘Cursed Comments’ subreddit has a huge following: their community is made up of nearly 2.2 million ‘cursed individuals’ and has been going strong since April of 2018. However, the community isn’t just about edginess, cringiness, and shock—the mods want you to smile, too.
“Incomprehension of the comment just read, or the blatant gruesomeness of it should be enough to not only make you feel mystified but also to draw a smile on your face,” the subreddit mods explain what their community is all about.
So if you want to post on the sub, make sure that your comment is likely to “strike the reader into oblivion” and make them wonder what is going on.
Internet sensation, Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie jokingly said that the ‘Cursed Comments’ subreddit is “the worst” and “takes the prize” when it comes to weird comments.
While you think it might be wrong to laugh at comments like these, don’t forget about the importance of humor and the positive effects it has both on your physical and mental health.
Alex M. Borgella, an assistant professor of psychology at Fort Lewis College, told Gizmodo that using humor in “seemingly inappropriate” situations can help reduce anxiety, as well as stress. So don’t feel bad for laughing at these cursed comments, dear Readers. Embrace it!