Im a full on rapist
"Africans, dyslexics, children, that sort of thing."
Its always sunny in Philadelphia! Best show on TV. If you haven't seen, you should!
@VanillaShart, omfg that show is disgusting do not watch it it will take over your mondfddf
@VanillaShart, agree 100%
@VanillaShart, I just started watching it a week ago on Netflix and I'm almost done with all 8 seasons on there
Always Sunny if you havnt watched it you probably should
@IAmCanadian, that's like saying if you don't eat bacon you probably should
@That Animal Guy, Well, last time I checked,a Jew could eat "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
Taking this commentless pic to say to mathgeek: while I know you said already you are postponing your suicide, so this is somewhat late, but still relevant as you have still expressed your plans to only commit it later, it's true what they say that suicide is never the answer. I know you said you didn't want people telling you false inspirations so I come with solid facts instead. Almost 100% of the time, people who commit suicide do it towards the end of their depression. Normally, people's moods go through natural ups and downs. Depression is an elongated, severe 'down' time. During these bouts, people with depression are plagued with thoughts of hopelessness, but due to the extreme fatigue that comes with it, they only plan a suicide, but don't have the energy to go through with it. Sadly, when they begin the climb out of the 'down' time, their energy returns first, but those thoughts of hopelessness remains. Thus this is when most people with depression commit suicide.
@TheBookEscape, continuing because I reached the limit: the thing is, the longer you postpone your suicide, the farther you'll climb back up to normalcy. So, while it's difficult and even though those thoughts still remain, it's already getting better. The fact that you feel you could go through with it, as twisted as it sounds, is a sign that you're on the road to better times. So hold on. As tough as it is. You've already taken the first step.
@TheBookEscape, Look man, even though those posts are helpful to real people who contemplate suicide, just stop. I will be downvoted to hell but I dont care, I am tired of people throwing suicide around like it is a fad. I have attempted, slit wrists and all. Real people contemplating suicide dont go on a app/site and say they are going to do it. Hate me all you want, but its true.
@Kuai Liang, I don't hate you, but I also don't agree with you. Just because you didn't reach out to people in that way, doesn't mean no one does. Even if they aren't serious, I personally take every suicide attempt I read online to heart. I had someone once that I talked to occasionally on a site. One day they claimed they were going through with it and I didn't take them seriously. I never heard from them again. I'll never know what happened. All I know is that I may have let someone die. I don't plan on letting that happen again.
@TheBookEscape, sorry man:(
To gotta pay the troll toll if you wanna get to the boy'ssoul, you gotta pay the troll toll if you wanna get through.
I've been looking at this picture for a few minutes and cannot think of a clever comment.
@Maximus Decimus, I know that feel. Then you have to steadily watch other commenters arrive to the scene. You read their comments and think to yourself: "WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THAT?!"
Can't wait to see the comments on this pic.
@BowlingAlleyCat, QUICK NO ONE COMMENT
I love this show.
It's Always Sunny In Pedophilia
Well I'm an analrapist. You know, a analyst and therapist.
5 July 2014 #5July2014