If you ever visited the R/RoastMe section of reddit, then you're familiar with the premise: people upload photos of themselves holding a sign that reads "roast me". What usually ensues is a brutal collection of comments insulting people, pretty much based on how they look.
Here are some examples, in case you're not familiar with the platform.
But what happens when an attractive person posts to r/roast me? What if there's not much to roast? Usually it devolves into people calling them "attention whores" or a variation of that. So they get their share of jabs.
But none as savage than this woman, who deleted her Reddit account after people bashed her for a few hours.
The worst came though from someone who claimed to be her ex-boyfriend, who seemingly revealed a lot of personal information about the woman.
The takedown was so savage that even follow Reddit commenters felt kinda bad.
Others were just very, very impressed.
If you can't take the heat, then don't ask to be roasted. It's that simple.
The RoastMe Reddit page reads: "Roasting (v.) - To humorously mock or humiliate someone with a well-timed joke, diss or comeback. (As defined by urbandictionary) Hone your roasting skills, meet other roasters, and get yourself roasted! Everybody needs to laugh at themselves! And other people, of course!"
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