The Universe really does work in mysterious ways. No matter if you’re a super-skeptic who only believes what they see with their own two eyes or somebody who checks their horoscope every morning, you can’t deny that it’s spooky how quickly karma sometimes catches up to people. On rare occasions, it’s nearly instantaneous. And karma loves putting evildoers in their rightful place.

To show you what we mean, we’ve collected some of the best posts from the ‘Instant Karma’ subreddit that prove that Justice (yes, with a capital ‘J’) can sometimes strike like a bolt from the blue. As you’re scrolling down, upvote the pics where you agree with how karma dealt with people and let us know in the comments if you’ve ever seen any instant karma moments in your own life. Be sure to give r/instantkarma a follow if you like what they do.

According to Dr. Alex Lickerman on Psychology Today, Nichiren Buddhism teaches that everything that happens to us is “ultimately due to our own influence.” Whether intentional or quite the opposite. Meanwhile, coincidence is considered to be but an illusion. Or, in short, what goes around really does come around—but with everything that you think and do.

Bored Panda reached out to Lickerman, the author of The Ten Worlds and The Undefeated Mind, and spoke to him about humankind's hardwired sense of morality, as well as the benefits of taking responsibility for all of our actions. Read on for his insights.

#1

Pretty Instant Karma

Pretty Instant Karma

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Serial pacifist
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There some blue stain under his eye.

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#2

I Love Karma

I Love Karma

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James016
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1 month ago

Bet that interview went well

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#3

Got What Was Coming

Got What Was Coming

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troufaki13
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1 month ago

Good boy!

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If we’re to believe the Buddhist perspective on life, it means that at the end of the day we’re all responsible for what happens to us. However, this doesn’t mean we’re to blame.

For example, we’re not to blame for being born into poverty or for having something awful happen to us. However, we’re responsible for how we deal with the situation, how we respond to things, and what our next steps will be. In other words, we have the power to better our situation and not just be flung about by the winds of fate (or, rather, by our own decisions).

Though some people would argue that morality is something that's learned through experience, Lickerman told Bored Panda that "our sense of morality may actually be neurologically wired into us." However, this doesn't mean that acting morally or responsibly is easy or the go-to decision for most of us.

#4

This Subreddit Never Said Bad Or Good Karma!

This Subreddit Never Said Bad Or Good Karma!

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

This is lovely. Good on the both of them.

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#5

Got What He Deserved

Got What He Deserved

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Zoe Hoesley
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1 month ago

That’s one point to big good bois and zero to the dickhead

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#6

Rip Him

Rip Him

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troufaki13
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1 month ago

I hate poachers! I even love cockroaches more than them

Avery S Alberico
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1 month ago

Hate is a strong word. It's the right word, but still...

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago (edited)

The elephant: "If I'm going down, I'm taking you with me."

K.
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1 month ago

Great but now the elephant has scum under it.

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Full of Giggles
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1 month ago (edited)

Hold up. Why was he that close to the elephant? He should have been able to shoot the poor animal from a safe distance.

Yolande Labbé
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1 month ago

Usually they are coward enough to stay far but he probably miss and the elephant was able to get him before he could ran far enough.

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Lxm
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1 month ago

Shame that the elephant was shot though. That's super sad.

Tasha S
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1 month ago

Poor elephant died on a pile of crap.

Panda with Heart
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1 month ago

Wow ..poor elephant..😪

Kathryn Baylis
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1 month ago (edited)

Score! Hunter: 0. Elephant: Infinity.

Colin Mochrie At Its Finest
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1 month ago (edited)

Good job, elephant.

Faith Nicole
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1 month ago (edited)

He got what he deserved, humans are the worst kind of animals! I pray the poor elephant didn't suffer and is at peace, or better yet somehow was saved & is living his best like in a sanctuary

Sue Sanders
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1 month ago

Big game hunters will come back as one of the big game they'd hunted.

