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Anonymous 3581[Reply]

What’s the best way to go about killing yourself?
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Anonymous 6697

Everyone in this thread is a such fag with this "simPly LIVE uNtil deaTH yoUNG lADY" that don't answer anon question at all and is not gonna help. Yall looks like these guys that think the best way to prevent drug addicts is telling kids to never use any type of drugs because all of them are EVIL DEMONIAC. That type of action is not helping anyone, these kids are still going to use drugs but more dangerous ones since no ones gave them any advice. The way to deal with that anon is risk redution, she is gonna unalive herself anyway so why not give tips to how not ending retarded? My opinion is that the best way is jumping on those train rails right before one is coming to you. Its praticaly painless because you are going to die in 30 seconds and its imposible to survive if you do right. And about the nona how said she want to leave this world in a beautiful body: is your goal making a necrophile mortician very very happy? If you knew how many necrophile forum exist you would want to die with the most shattered body possible.

Anonymous 6700

>>3668
This method, or nitrogen gas or carbon monoxide. All peaceful deaths.

Anonymous 6702

i’m op and i’m finally actually going to kill myself ha ha. i’ll be jumping.

Anonymous 6705

>>6702
ouch, better luck next lifetime!

Anonymous 6843

>>6702
jumping sounds horrible because you have time to regret your decision but can do nothing to take it back, like all jumpers whp survived said that they regretted it immiatedly.



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Imaginary friend thread Anonymous 6779[Reply]

Different from tulpas.

Did anyone here have a imaginary friend or try creating one.
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Anonymous 6782

Yes, this might be cringe but i used to imagine myself friends with the early 2010s youtuber messes like game grumps KEK. Something about a bunch of people animating music videos and playing video games all day really appeared to 14 year old me. There were also another set of youtube weebs that i forgot the names of. Each group had a cool alt woman i aspired to be like though thats the connection i make today lol. In recent years, it was made up faceless people. a mix of different desired irl people in the back of my head, even more recently tho, i do not imagine friends anymore. Oddly enough, i never imagined my favorite fictional characters as friends, moreso lovers with a fictional better looking self insert or shipping. Looking back, i should have done that instead. Would’ve saved me the trouble of having too much high hopes that i’d score real living friends eventually

Anonymous 6786

>>6780
Nona this is adorable

Anonymous 6832

>>6786
thank you it makes me lol every time I remember though

Anonymous 6833

>>6832
made me lol too-

Anonymous 6840

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I've had imaginary friends since I was a child. Nowadays it's become my main coping mechanism. I have a romantic and a platonic character I daydream lots about. Over the years I've also developed a paracosm for all my ocs and imaginary friends I have.
Sadly it's gone a little too far because I also have characters based on ex-partners and ex-friends now. But I've tried my hardest to separate fiction from reality by never allowing myself to daydream about real people in my life so I don't get disappointed when they don't act in character with the daydream versions.



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suggestions! Anonymous 2633[Reply]

What are the most fucked-up websites?
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Anonymous 6792

>>6774
are you the nona who draws dead guys and posted one of her drawings here?

Anonymous 6793

>>6792
No but i think i know which one you’re talking about. Her art is very pretty!

Anonymous 6825

>>6769
Very pretty! but he looks kinda fresh? I wonder what is the cause of his death.
>>6793
Do you remember the name of the artist nona?

Anonymous 6827

>>6825
Probably a drug overdose
I think nona is talking about this artist miner >>10059
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Anonymous 6828

>>6827
Thank you so much!!



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Anonymous 1887[Reply]

What do anonettes on CC think of Tulpas?
I'm oddly fascinated about the subject but all the opinions I've seen have been mostly male dominated. Usually of them trying to bring their waifu into some sort of reality.
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Anonymous 3293

>>3292
Does it count as on purpose if I started doing it for comfort during a very dangerous time of my life, but I didn't know what it was? Or is it still involuntary?

Anonymous 6783

>>1960
It takes a while to make one. Plus alcohol is bad for you anyway. drys out your skin thus making you look older, plus fucks with your kidneys and stuff

Anonymous 6784

>>3293
depends on if your puppeting it or if you view the voice as sentient

Anonymous 6790

I feel like my imaginary friends as a child were very similar to the concept of tulpas. I used to will them into existence to the point that i can see them out of the corner of my eye sometimes. I genuinely had Esmeralda from hbont around me 24/7 in 4th grade. Im 22 but I remember it like yesterday. I wonder if I accidentally created a tulpa back then. I stopped the imaginary friend stuff when i hit puberty and started daydreaming instead bc i didnt like the scenery

Anonymous 6803

I think I'd be a lot less lonely and sad if I could believe in them, but I'm too grounded in reality. If I could believe in them a big hole in my life would be fixed.



