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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - DrollHumor
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I've had these thoughts. Many times.

The ones that come when I'm holding/near babies scare me the most.
I could punt them like a football.
It would probably kill them.
Who could react fast enough to stop me?
No one.
User avatar #14 to #3 - traveltech
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Dude that's messed up. I imagine causing severe harm to annoying people CONSTANTLY. But babies? Dude, no.
User avatar #98 to #14 - teseus
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It's really not. If you punch someone in the face they are either going to hit you back and/or scream at you but after moments they would probably decide to never speak or be with or near you, so you solve the problem forever.
But babies? Babies are something else entirely. We are genetically programmed to hate the cry of a baby so we would not neglect them. So even if you punch a baby in the face, he's gonna scream harder and harder and will therefore be more annoying.
Basically what I'm saying is it's easier to deal with an annoying adult than with an annoying baby. Therefore I think it's not messed up to think about harming something that's made to get on your nerves.
User avatar #104 to #98 - heathz
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wtf is this **** gtfo heroes time pucy
#21 to #3 - cakefaceify
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The difference is that if you're in a slightled altered mental state Could be weed but who knows might be something else like something emotional who gives you are very likely to act upon these thoughts just as this fine gentleman did.

Or maybe that's just me.
User avatar #106 to #21 - zynced
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You obviously don't know jack **** about weed.
User avatar #111 to #106 - cakefaceify
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I did say it could just be me, affects everyone in different ways dude
User avatar #115 to #111 - zynced
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But it's not weed that makes you do stupid ****, it's you that makes yourself do stupid ****.
User avatar #125 to #115 - cakefaceify
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Yeah but weed can be a sort of catalyst for it, a bit like booze is a catalyst for beer goggles to happen
User avatar #126 to #125 - zynced
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But weed doesn't make you aggresive, it makes you think a lot about your actions. Beer makes you stop thinking, there's a difference. Trust me i do both, and i do stupid **** when im drunk.
User avatar #127 to #126 - cakefaceify
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I never said it made you aggressive the dude in the comic is being anything but aggressive, he's just being an idiot. Most people do both hahaha, and it affects everyone differently, so while it might not be like this for you it doesn't mean it can't be for someone else.

(Btw this is the first time I've been sober commenting on this little chain we have here... I apologise for stoned me)
User avatar #128 to #127 - zynced
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No man, not most people.
Check the effects of cannabis and come back.
User avatar #32 to #3 - nought
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society could
User avatar #9 to #3 - westonbeast
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I thought about something similar.
One of those unwed teenage mothers came into my class with her baby and I just thought if I held it I would somehow manage to throw it up into the ceiling fan.
It was toplel.
User avatar #11 to #3 - lurifax
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I think everyone does this, but represses it and hides it away from everyone
#33 to #3 - anon id: e7046a5a
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society could
User avatar #102 to #3 - thebtardist
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Apparently its a predator reflex to destroy another member of your species' DNA/Off spring.
User avatar #108 to #3 - nigeltheoutlaw
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I think it's a testament to your human empathy to be able to harm a defenseless little slug like a baby, but not to.
User avatar #10 to #3 - thedecodedgamer
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You've just been added to the list
User avatar #15 to #3 - jamesisnotreal
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i remember having one when i was out in the garden of my friends house, his father had been working on some stuff out back, and my friend and i were helping him, so we had yet to put the tools away... As i was walking back, his sister was knelt on the decking, and i currently had a drill in my hand... first thought was 'what would it feel like if i just tried to drill into the back of her skull right now... what would happen...' I obviously didn't do such a thing, but i always have those thought too bruda, your not alone...
User avatar #31 to #15 - Bruda
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I have also had those experiences
User avatar #30 to #15 - Bruda
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I have also had those experiences
User avatar #12 to #3 - stupro
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Your conscience.

He's the real hero

#107 to #12 - happypony
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I squished mine years ago. ******* ******* cricket, trying to tell me what to do!   
   
(And don't tell me that's a .gif, I know it is and I just couldn't be arsed to figure out how to change it.)
I squished mine years ago. ******* ******* cricket, trying to tell me what to do!

(And don't tell me that's a .gif, I know it is and I just couldn't be arsed to figure out how to change it.)
#5 - ihateaccountnames
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I always get thoughts like these. Everyone could do something completely random, like hit a complete stranger, run around in circles screaming gibberish, start jumping up and down when in the middle of town....

