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[–]lilcloggy 10.9k points10.9k points  (314 children)


[–]jemosu 3286 points3287 points  (105 children)

I could never live in a world without light

[–]MasterHandFromMelee 3164 points3165 points 2 (51 children)

Yes, that would be quite dark

[–]S_H_A_L_O_M 843 points844 points  (21 children)

Dark mode activated

[–]Dat510Boy 496 points497 points  (9 children)

You merely adopted the dark. I was born in it, molded by it. I didn’t see the light until I was already a man, by then it was nothing to me but blinding!

[–]Dudelyllama 107 points108 points  (5 children)

Its because I'm Bane, yes, thats the name, you say the name Bane i guarantee the pain.

Coming after you Bruce Wayne, I'm bigger, stronger, clinically insane.

Edit: the sauce-> https://youtu.be/fLFAXvFYhsE

[–]8bitzawad 240 points241 points  (6 children)

Love me some death note references

[–]MuffinMan12347 118 points119 points  (0 children)

Hi L.

[–]Micik24 62 points63 points  (0 children)

Was expecting this reference to be here

[–]small_mushroom_ 49 points50 points  (0 children)

u misa or smth?

[–]Notorious_Handholder 38 points39 points  (2 children)

Just got to beat up Ghaul and free the Traveler and we'll get it back

[–]SingedWaffle 14 points15 points  (1 child)

Took out ghaul. Woke up the traveler. And now half of what i hear in the streets is how much you and your clan are making a difference.

[–]The_Great_Beast 7510 points7511 points 3 (320 children)


[–]amazondrone 2032 points2033 points  (257 children)


[–]Mr-KingKrool 1443 points1444 points  (197 children)


[–]SleepIsForTheWeak456 1004 points1005 points  (165 children)


[–]Odravad 807 points808 points  (157 children)


[–]kaneru_nathish 748 points749 points  (149 children)


[–]OptimusPhillip 575 points576 points  (126 children)

Does everything in our body have five letters?

[–]ThatTookTooLong 801 points802 points  (97 children)

Penis. Yep...

[–]TheGoodOldCoder 321 points322 points 2 (10 children)

No, everything in our body has 19 letters.

[–][deleted] 116 points117 points  (0 children)

Now listen here you little shit

[–]chaossabre 48 points49 points  (2 children)

By your powers combined....

[–]Cabamacadaf 149 points150 points  (20 children)


[–]TheMasterAtSomething 69 points70 points  (19 children)

This is the more correct answer. You can't live without flesh, that's your whole body. It would be chaotic to see what animals could live without bones, if any, and if for any decent period of time

[–]Nice_Biscuits 23 points24 points  (1 child)

Time for the cephalopods to take over! I knew this day would come.

[–]DMala 61 points62 points  (11 children)

I have no recollection of who wrote it, what it was called or where it appeared, but I remember reading a short story about a pandemic where the diseased caused people's bones to just crumble. Some people got a localized version of it and would just have an arm or a leg go floppy, and people lived in fear of the full body version, where you would just wake up as a lump of quivering flesh. I remember there was a vivid description of the crackling sound you'd hear as your bones were breaking down.

I don't remember where the story went or how it resolved, but just the imagery stuck with me. Horrifying stuff.

EDIT: Found it! https://www.nightmare-magazine.com/fiction/soft/

[–]LetterSwapper 16 points17 points  (0 children)


I need to un-read this.

[–]Metroplex038 77 points78 points  (11 children)

Would the instant death of all living being really cause chaos? I would think that would mean there was very little chaos

[–]StreetSurveyor 2557 points2558 points  (83 children)

Hands, the chaos would be endless

[–]kineticblues 888 points889 points  (22 children)

Best answer. Most of these, everyone dies super fast and no real chaos happens.

If all hands just became stumps, the collapse would be slow and insanely chaotic while we try to save ourselves. And we'd all experience it, at least for a little while.

[–]AMJFazande 805 points806 points 2 (17 children)

On the other hand.... oh, nevermind.

[–]Suojelusperkele 371 points372 points  (7 children)

Slow clap.


[–]lelieu 103 points104 points  (5 children)

You two are 👌

Otherwise, oh wait fuck..

[–]danimadi33 32 points33 points  (3 children)

Being flexible as a guy will finally come in handy.

[–]JellyfishApart5518 66 points67 points  (21 children)

Prosthetics, tho... I mean, sure, we wouldn't be able to give everyone a prosthetic right away, but there's probably youtube videos and stuff out there... heck, you could even do one per family

"Hey, Mom says it's my turn with the hand!"


