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People Are Sharing Their Evil Life Hacks And We're Tempted To Try Some Of Them

Updated January 24, 2020 69.5k votes 8.3k voters 244.1k views53 items

List RulesVote up the life hacks that are evil and you would never do...

Funny how - knowing none of you have ever broken any moral codes - some of us are not exactly super happy. But we would NEVER follow any of these life hacks posted on the subreddit r/UnethicalLifeProTips to get ahead in life. It'd do more harm than good. We could never...unless...

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    Accidentally Hit A Car?

    From Redditor /u/abeannis

    Save business cards of people you don't like. If you ever hit a parked car accidentally, just write "sorry" on the back and leave it on the windshield.

    Is this evil?
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    Want To Ruin Someone's Life?

    From Redditor /u/captainflowers91

    Write a note blaming someone you hate for your death and keep it in your wallet at all times.

    Possibly include something about how "they said they would make it look like an accident" to cover all your bases. Maybe nothing will happen. Maybe you'll f*ck up their life.

    Is this evil?
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    Want To Date Someone?

    From Redditor /u/goodscrimshaw

    Had a good first date from a dating app? Report the person in the app so their account gets ban. That way you limit their dating options and increase your chances of a second date.

    Is this evil?
  • 4

    Need Business For Restaurant?

    From Redditor /u/puzzydestr0yer69

    Your food business is not getting enough customers? Make a fake hot tinder profile and tell your dates to meet at your restaurant, pretend to be late and tell them to order something expensive for you. Then after you serve them call off the date because your BF/GF found out or something.

    Is this evil?