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Post Reply How "evil" can you be? (Not for the faint of heart)
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my version of "evil" is giving someone the silent treatment
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How evil can I be?...Throw Legos on your floor around your bed in the dark while you sleep evil!


Wow, that would be extremely annoying lol.
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I double dip.
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I keep trying to write a comment, but it's just not working. I feel like I should be writing an essay about my life, but I will not.

What comes to mind when I think of me and evilness?

Sometimes, when I am trying to fall asleep, alone with my thoughts, my mind takes a bit of a violent disposition. I see images of myself just hurting people for whatever reason my mind's scenario comes up with. When I was in retail, it would be some customer was being a jerk or something. When I worked at a casino, it would be robbers, or towards the end of my time there, someone telling me to smile. Now, the only time I'm really around people is at church, so that is the setting if it happens. The reason is would be something like a person telling my I need to smile or someone talking to me because they think I look lonely or something (none of which ever happens in real life). Oh, also, getting kidnapped of the street and taking out a big group of bad people. That makes it really easy to recognize the desire for power that comes with the scenarios.

This isn't something that really happens to me much or with the same intensity as it use to, but when it does happen, it is a pretty big indicator that I have issues that I should probably work on. I'm not sure if this would actually count as evil to some people as it's not like I'm actually going around hitting people, but it's not something that is good or beneficial in anyway so...

Now then, I have just admitted WAY more than necessary about myself to a bunch of random people. I'm going to go watch Gintama and laugh the cringing away.
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Squishton wrote:

I keep trying to write a comment, but it's just not working. I feel like I should be writing an essay about my life, but I will not.

What comes to mind when I think of me and evilness?

Sometimes, when I am trying to fall asleep, alone with my thoughts, my mind takes a bit of a violent disposition. I see images of myself just hurting people for whatever reason my mind's scenario comes up with. When I was in retail, it would be some customer was being a jerk or something. When I worked at a casino, it would be robbers, or towards the end of my time there, someone telling me to smile. Now, the only time I'm really around people is at church, so that is the setting if it happens. The reason is would be something like a person telling my I need to smile or someone talking to me because they think I look lonely or something (none of which ever happens in real life). Oh, also, getting kidnapped of the street and taking out a big group of bad people. That makes it really easy to recognize the desire for power that comes with the scenarios.

This isn't something that really happens to me much or with the same intensity as it use to, but when it does happen, it is a pretty big indicator that I have issues that I should probably work on. I'm not sure if this would actually count as evil to some people as it's not like I'm actually going around hitting people, but it's not something that is good or beneficial in anyway so...

Now then, I have just admitted WAY more than necessary about myself to a bunch of random people. I'm going to go watch Gintama and laugh the cringing away.


Be an S in a S&M relationship. That will satisfy any desire for power.
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Going to voice my opinion in this. While its easy to disregard someone and watch them burn, its not evil at all. No point in sticking your neck out for someone who will pull the same mistake twice, that's just common sense. What would be evil is intentionally causing an accident and blaming it on another employee to get them fired.

That said, temptation exists in all of us. Negative emotions exist in all of us, no one on this earth is a saint. Within a persons lifetime they will commit at least one terrible act. Will they admit it? Probably not.
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S&M is totally on the radar way more nowadays than it has been in the past with anime and 50Shades and stuff. Easy access to porn is probably the main reason it's so far into the spotlight.
I think the control and submission aspects of sexuality are natural. I also think that something like S+M isn't helpful in dealing with aggression. Acting out aggressively creates a bigger disposition to act aggressively. If someone has violent tendencies and their experience gratifies those tendencies, they will only act more violently in the future, until they come to the conclusion that they can no longer be rewarded for the behaviour (in whatever way).

I thing having animal impulses, along with the cognitive ability to asses their value in regards to a person's perceived reality as a whole, is what makes humanity unique compared to other animal species. I think it's human to arrive at a conclusion that physical abuse (simulated or otherwise) is not the best way solve a desire for control or submission.
But of course, the more culture proposes stuff like S+M as a viable way of attaining personal satisfaction, the more couples will be happy to beat the crap out of one another and think that it's getting them somewhere helpful. And I agree that if an orgasm or two on a given day is what is perceived as, "somewhere helpful," then yeah, a couple can get that. But the whole idea of Orgasm-at-whatever-cost=good isn't sensible in the light of what it takes to get an orgasm as often as the human body might want one. Sex is animal, restraint as a response to a perceived need for interpersonal and cultural respect, is human.
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Wait hold on. What has this said supervisor done to you that you disliked him so much? I would need to know fully well judge more accurately. However, If he never tried to get you fired, then you should have NEVER got him fired. Your said supervisor was scraping by and you just decided to get him fired because you disliked him.
That truly is remarkably evil.

