Sometimes I wish I could control what happens to other people. The thought of being able to make what people feel what I felt when they hurt me is always a good, but fleeting, one. I know it's wrong and I should let go of my anger but I get so upset thinking about how people have treated them when I gave them nothing but kindness.
If you had the chance would you control karma?
Most Helpful Guy
Karma needs a boost. I'd give it to deserving people and shit on the bad people. I. E. Donald Trump. I'd have him lose the presidency in a horrible fashion. Like he's the head of a kiddy porn ring. And he still owns slaves. And he killed his mother for more money0
Most Helpful Girl
I've done it.
There's this guy I was friends with in middle school, who I liked for 6 years. After I told him about 1 yr in, he started ignoring me/avoiding me, basically never gave me the time of day again.
Fast forward to about a year ago; the day I moved into my dorm room for my 3rd yr of college, I saw he'd sent me a friend request. Curious, I accepted it and we started talking through messenger; he started flirting with me and he even randomly sent me a music video for a love song. He told me how we need to get together so we can hang out and catch up, reminisce about old times and all that (kissy face emoji included). I said yeah, totally, over Christmas Break? Christmas Break came. He messaged me on Christmas day asking if I was free some time that week. I lied and told him no, then told him I couldn't meet the week after that either b/c I was going back to school (I really wasn't going back for another 2 weeks). So he said, "ok, hit me up when you're home for the summer." I said "Ok! :)"
Summer Break's almost over. I haven't "hit him up", and I don't intend to. The tables turned; so now he'll know how it feels to be ignored by someone he likes.
Okay, so maybe that's not the best case of "controlling Karma"; more like me also just plain not trusting his intentions; why the interest now after all this time? Can he not get anyone now, then remembered how much I used to like him so he decided to see of that was still the case? I don't know. It's petty, but it feels good. It's very rare when you get to give somebody a taste of their own medicine.0