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Im Tired of This Shit. Really. People like this need to die.. wll l, I Banded a new photo. is yogi‘ joke still Itll Like ‘Comment ‘Share . 19 minutes age TIE: .

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#1 - abbraxys
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I'm pretty sure cavemen weren't killing mammoths for anyone but themselves, actually.
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#1271 to #247 - abbraxys
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That sounds real nice on paper, but in wholesale practice, it doesn't happen. We don't dump 500 billion tons of CO2 annually into the oceans and air because we care about our future offspring. We do it because we like cars and letting the Earth deal with our problems instead of dealing with them ourselves. Cavemen may have shared their spoils, but I'll bet that they weren't aware of the 10,000 year future consequences of their actions when they did it.
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#1285 to #1275 - abbraxys
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We disagree on what "advancement" means to the human race, then. We have about 200 years before we exceed humanity's carrying capacity at our current rate of expansion and consumption. Sure, we have reduced our footprint in some ways, but it's not enough to just buy hybrid cars and paper bags.

You have to make smarter choices, economically and environmentally. Stop buying white bulbs and start buying LED. Even though LED is more expensive individually, they are more energy efficient (35-40%) and longer lasting so that they are a worthy purchase in the long run, in comparison to spending more money by buying more replacement white bulbs, which have very little (5%).

We need to stop using oil in general. It's a non-renewable resource, and it's destructive. We can use wind, geothermal energy, or modified solar power for less expenses because they are permanent purchases, and renew themselves. They also have no drawback on the planet, as you know.

The only advancement I consider is our awareness of our problems finally. But we need to act very fast, or things will get uglier.
#1273 to #1271 - abbraxys
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<_< Not implying that cavemen sharing food is the reason we're all ******, but either way, there is no common, altruistic benefit mankind shares among itself and the world it lives on.
User avatar #35 - intabutter
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saying its the biggest form of stupidity while youre worshiping a pony. okay.
User avatar #83 to #35 - EdwardNigma
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OHHHH, OP, he got you there.
User avatar #40 to #35 - RandomAnonGuy
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Liking a show vs self mutilation... Right.
#575 to #35 - MrMouz
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This is my picture. Do I worship Jesus Bug?
#623 to #575 - whatthenugget
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Stupid question.


Everyone worships the J-Bug.
User avatar #103 to #35 - DOCoSPADEo
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Having a Rainbow Dash profile picture on your facebook does not equate to worshiping said character. Of course I'm sure we'd all prefer that he'd post a picture of his actual god-damn face or something. But merely being a fan of the show isn't soo bad. It's rude to assume he's "worshiping" MLP.
User avatar #242 to #35 - warbek
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you worship the tf2 heavy, it's exactly the same, just a profile picture
User avatar #355 to #242 - brettyoke
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That's true, except this is Funnyjunk, not FACEbook. How many people on this site use their picture as a profile pictures?

Exactly, and how many people have their picture as their profile pictures on Facebook?

Exactly.
#504 to #355 - zionsype
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I have a picture of my dog as my profile picture, so now I automatically worship him?
#746 to #504 - diggytits
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He's not saying every person ever on facebook has their picture as their profile picture, just most of them... Well like 99% but still not all of them. If you put something as your facebook profile picture that isn't you, it usually means you like it a lot. Thats why your dog makes sense. He said that the guy worships MLP because honestly, a lot of people go a little bit overboard with it. Maybe more than a little. Now I only have like 6 brony friends in real life but they all have a bunch of MLP toys. Stuff like that is why he used the exaggeration of &quot;worship&quot; to describe the guy's feeling for MLP   
   
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He's not saying every person ever on facebook has their picture as their profile picture, just most of them... Well like 99% but still not all of them. If you put something as your facebook profile picture that isn't you, it usually means you like it a lot. Thats why your dog makes sense. He said that the guy worships MLP because honestly, a lot of people go a little bit overboard with it. Maybe more than a little. Now I only have like 6 brony friends in real life but they all have a bunch of MLP toys. Stuff like that is why he used the exaggeration of "worship" to describe the guy's feeling for MLP

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User avatar #1216 to #746 - jaggedherp
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That... thing is Dr. Rockzos. Whatever the hell that thing is.
User avatar #613 to #504 - brettyoke
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No, that dog is related to you. He's been in your life for a while, and for another thing, he's REAL.
#1039 to #355 - hillbillypowpow
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i use this
#818 to #355 - vigilum
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Who even gives a **** about facebook?   
Rhetorical question. I need to say that because people won't notice it if I don't type it out.
Who even gives a **** about facebook?
Rhetorical question. I need to say that because people won't notice it if I don't type it out.
User avatar #491 to #355 - warbek
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i suppose you have a point, funnyjunk is basically anonymous, even with an account
User avatar #865 to #242 - raidertrolls
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i guess i liek mudkips then
#17 - theotherchosenone
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#142 - sameeboy
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Self harm and depression is a serious issue

