We have all heard the saying of karma, you get what you deserve. A lot of times people use it to their benefit and good things tend to follow. However, there are those people who tend to do bad things and it only seems fair that they get what they deserve. Here are 37 examples of karma doing what it does best.
What’s funny is the first guy still doesn’t know what happened.
And this makes it all worth it.
It looks like the dog just goes over to laugh at him.
You got what you deserved.
I can’t help but laugh at this one.
That has to hurt.
Don’t mess with mama.
And you thought you were cool.
That’s what you get for littering.
Yep, you totally deserved this.
Bad sportsmanship deserves bad karma.
Prank gone bad.
You – 0. Sign – 1.
Didn’t your mama teach you how to share?
Cheating deserves a keyed car.
This guy pissed off the wrong group of people.
Sucks to be that HOA.
I wonder how it responds.
Karma wins in this one.
Never underestimate the law.
Your truck isn’t that important.
Maybe you should proofread your employee manual first.
The girls win this one.
Dude, you asked for it.
I guess that’s what happens when you let your dog drive.
Instead they will post it to social media to embarrass you.
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I wonder what his family thinks.
Ticket for the cop.
Now the question is, did he let them get arrested?
Karma at its finest.
I think this will teach them a lesson.
This is the worst kind of punishment.
But he deserves it.
Revenge of the duck.
I have to admit, these people deserved it. They got their lessons in karma, but it was due to their cruel and stupid behavior. So I think it is 100% acceptable. Karma is all about how you treat the world around you. The better you live, the better the karma.