Jump to content

Welcome to Second Shifters Forums
Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, manage your profile and so much more. If you already have an account, login here - otherwise create an account for free today!
Photo

Your thoughts on torture


  • Please log in to reply
38 replies to this topic

#1
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)
Lately I've been finding myself thinking about torturing various living creatures, and actually doing it once in a while. Images of torture and of things that look similar to it intrigue me more than bother me... and this has got me truly disturbed. I know I have a certain level of insanity about me that can scare any psychologist (and I've done it quite a few times), but this is something different.

I find myself really .... WANTING to do it. To animals, to people.
And really concocting ways of doing it, not just in short form, but in long drawn out ways that would make a serial killer cringe with fear.
I talked about it to a psychologist, and they rather abruptly stopped me and asked me to leave their office and not come back....thinking I was going to perform some of this on them I suppose.

At what point does this become a problem...besides the obvious thing of actually lashing a person upside down on the tree behind my house and giving them 100 tiny cuts then maybe filling them with honey or something like that to see how many things get into the wounds and start aggrivating them.
I've already done things like tying a cat and a squirrel upsidedown by their tails to a clothesline and watched the ensuing deathmatch. Which by the way is a spectacle in itself.

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!


#2
Syana

Syana

    Psychotically Insane

  • Members
  • 2,858 posts
  • Interests:gone
First of all, you need to find a Psychiatrist that will NOT turn you away. I strongly believe you need help with this issue, and they need to find out what's causing this desire. Taking psych classes has helped open eyes...and what you're describing is the beginnings of serial killer tendencies/behaviors. Get help...while you still want it...because it sounds like you do want it. If you can't find a doctor that will help you, find a mental hospital and check yourself in. They will have doctors there that will be willing to help you.

It's not normal to want to do those things...granted, I'd love to torture a few exes of mine...but would I actually do it? No. Thinking and acting upon those thoughts are two different things. You've crossed a line by actually HURTING animals. Stop while you can. Go get help.


#3
Shattered Skulls

Shattered Skulls

    The Sneetches And Other Stories

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 507 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:The Local Bar
  • Interests:Too many to name.
Hm. Know anyone connected to the CIA or NSA? Maybe the State Department? I hear the UN is always looking for new Interrogation Officers...

Seriously, though, I don't have any problem with torture. Actually, I think it would be kind of fun - provided I had a reason to do it. I'm not talking about some stupid reason (like someone getting the last apple fritter in my favorite doughnut shop), but something severe - like hurling racial slurs constantly at a girl I like or a friend of mine or something on a daily (or perhaps hourly) basis. That might just piss me off enough to do it to someone.

Honestly, I would get all the help you could get. Hey, who knows? Maybe you're just a twisted individual deep down (I certainly am, and you don't have to look very deep to find that out ;) ). Perhaps you could consider hypnosis? That would be an extreme method, of course, but meh...

Point being...see someone and make them listen to you.

...or you could always apply for a government job. B)

P.S. I'd pay money to see the cat-squirrel thing. :D

Edited by Shattered Skulls, 17 June 2008 - 12:33 AM.

Posted Image
Posted ImageI see what you did there.Posted Image
Posted ImageA fractured mind is a beautiful thing.Posted Image
Posted ImageThe internet is for...Posted Image
"If being sane is thinking there's something wrong with being different, I'd rather be completely fucking mental!"
(Angelina Jolie)

Posted Image

We're all born the same way: wet, cold, and screaming; life is just as messy as death.
We all eat, drink, piss, shit, fuck, and die. Someone mind tellin' me the punch line?


#4
Atnevon

Atnevon

    The Architect

  • Admin
  • 5,673 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:posing in a pink tutu and donning a tiara
There's a lot I have to say about this, and I'm working on getting my thoughts together in a coherent manner on the subject, but I wanted to say to both star and shattered, if you ever want someone to speak with on this, please don't hesitate to IM me or even call me on Skype (atnevon). You won't be turned away.
The sky was the color of a television, tuned to a dead channel. - William Gibson

#5
Atnevon

Atnevon

    The Architect

  • Admin
  • 5,673 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:posing in a pink tutu and donning a tiara
I have to be quite honest here and tell you that this thread raises a lot of emotions in me and a lot of them are quite strong. Because of this, it is really difficult for me to stay objective on the subject, so you'll have to forgive me if any of what I say sounds harsh or judgemental. That's not how I intend to come off, but I do have to be clear on my stance.

