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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Grumble O'Pug
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5 months ago

Lovely. Just perfect.

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#2

I Love Karma

I Love Karma

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Serial pacifist
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5 months ago

He probably just walked himself out.

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#3

Got What Was Coming

Got What Was Coming

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troufaki13
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5 months 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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5 months 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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5 months 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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5 months ago

I hate poachers! I even love cockroaches more than them

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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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5 months ago

Good for her!

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#8

Goodbye, Monster

Goodbye, Monster

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Zoe Hoesley
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5 months 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
Community Member
5 months 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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me
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5 months ago

Lol that comment... karmadillo

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#11

Got What They Deserved

Got What They Deserved

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Serial pacifist
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5 months ago

You can't come to the hood without asking the king.

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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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Serial pacifist
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5 months ago

If that's the kids mom to his right, she needs disciplining way more than the kid.

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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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5 months 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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Dr Nostromo
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5 months ago

I remember this one. If I recall correctly, the clerk wasn't sure whether to report it as they didn't know if a crime had been committed.

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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
5 months 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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5 months 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
Community Member
5 months ago

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

Kay blue
Community Member
5 months ago

I think sometimes you feel so embarrassed that your child is kicking off in public so you want to do whatever it takes to get them to stop. It's not the best parenting but I can see why it happens.

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Kimberly Young
Community Member
5 months ago

When I worked at a grocery store, one time this kid was throwing a fit wanting a Reese's Cup. Mom said no, so the kid took one off the shelf and crushed it, figuring Mom would have to buy it if it was damaged, which she did; she handed it to me and told me to scan it and then throw it in the trash.

Requiem
Community Member
5 months ago

SNAP!

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
5 months ago

My mother had a very simple solution for this. She just ignored me and when she got fed up, she'd push me away and tell me that I'm perhaps better off with other parents who liked to raise spoiled annoying children. Worked like a charm.

Chicago Dog Lover
Community Member
5 months ago

Parents think they are being "nice." The nice thing to do is to teach your children that we don't always get what we want. That prepares them for life as an adult.

Klaus Hargreeves
Community Member
5 months ago

mmmm... now I want candy at 4:27 in the morning.

Kainaath Khan
Community Member
5 months ago

When parents give in, that is when they destroy the future generation. Children need to be taught the meaning on No, means No. Works for a lots of other things too later in life.

Susan Trevaskis-Owen
Community Member
5 months ago

I remember when I was working at a grocery store in the 80s, there was an older woman in my line with a young boy that I presume was her grandchild. Said child was having a hissy fit because he wanted a candy bar & she kept telling him no. Finally the kid hauled back and slugged her hard in the belly, at which point she *grabbed a chocolate bar and added it to her groceries.* As an employee I wasn't allowed to say anything, but my gods I wanted to (sarcastically) congratulate her on rewarding him for his violence.

Christel Nellemann
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5 months ago

That is so terrible. Womder how he turnes out as an adult ☹️

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MadamButterfly
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5 months ago

We are six siblings and were always polite in public and at home. Mum is the best,But we knew if she gave us a certain look sh•t would go down.

Joy
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1 month ago

Gee, it's amazing being a neuro-typical normie, amirite?! That you can just "figure" people out solely by looking at them. Please dear normie, tell me how us "defective" autistic people like myself are "lesser" beings because we just can't "get" those "certain" looks that your mother used on you guys. Please, go on...I mean, more often than not, whenever you go out and you see some normie mom giving that look to her kid and he/she isn't responding to "the look"...is very likely that is NOT because that kid is being a jerk.

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glowworm2
Community Member
5 months ago

This reminds me of a similar story involving a man buying all the remaining apple pies at McDonalds for the same reason.

Charity Amante
Community Member
5 months ago

Once an elderly lady at the store thanked me for not buying my fit-throwing 3 year old a toy. I don't think regular old parenting needs recognition but it was sweet of her. Also sad so many parents are scared to give kids consequences. I always say my job is to keep them from being in jail and help them be employable.

Mikel
Community Member
5 months ago

My parents spanked me when I did this and I turned out fine.....I love them for it, and am a better man for it. Get over it and stop letting your kids run over you, people....

BusLady
Community Member
5 months ago

Now stand outside and give one out to each kid that walks by. Except for the little s**t.

Helen Haley
Community Member
5 months ago

My nephew used to whine at my sister until she would give in. Irritated the heck out of me. I pointed out that what she's actually teaching him is that when he's an adult in a relationship he can whine at his girlfriend until she gives in. If my sister didn't stick to no, she's never getting grandkids, because no one wants to marry that guy.

