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- This happend to me in a different manner and to this day I kin…
One thing has fucked me up, i was a kid, like 12 or something, and i was staying at my grandmothers house for the night, in the moring i went to the toilet and saw that the front door handle just pushes down, i say it to my grandmother across the room becouse im kinda freaked out, she says just go to the toilet, becouse she didnt believe me, i do and when im done i see its still down so i just open it, trough the door comes an old lady half naked with some torn up clothing on her, she colapses on the chair in the living room where my grandmother was, she was covered in scrach marks and bruses, she was a friend of my grandma, we call the ambulance and the lady dies soon after in the hospital, it turns out her daughter had gone berserk and attacked her over some argument, she managed to get to my grandmas house but couldent even press the doorbell so just kind of stood there holding the handle, i always feel like if i opened the door faster that maybe i could have saved her.
-why delay the inevitable
Yeah, kill yourself, anon
Went to work one day, passed up an open spot to park since I prefer to have more room, saw 2 spots open side by side and parked there. Got out next to a truck and saw a guy who looked to be sleeping so I walked by then stopped and thought"okay um, maybe I should check on this" Knocked on the window to no response. Opened the door to find his truck still running and him hunched over and as blue as can be. Poor guy was there for at least an hour or hour and a half before I found him.
I think to this day if I passed up parking there no one would have found him for much longer. Now every time I do my rounds and see someone potentially sleeping in there car I go up and knock to see if they are in fact alive.
My mother went by an old friend's house and knocked but there was no answer so she just assumed he wasn't home. Later we found out he had a stroke and told me she had thought about going around the back to try the porch door but didnt and wished she had because then she would've seen him.
He survived the stroke, but would die from liver failure later on in December 2015. I was there on his death bed. Not sure if he could even understand me due to his imbalanced brain dying.
He served in Vietnam and saved 2 men from a burning half track ad well as received 2 purple hearts. He was a good man. Doug Smith
I saw a guy sleeping
i hope he was
with a blanket on him and i didnt know what to do so i left him a pack of chocolate i bought from target. To this day i still dont know if hes alive or what.
Had kinda a similar thing happen to me, saw a guy passed out in his car in a gas station parking lot in the middle of winter in Illinois, and it was about -10 that night, so I called the non-emergency line and waited for a cop to get there. Apparently he does that all the time, and this was the only place that wouldn't shoo him off.
Why do people do this Anyone know? Guy had a nice car that was pretty well kept-up, so I doubt he was homeless.
why do people take naps in their cars? is that a legit question are u dumb
I have heard it said that some old people without any real friends or family left go park somewhere where they will be seen and wait to die.
That way they don't end up dying somewhere where nobody will find them.
Or they do it just to get some human interaction, because odds are somebody will be concerned enough to come and check on them.
Being old can be lonely I've heard.
How could they possibly know how long it'll take them to die?
They don't, they just wait for the day.
being 33 is pretty lonely too
Any age can be lonely, everyone needs pals.
If you need a friend maybe I can be one for you, I mean that.
Not as crazy cuz it was not a person, but one time i was at PetCo looking at all the mice and shit, and i saw this one and i thought it was just being super cute. It was on its back kickin its feet and i like "awww this one is being adorable" turns out it was just dying.
Fucked me up for some reason, i still remember that shit every now and then. Like ive seen actual people die that didn't fuck me up as bad.
I think I understand your feelings, in my opinion it's the juxtaposition in the way you saw the mouse.
You saw something that you thought was cute wiggling, it turns out to be the death throes of an animal.
It is like some ghastly joke where the only one who laughs is the reaper.
you did more than anyone else would have done.
You actually cared.
Tbh she was already dead when you checked on her so :/
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