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User avatar #1 - cartergrey (05/13/2012) [-]
GOD FUCKING DAMMIT!!! WHAT THE FUCK!!! I just fucking want that happiness, that place that I think I belong in. I fucking bled for four goddamn years through and through and I may as well be a stranger to you. FUCKING HELL.

Goddammit, I just want you to linger in my airspace a while. I want YOU to look into ME for once. I Fucking Die Every Night Now. This is so much worse than whiling away those empty hours when I was alone. Now I am ALIVE, and It burns like hellfire through my eyes. My skin fucking CRAWLS when I think that you may be preyed upon as you leave my protective reach. How can I be such an transparent thing, passed over as though the air barely changes currents. Or am I worse?
Am I the pariah unaware of his state? Do I encroach upon you and your life as a parasite? FUCK! Why can't you see me... just... once?

A groan of tedium escapes me, startling the fearful. I have become too accustomed to being a figment in time for you. But I'm still right here, giving blood, keeping faith. And I don't really have anything to show for it... I can only pray that the answers will come as my trials grow.
User avatar #2 to #35 - cartergrey (05/13/2012) [-]
The world isn't going to get any better since we have caught ourselves in a feedback loop of institutionalized dissatisfaction and rage. We have practically eradicated the only things that give human existence any meaning (compassion and empathy) and then we piss and moan about how harsh and meaningless it all is. We have an economy which is fueled by nothing more than keeping everyone as needy and unhappy as it can, we accept as a maxim that others are different and that everyone is necessarily out for themselves, we only change (by necessity) from one unsustainable mode of living to the next unsustainable mode of living, and then we wonder why we feel unfulfilled, lonely and pointless... doing everything in our power to avoid coming to the obvious conclusion that we have permitted all of our personal misery and done our best to ensure the misery of everyone else in the process.

Nothing would be easier than making the world a better place, an ACTUAL better place for everyone, but since turning self destruction around requires a collective will and, most importantly, the ability to put aside pettiness, nothing is less likely to ever happen.
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