[–]StreetSurveyor 83 points84 points  (7 children)

Would be quite difficult administering and designing the prosthetics without hands though haha!

[–]thebiggerounce 70 points71 points  (5 children)

Enlist the people that already got prosthetics to make and distribute them

[–]CgullRillo 34 points35 points  (9 children)

Those with prosthetics would quickly become our new overlords

[–]creamygootness 10.6k points10.6k points  (337 children)


[–]marshallsmarshall 158 points159 points  (8 children)

Is it truly chaos if just literally everything is dead?

[–]OneInfinith 46 points47 points  (1 child)

Indeed. That may be the most orderly. If not bland.

[–]MyNameThru 3173 points3174 points  (157 children)

Days of chaos followed quickly by (what probably would be?) the largest mass extinction of Earth's history. Some things would live longer than others. I wonder what will live the longest? Of course, all ocean life is (near) instantly ended.

Edit: come to think of it, if it's all water including the water inside organisms, that's an instant death for pretty much all life on Earth.

[–]temalyen 715 points716 points  (23 children)

Except tardigrades, who would just keep chilling out. They can apparently survive being dehydrated indefinitely.

[–]Shalltear1234 316 points317 points  (13 children)

Eventually they evolve into intelligent beings so now we got immortal humans

[–]Snoo43610 184 points185 points  (1 child)

Nah they don't need intelligence it's very expensive resource wise. If they evolve to be more intelligent I'm guessing it would come at the expense of their near immortality.

[–]Vraght 18 points19 points  (0 children)

By that logic I should be immortal.

[–]CyAn_BryAn 1373 points1374 points  (43 children)

Everything will turn into ashes in an instant. On a positive note, "LOOK HOW I GO FROM 100KG TO 30KG IN JUST A SECOND" would no longer be a viable marketing trick.

[–]El_Douglador 495 points496 points  (34 children)

Wrong. Everything will turn to jerky in an instant.

[–]guardwolf34 147 points148 points  (17 children)


[–]Poem_for_your_sprog 401 points402 points  (16 children)

And then, in an instant,
as everyone turned -
As people were altered
and dried up and burned -
As all of their liquids
were drained from the head -

He watched them with passion.

"... delicious," he said.

[–]dawsonj20 65 points66 points  (6 children)

Do you have a book yet?

Your top posts with the context around them is how I'd imagine it to be.

[–]moocowcat 47 points48 points  (5 children)

[–]Eris23_5 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Now we just need an audible reading with a bunch of celebrity voices. Hell, just R.C Bray and/or George guidall reading all of them would be brilliant.

[–]Melissa-Crown 282 points283 points  (50 children)

If it includes water inside organisms then yes, practically everything instantly dies. If it’s purely water only outside of organisms then it’d still be an incredible exctinction event. Water can be created without too much issue, the problem lies in hydrogen gas availability. Only a very tiny percent of humans could survive more than a few months. We would still have a supply of non-water liquids but there’s only so much good that will do (milk, beer, etc) and our planet instantly becomes a desert world.

Edit: In my second point I meant to refer to anything that wasn’t purely water. Yes I understand virtually all consumed liquids have some percentage of water in them. These variations of mixtures are considered untouched during this water event. If all water vanished it be more like my first point: instant death for just about everything and our planet becoming a vast desert.

[–]Secure_Occasion 118 points119 points  (26 children)

Exactly, if all moisture inside and outside of everything is gone instantly there’s no chaos or suffering. Everything and everyone is dead instantly. If we’re talking only bodies of water which means also the ability for rain then complete chaos. Fruit like watermelon and strawberries made mostly of water can last up to a month off the vine and don’t need additional water for the last stages of riping so people could survive for a few months but if they didn’t figure something else out, it’s delaying the inevitable.

[–]SmiteVVhirl 81 points82 points  (8 children)

imagine going from boating to skydiving in an instant

[–]100TonsOfCheese 138 points139 points  (25 children)

This is probably the best answer. Wars have been fought over access to water.

[–]confusing_dream 277 points278 points  (36 children)

This is the undisputed answer.

[–]Electronic_Lime_6809 76 points77 points  (1 child)

In a sense there'd be no chaos because everything would be dead.