MantisGirl15
Community Member
5 months ago

And you got dark chocolate? Sounds like a win to me!

Tina Hugh
Community Member
5 months ago

This person is a hero:-)

Joan Humphreys
Community Member
5 months ago

I want to upvote this a million times!

Hollysmom
Community Member
5 months ago

This is just one reason kids (and then adults) feel entitled.

Joan Marie Wiser
Community Member
5 months ago

Another little punk. 24 bucks well spent indeed!

Zophra
Community Member
5 months ago

Ooooo... dark chocolate. Didn't even have to have an entitled rotten kid there to make me want to buy them all.

cybermerlin2000
Community Member
5 months ago

I love the first hash tag

Marette
Community Member
5 months ago

I'll bet they tasted deeeelicious!

caroline the cool
Community Member
1 month ago

omgosh i love it when strangers indirectly parent people's kids...priceless.

Cathy Carey
Community Member
5 months ago

The problem isn't the kid it's the mom who gives in even after the ungrateful brat calls her a b*&^h.

CincyReds
Community Member
5 months ago

Just like Tina Fey on 30 Rock buying all the hotdogs!

Gigi Baldez
Community Member
5 months ago

Have never had my children call me any name(s) - they would not be here today if they had. I don't understand parents who allow their children to call them names/hit them or any other form of vile behavior....

Janice H
Community Member
5 months ago

Not allowed to slap anymore, would have been reported. I have walked out of a store with my son under my arm screaming the whole way and just left the cart, however. There are other ways to parent, fortunately.

Jenifer Halpern
Community Member
5 months ago

These mothers are what's causing society to be like what it is today! Don't they realize this!

Celtic Pirate Queen
Community Member
5 months ago

My niece was about 2 with her Dad and threw a screaming fit in Costco because she wanted the red paper plates. That was 16 years ago - wonder how that 500 pack is treating them? Not surprisingly, she's grown up to be an entitled, spoiled little bitch.

Perry Clouse
Community Member
5 months ago

the worst mistake was when they made spanking a kids ass a crime

Stephen Taylor
Community Member
5 months ago

Priceless indeed!

Glynna Bowood
Community Member
5 months ago

Those are really good chocolate bars so put them in the freezer and enjoy !

Hermione Jean Granger
Community Member
5 months ago

Wait the dollar store sold something for two dollars!

Lexi Mitchell
Community Member
5 months ago

What little kid was trying to get Special Dark?

IlovemydogShilo
Community Member
5 months ago

If he’s like that to his mother God knows what he’s like with other people. And I’m afraid your buying all that chocolate wouldn’t have phased the little d**k. He would have just demanded his mother buy him his chocolate elsewhere. And she probably would have done as well.

Sinkvenice
Community Member
5 months ago

This is amazing, what a hero!

Toasty
Community Member
5 months ago

Haha! This may my favorite one!

Jess-a-men
Community Member
5 months ago

I remember one time where a woman came to the register with her son and two little toy cars. The kid started throwing a fit because he wanted four cars, yelled at the top of his lungs, insulted her. She ended up not buying a single car. I made sure to tell her that I approved, because that sort of thing happens frequently and usually, the parents give in.

May
Community Member
5 months ago

The kid threw a tantrum for dark chocolate? That's new.

Joy
Community Member
1 month ago

My son has autism. While he would NEVER call me "that" word, he would certainly attempt to get me to get things for him (like any normie boy). However, , in very few occasions a simple "NO" is enough to get him into a meltdown of massive proportions (hence the autism). Sure, at that point I will "comply" with buying the candy...but not give it to him immediately. In those insurances, the plan normally is "you can get X thing, but since you had a meltdown, you'll get it in Y amount of hours/days/weeks".

_*U~e~$~l~e~$~$*_
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1 month ago

Nicely done my good fellow

Cathy Carey
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

You know, I left a comment a while back but forgot to give some kudos to this guy for what he did so ---KUDOS

Michael Weiss
Community Member
2 months ago

What kid is calling his Mom a Bitch over Hershey’s Special Dark?!?!!!??? 😝

Bora
Community Member
4 months ago

Children use to learn this type of behavior from their daddy who treats the mother like s**t.

PARIS ROYAL
Community Member
4 months ago

thats the best kind too man alothough i do agree his mom doesent deserve that i think u should let his mom learn to wip his beline into shape

Joyce Deering
Community Member
4 months ago

This person had a great idea. Kudos to her/him. I will be using this in the future.