A normal person would of found another job if somebody they strongly disliked worked with them BECAUSE it is YOUR problem that you dislike said person. It is not his fault that you disliked the way he was, but yours only. In the end it is your fault you hated the supervisor unless he intentionally tried to piss you off.

So yes, That is immensely evil and selfish only thinking on your own behalf. Since I don't quite know you well, I would honestly judge you as being the biggest of bitches among bitches LOL

Posted 10/6/14
I don't know what the hell is wrong with me, but I still be nice to those who have wronged me :s

WELL, I mean, it usually depends on how bad the wronged me. Don't get me wrong, I can be a cold-hearted person, but most of the time, I try to resolve conflict by being nice.

Fortunately, so far, I haven't met anyone in my lifetime who has done something SO wrong to me that I would have to turn into a heartless wench.
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How evil am I?!



Well I saw A Fault in Our Star and called it a reverse Twilight. -_- The cheesyness is the same but in Twilight they live forever and here they don't. The dialogue made me want to puke. Well this is more heartless- I'm not that evil! X)
Posted 10/6/14 , edited 10/6/14
I think to myself that people deserve it. Its a really bad habit.
For example my little sister that, at the moment, was 5 years old was choking on a piece of candy, I let her choke on it because I thought to myself that she deserved it for being an idiot.
Another time was when some kid with a broken leg that was a jerk to me fell in front of me, I had two choices, help him or do nothing. I went the extra mile and stepped on his leg and told him I didn't see him.
And the last one was when someone I know got hit by a car because they jay walked and he was really badly hurt in the middle of the road, it was a small neighborhood road though, I called him an idiot and walked away.

I do, however, treat people nice. If people think that me being nice is a weakness, then I show them how truly cruel I can be. If I couldn't care less about my 5 year old sister at the time, then I could care even less for other people I despise. I do care for my sister now though.

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I can't recall very many circumstances where I've done something mean, except when I was really young, and I don't think I've ever done something that could be classified as "evil". I'm certainly not a hero or anything like that; I'll avoid a conflict rather than making a stand in most situations, so when something goes down, I'm usually the victim if I'm involved at all. But things rarely go down when I'm around, because I'm good a defusing hostility and getting people to compromise. I'm the type that likes to be friendly with everybody, so much so that people tend to feel awkward when they fight in my presence because it feels like an attack on me as well.

Basically, I'm not the evil type at all. I give people the respect they expect, and things usually go quite smoothly for me. If someone turns out not to deserve that respect, I'll just get them out of my life rather than making a fuss out of it: I have better things to do than get involved in tedious conflict.
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I don't think twice about lighting a bird on fire with brake clean and a lighter in front of my co-workers when one flies into our garage shop. But the things I would do if I ever found out my death date...well at least I'll know when I die, so why not right?
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OP, I don't consider that very evil. A bit underhanded, but after reading through this entire thread, I've under the impression that your former supervisor was essentially a bomb waiting to go off, albeit much less dramatic than my phrase may imply. In the long term, you likely saved alot of hassle. Both my mom and stepdad have told many work stories that involve people like him, and they don't end all that well (they've mellowed out a few times, though). In any case, the other people were supposed to say something, the supervisor was likely meant to have been present for the meeting, and it sounds like the manager has complained about X many times before. Managers and supervisors generally have miniature meetings with each other about those kinds of things before someone puts their put down. If they didn't, there's a deep-rooted and severe lack of communication. Sob story aside, which likely was meant as a manipulation tactic (even if it's true), your supervisor screwed himself over plenty.

As for your mother... She reminds me of a combination of a few weasels in my family, as well as my stepdad's ex (who is also teminally ill and still manipulating people). I can't help feeling a twinge of disapproval about your apathy (the extent slightly steps beyond my personal limitations); however, I'm more concerned about her having had managed to push you enough for that. She sounds like the kind of person who enjoys playing the miserable puppeteer, all the way to her last breathe.



It's a bit long-winded, so I'm using spoilers.
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Its different on how "evil" you can be by how you are and how people are around you. Its certain flaw(s) everyone has. I'm very impulsive so the meanest thing I could do is accidentally say hurtful to them. However, I am sure everyone has done this at one point in their lives if they are impulsive or not. You can still think someone is annoying or a jerk but you don't wish any harm to happen to them.
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