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A hypothetical about dark thoughts.

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How many people in your life would immediately leave you as a spouse, friend, etc if all of your thoughts, (good, bad, evil, holy) were immediately released to the world?

 

 

 

I would be rather lonely I think...

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I would say a lot, but what is the possibility that others have equally disturbing thoughts.

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I've often wondered if women have the same type of thoughts you are referring to.

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yes!!!!

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What's the darkest thought a Canadian has had, "I won't say thank you"?

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I wouldn't be alone. The five closest to me would be cool.

Good question
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I think I would gain a lot more people in my life because people from all over the world would flock to come hang out with me. I would be like Jim Jones without the mass suicide.  

 

I pretty much don't have a filter and tend to just say all the weird thoughts that are in my mind already to the people I am close to so I don't think anything would shock them.

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Huddle would never left me.

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What's the darkest thought a Canadian has had, "I won't say thank you"?


Fisting two moose at the same time.
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I read a study that said that sane people have many dark thoughts, that they for the most part quickly dismiss. The researchers in the study believe it's one way that our brains reinforce social and ethical mores. A sort of a 'just checking' to make sure you're still sane kind of thing. If you dwell on it, or start to plan/act on them, then seek help.

 

Also, one person's dark fantasy is another person's Saturday night.

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Chains and strapons

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lol

 

i post all those thoughts on here for the most part

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