Lisa Tetlow
Community Member
4 months ago

Bad parenting deserves this kind of karma!!

Faith Nicole
Community Member
4 months ago

Awesome 😆

Teri Campisi
Community Member
5 months ago

Good going! Love it!

Leslie K Von Dell
Community Member
5 months ago

You GO girl!

Patricia Kasprowski
Community Member
5 months ago

Good job!

Maple Halloran
Community Member
5 months ago

THATS THE BEST S**T I HAVE EVER READ

Gloria J Williams
Community Member
5 months ago

I liked the way you handled that, it made me smile.

Mihiteruarewa Rangitaawa
Community Member
5 months ago

👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

Mary Dellenbusch
Community Member
5 months ago

This was well played! These little f***s these days are too self entitled.

Ashley Wright
Community Member
5 months ago

I❤️you! Priceless story, and one I will repeat. Bravo to you!!

Cherie Morales
Community Member
5 months ago

HA HA LIL TURD

Judith Agogliati
Community Member
5 months ago

Well played !

Amanda Hunter
Community Member
5 months ago

I'd give him something, but it wouldn't be a candy bar.

Kim Lorton
Community Member
5 months ago

I would’ve grabbed him so fast, and left the store, and gone home and he’d be in his bedroom until forever, and he’d never get a single piece of candy ever again until he moved out. Such disrespect.

Kim Lorton
Community Member
5 months ago

He who wants free candy better be nice to your mama!

DetongLhamo
Community Member
5 months ago

My god! My sons would NEVER call me any derogatory name! They’re 19 and 23 years old and have never been openly rude to me!

CharliAnn Olney
Community Member
5 months ago

Good on you!

Donna Leske
Community Member
5 months ago

They're $2.00 each at your dollar store? Everything's a dollar at ours.

Diana Robinson
Community Member
5 months ago

So worth $24!

moeless
Community Member
5 months ago

Dollar store? You mean Two Dollar Store?

Martha Higgins
Community Member
5 months ago

Good for you!

Ruth Dyke
Community Member
5 months ago

LOL

Cynthia Marrs
Community Member
5 months ago

I'll keep this answer in mind. Hope the kid learned something.

Kim
Community Member
5 months ago

This is GOOOOOLD 😂

Janelle Collard
Community Member
5 months ago

You're my kind of person! :)

NWB
Community Member
5 months ago

yes!!!!

Carol Emory
Community Member
5 months ago

Damn..I'll have to remember that when my "brat-o-meter" goes off in the grocery store next time.

Jessica Weng
Community Member
5 months ago

my parents make me pay for candy I want

Tyna Harrison
Community Member
5 months ago

Hahaha.......

Richard Grant
Community Member
5 months ago

Dark Chocolate?...should have let him have it. Ewe.

Leo Domitrix
Community Member
5 months ago

When I was little, one Hershey bar would last me three days. B/c I'd get maybe two the whole year. This kid... got his karma.

Id row
Community Member
5 months ago

Breaking off pieces of that and dipping them in a jar of peanut butter is a slice of heaven.

MalP
Community Member
5 months ago

Awesome!

angie
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5 months ago

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AlmightyOne
Community Member
5 months ago

This one is by far one of my favorites

Doubleheader
Community Member
5 months ago

What kind of kids like special dark hershey's?? Lmao

Anne Easterling
Community Member
5 months ago

Bonus: all special dark chocolate! Double win :)

Patty Stier
Community Member
5 months ago

His lesson learned ... but too bad you're the one who had to pay for it!

KT
Community Member
5 months ago

I can't believe that mom took that. Makes me think they all talk like that at home

Robert Bailey
Community Member
5 months ago

I have to say, I've never met a kid that liked dark chocolate.

Carrie de Luka
Community Member
5 months ago

I liked it as a child - has always been my favourite chocolate. Can remember enjoying it in primary school.

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Queen Mab
Community Member
5 months ago

Priceless.

Batwench
Community Member
5 months ago

Was always told that "I want, never gets".

Autumn
Community Member
5 months ago

I don't know WHY but I'm getting soo many Bakugou vibes....

A U
Community Member
5 months ago

Based on what is visible on the receipt you've posted you are getting ripped off by the "Dollar Store."

Tina B
Community Member
5 months ago

A little kid likes Hersheys Dark? Skeptical.