HOWEVER

The sheer fact that this girl takes a picture of her arm and puts it on the internet is a clear sign she's an attention whore.
User avatar #825 to #142 - vigilum
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It's a picture that has been circulating for a while now, no?
Chances are that it's fake and made to raise awareness of an issue.
#672 - SmokeIracing
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User avatar #675 to #672 - Potatocat
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You win an internet
User avatar #950 to #672 - spanny
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spongebob: "i thought of something even funnier than 24 cuts"

patrick: "Lemme hear it"

spongebob: "25!"

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#319 - mayormilkman
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"A few seconds ago."

Does anyone else get bothered by that?
User avatar #323 to #319 - thefurey
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because it was OP who screencapped it. [See the "Write a Comment" Picture]
User avatar #330 to #323 - mayormilkman
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I know. Often these people never bother with screen capping responses to their comments. It can make them look like a pseudo-intellectual and/or a jerk,
User avatar #633 to #330 - Faz
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>Make good comment on some stupid **** someone posts on FB
>Wait for them to reply
>Dumb **** deletes your comment and blocks you
....well ****.
#370 - slush
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Do you have any idea what automutilation is, except for 'hurr duurr teens who cut themself'?
It's a mental disorder, just like any other. Saying people do it just because they're stupid, is like blaming someone with claustrophobia for freaking out in a small room.

>'Our ancestors didn't kill mammoths with sticks for their future to cut themselves because they got their wittle feelings hurt'.

Lol, you couldn't be more of a stupid, ignorant cunt. Our ancestors didn't worry about emotional problems, because they had to worry about, like, not dying. As the human race got more (perhaps too) intelligent, worrying about food and shelter disappeared because it's a given thing now. Instead, we started to worry about 'wittle feelings'. Some people can handle those, some don't. Could be you were just born like that, could be you're emotionally damaged as a child.
#379 to #370 - xascarletskyx
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the only thing that i got out of this was that you're implying every ******** teen crying for attention that cuts themselves has some sort of mental disorder. in which case, please **** yourself, you are one of the people that fuel these teens to cut themselves for attention.
#390 to #379 - slush
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Ofcourse there's some teens who do it for the attention, I mean, I've seen cases of teenage girls faking AIDS, schizophrenia, ADHD and whatnot just for the attention. Doesn't take away the fact that there's 9/10 'cutters' cut their calves/torso and try to hide their scars. How are they doing it for attention?
#405 to #390 - xascarletskyx
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i'll tell you one thing right ******* now, there is no way that 9/10 cutters suffer from automutilation. i had a friend who did cut herself on her thighs so that people didn't see, and out of the about 20 boyfriends she had while i knew her, all of them were cutters (said they were depressed, dressed like scenefags) and did it on their arms. your statement is false, however i do agree with you that there are people who suffer but they are far fewer than you think. I don't mean to offend.
User avatar #641 to #390 - Faz
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You're making up statistics and dumb ***** are thinking you are telling the truth, the large majority of those who cut themselves do it for attention, i agree that there are some people out there who have a problem and who do not do it for attention but these are the minority.
User avatar #1118 to #641 - kristinkhaos
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Right because saying "the large majority" isn't making up statistics.

People cut for a plethora of reasons. There isn't one "be all end all" reason why people do it. People on this site seem to only believe in one absolute truth about it: That everyone who cuts is an attention whore.

and that's utter ********. While some people do do it to gain attention, it's not always the "omg look at meeeee!!" kind that goes and posts **** like this to facebook; I find it's more of the "I have a problem, someone notice please" kind that does it subtly and waits for someone to notice. Then there's also people that just do it because they're masochistic and enjoy pain.

There is no one solitary reason why people do it, and there is no one solitary answer to it. But I know for **** sure that condemning those who do it doesn't help.
User avatar #1127 to #1118 - Faz
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Im not saying everyone does it for attention, i have a friend who was doing out of depression but giving him sympathy and treating it like a problem wasn't what helped him, me calling him a coward and forcing him to do something hes always wanted to do but was too scared to do was what helped him.
User avatar #1129 to #1127 - kristinkhaos
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Refer to the "No one solitary answer to it" part.