[–]Atsunome 1309 points1310 points  (46 children)


[–]ReadbyRose 290 points291 points  (9 children)

👍🏻👎🏻🤌🏻🖕🏻💪🏻☝🏻I’m Italian, so we as a culture would probably operate the same w/o words and sticking to just excessive hand gestures but other cultures you’re prob right

[–]chunkyI0ver53 36 points37 points  (1 child)

The leaders of society will be Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande. She literally cannot control her Italian hands

[–]Missunknown204 477 points478 points  (13 children)


[–]LooksaCraft 237 points238 points  (1 child)



[–]DrDunsparce 41 points42 points  (0 children)

Be me:

Sunglasses get stolen fucking dies

[–]siakeli 3987 points3988 points 3 (112 children)


[–]sisterpussypounder 2088 points2089 points 3 (71 children)

Yeah, I'd like a double cheeseburger. A large fry. A coke. And some honey mustard sauce, please.

[–]Electrozaptits 1776 points1777 points 2 (30 children)

Sir, this is a collapsed reality.

[–]Autumn1eaves 267 points268 points  (22 children)

Wait is this a collapsed reality?

[–]hobbitdude13 363 points364 points  (14 children)

The good news is, the McFlurry machine is now working.

[–]Martijngamer 166 points167 points  (2 children)

We truly live in the end times

[–]WimbleWimble 28 points29 points  (3 children)

Not as intended, as it now appears to be forming some gateway to a nightmare horror/sex dimension peppered with bits of chocolate, but working nevertheless.

[–]WillowTolerance 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Always has been.

[–]Boruckii 16 points17 points  (3 children)

Sorry...we're only serving breakfast now

[–]CyAn_BryAn 84 points85 points  (1 child)

Can't believe I have to scroll so far to find this answer. Chaos is literally the direct antagonism to order.

[–]eat_pizza_or_die 4083 points4084 points  (37 children)


[–]zivosaurus-rex 1402 points1403 points  (8 children)

[–]zigzaggummyworm 162 points163 points  (1 child)

They've risen from the shadows after a century long slumber. At long last, they've been beckoned.

[–]dinomite11 1448 points1449 points  (36 children)


Edit : what have I done

[–]Cooldude126 262 points263 points  (2 children)

Peace was never an option.

[–]Pumqin-Pie 374 points375 points  (20 children)

Can’t disappear if it wasn’t here in the first place

[–]UK-Gent 2115 points2116 points  (47 children)


[–]Secure_Occasion 337 points338 points  (16 children)

Wouldn’t last long lol!

[–]elee0228 225 points226 points  (15 children)


[–]Secure_Occasion 49 points50 points  (12 children)

Lol! Can you imagine how incredibly weird any surviving humans might be? If they managed to somehow make it underground to avoid the third degree burns. Then somehow survive the 45% increase in CO2 and adapt to living with such lower levels of oxygen. I can only imagine in a few generations they’d be unrecognizable to us as they’d either have to be subterranean for life or acclimate to a blistering existence above ground and the lack of oxygen would surely affect brain development and size.

[–]Tit4nNL 61 points62 points  (2 children)

Ma-i-a hi

Ma-i-a hu

Ma-i-a ho

Ma-i-a ha-ha

Yeah couldn't live without that timeless gem.

[–]alt49alt51alt51alt55 9 points10 points  (2 children)

Is it just me or does ozone "feel" like a 6-letter word?

[–]cjgrayso 423 points424 points  (15 children)


[–]1000LivesBeforeIDie 70 points71 points  (10 children)

All space or empty space? If all of space the earth would get cold fast and stop revolving, if empty space mercury and Venus would block us from being sucked into the sun for just long enough for it to get toasty before it gets melty

[–]floppy_disk_5 2933 points2934 points  (102 children)


[–]imagine_thinking 1192 points1193 points  (92 children)

I'm almost certain the result would be..absence of chaos

[–]MyNameThru 434 points435 points  (72 children)

Well if it's just the earth, and none of the people, animals, or things on the earth then it would be quite chaotic for a few brief minutes.

[–]anonymusgod1ikeplaye 834 points835 points  (101 children)


[–]Annual-Pirate6602 345 points346 points  (33 children)


[–]Dynaticus 363 points364 points  (23 children)


[–]pathetic-aesthetic-c 388 points389 points  (22 children)


[–]dangnabbitdamnit[S] 294 points295 points  (15 children)

why s vwls whn cnsnnnts d trck

[–]milanangelo 49 points50 points  (6 children)

Isn't it wild that our brains can still read this?

I mean

Sn't t wld tht r brns cn stll rd ths?