As another note before I begin sharing more of my thoughts on the topic itself, the fact that you felt comfortable enough to post about this in our advice section really does mean a lot, and it's our hope that you'll feel open enough to share more of yourself here in the future as well. This is a sensitive topic for a lot of people, and I think that you can recognize that. If you didn't, I don't think you would be asking the questions you did of yourself and to us.

While I'm writing this reply, Minichrome (one of my three kitties) is strolling across my desk and getting petted. My kitties keep me company throughout the day, and in many ways I consider them as good friends and as creatures that I love enough to call family.

It was very shortly after I let Minichrome into the house, while he was still very much a kitten, that he had an incident with his breathing and I had to rush him to the emergency pet clinic over an hour away. Every minute of that incident up until he started breathing normally felt like it lasted an eternity and I was litterally scared sick with worry.

The thought of some of the things you're describing doing to animals makes me feel much the same way I did that evening a while back and it is quite honestly extremely difficult for me to wrap my head around fully. I just can't fathom that desire at all inside myself.

Don't mistake this for me thinking I'm better than you are in some way or that I look down on you for having these thoughts and desires in your head. This is just one thing that I don't think I have the ability to understand completely. But, for me to do that, I really have to get inside your head a little and ask: why? Help me to understand what compels this inside you. What are you looking to gain through the acts you're describing. Is there something out there you feel like is missing in your life and compelling you towards this, or is this something that you just think of as fun?

Think about your inspirations for this for a bit if you can for me and then I'd really like it if you could call me at 989-796-4070. I'd really like to talk to you and see if there's not anything we can't perhaps find the cause to. This request also goes out to anyone here that is looking for an outlet in similar circumstances. My line is always open to you.

From your post, I think we share a common goal to curb against this and we're most definitely all behind you. More importantly, We're here to listen if you're willing.
The sky was the color of a television, tuned to a dead channel. - William Gibson

#6
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)
Ya know Atnevon, if I was to sit in your house and your cats came up to me, I'd plop one on my lap, scritch it between the ears, then set it on the floor and let it go on its merry way. I can walk up to any animal and it won't freak out around me...and they supposedly sense when something bad is gonna happen.

I've stopped trying to talk about it. The last few people decided it was too morbid or strange and while I sat out on my porch deciding on how to entrap the next squirrel (so plentiful around here) I reached a conclusion.

It's what I'm supposed to be now. I thought about it alot, I remember being 5 yrs old and grabbing the cats in the trailer park swinging them around by their tails and tossing them over fences, into trees, and into the street (my dad consequently beat the living shit outta me). I remember being in Jr high school and enjoying ripping the organs out of the stuff we had to dissect with my bare hands instead of using the tools (and then using the bits to freak people out).

I've known for a long time I do get a certain sense of accomplishment when I screw someone's head up enough. That stemmed from people always treating me like an outcast growing up (and I wasn't doing any of my experimentations at that point). I figured if I could fuck up their heads that was payback enough. I dunno, maybe this thing is the physical extension of it. Hell, it does make for interesting dinner conversation when I describe exactly how blood leeches from a certain type of wound.

If I get to impaling the stray dogs on tree branches or something like that, then maybe I'll question it again. For now, I'm going to learn to live with it.

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!


#7
Shattered Skulls

Shattered Skulls

    The Sneetches And Other Stories

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 507 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:The Local Bar
  • Interests:Too many to name.
:blink: Wow...takes a lot of guts to put your phone number online like that. :ph34r:

Anyway, in truth, I could never bring myself to willingly harm an animal. I'm no hunter. I am rather graphic in my entertainment; I love the zombie movies where they show people's brains being eaten and I write stories about very gory battles and such. However, I'd never act out something like that on someone that didn't really, really deserve it - and trust me, there are some real monsters out there who DO deserve it, and then some. <_<

But in your case, I guess it makes sense. While I'm appalled at your ability to hurl a cat over a fence by the tail without a second thought ( :ph34r: ), I guess I can understand it being easier to do that than it is to do it to a person. Still, I'd say try to another outlet - something you enjoy even more than inflicting pain. Maybe if you do it enough, whatever it is, you'll forget all about hurting those poor animals. Some people paint, others write. I'm a writer. Maybe you could find something like that into which you can pour these feelings and temptations.

Posted Image
Posted ImageI see what you did there.Posted Image
Posted ImageA fractured mind is a beautiful thing.Posted Image
Posted ImageThe internet is for...Posted Image
"If being sane is thinking there's something wrong with being different, I'd rather be completely fucking mental!"
(Angelina Jolie)

Posted Image

We're all born the same way: wet, cold, and screaming; life is just as messy as death.
We all eat, drink, piss, shit, fuck, and die. Someone mind tellin' me the punch line?


