What legendary reddit post/comment do you still think about?

What legendary reddit post/comment do you still think about?

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  1. One guy wished he was famous, and for about a year after anytime he posted people would go nuts and swoon over him. Think his name was “for the wolf” or something based on the old college humor sketch.

  2. That guy who’s wife almost beat their psychotic son to death and was glad that she did it.

    When I first read the title, I thought, how can you possibly be happy about that? But by the end … I was wondering why she didn’t finish the job.

  3. I often think of heroin guy — he tried it once for fun for an AMA, spiraled into full blown addiction within two weeks, and nearly died within a year. Fortunately, he got sober, lived, and still updates his account every couple of years. Also, the kid who died from abusing benadryl. Finally, the kid who from Dubai who asked for help escaping his family after his dad found out he was gay. I actually don’t remember his fate or it was never revealed. I think he may have escaped.

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