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Anonymous 6794[Reply]

I know that to practice magick means you will sooner or later get mindraped by qliphoth so I don’t do that and keep the bare minimum knowledge needed to stay the hell away, but can somebody check if tabletop roleplaying game called Runequest is safe? The thing was created by practicing shaman (white moid from California, lol) who described himself as a trickster and the constructed world the game is set in was supposedly revealed to him by a spider spirit while he was tripping on peyote. Plnety red flags if you ask me.

Anonymous 6795

>>6794
Why not play a non-possibly cursed game?



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Piracy thread Anonymous 3033[Reply]

How do you do, pirates?
Let's talk about piracy a little. A while ago, I uploaded a niche game to nyaa. It got leeched the moment I uploaded, and finished in just an hour. Distributed some 40-45 times really fast. Most leechers were Japanese too, to my surprise.

It was a really obscure game so I wonder if people are just hoarding and archiving everything on nyaa, or if there is actually a demand to pirate that kind of thing. I expected it to sit for months since all the similar things on nyaa are dead and 10 years old.

What about you ladies? Do you hoard? How do you pirate usually? Anything you share or upload?
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Anonymous 5910

Just joined my first site with the ratio system and I dislike it. I only want to download less popular stuff that are gonna take a long time to seed back.

Anonymous 6773

>Do you hoard?
No, I usually delete the stuff when I'm done with it. Though in the past I burned some dvds with movies or series I really liked.

>How do you pirate usually?

Mostly torrents, I get stuff from Nyaa, PirateBay proxy servers, XDCC on IRC, GitHub, NXBrew

>Anything you share or upload?

I've only shared pdfs of books I bought myself.

I recently got into pirating and emulating Switch games because fuck Nintendo. Really surprised how well it works so far, but you need a good graphics card for it.

Anonymous 6775

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>Do you hoard?
yes, although i used to hoard a larger amount than now
>How do you pirate usually?
slsk or bandcamp dl browser extensions if it's not on soulseek
>Anything you share or upload?
it's a part of etiquette on slsk to share your music files with other users so i guess i can say i share my files too

Anonymous 6777

>>6775
cute frog image

Anonymous 6778

>>6777
thanks, i think i took it from the amphibian thread on here



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True Crime Community Anonymous 1937[Reply]

Any anons in the tcc?
Any outsiders willing to voice their opinions?
Why is true Crime so popular, especially with the woman audience?
How do non-Americans feel about the subject?
Do you have a favorite killer?
Who do you think is a handsome killer?
Why would you be attracted to a serial killer?
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Anonymous 6191

>>6190
I really like female serial killers too. My favorite is Lady Eom, because of how impulsive and batshit insane she was.

Anonymous 6197

>>6190
never heard of those two, will definitely look them up. but definitely the fangirling is too far. there’s reddit pages dedicated to being in love with serial killers, fucked up.

Anonymous 6763

Seeing Travis' family crying is still so pathetic to me. You find out your "Lord worshipping" brother is gross and yet you still cry for him? They only miss what mask he had on with them, not the real him. At least he's in hell now so he won't ever get the chance to get in contact with an actual 12-year-old.

Anonymous 6770

Why are the Parkland victim impact statements so weird, angry and narcissistic compared to other cases?
>Barely mentions his son during the whole statement
>Spends most of his time complaining about the defense and insulting the shooter
>I livestreamed my son's funeral and got 500,000 views, that makes him more important than you
What the fuck. I've seen statements like this for other cases and people are usually, I don't know, sad? They talk about the person they lost and how hard it is not to have them anymore. But in this case the people are acting like they're cussing out somebody who dented their car or destroyed their property or whatever.

Anonymous 6772

>>6770
You've watched much more than I have so maybe I'm missing something but it just seems like it was a clownshow of a trial from top to bottom, I'd be in a very weird state of mind in his position too. I know some Florida public defenders and they really do have a tendency to be weird and forget the nature of their job.



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Anonymous 4352[Reply]

a collection of people will never be unique and have their own culture as long as they keep using addicting apps with algorithmic feeds that give people from the same demographic the same content, old internet cultures died because people became more and more same-y, you can walk to any person from your age group who uses the internet regularly and they'll most likely know about the same things you do, have a similar taste, and a similar sense of humour.
I want to do an experiment with my friends where we all cut algorithm-based feed apps; pintrest, Instagram, tiktok… etc, and see if we can get further from normies and have different ways of thinking or not.
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Anonymous 4713

>>4705
I sue pinterest to save cute anime pictures and food and instagram to post drawings and photos of trees. It's not about the website it's how you use it. Except if it's a porn website ofc. Fuck that shit isnt ever good

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>>4353
>world citizen
sister…

Anonymous 4735

>>4352
i noticed this year how when you stop using social media for a while you can literally feel your mind become freer. when you start using it again you can feel yourself deteriorate in real time. it's weird.