#8
Sanctuary

Sanctuary

    The Last Exile

  • Admin
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 744 posts
  • Gender:Female
  • Location:Somewhere out there.
  • Interests:Dexter in training.

:blink: Wow...takes a lot of guts to put your phone number online like that. :ph34r:

He's kinda nuts like that :)


starphoenixkoroias: It's not that I've not read your post. I'm just thinking about a reply as I think it's a post that's worth thought before posting.

It took you a lot of guts to post it. So I have to commend you for that. :)

A little question for you to help me out - do you not like animals? When you think about those little lives - how do you feel about them?
Posted Image

Sometimes it's in the darkness that we truly learn to see.

I'm Dexter in training - so watch it! Imma watchin' you!

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." - Winston Churchill

#9
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)
> Still, I'd say try to another outlet - something you enjoy even more
> than inflicting pain. Maybe if you do it enough, whatever it is, you'll
> forget all about hurting those poor animals. Some people paint,
> others write. I'm a writer. Maybe you could find something like that
> into which you can pour these feelings and temptations.

I'm a writer, a game designer, an artist, a photographer, and a very odd student in the ancient arts of sensualism and sexual techniques. I play a MUD several hours a day, mess with D&D, and I've constructed a miniature catapault out of animal bones that didn't break. And I've got enough porn via email enough to construct 5 full websites (my email box has got a few hundred gigabytes I've stored up over the last few years...although it really doesn't do anything for me, but seeing someone sew wire through their genetalia claming its euphoric gives me a cackle). Got more outlets than a 4th dimensional house. And I'm solving division by zero in my spare time.

> It took you a lot of guts to post it. So I have to commend you for
> that.
> A little question for you to help me out - do you not like animals?
> When you think about those little lives - how do you feel about
> them?

I suppose I like them to a point. I mean I can sit for hours and talk to them like they understand effing English and leave them completely unharmed. Other times, I just like to hear them wail in misery. And the feeling of bones breaking in my hands feels kinda fun. You know that old Halloween joke involving a flaming sack of poop? I like to use a flaming sack of pigeon....I even have a disembowled puppy I hang on my door for Halloween to scare the crap outta people (stick a little fake blood in it and a couple of touch sensors hooked to a prerecorded whine of pain and you got something to give out nightmares).

> Anyway, in truth, I could never bring myself to willingly harm an
> animal. I'm no hunter.

And btw, unless you're a damned vegan you do willingly harm animals. Everytime you eat any "meat" you helped to harm an animal. Put that in your beer and cry on it.

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!


#10
Shattered Skulls

Shattered Skulls

    The Sneetches And Other Stories

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 507 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:The Local Bar
  • Interests:Too many to name.
LOL Sanctuary. :P

Star, how can you harm something that's already dead?

I do agree that'd make one hell of a Halloween decoration, though. *Snicker.*

But like I said, it's always better to talk to someone about something than to act out on it. That's what we're here for. I'm sure Sanctuary will have some awesome words of wisdom once she comes up with a reply for you. :)

Edited by Shattered Skulls, 23 July 2008 - 12:04 PM.

Posted Image
Posted ImageI see what you did there.Posted Image
Posted ImageA fractured mind is a beautiful thing.Posted Image
Posted ImageThe internet is for...Posted Image
"If being sane is thinking there's something wrong with being different, I'd rather be completely fucking mental!"
(Angelina Jolie)

Posted Image

We're all born the same way: wet, cold, and screaming; life is just as messy as death.
We all eat, drink, piss, shit, fuck, and die. Someone mind tellin' me the punch line?


#11
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)

Think about your inspirations for this for a bit if you can for me and then I'd really like it if you could call me.  I'd really like to talk to you and see if there's not anything we can't perhaps find the cause to.

I actually considered it tonight...but then I remembered I had a lighter going over my knife and needed two hands for what I was working on.
Well that and I remembered at 2:30am the only people up are me, the squirrel freshly missing an eyeball and some fur, and the idiot drunk soldiers trying to figure out what I'm using a lighter for.

Star, how can you harm something that's already dead?

Oh, and Skulls...I can keep something alive a long time. I retrofitted a household appliance to work as a defibrilator. You really can give pain to the dead.

Edited by starphoenixkoroias, 26 July 2008 - 01:32 AM.

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!


