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They say what goes around comes around. That’s karma. People who deserve it have funny things happen to them. It’s the Universe’s way of saying, “You messed with the wrong person.” Here are some stories of people who got their comeuppance.
What is Karma?
Karma is the belief that what you put out into the Universe comes back to you. Good deeds are rewarded with good things happening to you, and bad deeds are punished by bad things happening to you. It’s like cause and effect, but on a larger scale.
The belief in karma is common in Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, and Taoism. The concept of karma has also been adopted by some people who don’t belong to any particular religion.
Karma is often used as a way of explaining why bad things happen to good people and good things happen to bad people. If you do good deeds, then good things will happen to you as a result. If you do bad deeds, then bad things will happen to you as a result.
The theory of karma can be helpful if it motivates you to do good deeds. However, it can also be harmful if it leads you to believe that bad things happen because people deserve them. It’s important to remember that we live in an imperfect world and that sometimes bad things happen to good people and good things happen to bad people, regardless of what they did or didn’t do in the past.
Examples of Karma
There are countless examples of karma in action, both in the news and in our personal lives. Here are just a few:
In 2006, a thief in Scotland stole a rare goldfish from a pet store by hiding it in his pants. He was caught when the fish stuck its head out of his fly as he was leaving the store.
In 2009, a man in India who had been stalking and harassing a woman for months finally caught up to her as she was walking home from work. She turned around and pepper-sprayed him in the face, temporarily blinding him and giving her time to escape.
In 2012, a man in California tried to carjack a woman at an ATM by spraying her in the face with Mace. She responded by spraying him back with Mace, then drove away while he was blinded.
It happens to all of us. You know that heavy feeling in your gut when someone cuts you off in traffic, or when the waiter gives your table the stink eye. We’ve all been there, done that. But what goes around, comes around. And sometimes, it comes around in the most hilarious ways. Here are some funny examples of people getting their comeuppance.
What is Instant Karma?
Instant Karma is when someone does something bad and then immediately experiences the consequences of their actions. It’s like a form of “instant justice” that delivers comeuppance in the moment.
The term “instant Karma” was popularized by John Lennon with his song of the same name. The lyrics talk about how good deeds are repaid with good fortune, and bad deeds are repaid with bad luck.
There are many examples of instant Karma in the news or in viral videos. Sometimes it’s just a case of someone getting their comeuppance, and other times it’s more serious.
For example, there was the case of the man who tried to rob a convenience store and then slipped on a banana peel as he was trying to make his escape. Or the woman who was driving recklessly and then got pulled over by a police officer.
In some cases, instant Karma can be wacky or funny, like when someone prank calls a Pizza Hut and then gets prank called back by the employees. But in other cases, it can be more serious, like when someone vandalizes property and then has to pay for the damages.
Whether it’s funny or serious, instant Karma is a popular topic because it’s a way for people to see justice being served in real-time. And sometimes, that’s exactly what we need to see.
Examples of Instant Karma
1. A woman was driving down the freeway when she saw a man in a convertible ahead of her weaving in and out of lanes. She pulled up next to him and roll down her window to give him a piece of her mind. Just as she was about to speak, she realized that his car had a “new car” smell. It also had a beeper that went off every few seconds. Fascinated, she watched as he reached into his glove compartment and pulled out a pair of safety glasses. He put them on, then leaned over into the back seat and took out a bucket of fried chicken. He set the bucket on his lap, then began eating chicken with his right hand while still steering with his left.
The woman was so astounded that she started to laugh uncontrollably. When finally able to compose herself, she motioned for him to roll down his window. “I’m sorry,” she said, “I shouldn’t laugh, it’s just that I’ve never seen anyone eat fried chicken while driving a convertible.”
“Yeah, well” he replied, “I just bought this car and I haven’t had time to go shopping yet.”
2. A woman went to buy some fish from the market. The vendor gave her more fish than she had asked for, so she pointed this out to him. He insisted that since she had paid for them, she should take them all. She didn’t want to argue with him and took the fish home.
On the way home, she met one of her friends who was buying vegetables from a different vendor. The friend commented on how much fish the woman was carrying and asked if she planned on cooking all of them herself. The woman explained what had happened and how the vendor had given her too many fish.
The friend told her that she should have taken only the amount of fish that she wanted and left the rest for someone else who might have wanted them more. The woman hadn’t thought of it that way before and felt bad about taking more than her share. She decided to go back to the market and return some of the fish to the vendor
Some people just have a way of making things happen to them. They always seem to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. And when bad things happen, it’s just hilariously funny because they so deserve it. Here are some funny stories about people who got their just desserts.
What is Bad Karma?
Bad Karma is the belief that if you do something bad, it will come back to haunt you. The idea is that your actions have consequences, and if you make poor choices or treat people badly, eventually it will come back to bite you. It’s a simple concept, but one that can be hard to remember when you’re in the heat of the moment.
There are lots of ways to earn Bad Karma, but some of the most common include:
-Treating people badly
-Cheating or being dishonest
-Hurting others physically or emotionally
Of course, not all bad things that happen to people are because of Bad Karma. Sometimes bad things just happen, and it has nothing to do with anything someone has done. But if you find yourself in a string of unlucky events, it might be because your Bad Karma is catching up with you.
There’s no sure way to avoid Bad Karma, but try to be conscious of your actions and how they might affect others. If you’re honest and kind, you’re less likely to earn yourself a healthy dose of Bad Karma. And if you do mess up, try to make things right as soon as possible. The sooner you make amends, the less Bad Karma you’ll have to worry about.
Examples of Bad Karma
Here are some examples of bad karma that people totally deserved:
-A woman who was constantly gossiping and talking badly about others found out that her husband was cheating on her.
-An internet troll who spent his days leaving hateful comments on social media had his personal information leaked by hackers.
-A man who was always yelling at and belittling his employees was passed over for a big promotion.
-A woman who was always talking about how lucky she was ended up winning the lottery.