Anonymous 4747

>>4735
I never really used social media apart from imageboards. I wonder if i'll feel the same if I stopped using imageboards.

Anonymous 6739

if you're long enough on imageboards you'll notice everyone is parroting the same opinions according to chan culture. it causes a brainrot just like any other social media.



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Manipulation Anonymous 787[Reply]

>What's the most extreme manipulative scheme you've completed?
>How did it affect the people involved?
>Would you do it again?
>Do you feel guilt manipulating people?
>What are your feelings in general regarding manipulation?
>If others were severely harmed in some way because of your manipulation, would that matter to you? Why or why not?
>Have you been manipulated in an as extreme way as you've manipulated others? What happened and how did it affect you?
>Do you take pride in manipulating people?
>Do you feel like emotional abuse is inherently wrong when it is purposefully inflicted? Why or why not?
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Anonymous 6279

>>6262
Oh yeah I used to do that all the time. I've always been "cute" and "needed to be protected" and I would play that up like nobody's business. I'd act really innocent to the teachers and professors, really act like I'm giving it my all, and then I'd be able to get away with damn near anything because I'm "just nervous and doing my best". Hell it worked with anyone. I was smart but also "quirky" enough that even the punks of the school were my friends and they'd help me cheat regularly.
I think my magnum opus was when there was a ridiculously hard test in class that I was sure to fail. I pulled out all the stops on that one and just started crying and then the teacher was like "ah uh maybe this test is too much, this won't count against any of you"

My parents had put me in really difficult classes and I had no choice but to start manipulating people to survive but I've never been the same since then. Now I constantly manipulate others, including my family, with the cutesy act even when I don't need to. The thrill of completely outwitting someone is addicting.
>I love lying and controlling the reality in someone's mind.
Yep that's me to a T.

Anonymous 6306

To add onto >>6279 since I've calmed down a bit since I posted that

I do really feel bad though sometimes. Like I'll feel on top of the world for manipulating someone but then just wish I could be honest with them and not have to put on an act and second-guess every action I take. I'm at the point where everything I do is pre-planned. "If I say this maybe people will take pity on me and continue to give me stuff" or "I should continue to pretend I don't know how to do this so other people do it for me" or "ok let me make sure to stand like this and add in a few stutters here and there, that should really get their guard down"
It's scary to be honest in life though you know? If you put yourself out there and make yourself vulnerable, you could be hurt or end up having to do something you don't want to do. If I didn't exploit people, I don't think I could make it on my own.

Anonymous 6578

>>6306
The issue is you should be learning to rely on yourself, that's what youth is about, that's why everyone is kind of nice and changes the rules for you when it seems too hard.
Later, you won't have any help, and you won't have any experience. You're condemning yourself to be a pick-me. If it disagrees with you, I suggest you try and fail now, and eventually succeed.

Anonymous 6694

>>2537
>it's just that women are more emotionally intelligent and thus have more options. Men will absolutely fuck you over emotionally
This. I would say that more than half of all men consciously try to "manipulate" people (by which I mean friends and gfs, not vendors at the flea market), and the only reason it doesn't go anywhere is that they suck it. They don't feel remotely bad about it, quite the opposite, they do it to try to live up to the power fantasies that society has encouraged in them. Unfortunately for them, they have no talent so these ploys usually just amount to more laborious ways to piss people off. There aren't that many that could manipulate others for meaningful gain.

Anonymous 6706

>>3436
Pretty much this. So many people can only think of "manipulation" in this cringey abstract way, like they're a high ranking CIA member or a Game of Thrones character trying to protect themselves and further their tangible interests, but the reality is most people (particularly most people in places like this) don't have nearly an interesting enough life for there to be some manipulation worth doing. If you're reading this you're probably just a community college art student or something, there's not much to be gained by manipulating people. You'd be way better off if you just kept doing a reasonably good job at your occupation and try to be friendly and fun to be around.



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What are these lumpy brown things in my bed Anonymous 5607[Reply]

How do I placate them
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Anonymous 5638

>>5635
>>5616
In searching for a readable pattern because I hate YouTube videos, I found the original source of the image

https://www.ravelry.com/projects/snoflingan/daisy-flower-charity-square/

Anonymous 5639

>>5635
>>5638
Blessings on your house!

Anonymous 5643

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>>5630
I juggle their demands and needs everyday, its really taking a toll I can't juggle anymore. Don't even start with me human.

Anonymous 5644

god is good

Anonymous 6698

Such a pretty bed, anon



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