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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#106 - silverlance
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Depression posts on facebook make me laugh so much
"I hate my life, I have nothing, I wish god would kill me
Posted via iPad"
#128 to #106 - blanketandpillow
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Contrary to popular belief, money and items doesn't always mean happiness
User avatar #129 to #128 - HonkIfIDriveWell
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"I have nothing" was one of the complaints.
#134 to #129 - blanketandpillow
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I remember reading this book in 6th grade (I forget the title) and it said something along the lines, 'I became the richest man on Earth with everything I will eber want or need at my feet, but yet I feel as though I have nothing'
User avatar #92 - danimer
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Not sure it's true, but I heard that if you catch on fire it doesn't hurt because the fire burns your nerves and stuff
User avatar #115 to #92 - thechosentroll
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Only if it practically incinerates your flesh. In which case you'd be dead in 2 seconds, anyway. 5 if you hold your breath.
User avatar #99 to #92 - drooms
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Thats a third degree burn
User avatar #91 - tuckthisphit
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I feel emetional pain because can can be stronger than physical.
#93 to #91 - anon id: 4f47d762
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Shut up, you ******* pansy, try driving a nail through your hand, then tell me which can be worse.
User avatar #98 to #93 - tuckthisphit
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User avatar #31 - funnynsfw
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I'm not saying one is worse than the other, but it's too different to compare directly.

The difference can mean that the guy on the bottom wants to live, and the guy on top wants to die.
User avatar #1 - thewalruss
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The thing with emotional pain, is that you're concious of your own pain, therefore it grows deeper while you're thinking about it. Physical pains is a natrual response to the things that hurt you, and there is a limit. Some psycologists state that the emotional pain is a choice, while physical pain is inevitable.
User avatar #3 to #1 - magicalsteve
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Before somebody says "If it's a choice then why don't you just choose not too?" it's not nearly that easy.
User avatar #4 to #3 - thewalruss
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It's not easy... but there were cultures were the death was okay, for instance. The emotional pain is a social adquiered response to certain events, it's all about perpective. For example, I learned how to do without thinking... that's incredibly useful when you have to strugle with emotional pain.
#133 - maxsexington
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thats cute...
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#127 to #124 - blanketandpillow
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Wait this was suppose to be a reply to someone... my bad
User avatar #111 - kyoutu
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key words "Can be"

Paper cut vs Death of beloved pet
#109 - manbearbig
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Black people don't have feelings silly
#105 - thalfak
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Yeah totaly stronger
Yeah totaly stronger
#104 - neoexdeath
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Dunno, this stings a damn side more then the resulting Darwin Award will.
#102 - socialoutcast
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#126 to #102 - blanketandpillow
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I guess no one can have problems unless they're starving kids in Africa
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#48 - asadffdsa
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wouldn't the fire burn your nerves so you wouldn't feel much pain after a couple of seconds
User avatar #72 to #48 - vatra
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Takes more than a few a seconds. Try two to five minutes depending on the intensity of the flames, which coincidentally is more than enough to kill you.
User avatar #85 to #48 - Katzie
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Good god man he's not in a furnace.
#86 to #85 - asadffdsa
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I might have messed up with the time, but it is still very likely that I'm right
User avatar #88 to #48 - neiharakon
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Even if the nerves weren't burnt, it's very possible that the flames would cause a sensory overload. This would lead to the nerves being shutdown by the brain. It's a self-defense mechanism, however it does very from person to person. Sometimes it can occur from a simple fracture but sometimes even flame on flesh is still fully felt.
User avatar #30 - hugora
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I've read that being ignored releases the same chemicals on the brain as if you were physically injured.

Of course, it also depends on the injury I suppose.
#60 to #30 - zacsuntibidea
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I still haven't found the research, but I'm pretty sure that the quantity is what changes based on injury. The chemicals would be the same, likely with similar ranges of quantities for Injury and being ignored.
If you happen to find the research, I would like to know where. (I suck at navigating scientific boards)
#19 - timmity
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User avatar #15 - twinnedorphan
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there are things that some people would endure if it meant to fix something in their lives.
#6 - taurusguy
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Well, the fact is that given enough physical pain you would die, but emotional pain can be in there until you are forced to end it yourself through physical pain.
User avatar #2 - magicalsteve
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It says "can be". Still blew extra air out of my nostrils though