Yeah that can work. But going around spreading the message that EVERYONE who does it is an attention whore doesn't help does it?
User avatar #1161 to #1129 - Faz
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refer to the "Im not saying everyone does it for attention" part.

If someone does it for a masochistic reason then i have no problem whatsoever with that because its for pleasure but 200 years ago, when times were absolutely terrible people didn't sit around cutting themselves. People cutting their selves from depression is a product of the last like 20 years and should not be treat like its a disorder. Cutting is a sign of cowardus, peoples whos lives are truly bad do not cut themselves, they do worse things like suicide or they just accept that their life sucks and get on with it the only ones who cut are peoples whos lives are relatively good (e.g being born into a first world country) but because they go through maybe a little hardship such as being bullied they turn to cutting. Their lives could be so easily turned around by them actually attempting to do something instead of just cutting.
User avatar #1175 to #1161 - kristinkhaos
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That's just ******** right there. Utter ********.

I'll use myself as an example here. I have been clinically diagnosed with depression, my entire family has a history of it, along with other mental disorders, I personally have attempted suicide a number of times, and turned to cutting after my father took his own life. Why do I do it? Part of it is that yes, I'm hoping someone notices and lends a hand. Another part of it is that it helps stave away suicidal thoughts. If I cut then I'm focused on something else, instead of the desire to do something more drastic.

So **** no, not everyone who cuts is just "having a bad day". That's absolute ********. It isn't a sign of cowardice either and I have no ******* clue how you think that.
User avatar #1204 to #1175 - Faz
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Will you PLEASE stop taking my words out of context or misunderstanding them, im not saying people who cut themselves are "having a bad day" i said that in comparison to people with truly bad lives the majority (yes im sorry i did not say majority when typing but i really did mean to say majority) and okay your father took his life and i am greatly sorry to you for that because i know if i lost either of my parents i...i might not be able to cope but just because you have a justifiable reason to do these things the widest majority of people do not.

Also i urge you to please stop cutting yourself, take on an activity instead of harming your body. My friend his whole life wanted to take art classes but the group of friends we have are the jock type, the type who if you do something which isn't sport or main stream video games they will insult you over it at every chance they get so he was too scared to actually go but i basically forced him to go to art classes, he now goes every week and loves it and met his current girlfriend there and our friends haven't insulted him once about it because they know its something he truly wants to do. He was scared all this time but once he actually did it he found out it wasn't anything like what he imagined, all the stuff he was scared of never happened and now his life is 100x better.
#407 to #379 - gisuar
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one of my teachers told me a story about a 14 years old girl who killed herself with her brothers gun (policeman) because she thought the hairdresser ****** up her haircut... you shouldn't underestimate attention seeking (and spoiling kids)
User avatar #882 to #370 - raidertrolls
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Someone has a Anorectal Disorder
#608 - satanisthesavior
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Honestly, most people have no idea what depression is. The fact that you would think it's funny to mock someone who is possibly depressed to the point of self-mutilation is what makes me think humanity is dead.

I considered suicide a few times. But then I realized that doing that would only deprive me the opportunity to do what I can to fix **** like this. I hope every single one of you gets to experience depression, and then getting mocked for your depression.
User avatar #682 to #608 - Faz
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I will tell a person who cuts them to their face that they are a coward. If you are so depressed and that you are at the point of willing to commit self harm then why not do something you've actually always been scared to do which could improve your life.

Lets not pretend here that the vast majority of those who cut themselves from depression have little to no friends, are socially awkward (like myself), have been bullied and most likely do not have a person who cares about them (for example a girlfriend or a best friend) So why not instead of cutting yourself be adventurous, try to meet new people, ask out that girl who you have always though might have a thing for you but you were always too scared to do it.

TL;DR
Cutting should be your final option, not your first. Many things you could do would make your life better, cutting is not one of them.
User avatar #692 to #682 - satanisthesavior
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I will always try to give people the benefit of the doubt. I figure that it's better to assume they are cutting themselves as a final option and try to get them help then assume that they are doing so for attention and telling them they are cowardly.

Assuming wrong using the former idea results in pretty much no negative effects, while assuming wrong with the latter idea could result in someone who is already very depressed becoming even more depressed.
User avatar #735 to #692 - Faz
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Cutting yourself does have negative effects, i've heard of one girl who died. She was cutting herself, went a bit too deep and cut something which doesn't like being cut.

