The Kamikaze By Words subreddit, which has been making people laugh since 2018, is said to have originated as an inside joke between friends.
The Kamikaze By Words subreddit is for all those who appreciate the art of "taking down the ship to kill the captain." That is, the 433,000 member-strong community celebrates the everyday self-deprecating heroes of the internet who take one themselves to land a blow on someone else who really deserved it. The forum, which has been making people laugh since 2018, is said to have originated as an inside joke between friends "about people essentially 'canceling' themselves." Speaking to Bored Panda, the lead moderator running Kamikaze By Words spoke of a friend who everyone calls "Wide Dangelo".
"He's not actually overweight or anything, he just has the tendency to walk really broadly. The shoulders of that small man are an awesome sight to behold honestly," they said. "From every person I've ever met, every single person in our circle, not one man stands with more confidence, cracking self-deprecating jokes one after another. But he stands, he makes fun of how he stands, but he stands broadly and proudly. And honestly, I think the world needs to know of people like him; whilst making fun of his own little quirks he stands there, widely. Absolutely legend."
Here are 25 posts that were a big hit in the 'Kamikaze By Words' community:
Nah, we don’t stick around this long.. https://t.co/pzSvGqtRVJ— Al Monroe (@Almondreaux7) April 10, 2020