#12
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)
I thought about what you said Atnevon...the problem is that I know why therapists don't work now. They're not around when I really need it. Like right now, I typing this instead of talking a little walk outside...I still might in a few minutes since there's nothing to keep me from doing it. It's 1:30 am and the world is quiet here. And for me it's when I start getting that odd feeling inside me...

that i need to see something suffering in my hands. that i need to spill blood or break a bone. the wailing of a critter this time of night will spook the hell outta people too. but it's times like this i think i really want to talk about it.

seriously, i can walk outside right now and guarantee you a wild rabbit or a stray cat is stalking around. and it'll be with me soon.

sharpening up one of my blades right now (i can type one handed very effectively).

during that chat with TLD, i restrained myself when certain comments started flying. but really i started talking about it a little cause it was weird for me... you temporarily put my mind to rest. so thanks for that i guess. i think i don't want to talk about it as much anymore though. i'm getting used to the feeling now. maybe next time for fun i'll send you pictures of my best work. perfect reading material over sunday dinner.

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!


#13
Atnevon

Atnevon

    The Architect

  • Admin
  • 5,673 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:posing in a pink tutu and donning a tiara

I thought about what you said Atnevon...the problem is that I know why therapists don't work now. They're not around when I really need it.

Please don't give up on the idea of a therapist. Many of them out there would be willing to give you their cell phone numbers so that you can talk to them any time, day or night, if you're having a crisis. If you can message privately with a little more detail on what area you live in, I know for certain that I can find one that would be willing to take you on.

If you really still won't talk to one though, there are crisis lines available as well, open 24/7 for you to talk to about situations like this when you need it most.

There's a national crisis line (which will attempt to connect you to an office nearest you) at 800-784-2433, and there's also another one that might be close to your neck of the woods at 704-566-3410. Both are able to deal with situations like yours and may be able to help you in ways you hadn't expected.

Don't give up on the idea of fighting this Star. It's not easy, but it will be worth it.
The sky was the color of a television, tuned to a dead channel. - William Gibson

#14
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)

Please don't give up on the idea of a therapist.

Don't give up on the idea of fighting this Star. It's not easy, but it will be worth it.

Well, one more try. Hopefully this one doesn't scare so easily.
Ya know, very rarely do I ever think about taking back something I said.
My idea is that taking back something you said is like apologizing for being born. Once said, you meant it at that moment.

Now out of respect for Atnevon (and yes even Sanctuary despite the fact she's trying to use nerf bats on me) I made one little alteration. However what I stated and how it came out was meant completely as stated. I don't apologize for it and you won't see me back down from a statement that often (in fact, in 11 years of being on a MUD with my rather unusual outlook on life, out of tens of thousands of things I have said to people, i've taken back maybe 3 so that shows you how much I believe in what i say).

As for the said token of my "affection", it is in the precarious possession of a neighbor who decided that said token required some professional help. Odd that a guy that beats on his kids would wrap a bleed sack of puppy chow up in a blanket and hand deliver it to a rescue center. Such is the irony of life I guess, someday someone's gonna do that for his kids when he beats them one time too many.

But yeah, I give it one more shot after thinking about it. Although I slept very well last night.

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!


#15
Atnevon

Atnevon

    The Architect

  • Admin
  • 5,673 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:posing in a pink tutu and donning a tiara

My idea is that taking back something you said is like apologizing for being born. Once said, you meant it at that moment.


It's admirable that you have the strength to stand behind the fact that you mean what you say. A lot of people these days will be loose with their words and won't commit to having meant the things they've said when they said them. In being completely truthful, there have been times where I've not had that kind of courage in myself.

The adjustment that you did ended up making the topic in question flow a little easier, and the consideration you had in doing so really is appreciated.

I have to give my own apology here if you felt at all unwelcome. In hindsight, the initial actions that were taken (which were my own), while well intentioned, were not the best choice and weren't in keeping with what the station stands for. A different approach should have been taken, and I'm glad for a co-admin and an outside opinion that helped keep our mission in check. Please, if those actions gave you the impression that we don't want you to have an outlet here or wanted to quiet you, I assure you that is not at all the case.

You, and your thoughts, are welcome on SS, and we're happy to have them here, even when they make us uncomfortable. From time to time we might try to guide them to areas where they fit best, but this place is here for its members, and know that you are most certainly one that we want to keep around.

Well, one more try. Hopefully this one doesn't scare so easily.

...

But yeah, I give it one more shot after thinking about it.


This is very good to hear, and we'll do everything we can to help. If you have a moment, can you PM with the county you're in? We'll see if we can't find a name or two for you that are sure to listen.
The sky was the color of a television, tuned to a dead channel. - William Gibson

#16
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)
Just for you...this is how my session went. And it go abbreviated too. You'll see why in just a moment.