Also im speaking out of personal experience here (i try always to do) my friend was cutting himself out of depression, he was cutting his thighs and when he told me i just couldn't believe it, he was someone i always though was happy, the type of person who i had never seen sad so i told him to his face what he was doing was cowardly and i encouraged him to do something he always wanted to do but was too scared to do it and now each week he attends an art class where he met his current girlfriend. Without me intervening and telling him straight he most likely would still be cutting himself.
User avatar #748 to #735 - satanisthesavior
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Well I'm glad that worked out well for you, but I can't imagine that telling people who cut themselves that they "are cowards" has a very high success rate, at least when speaking about people who are actually depressed and not just doing it for attention...
User avatar #757 to #748 - Faz
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If its someone who knows them and someone they actually value the opinion of them im sure it would be successful the majority of the time. People who cut themselves do not wish to kill themselves or even go close to that because if they did they could, they just take that as the easiest option when there is a wide range of things they could do instead which take a little courage on their part.
User avatar #668 to #608 - bemmo
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I think you made an assumption that the person who cut themselves (if it isn't in fact make-up) did so because of depression. If they did, posting pics on fb seems like an odd cry for help, so this seems more like a plea for attention. I'm not supporting the guy in the picture, but be careful when assuming we all think depressed people are funny, go to /b/ for that ****.
User avatar #678 to #668 - satanisthesavior
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Regardless of whether the person is actually depressed, the kind of people who laugh at this sort of thing are the same kinds of people who would laugh at someone who really is depressed.
User avatar #688 to #678 - bemmo
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Generalisation; not necessarily, you're just making an assumption. Granted this content COULD be considered close, but there're still the points that (a) they could be cutting themselves as an overreaction, and (b) they could just be attention whoring, so there is a definite difference between laughing at this, and laughing at those with depression.
User avatar #696 to #688 - satanisthesavior
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Well then clearly there are a lot of people who are willing to fault over that line, because I've met very few people who fall in between "laughing at someone who is actually depressed" and "laughing at a depression joke".
User avatar #635 to #608 - simplescience
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I don't mock the people with depression, because I am someone with it, and it gets really terrible at times. Being at college hasn't always been helpful for it either.

Getting to my point, while I don't mock the people who have depression, I do think it's stupid to cut yourself or harm yourself in any way, and here's my reasoning: What exactly is self-harm accomplishing? You are coping with pain and stress by inflicting more pain and stress? How is inflicting pain upon yourself erasing the problem any? How could you possibly see that as a good idea?

To that extent, I can see why people drink or smoke or what have you, because it provides a temporary escape, but self-mutilation to any extent does not. If anything, it would continue to remind you of the pain, and speaking as one with depression, what you want most when suffering is to be rid of the pain. Self-mutilation is a stupid idea.

I have a number of friends that have considered harming themselves, but I wanted to talk them out of it for the reasons I stated. I realize that people are allowed to do what they want to their bodies, but I've always been told that when a friend, or anyone in general, is in danger, you act.

I realize my rant isn't completely related to your post, but I wanted to rant. Sorry for the long post. ^^'
User avatar #651 to #635 - satanisthesavior
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It trades physical pain for emotional pain. And physical pain is much easier to deal with. I never got quite so far as cutting myself, but I did end up using a tree as a punching bag. Hurt like a ************. Plus, it was a good way to relieve anger, and didn't seem to bother the tree any.

However, I think that any kind of temporary solution, whether it be self mutilation or drinking or what not is bad, and would at least try to talk someone into getting professional help if that's where they found themselves.
User avatar #661 to #651 - simplescience
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But to that extent, you are then reminded every day for as long as the pain/scars last of the events that caused you to be conflicted in the first place, thus constantly reminding you when all you want is to be rid of the depression.

It will sound really weird, but when I'm depressed, I either talk to my friends or watch Whose Line Is it Anyway?
User avatar #681 to #661 - satanisthesavior
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Interesting... I suppose I should have tried that, except I had no friends and every time I tried to talk to a teacher (this was back in highschool) they either didn't help at all or straight up ignored me.
User avatar #691 to #681 - simplescience
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Due to a medical condition of mine, I had no friends through much of my mandatory school years. It's a good thing my mom is as supportive and caring as she is.
User avatar #282 - OsamaBinLadenz
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Oh the ******* IRONY of posting this and having a Rainbow Dash profile picture
User avatar #295 to #282 - defeats
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"Love and tolerate" Osama Bin Laden.
User avatar #1157 - superassassin
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No guys, the jokes are not funny.


Cut it out.
#1192 to #1157 - Rellik
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this guy
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