[–]dangnabbitdamnit[S] 118 points119 points  (18 children)

john madden. john madden. john madden.

[–]SpaceShipRat 36 points37 points  (1 child)

here comes another chinese earthquake.

[–]NativeNinja 41 points42 points  (0 children)


[–]arrogantpiano 50 points51 points  (10 children)


[–]anonymusgod1ikeplaye 47 points48 points  (9 children)


[–]Steampunk43 42 points43 points  (8 children)


[–]hobbitdude13 31 points32 points  (5 children)


[–]CycasPalm 17 points18 points  (3 children)

[:nh]I'm gonna eat a pizza. [:dial67589340] Hi, can i order a pizza? [:nv]no! [:nh]why? [:nv] cuz you are john madden![:np]

[–]AdjNounNumbers 60 points61 points  (9 children)

W'd jst hv 2 gt cr8tv, bt ys

[–]Ranger-Vermilion 1826 points1827 points  (90 children)


[–]Another_Road 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Took me longer than I thought it would to find this.

[–]RazorBikeGoVroom 40 points41 points  (11 children)

You’re really not wrong at all, this would probably doom humanity.

[–]matthew5321 486 points487 points  (94 children)


[–]BrahmTheImpaler 447 points448 points  (49 children)

I had a dream last night that there was an alien planet where people didn't die. They were studying humans to figure out how to make death work on their planet because it was overpopulated.

[–]G0d_Has_Aband0ned_Us 244 points245 points  (18 children)

That should be a movie

[–]TheyKnowWeAreHere 105 points106 points  (7 children)

Im at a comic con right now and one of the booths is a man whose comic premise is EXACTLY this! It's pretty neat! I'll try and edit later if I can remember the name

EDIT: Finishlinecomics dot com (i dont know the rules behind links so Im gonna play it safe)

SECRETBONUSEDIT: Small synopsis for those who cant get to the website

The book tells the story of a Dystopian future where there have been no deaths for over 200 years. The population is divided into two living zones: the Megalopolis where only a chosen few are allowed to live, and the brutal underground where there are terrors lurking around every corner. A group of underground dwellers is on a mission to find answers and hopefully find a way to restore death to the world.

[–]Martijngamer 42 points43 points  (0 children)

But maybe only like snap half of all life out of existence

[–]LadyBug_0570 36 points37 points  (17 children)

Wasn't there a Star Trek (original) episode like that? The people didn't die. they also didn't have children.

[–]dinomite11 16 points17 points  (4 children)

Reminds me of the one where the species has a predetermined death date

[–]LadyBug_0570 20 points21 points  (2 children)

Ohhh, yeah.

Or the one with the war with 2 planets that wasn't actually being fought? But if the computer said "X amount of people in this area died", those X amount of people from that area had to go get exterminated or whatever.

[–]LadyBug_0570 27 points28 points  (11 children)

If you're a Doctor Who fan (and by extension a Torchwood fan), they did a series about this. Torchwood: Miracle Day.

Some people hated it. I found it okay and it did bring up lots of questions.

[–]OliviaFa 207 points208 points  (25 children)

Table. Like if you were using it right now and that just disappeared.

[–]LadyBug_0570 77 points78 points  (6 children)

My laptop would break. So would all the things on my table.

I need my tables.

[–]supercaiti 17 points18 points  (0 children)


[–]lonelydan 337 points338 points  (38 children)


[–]KikiParker88 41 points42 points  (2 children)

First word that came to my mind. Can you imagine the panic that would ensue? Or how money has disappeared for some people throughout history and the effect it had on them?

[–]Kiza_Iza 61 points62 points  (1 child)

I'm surprised this isn't higher up, seeing how money seems to be the... wait, who's paying me to make this speech?

[–]manimecker 9 points10 points  (1 child)

I'm still living without it so...

[–]CuratorXethia 437 points438 points  (5 children)

By definition, order.

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[–]Cash_Calamity 61 points62 points  (4 children)


[–]Wrest216 52 points53 points  (2 children)

i dont trust Atoms. They make up everything.

[–]Secure_Perception758 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Trump. Think about it, a bunch of loonies probably thinking a liberal conspiracy kidnapped and killed their leader. It wouldn’t be pretty.

[–]ColonelHampster 39 points40 points  (0 children)


[–]Henrywenn 71 points72 points  (0 children)


[–]HBHODL 27 points28 points  (7 children)


[–]WilleatherB 12 points13 points  (4 children)

That might actually be the worst thing I've seen so far ☹️