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Let's be real for a moment: It's always satisfying to see someone get their just desserts.

That was the inspiration behind today's burning question from Redditor taz93v, who asked: "What is the best case of instant karma you have witnessed?"

Reading these is an almost spiritual experience.

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"Don't go to sleep!"

That's the phrase that traumatized any of us who watched any of those Nightmare on Elm Street films growing up, but truth is always stranger––and scarier––than fiction.

Today's burning question came from Redditor elizezu, who asked: "Dear Reddit, what is your weirdest dream/nightmare you've ever had?"

Yikes.

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You've likely seen at least read the book or seen at least one of the adaptations of Mary Rodgers' Freaky Friday, the story of a mother and daughter who can't get along and through magic switching bodies and quite literally seeing the world through the other's eyes one, well, freaky Friday.

That inspired today's burning question from Redditor CryoTraveller, who asked the following question: "You're allowed to body swap with anyone on earth for 24 hours (as in the movie Freaky Friday). Who's life do you swap with and what would you do?"

We actually wish we could see these swaps happen.

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Catfishing is a deceptive practice in which individuals lure unsuspecting victims into a relationship by means of a fictional online persona.

That's unnerving, and although the term has been around since at least the 1940s, it gained significant attention in our social media age thanks to the documentary Catfish, about a man who developed an online relationship with a woman who was not what she seemed.

Today's burning question came from Redditor XerXesKay, who asked: "Redditors, have you ever been catfished? How did you deal or are you dealing with it at the moment?"

The practice is more common than you might believe.

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Growing up is hard, but so is still feeling like you're in the dark about things you should already know as an adult.

Here's a secret: We're all just trying to get by. I used to marvel at the adults around me and wonder how they managed to figure it all out. They actually never did! Shocking!

Today's burning question comes from Redditor TotallyNotAPlant, who asked the online community: "As children, we were often told "you'll understand when you're older." What's something that, even now that you're older, you still don't understand?"

There's a lot, okay? A lot.

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"I want to talk to the manager" is not a phrase any customer service worker likes to hear, and it's definitely not fun for the children of those demanding customers to hear either.

Today's burning question came from Redditor Em367, who asked: "Children of 'I want to talk to your manager' parents, what has been your most embarassing experience?"

We're cringing. Hard.

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