How many times have you chastised yourself for being the worst person ever? More than a few times, is my guess.Worse, even worse, worst: What's the worst thing you've ever done? Redditor Seriantri got the ball rolling with this super personal question:
What's the shittiest thing you've ever done?
The answers from the Reddit community were revealing, to say the least. combativeginger's response sounds like a scene out of a Todd Solondz film:
Around 13 years old my grandfather passed away and we cremated so that his ashes could be scattered into the Great South Bay, Long Island. My aunt had come up from Florida for the funeral and after the services were over the immediate family drove with the urn to the bay. We had all gotten out of the cars and my aunt was reaching for the urn which was in a box on the middle seat. When she lifted the urn it broke (water dissolving urn) my grandfather's ashes were all over the seat and my Aunt, being 13 and always messing around and making fun of friends when they fell or did something dumb I automatically shouted "Ha Nice job". Realizing what I had just said I just stood there with my hand over my mouth as my aunt turned to me with tears in her eyes and her fathers ashes on her hands.From LDNSarah:
My aunt was sick with Alzheimer's but even though the illness was progressing she still made me a birthday cake every year. One time I was really sick with norovirus and in bed. She came over at 11am with a cake and I was still in bed. I pretended I wasn't in and didn't answer the door. She didn't know what to do and left it on the doorstep with a card. She died a few months later and that was one of the last times I would have been able to see her whilst she was still sort of "ok" and not bed bound.maypleleaf is the worst of the worst (but that depends on who you ask):
When I was about 4 or 5 I had almost no understanding of the human anatomy. My little brother and I were doing crafts, including "big person" scissors because mom wasn't wasting money on kids scissors. I don't know why, but I thought "I wonder what will happen if I cut the tip of my brother's finger?" So I tried it. Only a bit, but I remember mom holding pressure to his finger in the sink under the water. I don't think he needed stitches.CosmicQuestions knows he/she's the worst:
I once put a piece of chocolate on this girls chair at work. She was wearing white trousers that day. You can work out the rest.