BabaBizzle
Community Member
5 months ago

As much as it’s funny what this person did , it’s not the child’s fault it’s the parents for never setting boundaries. You know the mother sits this kid in front of the computer or tv whilst she’s doing “her” and the kid is being raised by technology not a loving mother. The poor kid clearly doesn’t have any nurturing or proper nutrition. He’s screaming to eat at a bloody Dollar Store. It’s quite sad to be honest.

Antonio Gregovich
Community Member
5 months ago

Leave the poor kid alone jerks!!! I know hes spoiled, but imagine if he saw this post.

Auhnuld
Community Member
5 months ago

might be fake? Who buys a 2 dollar candy bar at a "dollar" store?

Bear42212
Community Member
5 months ago

There are "dollar" stores that are not $1.00 dollar stores. Family Dollar, Dollar General, hardly anything they sell costs $1.00

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Stille20
Community Member
5 months ago

That was really spiteful just because you didn't approve of something that had nothing to do with you. Sure the kid might have been a sh**, but mind your business.

angie
Community Member
5 months ago (edited)

Stop judging children. If he's cussing he learned it from his parents. You don't know what goes on inside homes. My parents used to physically hit and then cuss at each other all day long, then hit their kids. Externally, they looked like great parents. I learned this and cussed at my parents at the age of 5 when I got angry. I was lucky to have great teachers who taught me otherwise and I changed. Not because of some guy who bought all the chocolate. Jesus Christ stop judging little children and hold their parents responsible.

Softsquatch
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5 months ago

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that's not karma, thats pettiness. yes people aught to discipline their kids better, but it's not your place to make that woman's day a whole lot worse.

JessG
Community Member
5 months ago

Kid learning he can't always get what he wants. Besides, she had a major chocolate craving for those particular bars, they were right there, she got to them first, done.

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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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Dr Nostromo
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5 months ago

So glad the driver wasn't charged. As one who was in the delivery business for 30 years, I was in fear of my life on a couple of occasions. Not as easy a job as one my think.

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#19

Snowman 1, Driver 0

Snowman 1, Driver 0

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Dr Nostromo
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5 months ago

He was stumped as to how that happened.

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#20

Bye Bye

Bye Bye

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James016
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5 months 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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I'manoob!
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5 months ago

Hasta la vista!!

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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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5 months ago

I love this guy's expression!

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#23

Just Play Defence

Just Play Defence

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Simone Taylor
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5 months ago

Omg brilliant. My hero!

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#24

Reverse Brick

Reverse Brick

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Flowers
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5 months 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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Serial pacifist
Community Member
5 months ago

Oooooh. Dwight might be moving to his friends in Africa.

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#26

Instant

Instant

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Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
5 months ago

Stupid cop.

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#27

All's Well, It Ends Well

All's Well, It Ends Well

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Dr Nostromo
Community Member
5 months 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
Community Member
5 months 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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Eliška Hůlková
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5 months ago

And it was during Corona lockdown.

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#30

Goddamn Hypocrites

Goddamn Hypocrites

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Couldnt_Find_A_Good_Name
Community Member
5 months ago

BURN!!

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#31

Revenge At Its Finest

Revenge At Its Finest

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Liz the Wanderer
Community Member
5 months 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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Lxm
Community Member
5 months ago

That folks is why you shouldn't drink raw milk.

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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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Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
5 months ago

sweet!!!

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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
Community Member
5 months ago

just let that sink in what a bad decision it was

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#35

Karma

Karma

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Dre Mosley
Community Member
5 months ago

This jerk and his jerk brother tried to capitalize off the pandemic by buying up all the sanitizer supplies they could find to sell at a profit until Amazon and eBay forbid it.

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#36

Moral Guy

Moral Guy

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Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
5 months ago

Busted.

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#37

Order Them To Stop

Order Them To Stop

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James016
Community Member
5 months ago

It's becoming more and more apparent that lawmakers think that their laws don't apply to them

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#38

Got What He Deserved

Got What He Deserved

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EA
Community Member
5 months ago

OH SNAP

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#39

Block An Electric Charging Station... Get Towed

Block An Electric Charging Station... Get Towed

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Dr Nostromo
Community Member
5 months ago

Bet he was shocked!

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#40

Firefighters Had To Smash The Window Of This Illegally Parked Vehicle On My Street

Firefighters Had To Smash The Window Of This Illegally Parked Vehicle On My Street

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wandile dludlu
Community Member
5 months ago

People don't understand that those pipes don't bend when water is flowing

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#41

What Goes Around Comes Around

What Goes Around Comes Around

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wandile dludlu
Community Member
5 months ago

I never understood why this is funny

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#42

Lil Coke

Lil Coke