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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #3 - diabolicgnome
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isnt the guy on the right the same guy who ***** beautiful woman with a 2 foot cock?
#9 to #3 - bananajoe
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here is the pic
User avatar #10 to #9 - diabolicgnome
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there we go
#4 - thecharliesheen
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Someone had to do the necessary bleach joke.
Someone had to do the necessary bleach joke.
User avatar #11 - ihasapie
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(11/29/2012) [-]
I have seen that picture 100 times before, but never knew he suicided
#12 - selfdenyingbeggar
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WELCOME TO PLANET EARTH. ********* WORLD IN EXISTANCE (that we know of) AND EVERYONE PRETENDS IT'S GREAT inb4 such a magical place inb4 you make your own world
User avatar #13 to #12 - elenana
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**** your ****, I dont pretend its great I flat out give advices to hate this world to people and tell them how life is ****** in bars and stuff to complete strangers.
#14 to #13 - selfdenyingbeggar
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Well, good for you. At least you aren't afraid of the truth, even when it hurts.
User avatar #27 to #14 - elenana
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Not thumbing you down btw, you have some valid points that work for you and its not wrong to share them.
#28 to #27 - selfdenyingbeggar
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I know. Now I know that one person read what I had to say and didn't like it, no harm done.
User avatar #31 to #28 - elenana
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Maybe your positivity is messing up their negativity. Meh, some people cant seem to accept people are different.
User avatar #15 to #14 - elenana
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Does not hurt when you accept mister lucifer in your heart and you love hate.
#17 to #15 - selfdenyingbeggar
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Meh, now I just think you're stupid. Lucifer is God/Godess or Source's, if you wish, most precious angel (not in a Christian context) and was created so he would create a separate reality from god in which free will could be explored. We're currently living in this reality. And also, hate is the feeling you get when you think you deserve something but don't get it. Negative feelings are actually distortions of our positive ones and if you were to dig in your subconcious and clear your issues you'd find that you're pure love and that the things you suffered, the way you were programmed in life, added "masks" that became your "persona" so you wouldn't be hurt. You're not "deep" or "special" not even "dark" for choosing hate, so you can quit your act. just saying
User avatar #18 to #17 - elenana
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I, for one, believe Satan is not deity however it is characteristic inside yourself wich you should praise, since all men are capable of evil and what makes you evil is the morals however oftimes people bend their morals when they see it fit their situation, so for what reasons should I follow the morals set upon me by other people if even they do not follow them? Thus I choose to embrace the wicked side of myself instead of ************ myself with morals and stuff as they are pointless. That is all my friend. Not act, just something I've realized through my life. And hate isnt that feeling, for me its more like that I believe other people deserve more **** than they've gotten.
#19 to #18 - selfdenyingbeggar
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That's the feeling I was talking about. You feel that way about other people because you too feel like you deserved a better life (thus if that's not possible they all deserve worse lives). I respect what you mean by morals and you're right, a lot of people just take them because it was given to them and to feel they're "good" while suppressing the "bad" things they feel. However, its my perception that you're still living based on people's moral because instead of accepting it you chose to reject it which means instead of other people who are trying to be "good" you want to be "bad". My advise is you forget about them and their morals and focus on what you want. Maybe you do prefer negativity, I don't know, but I don't think so. If you accept the parts of you that you repress and let go of your traumas (really do, not add another mask to your set) then you will be truly liberated. The problam with moral is that it's not a personal choice it's just social programming but there are other kinds of people who are aware of their "darkness" but still choose what behaviour they like, independent of the circumstances and of other people. Your shadow can be a lot of things (what you repress in your subconcious a lot of people repress the things they have been taught are "bad". In your case you might be repressing your positive (positive-negative is different than "good-bad" these two imply judgement) side because you want to be all hate.
User avatar #20 to #19 - elenana
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I do prefer negativity and no I do not think I deserved better life, actually I think I've deserved fair worse. No traumas or anything in my life, I just love to hate that's all, cause its such absurd thing combining two polar opposites together it somehow balances you know. And I do live by my way, dont really care for other peoples morals or social standards and I seem to get by just fine.
#21 to #20 - selfdenyingbeggar
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Okay, all I'm gonna say now is be honest and be sure you're being honest about how you really feel. I've met a lot of people who thought and said the same but it was clear (because I got to see how they behaved) that they were actually reacting to some and more of the stuff I said before. I still hide things from myself occasionally and don't realize because of the habit of doing it. We all do it and that's why I feel more inclined to think you're doing it too, instead of believing that you really don't care about what others think and that your "love for hate" isn't more than a distortion because of past issues. an attitude of "I don't care what people think" 99% of the time if not 100% is because they're going against an internal subconcious belief that they DO care about what other people think
User avatar #22 to #21 - elenana
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You may have met alot of people but you still havent met everyone. And I never said I dont care what people think about it, I tend to tone my hate down when Im interested in certain woman or hang out with my friends (except I have some who think almost same as me). I have no past issues, everything thats happend to me is just past, nothing else, why should I let it run the course of my life? Sure I've learnt from my mistakes but thats pretty much all, lessons to be learned.