...but no-one ever does.
#101 to #5 - anon id: cb9f7baa
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We just keep playing the game
#16 to #5 - killerlily
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crazy people do...    
and drunk people i guess
crazy people do...
and drunk people i guess
User avatar #79 to #5 - mathes
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I always think about this, like what would people do if Obama just strips naked during a speach.
#75 - ifun
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For later
#53 - butchersteve
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I am so ******* glad at least one other person thinks like this. Even if comically.
User avatar #56 to #53 - theugandanhero
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I do this all the time and the comic made it that much funnier!
#57 to #56 - butchersteve
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Thank you. I now know there is at least TWO people who think the way I do. It does make me feel good. ... And this comic was in fact funny.
#100 to #57 - satansferret
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Out of the billions of people, you're never alone on anything. Just remember that if you ever feel off. Even my hero Shown here < had people he could connect with on an intellectual level
#60 to #57 - anon id: 9b3914d7
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Nope, i'm numba 3 buddy ^u^
User avatar #62 to #60 - velho
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Make it four.
#61 to #60 - butchersteve
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Well ****. We've got to get this weird semi crazy **** out. Let's all number up in the available world according to how crazy we are, going down from the top. I call 57.
#78 - grievver
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I need it!
User avatar #109 to #78 - becauseoprahsaidso
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somebody please make this chris brown and rihanna
User avatar #29 - MonstrousAngel
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Thanks for putting the punch line in the title
#40 - xcoreyx
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Pretty sure this is how sociopaths thinks
#41 to #40 - xcoreyx
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* think
Dammit I had to go through another stupid login cycle just to correct myself. FJ sucks right now.
User avatar #42 to #41 - ogctom
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damn i hope not, **** like that goes through my head all the time. sometimes when im driving on the freeway i will think " what would it be like to just start pulling pit maneuvers on people" or if there is a bratty child at the store " i wonder if anyone will catch me if i toss this kid over to the next isle when its mom turns around". normal thoughts man every one has them
#45 to #42 - janosaudron
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wanna know if youre a sociopath?

A woman is at a family funeral where she sees a man she instantly falls in love with. The next day she kills her sister. Why?
User avatar #59 to #45 - theugandanhero
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I'm assuming she would want to see the man again, so the only way she would be able to recreate the experience is to kill her sister.
#68 to #59 - janosaudron
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You got it right.
User avatar #51 to #45 - alfrebecht
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Because her sister had eaten all of her cornflakes.
#70 to #51 - janosaudron
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that whore!
User avatar #55 to #45 - Nihatclodra
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Perhaps they were twins, and she didn't want him falling for her by mistake? or the only way she knew how to see him is through deaths in the family?

But honestly, my answer is: Why not?
#72 to #55 - janosaudron
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second guess was right and technically your answer too
User avatar #110 to #72 - Nihatclodra
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yay, I'm a sociopath twice over!
User avatar #52 to #45 - azraelpainter
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because hopefully the man will show up to the funeral of her sister
#67 to #52 - janosaudron
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You got it right
User avatar #47 to #45 - cormy
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Dunno
#71 to #47 - janosaudron
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funny. neither did her sister.
User avatar #113 to #71 - cormy
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So then what, sociopaths can't weigh risk/reward/consequences? =\
#118 to #113 - janosaudron
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No, it's more of a go through the simplest means to get what you want. If you see someone at a family funeral who you decide later you want to see again it's simpler(in their mind) to just recreate the circumstances that caused you to see that person. It's a mix of laziness and selfishness.
User avatar #119 to #118 - cormy
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Are you sure that's a sociopath and not a psychopath?
It's been my belief that a sociopath is "created" due to social interactions they've had. Say, bad parents, bad upbringing, circumstances in which they are taught a different value system than the average person while a psychopath is simply incapable of understanding normal social interactions, yet they can function in normal society because they can still learn what to do and what not to do in order to get what they want, even if they don't understand or feel the things they are supposed to
#120 to #119 - janosaudron
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theres a fine line between sociopathy and psychopathy. While Sociopaths do have a different set of Values those values usually cause them to do what benefits themselves. A good way to put it is a sociopath cannot plead insanity. The understand what they're doing. They understand the consequences of their actions and how it effects the emotions of others and most of the time they don't give a ****. They do not have a conscience and see people as tools to use as they see fit.
User avatar #121 to #120 - cormy
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So why would she kill her sister, an action that would put her in jail for 20 years or so just to see some guy she likes? That doesn't seem like someone who can weigh consequences. Someone who can reason wouldn't do that...

And where does the psychopath come in?
#122 to #121 - janosaudron
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She would kill her sister because it benefits her. If there's another family funeral she believes it is certain she can see the guy again who is probably a friend of the family(or a family member she doesn't know about) That's her reasoning behind it. She doesn't care about the consequences to herself and her family. She want's this guy, she knows exactly how to be around him, she immediately made a plan that suited her needs. A psychopath doesn't plan a psychopath doesn't reason, they just do. If they want to go kill people they just go kill people. If they want to break and destroy **** they do just that. She wanted to see him again, She needed a reason to see him again. That gave her a reason to kill her sister and she knew that.