BG Rey
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1 month ago

Karma!!!! Wins every time

Bethe Brekke
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1 month ago

That is a win for the elephant.

Toasty
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1 month ago

He must have been a terrible shot. That's the only way to explain having to be so close to something as large as an elephant.

Tulasidharan V I
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1 month ago

I like spiders more than poachers..

Debi Nikita
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1 month ago

That sure wiped the smile off of his face.. for good!

Gloria J Williams
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1 month ago

Poor elephant.

Jill Tremblay
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1 month ago

How many up votes can I give this one!

Sarra R
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1 month ago

Im heartbroken for the pain of loss his loved ones need to deal with - but if he hadn't been murdering precious animals, he'd still be here with his loved ones to this day. Play heavy deadly games, win heavy deadly prizes.

Carole Strawn
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1 month ago

I bet it wiped that s**t eating grin off his face. Karma.

Peter Spencer
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1 month ago

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Hadesdaughter
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1 month ago

yyyyyyyyyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

Iapetos
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1 month ago

Poor elephant! I hope she was okay...

Tom Susala
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1 month ago

At least cockroaches have a place in the grand scheme of things....

Nevid
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1 month ago

I thought there was a massive person behind him, but it's actually two people.

Sinkvenice
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1 month ago

I thought the same :-D

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Efaye Liu
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1 week ago

Poor elephant.. That f*****g dickhead deserves it

PARIS ROYAL
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3 weeks ago

that elephant said if i die u die

No One
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3 weeks ago

rip him apart

Karen Morana
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1 month ago

Good

Maraiah.johnston
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1 month ago

he deserved it

Lisa Tetlow
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1 month ago

Oh well.

Teri Campisi
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1 month ago

Ha!

CincyReds
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1 month ago

N ice!

Zena Marsh
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1 month ago

Just Desserts. Shouldn't have shot the elephant in the first place.

Leslie K Von Dell
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1 month ago

That elephant got his licks in! Good for him!

Patricia Kasprowski
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1 month ago

Well deserved! These guys do this for ego, not because they are hungry. Grrrrr

Sue Clifford
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1 month ago

I really hope this one is true.

Barb Evans
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1 month ago

Fantastic!

María Sabelli
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1 month ago

Deserved

Russell Tilling
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1 month ago

Big game hunters = little genitalia cowards!

jane don
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1 month ago

Perfect-

Christel Nellemann
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1 month ago

I hope this one is true!

Storm Rise
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1 month ago

Excellent! Shame it didn't get to kill him first!

Mihiteruarewa Rangitaawa
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1 month ago

💚💚💚💚💚💚💚 Awesome!!!!!

tuzdayschild
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1 month ago

Bravo!

Mary Dellenbusch
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1 month ago

Good! F**k him. I hope he rots in hell.

Johanne Trudeau
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1 month ago

Hahaha!!! Deserves it!!!

Ashley Wright
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1 month ago

I loathe poachers. He got what he deserved, quite frankly.

Anna roberts
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1 month ago

Please tell me this one IS true!!!!!!

Amanda Hunter
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1 month ago

Can't say he didn't deserve it.

MAKtheknife
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1 month ago

Good on him!

Thomas Turnbull
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1 month ago

The Facts https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/well-known-south-african-game-hunter-dies-after-elephant-falls-n763051

Fred Staff
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1 month ago

Remember the elephant slayer. It is a shame he escaped this fate.

Yolande Labbé
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1 month ago

Nice, I really like this one. He finally got to know what it feel like to get kill.

Vicki Perizzolo
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1 month ago

bastrd should've been fed to the lions too....pi$$ant fkg humans

Stephen Foley
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1 month ago

Lovely outcome! Splattered. Ha bloody ha!

Mya Lugar
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1 month ago

Will he see the ivory gates of heaven? Tune in next time, and "Wipe that sill grin off your face!"

sam thecat
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1 month ago

Yay!!

TexasWoman
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1 month ago

Wtf causes humans to wanna kill innocent animals?!

