People Reveal What They'd Ask For In Exchange For Selling Their Soul To The Devil
You're down on your luck when you meet someone who offers to make your wildest dreams come true; there's just one little caveat: it'll cost you your soul. What would you do?
Reddit user Icleanforheichou asked:
Redditors have apparently devoted a bit of time to thinking about this one. Answers ranged from silly off-handed jokes to complicated attempts to avoid possible loopholes.
Some responses have been edited for content or clarity.
I'm now, finally, 6'4.
A life lived at 5'2 has its shortcomings. And they are legion.
Idk man I’m ginger so can I not participate, or like do I scam him, or..?
Okay but same this was my question.
Does he know the ginger-loophole? Does he think he's got a soul and then when the amazon dude arrives, he's just like "goddammit gingered again!"?
I love that we can just assume by this point that Amazon delivers to Hell...they're everywhere.
I didn't ask for anything but I did make a new friend.
Money can't buy friendship, but souls can!
For upon my death for him to hand deliver my soul to Heaven.
You are immortal but live in hell.
Aren't we already in hell? Or is that just grimsby?
No-wipe poos forever.
You never have to wipe agin but you aren’t sure and wipe every time any way.
The ability to shapeshift in to a megalodon. If he won’t do that I’ll just keep my sh***y regular soul.
An unbreakable, perpetually perfectly tuned fiddle and the best fiddle playing ability in existence.
Y'all know what comes next.
To forgive all student loans.
Quick sidebar story. A few years ago I used to work for a student loan company that is currently being sued for predatory practices. They pretty much forced us to tell the borrower to make bad decisions so the interest would go up. I worked there for like a month and it really felt like I was selling my soul to the devil. I would absolutely give my soul to the devil so that others don't have to suffer through those egregious practices and screw their entire lives up over it.-
Seemed Like A Good Idea
A bowl. It sounded funny at the time...but now I'm down one soul.
^(not sure how that would work)
Technically it's the devil I suppose, as he literally has your soul, mate.
What would you ask for in this situation?
"It wasn't me!"
There's not much you can do when the righteous fist of the law comes down on you. Call it a mix-up, or call it a mistake, if someone's pegged you at the scene of a crime there's not much you can do but trust the justice system to prove you innocent. However, that's a gamble, and just because you've been given a "not guilty" doesn't mean the effects won't follow you for the rest of your life.
Reddit user, u/danbrownskin, wanted to hear about the times when it wasn't you, seriously, it was someone else, when they asked: