May 10th, 2007

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Should I tell my therapist I killed my 3 year old sister?

On livesecret, an anonymous poster tells us:

When I was ten I pushed my 3 year old mentally disabled sister down the stairs and killed her, but don't judge me for it, let he who is without sin cast the first stone!

The OP is really sad her parents never produced another baby sister for her to grow up with, and now she will be messed up for the rest of her life. I mean, at least she gave her parents freedom.

Comments include "in all honesty, i probably would have done the same thing".

ETA: And 10 year olds don't know that a fall down a long set of stairs could do serious damage.

(Meh, alright, that community is full of trolls... I think I was so pissed off by dumbass comments about mentally disabled children elsewhere earlier today, this was just too fuckin' much. At least a couple of the commenters appear to be real.)

ETA2: Bahleted. Should anyone care, the post, + unfolded comments.

New stupid: a massive amount of people don't know what 'misleading' means.

Here's the post where people demonstrate their tiny vocabulary.

mis·lead /mɪsˈlid/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[mis-leed] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation verb, -led, -lead·ing.
–verb (used with object)
1. to lead or guide wrongly; lead astray.
2. to lead into error of conduct, thought, or judgment.
–verb (used without object)
3. to be misleading; tend to deceive: vague directions that often mislead.

Clearly, people with icons of anime characters and animals are intending to deceive people into think that they're not actually live human beings! And just look at all the people who fell into the deception...all, 0 of them.

And people using real pictures of themselves on the internet that deliberately try to hide their ugliness? Not deceptive at all. People never try to do that anyway.

Prediction: many stupid, unrelated and uncreative insults to this post, because they lack the ability to defend their ignorance of the word 'misleading.'