#23 to #22 - selfdenyingbeggar
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Yeah, but you see, sometimes it IS still in effect inside your mind. Your subconscious. Beliefs, definitions or attitudes that you picked from the experience may still be in effect. That's why people almost every time never change when they want to because they don't address their subconscious. Also, if you aren't tired of this conversation I'd be interested to read what you think about that "finding the balance loving hate" thing.
User avatar #24 to #23 - elenana
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I've dabbled with my subconscious with some psychedelics and psychosis and shiz witch all made me closer to realization of my inner feelings. In the past I was always depressed and sad, and now instead of that Im just rather angry and to be honest I find it rather much better. I've been happy but I didnt feel content with that hollow feeling, doesnt motivate me that much. Instead I feel like hate is a great source of fuel, however it burns man faster but stronger so I use it to create poems and music. It wonderful source for creativity I've found as long as its calculated hate instead of burts out feeling. And love to hate thing is mainly because I do a thing I love, however it is hate witch cancels it out to pretty much to 0. No negativity, no positvity, just serenity. Serenity of chaos and balance.
#25 to #24 - selfdenyingbeggar
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I still don't understand the balancing effect but if it's working for you who am I to say it doesn't. I get the "hate" being a powerful motivator/fuel though, and I've lived like that too, although I prefer the serenity that comes from accepting and letting go of everything that I was. I'm not like that at the moment, but I've been there so, I made that pretty much my goal.It's like telling yourself (perhaps that's exactly what it is) "No worries man, we're cool and I love you". don't underestimate those words just because people tell them a lot of times without meaning them
User avatar #26 to #25 - elenana
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Well to be honest it pretty much started out when I had my psychosis. Its actually kinda like having brain reboot, but you start out adult with all the basic instincts and **** you've gathered thoughout the years but not the outside preasure of being what society wants you to, so this is what I've become. And loving hate is like "No worries man, its just **** and you can hate if you want, you'd love that wouldnt you?" so basicly if **** happens, I love to hate that ****. Warm and fuzzy while still hateful.
#29 to #26 - selfdenyingbeggar
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Oh I think I understand you know. By not negating your anger or well, your hate you can enjoy it and then it just goes. I mean you're not in a hateful mood always but you don't limit yourself when something happens or you see something or hear or whatever that you hate.
User avatar #30 to #29 - elenana
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Yes thats pretty much to the point. Im not hating always but I feel like if there is something worth hating, it should be hated and you should love that sensation of hate since its usually burning passion, meaning you are still alive and capable of strong emotions, witch i think is pretty much what being a human is all about.
#32 to #30 - selfdenyingbeggar
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I don't want to sound condescending, far from it. I'm really impressed by your approach to emotions and your feelings about being human. I also think that passion is key to the human experience. What I was sharing isn't far from what you do. You simply recognize that the things you hate, you hate them because they're repressed aspects of yourself that you're seeing projected on something or someone else. So, to give an example, let's say you see a woman neglecting her child because she's on the phone talking about materialistic things with her friends. If you see that as more than just a piece of information, you hate her or you just get angry at her, it's because there's a represed part of yourself that is like that woman. And after you recognize it and acept it then you've no problem with it and sometimes you realize that attitude sprang as a defense mechanism or a way to get something earlier in your life, so you stop judging other people because you realize that there aren't actually "bad" people. They're just dealing with their problems in different ways, and although it may not justify their actions it gives you understanding and compassion.
User avatar #34 to #32 - elenana
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Yes, I think that is a good approach to the things in general. I've also come to the conclusion that people deal with their problem in different ways, and everyone has **** on their plates but I usually do not hate people for no reason or small reasons, that would be absurd and waste of my efforts. Mostly tho I hate myself, but since I love to hate it kinda means I love myself at the same time. Witch I kinda do. But thats just my way, to each their own and even if I might hate it, I still same time usually respect it in a way.
#36 to #34 - selfdenyingbeggar
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Well, it really was fun to exchange ideas with you. What a world it would be if people were as conscious as to why they do things or feel like you. One of my beliefs is that we're all one consciousness and If you did psychedelics maybe you got to experience your naked "I" presence without ego. So... I wish you well, brother and I'm glad you exist.
#33 to #32 - rubanio
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User avatar #35 to #33 - elenana
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You sir really are a cool cat.
#1 - mrlego
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...I'll be the first one to say this.   
   
NOBODY GIVES A ****
...I'll be the first one to say this.

NOBODY GIVES A ****
#37 - anon id: f261a0d1
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Yep, that's life unfortunately...
#5 - anon id: 0733e034
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It's called a repost
User avatar #2 - pebar
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it's called bandwagons.