Signe Woodin
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1 month ago

Absolutely perfect poetic justice.

Gitte Løyche
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1 month ago

I love it!

Ann Collingwood
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1 month ago

Oh wonderful - em - doesn't Trump's son hunt big game.....?

Sandy Watts
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1 month ago

🐘

DetongLhamo
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1 month ago

Good.

Barb Braun
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1 month ago

I hope he had to lie there in agony for several minutes.

Mairlady
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1 month ago

Now if that ain’t Karma, then I don’t know!

catmom3
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1 month ago

This is beautiful, beautiful karma. Love it!!

Valerie Anne
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1 month ago

Yeah karma!

Diana Robinson
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1 month ago

Is this true? If so then I renounce atheism!

Allison Woodfill
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1 month ago

Serves him right

Gilda Farrell
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1 month ago

Yayyy!!!

Judith Wilson
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1 month ago

such a great ending!

Frogladysharon
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1 month ago

Best form of great Karma!!! No one has the right EVER to kill another living human or animal!!!

Jenifer Halpern
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1 month ago

Good! Karma her pay back!

Martha Higgins
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1 month ago

Perfect!

Diana Hockley
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1 month ago

Oh yes, I like that.

Debby Bright
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1 month ago

Hooray!

Ruth Dyke
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1 month ago

Good.

Cynthia Marrs
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1 month ago

Yea for the poor elephant. The guy can't kill more innocent animals!

Naomi Cline
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1 month ago

No rest or peace for scum like this guy! BIH ( burn in hell)

Bunny Lady
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1 month ago

Ha bloody ha!!!!!! Serves himself right!

Josey Griffin
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1 month ago

Good.

M Kate McCulloch
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1 month ago

YES!

Stephen Taylor
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1 month ago

He might not have been a poacher, but a trophy hunter. Some countries allow the culling of animals for a fee, in order to keep the populations from overgrazing, and spreading various diseases. Not saying I agree with it it, but hesitate to label him a poacher without more information.

Petra Pan
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1 month ago

This made me smile. Elephants are highly intelligent, probably did it with last dying strength. Good on the elephant !

Hollie Sherwood
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1 month ago

that was a good elephant he deserved to die bich

Sooze
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1 month ago

Hahahaha!

Max Andersson
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1 month ago

I dont understand the logic about animals being worth as much as human beings. Then it should be illegal to put down a sick animal, it would be illegal to eat animals, animal healthcare would cost at least as much as human healthcare, etc.

Analyn Lahr
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1 month ago

That's what you get.

BusLady
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1 month ago

It sure knocked that arrogant smug off his face.

Belandriel
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1 month ago

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Benjamin Richmond
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1 month ago

he deserved that.

Christina Ingo Olsson
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1 month ago

Karma

Krista Sinaga
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1 month ago

I love elephants, hate poachers. Great job karma

Truth Monster
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1 month ago

So, some of you are confused. "Big Game Hunter" and "Poacher" are not he same. Poachers are illegal. Furthermore, he was not out to hunt elephants. He was there to legally hunt a leopard. They were charged by the herd of elephants, and they shot the elephants when it was clear they could not escape. article about his death linked. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/well-known-south-african-game-hunter-dies-after-elephant-falls-n763051

Martha Hubbs
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1 month ago

Also, they are confused as to which elephants are endangered. Asian elephants, with a population of roughly 40,000, are endangered. African elephants, population of 400,000, are not. Countries in Africa have conservation systems in place, in which some are culled to maintain habitat, and food source. So yes, these are hunters who have paid crazy money for these hunts.

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Downunderdude
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1 month ago

This one is true. His name is, sorry, was Theunis Botha. All I can say is 'Oh dear, what a shame'.

Maddz
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1 month ago

This guy had the audacity to kill my favorite animal illegally, he kinda had this coming for him.

Joi Cain
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1 month ago

I'm sure the elephant did this by design they're very smart animals!

