I love internet commenters because they make me laugh. The good ones are so funny! And even when they're awful, mean-spirited and filled with hate, there's a certain humour that comes from that sort of silliness. But what if commenters actually get what they wish for in their comments?
If Every Internet Commenter's Wish Really Came True
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