I walk in with a leather bag and have a seat in the waiting room. I get called in and sit down on a chair. The guy talks for a minute and then gets me to go over what I told him on the phone. He's looking a little pale to me already. I grumble under my breath.

After 15 minutes of chatting, we dive into the guts of the matter (pun intended here, and you can gag if you want, I don't care). He has a hard time understanding -what- exactly I do as opposed to why. He says my description of a particular incident was quite graphic and he said he'd like a visual aid for my next visit.

I open up the bag and plop a squirrel carcass on his desk. Still slightly bloody as I had chopped it up a bit that morning (I had a feeling I might need it, and I was feeling kinda evil that morning). I yanked back at one of the gouges I put in the fuzzy thing and exposed some internal organs and looked at the guy very matter-of-factly and said, "This is what I do on a good day. I've done worse."

He immediately gags and vomits into a waste bucket, then runs to the restroom. 20 minutes later he comes back and asks me to leave saying he's really not feeling to well and doesn't think he can continue. I plop the squirrel back in the bag and ask for another appointment. He said he'd have his associate call me back.

Once outside, I chuck the squirrel into the bushes. I figure I could feed some local animal a nice snack. And my evil side chuckled at the thought of the sap seeing the carcass again and vomiting whatever he had left inside of him.

That was a couple days ago. If he calls back it'll be the first time ever.
And as for the bag, it went missing somewhere between his office and home. I think I gave it to a donation bin.

Up until the squirrel made an appearance he seemed quite unfazed by me, which surprised me a bit.

But now I'm out a squirrel and a puppy. I need more subjects.

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!


#17
Atnevon

Atnevon

    The Architect

  • Admin
  • 5,673 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:posing in a pink tutu and donning a tiara
Hey Star, when you get a chance, check your email. It might help with a listening ear or two for you.
The sky was the color of a television, tuned to a dead channel. - William Gibson

#18
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)

Hey Star, when you get a chance, check your email. It might help with a listening ear or two for you.

Heh...thanks for the email, but don't trust my "location" in MySpace. I change it alot to fuck with people. One time I put on there "sitting on center ice during a hurricane's game" ...and i hate hockey.
I keep it on the side though. Never know if I find someone else that could use it too *snicker*.

But the doctor called me back personally. Said he'd give me another try provided I don't bring anymore juicy test subjects. So naturally next time I have to bring a cat with me. Then we can talk turkey. Hmm...turkey would be messy though. All those feathers. But I could make a nice pillow out of it. Maybe a throw pillow...but that'd go to the dogs. Now that's barking up the wrong tree :D
My sharp wit is only exceeded by the devastation caused by my boring tools and unique toolbox.

But yeah, he's giving me a second chance. So we'll see. Odd though, he still sounded like he was barfing on the phone, and it's been a few days. Such an effect I have on people some days. Makes you feel good to know you're good at something <_<

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!


#19
Shattered Skulls

Shattered Skulls

    The Sneetches And Other Stories

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 507 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:The Local Bar
  • Interests:Too many to name.
Heh.

I'm good at annoying the out of (and royally pissing off) people. So, yeah...

But goody. Get help, buddy...and then pretend you didn't. ;)

Kidding.

Posted Image
Posted ImageI see what you did there.Posted Image
Posted ImageA fractured mind is a beautiful thing.Posted Image
Posted ImageThe internet is for...Posted Image
"If being sane is thinking there's something wrong with being different, I'd rather be completely fucking mental!"
(Angelina Jolie)

Posted Image

We're all born the same way: wet, cold, and screaming; life is just as messy as death.
We all eat, drink, piss, shit, fuck, and die. Someone mind tellin' me the punch line?


#20
Starphoenix Koroias

Starphoenix Koroias

    And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street

  • Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 442 posts
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Fort Bragg, North Carolina, USA (maybe)
Okay, trip two. And I'm back to hating therapists.
I left the cat at home (quite frankly I forgot it was in the cage under the house...found it later. oops)

One hour of this so-called therapy and the guy gives me the same response I got the last few times. "I don't think I can continue to assist you. You need to check in to a therapy center." In otherwords, go to the nut farm. Bleh. Anyway the ass said he won't schedule any more.

Just for that I'm keeping the cat and am gonna visit him and douse his car in cat blood and guts the bastard.

Bleh...ya know you guys have been working better than therapy at least up until now. :angry: Now I'm pissed off again.

style1,Starphoenix.png


http://www.aardwolf.com

 

I'm a good cook, really!





0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users