Debbie Archimedes
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1 month ago

I wish I could upvote this 100 times!

Chloe Drury
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1 month ago

Oh no! is the elephant ok?

BabaBizzle
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1 month ago

MY favourite story ever! Just knowing Karma is real and was there for the animal ! Hunters and Poachers should be the hunted. They’re scum.

Teresa Ann
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1 month ago

Karma at its best

Courtney Christelle
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1 month ago

Crushed under the weight of his own foolish ambition.

Katinka Min
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1 month ago

Perfect. And I am feeling particular savage towards his parents who had to bury him. They raised this psychopath who shoots elephants - smart, sensitive and incredibly social animals with strong family ties that are traumatized when they lose a loved one.

J. M. Montes
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1 month ago

Guess the elephant was a hunter too.

Sasha Bharti
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1 month ago

Good I hope the hunter died a painful death! It's disgusting that anyone would hurt and kill such sensitive,beautiful,intelligent creatures! I just don't get why anyone would want to hunt any creature for sport! I get it if it's your only food source but to just mindlessly kill the big 5 for trophies is beyond belief!

Demongrrrrl
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1 month ago

Is this the same poacher who, after being trampled by elephants, was then eaten by lions?

JenJen
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1 month ago

Too bad so sad. Poachers need to go!

Star-Light Star-Bright
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1 month ago

Good.

Shelli Aderman
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1 month ago

Definition of ironic Karma, at that! 💕

AlexG
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1 month ago

🤣🤣🤣

Christine Zanfino
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1 month ago

I read a story awhile back about a group of hunters illegally poaching rhino somewhere in Africa. I think some of them were killed by the Rangers that protect the wildlife, but a few escaped....but they got lost and stumbled into a group of lions who ate them. I don't mean to sound heartless but ........I laughed my ass off..Thank you Karma!!

Dead Rat
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1 month ago

I m not sorry for his loss. One bastard less

Id row
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1 month ago

This should be higher. I wish they could bring him back just so he can be crushed again.

Jackie Mitchell
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1 month ago

Topsy must be so proud! Lol

Cori
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1 month ago

This is karma in it's purest form.

Lola
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1 month ago

Can’t say I feel bad.

Keira Enriquez
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1 month ago

Good he should not be poaching an innocent animal who did nothing wrong

AlmightyOne
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1 month ago

Well yes, that's what happens, you bigoted poacher

Makayla Rhodes
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1 month ago

I don’t want to say he deserves it, but...

Anjali Johnson
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1 month ago (edited)

idk what to even say to this-

Anjali Johnson
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1 month ago

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Curry on...
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1 month ago

So, he was an easy target.

Corey Brown
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1 month ago

hope he suffered

KT
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1 month ago

good riddance!

Steve Wilson
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1 month ago

I hope he lived long enough to get the irony.

Queen Mab
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1 month ago

I've got goosebumps - the irony.

Mikel
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1 month ago

The elephant got the last laugh....

Caleb Lumpkin
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1 month ago

hahaha i bet he fell stupid right before he died

Eric Law
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1 month ago

Karma at its best.

Dre Mosley
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1 month ago

Good. . .good.

Kashmir
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1 month ago

Now that's what I call KARMA!!!

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Lickerman told Bored Panda that we tend to need some sort of push to make us act responsibly. "People, in general, need a motivation to accept responsibility for their actions," he said. That motivation could be pretty much anything, however, Lickerman suggests that accepting responsibility for our actions "may actually make us stronger, more resilient."

He added that it's difficult to say where the limits of our ability to change ourselves to match our own perceptions are. "Research shows our self-perception is a very powerful influencer of our behavior. Can’t say it’s been quantified. It won’t change immutable characteristics, like personality characteristics, but it will change behaviors," he said.

