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Moral predicament

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Submitted: 02/28/2013
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User avatar #3 - kwanzalord (02/28/2013) [-]
You really need to do something about your relationship with him
Approach the man's bed and whisper into his ear.
Tell him you will release him from his pain
You will be a savior to him.
Now slam your hand into his stomach and start to rip out his stomach.
Open the stomach sack and pour all the acid onto his face.
Now take his intestines and chew upon them.
Make sure he watches.
Tonight you dine...you dine because you must
#4 to #3 - nicholasmann (02/28/2013) [-]
Holy 			****		 this was amazing, a cookie for you good sir.
Holy **** this was amazing, a cookie for you good sir.
#1 - leroiv (02/28/2013) [-]
No, you aren't
User avatar #10 - sodapops (03/01/2013) [-]
Looking for moral advice on FJ? That's a good one.

Apart from that, no you are not. It's also OK to smirk a little. When he is gone, tell your mother how badly she ****** up but that it's OK if she stops dating psychos.
User avatar #9 - dascruffy (03/01/2013) [-]
Look this doesn't make you a bad person. There's gonna be people who you see as being evil and horrible and you're going to wish bad things upon. This doesn't make you a bad person. You can't help the way you feel. There's somebody I want dead. I wish horrible things upon them and I've never met them. But I want them dead and I'd kill him given the chance. Because he did evil things and hurt many people and tore a family apart. So I feel you're in full right to want "justice". Don't feel bad about wanting it. The person you talked about is a "bad person" and well it's ok to want what you want. So don't feel bad, don't stress yourself out worrying about how you feel.
User avatar #8 - kirbyking (03/01/2013) [-]
My granddad was a pretty horrid person to my whole family in almost exactly the same way, always making my mum's life, and her brothers and sisters, hell. When he finally died of a slow painful cancer it was a relief, they paid respects of course because he WAS their father of course but no one felt any remorse for his passing.

So no, I don't think it makes you immoral or horrible, you can't force yourself to feel bad about something that has given such a negative effect to so many peoples lives so there is no reason to mull over it.
#11 to #8 - anon (03/09/2013) [-]
No body cares
please stop commenting on this website
User avatar #12 to #11 - kirbyking (03/09/2013) [-]
Well done, you commented on a comment made long enough ago that the content is no longer relevant. You must have made it to this content through the front page which begs the question, how long have you been on here today and the **** are you doing with your life?
#7 - anon (02/28/2013) [-]
You are who you are. Lives are worthless anyway so your being doesn't decrease of worth because you feel what millions have felt.

I say bathe in his suffering, but hide it from the rest of the world. People are way too sensitive when it comes to cancer.
User avatar #6 - luciuseternal ONLINE (02/28/2013) [-]
Morality depends on the environment, state and countless other things, and as such it's impossible to give any "correct" answer for this.
But in my opinion, the morals are made by every man him-/herself (hopefully relating to the social norm) and in this case where the man was a total dick, I would be feeling as relieved and happy as you are.
But, as always, there are multiple sides to the story, and as such it's quite impossible to give any moral support or advice, with so little to go with.
But IMO when someone ***** up someone else's life it's culpae poenae par esto (let the punishment fit the crime)
#5 - seonjones (02/28/2013) [-]
User avatar #2 - supercookster (02/28/2013) [-]
Only you can know why you truly think or feel something, when my dad was diagnosed with cancer i was sad for weeks, thinking of everything him and everyone else was gonna have to go through, then when we found out it was terminal and fast acting i was almost relieved and happy, because i knew it would mean that my dad would be in pain for much longer..so the question you gotta ask yourself is, are you sad because of how it will affect your mum etc, think of it that way..take your personal feeling outta the equation and look at the long term effect..your mum will be sad..she's cut ties with you and your family which she may have trouble repairing and once she realises what she has been missing from her life she may become even sadder..personally i dont think its wrong that you arent sad or pitiful towards him..just, i wouldnt be happy, because its something id never wish on anyone or their family (like you said he has daughters) but most important to you should be the fact and knowledge that you're gonna have to be there for your mum, even though it may seem impossibly hard :) hope i help, and hope things go okay
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