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#56 - Said by someone who has clearly never lost a loved one....  [+] (8 replies) 11/17/2013 on So true +8
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#184 - peta (11/18/2013) [-]
I've lost a great aunt and honestly didn't feel a damn then. A few months ago I then lost my Grandma to cancer, watch the entire process. I always spent alot of time with her when I was little and such, I really cared for her and such. When she died though, (I'm the one that found her.) I was sad, for about 10-20 minutes, then after that I just didn't care. Not trying to be edgy or not, but I just didn't. It was sad, yea, but that was it. I just stopped feeling anything about the subject and went on like it never happened. Honestly it's something that worries me a little that I barely even phased me. Go ahead and red thumb me for being "Edgy" but just sharing my experience and saying it does happen.
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#248 - pseudobob (11/18/2013) [-]
What you are describing is depression. A minor case, yeah, but it creeps up on you. Emotional hardness piles on, one teaspoon at a time, until you're making deals with your family and laughing at corn under the fridge.

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#414 - sircontagious (11/18/2013) [-]
Wow, thanks for confirming to me that i have been depressed since my dad died 3 years ago and i didnt even know it. I feel so much better now.

Not actually. I just feel worse dickhead.
#471 - pseudobob (11/18/2013) [-]
You're welcome.
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#472 - sircontagious (11/18/2013) [-]
Nice picture. At least i know that im not just some phycopath now, and there are other people like this, so thanks i guess.
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#82 - mollike (11/17/2013) [-]
I lost a dog, my great aunt, my great grandma
At these points I wasn't happy but I wasn't sad either.
#161 - anon (11/17/2013) [-]
A great aunt and a great grandma is sad, but I have lost similar relations and felt ... not nothing, but not a lot.
If you don't believe it gets worse when it's someone close to you, then you sir are an idiot. When you've lost someone really close, a sibling, child or partner it will be so much worse.
And when it's suicide, that gets you the worst.
I lost my Mum to suicide, and trust me, there is no way on this earth you could feel nothing or little. No way, you can't even fathom it. So, you might want to stop pretending you have no emotions, and stop crying out for people to give you attention with this stupid twilight-esque 'I'm so empty inside' bullshit.
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#669 - mollike (11/18/2013) [-]
I don't know what norms you use to think people are like but at those points I didn't feel sadness. I know it's a bad thing to happen but what would've my crying helped?
#3 - Picture  [+] (1 reply) 11/16/2013 on Eclipse at Rio +3
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#8 - Picture  [+] (3 replies) 11/15/2013 on I wish I was Cooler +69
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#30 - ilikebuttsex (11/16/2013) [-]
exactly what was going through my head haha good on ya
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#9 - ghostofgemini (11/15/2013) [-]
#9 - NI!  [+] (3 replies) 11/15/2013 on RPG +17
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#25 - fatspartan (11/15/2013) [-]
*cough* it *cough*
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#10 - uhidk (11/15/2013) [-]
....please god tell me where that's from. it's so cool.
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#11 - sirhyden (11/15/2013) [-]
Originally, it's the Knights who say NI from Monty Python and the Knights of the Holy Grail. The Art itself is from this page...

#39 - It's not unprovable, just highly unethical, if you could put b…  [+] (2 replies) 11/15/2013 on Wish More Parents Would... 0
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#41 - fjisforfgts (11/15/2013) [-]
Well, that's why the 50's exist. Nothing like that was unethical back then. Unfortunately I can't have this conversation over fuckin Fj comments, I need a lot of alcohol and quite a few hours of free time. Thanks for the responses though. It's definitely the most interesting topic i'd like to study if it weren't so futile.

If you DO care to reply. Just assume the earth had the same conditions from it's moment of creation up until this very second. In this hypothetical duplicate of a reality, would we be having this exact conversation? Or would we be flying in cars and whatnot? It boils down to if luck is a factor in evolution.

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#52 - mrswagly (11/15/2013) [-]
Hey I know what you're thinking. I've had thoughts really similar to what you're saying. It's called environmental and genetic variables if you weren't aware, not trying to sound like an ass. If all the environmental variables were exactly the the same then yes everything would be the same.