In his first book, The Undefeated Mind, Lickerman explains how research has begun to show that belief in good (what is just and fair) and evil (what is unjust and unfair) may be "far more universal than previously thought." Psychologist Marc Hauser and his colleagues conducted an internet study with 5,000 subjects in 120 countries, asking them to "render moral judgments and to justify them" in moral scenarios. One of them was the infamous trolley problem where you have to choose between killing one person and five.

#7

Just Mad I Tell You

Just Mad I Tell You

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Dr Nostromo
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1 month ago

Good for her!

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#8

Goodbye, Monster

Goodbye, Monster

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Zoe Hoesley
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1 month ago

Damn right he faced no charges

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#9

Well This Says Something

Well This Says Something

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EA
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1 month ago

Not sure if this is funnier cos of the irony, or when he had to either come out to his congregation to not look like a liar, or apologise to his conversation and look like a total TWAT. Sincerely hope those followers left his church and used the donations to help those in need, rather than pay this guy’s wages.

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Lickerman writes: "The subjects agreed about which actions were moral and which weren’t in most of the scenarios, delineating in the process a set of moral principles that seem to be shared by members of all cultures—namely, that it’s less morally permissible to intentionally harm someone than to allow them to be harmed, that it’s less morally permissible to invent a way to cause harm than to cause harm with an existing threat, and that it’s less morally permissible to cause harm directly than to cause it indirectly. Yet the vast majority of subjects couldn’t name these reasons as their underlying justification for judging the actions in each scenario as they did."

He continues: "When we take moral action, we seem to rely not so much on moral reasoning as on moral intuition and then work backward to rationalize the judgments we’ve already made. (Which isn’t to say our moral intuition can’t and shouldn’t be influenced by reason, but rather that our moral intuition remains the primary driver of our moral decision making.)." However, where our moral intuition comes from is still unclear. However, our conception of good, the desire to provide help and prevent harm might be "rooted [...] in the psychological and perhaps even neurological processes of the human mind."

#10

Karmadillo

Karmadillo

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Grumble O'Pug
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1 month ago

Nice. Karmadillo...LOL.

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#11

Got What They Deserved

Got What They Deserved

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Grumble O'Pug
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1 month ago

Good lions!

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#12

Kid Refuses To Move His Legs, Guy Sits On Them Instead

Kid Refuses To Move His Legs, Guy Sits On Them Instead

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Grumble O'Pug
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1 month ago

Hope he farted, too.

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Meanwhile, becoming responsible for our actions can have the added benefit of making us stronger and more resilient. In his book, Lickerman alludes to a study led by psychologist Kurt Gray where participants would hold up a 5-pound weight, would be given a dollar, and half of then would be given the opportunity to donate it to charity. Donating the money made the participants able to hold up the weight 7 seconds longer than the control group.

"Why? According to Gray, because doing good increases our sense of agency, or potency, a phenomenon he terms moral transformation. (Interestingly, this effect wasn’t seen only with acts of charity but also with acts of villainy.) [...] Which all suggests a reason that action in the moral sphere, whether good or evil, makes us strong: it requires us to be. Or, at least, that’s what we think people who take moral action are: research shows that we’re cognitively biased to 'typecast' people who take such action as resilient—-a bias, it turns out, that affects not only our perception of others but also of ourselves," Lickerman writes.

"And when we perceive ourselves to be endowed with a particular quality, we have a tendency to conform to that perception. All of which implies that performing or even attempting to perform moral action may increase our resilience because it causes us to perceive ourselves as more resilient. This then makes us act, and therefore feel, as if we were."

#13

Amazing. Impeccable

Amazing. Impeccable

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EA
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1 month ago

This might be the best thing I’ve read/learned this year

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#14

Instant Karma

Instant Karma

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James016
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1 month ago

One for America's Dumbest Criminals

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#15

Guy Is A Jerk To A Police Officer In An Unmarked Car

Guy Is A Jerk To A Police Officer In An Unmarked Car

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EA
Community Member
1 month ago

I LOVE it when a bad driver is caught out. This is a special kind of karma. Overtook me even though I was doing the speed limit? Oh look, speed camera van ahead! What a shaaaame.

