My personal favourite Reddit comment is this one, written by /u/toddb, who wrote it during the 2014 World Cup and won it in 2016.

This one has more than a million upvotes.

In it, a user describes how he was watching an NFL game with his wife and a friend, when they saw a picture of a young girl with her hair down and wearing a white cap.

“I just got a little freaked out and asked, ‘Is that a girl?'” the user wrote.

“She smiled and replied, ‘Yeah, it is.'”

I could go on and on, but you get the point.

I am not going to do that.

“So,” he continues, “I looked at her and saw that she was wearing a very similar cap to mine, but that the hair was down.

And then I thought, ‘Wait, she’s not a girl.'”

So I searched for more information and came across this Reddit post.

I could tell it was going to be a lot of fun.

“And then I saw the caption underneath the picture,” the user continued.

“This was my favorite comment of the entire thing.

It read, ‘If I could only have one comment of my own every time I laughed.’

It was just so hilarious.”

The user wrote that he has since used the comment to “pay for the privilege of being able to laugh and not feel bad about it.”

I am still not sure if I would have made that comment had I known about it then, but it’s a pretty awesome sentiment.

I was on Reddit during the World Cup, and my wife was there too.

It was a pretty emotional moment for us.

We didn’t even know each other then.

I had never laughed before, so I was totally in shock.

The only way I could have laughed was if I had seen her wearing a hat.

She was the first person I had ever seen with a hat on, and it was one of the few things I felt comfortable saying.

So I thought about what it meant for us to laugh when it was someone else who was wearing the hat.

So that’s why I laughed.

I’m not sure how many times I would do it now.

The comment is still one of my favorites.

I think it’s an awesome sentiment to say, and I think people should say it every time they laugh.

There are plenty of other great comments in this thread that people could do with their time, and a lot more people could have said it than could have.

I don’t think you could go wrong with something like this, but this one is pretty awesome.