Do you believe in karma? If you don't, you're probably one of those people who gives really bad tips and doesn't care when they cut people off on the freeway, because nothing you do has any consequences, does it?
Speaking of driving, it can be one of the most frustrating experiences of your day. Everybody's just trying to get where they need to go as quickly as they can, and they don't really care what they do in order to arrive there on time. Which means that sometimes, people get in accidents.
So, it turns out that that silver car was the victim of a hit and run. Which is basically one of the things in life that guarantees that karma will come raining down on you. The driver would be more upset, but the other car sped off without realizing they left their front bumper behind, license plate and all. Ha! That's what they get. Halfway through their drive home, they're going to realize there's a little something missing on their car. This has to go down in the hall of shame as one of the all-time biggest driving fails.
I'm not sure if this is just a perfectly, well-timed shot, or the child on the right is turning into a donkey like in Pinocchio for being naughty. Either way, that's some sweet, delicious karma. We'd call that donkey an ass, but we're actually a huge fan of him. Donkey from Shrek, is that you? This seems like something that he would pull.
The complete lack of surprise from the guy sitting in the chair shows that he believes in karma. Considering how fast this happened, that guy might even be friends with karma. We'd also like to make friends with karma, so if anybody can get us this guy's digits, we'd really appreciate it.
Don't you hate it when people illegally park in handicapped spots? So does everyone else, apparently. This is one of the absolute best ways to deal with bad drivers, if you happen to have a about ten thousand blue post-its and a lot of time on your hands.
This is some Jigsaw-from-Saw-level cruelty on display right here. You'd think she could just search for the file by key words, but notice that this is on a USB, meaning she likely will see this moments before having to present the project.
I like to think that this thief actually did know there was glass there, and thought it'd be quicker to burst through it instead of waiting for the automatic doors. I guess we all learned how hard that glass really is. Oh, and not to steal, I guess.
It's so satisfying to see someone caught in their web of lies, just like the characters were in Charlotte's Web. I totally loved reading that book. The person who made this post, on the other hand, probably didn't love reading that book because they obviously don't actually read at all.
Remember when Bruce Lee said, "Boards don't hit back"? Well, he was right. But signs attached to orange pylons? Yeah, they hit back like a mofo. She was so instantly annoyed at this cone, that the universe decided to give her a lesson on being more patient.
Not only do the humans get to have that sweet, sweet revenge, but so do the dogs. And I think this dog would love what happened to this laxative stealer, especially because he doesn't have to eat those laxatives himself now, because everyone knows they don't taste good.
The more I watch this, the more it looks like the guy knew what was coming and flexed his back in just such a way to perfectly and accurately deflect the projectile. If you wanted to know if Spider-Sense was real, here's your proof.