Self-incrimination and suicidal ideation.
The former being that I should wish to incriminate (e.g. commit a crime) myself in an attempt to provide reason for whatever unknown crime for which I am receiving punishment.
The latter being that, resultant of the above the only way to prevent any such crimes as I would idealize, is to remove myself from the equation completely.
Yes I am whack in the head. Thank you Captain Obvious.
Regardless, the resulting internal conflict against all of the above can be easily deduced as the means for which I vindicate myself from, well, from being a goddamn pain-in-your b***h-a**, ********.
Oh and a vast number of other things as well.
A moment to adhere my becoming perplexed at the deceptively conclusive brain-ooze above to something real that exists on this planet rather than in some imaginary universe some alleged imbecile frequently masturbates to...
No no, you adorably ignorant donkey-lickers. The fact that I am lending credence to two ideas creating a viscous cycle does not imply any conclusive construct whatsoever.
I'd have to have a mouth in order to kiss my mother with it...just let me finish speaking, k? I'll go back to perceiving idiocy as being adorable.
...oh! Just because any such construct should be capable of producing the visual of a circle (say, an orange. Vitamin C is good for your health.) does not make it a circle.
More like a galactic spiral of stars as they slowly revolve around a tiny massive black hole which shall inevitably consume all matter in the universe.
To put it simply, my relatives perpetuate the idea that the off-spring must pay for their parents misdemeanors.
In lieu of this stupidity, the idea that sinfully bringing forth life must somehow be proportionally worse than exorcising it.
You, you bloody poltergeists, you.
· Thu Jul 04, 2013 @ 04:17pm · 0 Comments