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With nearly 1.9 million members and 8.5 years of getting their show on the road, the ‘Instant Karma’ community is one of the leviathans of Reddit. However, don’t think that they’re just about seeing only unethical people get punished. They also urge their members to post examples of folks getting rewarded for good behavior as well.

Examples of delayed karma or scripted events are, obviously, not permitted on this subreddit. The name of the community is pretty self-explanatory. What’s more, r/instantkarma’s moderators have pointed out that they have no tolerance for calls to violence.

Just because somebody deserves to be punished doesn’t mean that redditors should pour hatred and vile language online. Of course, discussions are encouraged, but they have to be civil. Exactly like people ought to be in real life.

#16

I Don’t Know If It Belongs Here!

I Don’t Know If It Belongs Here!

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wandile dludlu
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1 month ago

He's screwed, look at how many police there are in that picture

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#17

Respect Your Mother

Respect Your Mother

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troufaki13
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1 month ago

Children need discipline, I don't understand why parents just give in and don't set boundaries

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#18

Gave Him The Express Shipping Option For Free

Gave Him The Express Shipping Option For Free

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Jenna Jedden
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1 month ago

BHAHAHA

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#19

Snowman 1, Driver 0

Snowman 1, Driver 0

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wandile dludlu
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1 month ago

That just hurts

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#20

Bye Bye

Bye Bye

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James016
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1 month ago

Why would a teacher do that?

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#21

One Plate Of Karma Coming Up

One Plate Of Karma Coming Up

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Princess Toadstool
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1 month ago

Bowser!

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#22

Mayor Dishes Out Karma On Litterer

Mayor Dishes Out Karma On Litterer

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Flowers
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1 month ago

I love this guy's expression!

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#23

Just Play Defence

Just Play Defence

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Zoe Hoesley
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1 month ago

Hahaha

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#24

Reverse Brick

Reverse Brick

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Flowers
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1 month ago

I don't think I would be able to stop laughing if I saw that in person.

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#25

Oh How The Tables Have Turned

Oh How The Tables Have Turned

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wandile dludlu
Community Member
1 month ago

Stop sharing things on the internet... just use it for memes and work emails

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#26

Instant

Instant

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Jenna Jedden
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1 month ago

good

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#27

All's Well, It Ends Well

All's Well, It Ends Well

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Dr Nostromo
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1 month ago

And they look like such nice boys.

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#28

Hit And Run Driver Forgot Something

Hit And Run Driver Forgot Something

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wandile dludlu
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1 month ago

When your car wants to snitch on you

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#29

Anti-Gay Politician Caught Fleeing A 25-Man Orgy

Anti-Gay Politician Caught Fleeing A 25-Man Orgy

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Grumble O'Pug
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1 month ago

The self hate here is real.

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#30

Goddamn Hypocrites

Goddamn Hypocrites

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Couldnt_Find_A_Good_Name
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1 month ago

BURN!!

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#31

Revenge At Its Finest

Revenge At Its Finest

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Liz the Wanderer
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1 month ago

Wow. What a sleazy thing to do.

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#32

Politicians Get A Taste Of Their Legislations

Politicians Get A Taste Of Their Legislations

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Jenna Jedden
Community Member
1 month ago

my west virginian ass over here like 🤡

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#33

Actually Happened Instantaneously, At The Moment Of Impact

Actually Happened Instantaneously, At The Moment Of Impact

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wandile dludlu
Community Member
1 month ago

Cars just won't stop snitching on their owners

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#34

This Is Venice City Hall Right After The Approval Of A Climate Change Denial Amendment

This Is Venice City Hall Right After The Approval Of A Climate Change Denial Amendment

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Rowlie
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1 month ago

just let that sink in what a bad decision it was

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GlassHalfWay
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1 month ago

I remember him. It was him and his brother. They tried to resell it on Amazon at crazy high prices. They donated it all as their restitution.