Sociopaths plan, psychopaths dont. The consequences matter to neither.
User avatar #123 to #122 - cormy
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But I thought you said psychopaths don't plan... So she wouldn't kill her sister, she'd just follow the guy as soon as she sees him leaving the funeral. There'd be no plan, just her wanting to be with him.
#124 to #123 - janosaudron
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she's a sociopath, not a psychopath. She wanted to be with him but she needs a reason to see him again, she needs to create a situation that suits her. If she kills her sister and he shows up at the funeral he may try to comfort her. If he tries to comfort her then she can "come onto him and be taken advantage of in her moment of weakness." Killing her sister just suits all her needs. She gets to see the man again and she gets the chance to form a quick relationship with him
User avatar #46 to #45 - ogctom
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the priest or the funeral director, but since going to the church wouldnt be an odd way make herself noticed, im gonna say the funeral director
#69 to #46 - janosaudron
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nah youre not a sociopath then. youre good.
User avatar #44 to #40 - lokischosen
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I can confirm, I am thinks.
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#117 to #116 - lokischosen
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Time for a hard one
User avatar #43 to #40 - mairon
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I think a lot of people think this way, but not a lot act on it
#86 - niikhavod
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They're called intrusive thoughts. They can get really annoying.   
   
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intrusive_thoughts
They're called intrusive thoughts. They can get really annoying.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intrusive_thoughts
User avatar #73 - temporalguardian
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I thought this only happened to me. Yay i'm not a psychopath. I just imagine what the world would be like if there would be no consequences for absolutely anything.
#81 to #73 - planetpluto
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nope, they guy in this comic is totally a psychopath, no empathy whats so ever in his mind.
#96 to #81 - dehnoobshow
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&gt;Implying temporalguardian has any empathy for anyone.   
I too imagine what I'd do if there was no consequences.
>Implying temporalguardian has any empathy for anyone.
I too imagine what I'd do if there was no consequences.
#90 to #81 - anon id: 23f347fe
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Actually, that would just mean asbergers.
Not that the person is an actual psychopath.
#66 - dickchupacabra
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I've always wondered about something similar to this. I have no idea exactly how other people's minds work, and since mind-reading isn't possible, I can only rely on what others tell me about themselves. And who is gonna be completely honest about that sort of stuff?    
   
Like, is it normal, for example, when you look at a piece of really moldy bread, to have two separate thoughts 1) I should dispose of that and 2) I should eat that and see what happens.   
 I'm under the impression that for most people, a filter or something kicks in and they immediately approve of the first idea, dismissing the second, and don't think twice about it.    
For me, my mind constantly approves of both ideas as valid and wonderful things to do, and I have to consciously choose and restrain myself from going with option 2 while carrying out option 1, and the mental pressure doesn't stop until I've disposed of the piece of bread and am able to stop thinking about it.    
   
Figured I'd ask you guys since, hey, what do you have to lose by telling me whatever ****** up stuff goes on in your head? Have a bat gif
I've always wondered about something similar to this. I have no idea exactly how other people's minds work, and since mind-reading isn't possible, I can only rely on what others tell me about themselves. And who is gonna be completely honest about that sort of stuff?

Like, is it normal, for example, when you look at a piece of really moldy bread, to have two separate thoughts 1) I should dispose of that and 2) I should eat that and see what happens.
I'm under the impression that for most people, a filter or something kicks in and they immediately approve of the first idea, dismissing the second, and don't think twice about it.
For me, my mind constantly approves of both ideas as valid and wonderful things to do, and I have to consciously choose and restrain myself from going with option 2 while carrying out option 1, and the mental pressure doesn't stop until I've disposed of the piece of bread and am able to stop thinking about it.

Figured I'd ask you guys since, hey, what do you have to lose by telling me whatever ****** up stuff goes on in your head? Have a bat gif
#74 to #66 - atomicman
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I'm ****** up too. But I am as well marked down as messed up by those who got to talk to me as doctor Though managed to diagnose me with anything specific.

I usually think about what would happen if I were to start a fight or kill someone, something in that sense. It's merely because I want to feel all emotions I have in me at their maximum potential(I find that very interesting, so I may anticipate on future samelike situations). I am rather masochistic, and have very little feelings towards other people in general(Don't feel the pain of others for example).

So that would be my messed up side
User avatar #99 to #74 - satansferret
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I think you're just less empathetic than others around you. Nothing wrong with that though. You should go into business and start a franchise. not being sarcastic.
User avatar #77 to #74 - atomicman
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*never managed to diagnose, whoops
User avatar #83 to #66 - articulate
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I heard that was called "duality of man" and is an age old problem. Just remember which world is real, and don't do something stupid.